Электронная книга: Ida Rodich «Short stories for English stories. Something about Martha»

Short stories for English stories. Something about Martha

Аудиокнига содержит иллюстрированные доступные для понимания занимательные рассказы по тематике программы английского языка. В виду универсальности сюжетов книга полезна для взрослых и детей при закреплении и совершенствовании развиваемых навыков в речевой практике. При возникновении трудностей рекомендуется повторить учебный материал или использовать перевод текстов ранее изданной книги «Something about Martha». Средний уровень сложности. Корректор и чтец – носитель языка Л. Карденас.

Издательство: "Издательские решения"

ISBN: 9785448560989

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