Oxford Read and Imagine: Level 4 The Lost City CD Pack: Fiction Graded Reader series for young…

Book & Toy | May 16, 2015

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In the rainforest, there is a lost city of gold. And in the city, there is a beautiful gold statue. Ben and Rosie visit it with Grandpa and Silvia, an archeologist. But other people know about the city too, and they want that statue...Oxford Read and Imagine graded readers are at eight levels (Starter, Beginner, and Levels 1 to 6) for students from age 4 and older. They offer great stories to read and enjoy.Activities provide Cambridge Young Learner Exams preparation.At Levels 1 to 6, every storybook reader links to an Oxford Read and Discover non-fiction reader.The first six Oxford Read and Imagine readers are publishing in January 2014, with more soon - teacher support materials and more information to follow. Audio in a choice of American and British English is available for every reader. At Levels Starter and Beginner, this audio is free to download from below for Oxford Teachers' Club members, or from the Student's Site at www.oup.com/elt/readandimagine.At Levels 1 to 6, audio is available in CD packs for every reader.

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In the rainforest, there is a lost city of gold. And in the city, there is a beautiful gold statue. Ben and Rosie visit it with Grandpa and Silvia, an archeologist. But other people know about the city too, and they want that statue...Oxford Read and Imagine graded readers are at eight levels (Starter, Beginner, and Levels 1 to 6) for ...

Format:Book & ToyDimensions:8.15 × 5.59 × 0.14 inPublished:May 16, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0194723518

ISBN - 13:9780194723510

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