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Collins International Primary Wellbeing - International Primary Wellbeing Student's Book 1
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Doing practice tests is a great way for students to measure their progress, become familiar with the test format and estimate the amount of time to spend on each section of the test. Ingrid Wisniewska PhD explains techniques to get...
Today’s language learning environment offers a wealth of information for all ages and levels of learner, with everything available online at the click of a mouse. However, even for adults, this abundance of information can be overwhelming and difficult...
Since the CEFR was first published in 2001, a number of projects have sought to attach CEFR level labels to words to help teachers and syllabus designers align their vocabulary syllabus with the CEFR criteria. The new edition of the COBUILD...