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Inside Digital Self-study (67)
PET course with online Workbook and practice tests. Assign homework, track progress and analyse results using the optional Learning Management System.
Cambridge English: First (FCE) exam course with supported practice online
Student's Book and Online Workbook. Online exercises feature automatic marking, instant feedback, online dictionary and more...
Preparation for students who require IELTS for academic purposes.
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced (B2 to C2)
Get your students thinking and talking, with focused activities to stretch their academic skills and language strategies. Includes online IELTS practice test.
Useful and free
Focused material to help your students refine their grammar, extend their vocabulary, and sharpen their exam skills in a workbook and multiROM pack.
Focused material to help your students refine their grammar, extend their vocabulary, and sharpen their exam skills in a workbook and multiROM pack, with key.
Text adaptation by John Escott
Life is hard and dangerous for both people and animals in the frozen Canadian North. For a wolf like White Fang it is a continuous fight to find food - a fight in which many animals die.
When White Fang meets the people of the North - first Indians and then White Men - he learns to live with them like a dog. But some men are cruel to their dogs and others are kind. Will White Fang's life be any easier now?
Text adaptation by Tim Herdon
'There's some bad weather out there,' Captain MacWhirr said to himself just before he sailed his ship, the Nan-Shan, into the middle of the most terrible storm in the South China Sea.
The typhoon brings out the best in some men on the ship, and the worst in others.
Can MacWhirr bring the ship through the storm safely?
And what will happen to all the poor Chinese workers travelling home down in the ship's hold?
Text adaptation by Christine Lindop
A young woman arrives at a large country house. Her job is to look after the two children who live there, but she soon discovers that there is something very strange about both the house and the children. The longer she stays, the more she feels that the two children are in danger - or is it that the children are the danger, and the person in danger is herself?
Text adaptation by Clare West
It is the year 1627, and young d'Artagnan comes to Paris with a dream - to become a King's Musketeer. Three of these brave soldiers - Porthos, Athos and Aramis - soon become his friends.
After a short time d'Artagnan has fallen in love and into great danger. Can the three musketeers and d'Artagnan fight against the evil plans of the beautiful Milady and the cruel Cardinal Richelieu?