Книга: G. Richardson «Building Skills for the TOEIC (Test Of English for International Communication) Testbook»

Building Skills for the TOEIC (Test Of English for International Communication) Testbook

Производитель: "Pearson"

Building Skills for the TOEIC Testis a complete preparation course for the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC )The course includes:&9632;Clear, systematic, step-by-step preparation.&9632;Familiarisation with the format and vocabulary used in the TOEIC test.&9632;Test strategies.&9632;Three complete practice tests.&9632;Tapescripts.&9632;Answers.

Издательство: "Pearson" (1995)

ISBN: 978-0-17-556939-7

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