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Sergeant Ramasamy. Inspector David Lee. Inspector Abdullah Yahya. Harley Kirkpatrick.
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Table of contents 1. Old friends; 2. Waiting for Linda; 3.phon-er.com/js/free/download-uc-browser-87.php
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Mad Tom; 4. A voice in the dark; 5. The smell of death; 6. Dead father; 7. She still loves me; 8. Too many questions; 9.
Whose fault is it? The yellow dress. Review Text Award-winning original fiction for learners of English. At seven levels, from Starter to Advanced, Review quote 'What distinguishes the series from all the others is the zest and freshness of the text. Where the emphasis in other series is on plain and straightforward language, Cambridge English Reading texts typically use very modern expressions and the dialogue is faster moving.
This has an impact on the quality of the audio cassettes, which make for very enjoyable listening.
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CUP have hit back admirably. With something for everyone in your classes, this series is well worth investing in. In fact, it's going to be a difficult act to follow by other publishers.
The first is the light and informal style of writing. It is notoriously difficult to write fluent prose using restricted lexis and syntax. Part of the secret is to use word and grammar lists flexibly; but it requires flair and a good ear to produce prose and dialogue that read so well and give such a genuine flavour of modern idiom. Most touched on up-to-date themes, such as corruption, refugees, psychology, hunger, feminism, or ecology without being prosy, or moralising.