Book: Sue Elliott «Preliminary for Schools. Trainer. Six Practice Tests without Answers»

Preliminary for Schools. Trainer. Six Practice Tests without Answers

Производитель: "CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS"

Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools, also known as Preliminary English Test (PET) for Schools is a certificate that shows a pupil can deal with everyday written and spoken English at an intermediate level. Preliminary for Schools Trainer is the perfect companion for Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools exam preparation. The content and treatment of topics are particularly targeted at the interests and experience of school pupils. Preliminary for Schools Trainer includes six full practice tests plus easy-to-follow expert guidance and exam tips designed to guarantee exam success. The first two tests are fully guided with tips and advice on how to tackle each paper. Extra practice activities, informed by a bank of real candidates`exam papers, focus on areas where students typically need most help.

Издательство: "CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS" (2011)

Формат: 275x220, 192 стр.

ISBN: 978-0521174855

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