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Facts and Figures 1. Student's Book

Серия: "RVDS"

This is an International Student Edition for "Facts&Figures" . Издание исправленное и дополненное.

Издательство: "National Geographic Society" (2004)

ISBN: 978-1-4130-0445-8

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Facts and Figures 1. Student`s BookThrough wonderful readings and carefully designed activities, this best-selling series helps students develop reading skills and systematically increase their active vocabulary. Learners develop… — National Geographic Society, Подробнее...20041937бумажная книга

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