Easy Stories in English for Pre Intermediate Learners

He flew through the stories, and his English grew with him. He had fun, and so he learned. You can find your happy ending, too. All you need to do is open this book.

Easy Stories in English for Pre Intermediate Learners

Easy Stories in English for Pre Intermediate Learners

Once, there was a student who wanted to learn English… He did everything. He did grammar exercises, he looked at lists of vocabulary, he even tried reading books for native speakers. But nothing worked, and he couldn’t improve. Then, one day, he found a book just for him. It was full of fun, easy stories that made him laugh and cry, and he understood them perfectly. He flew through the stories, and his English grew with him. He had fun, and so he learned. You can find your happy ending, too. All you need to do is open this book. Easy Stories in English is a collection of 10 fairy tales that will make you fall in love with reading. Get lost in famous stories like Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella, with pictures and explanations of difficult vocabulary. With a scientifically-proven method and a variety of levels for every learner, this book will take your English from OK to Good and from Good to Great!

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Pages: 592
Authors: David Crystal
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
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Pages: 336
Authors: Philip Gooden
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-10-27 - Publisher: Hachette UK

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Pages: 283
Authors: David Crystal
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Categories: Foreign Language Study
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