Dominoes Two Emma
Dominoes Two Emma
Text adaptation by Barbara Mackay
Emma Woodhouse is beautiful, clever and rich. She lives alone with her father, and spends a lot of her time thinking about future husbands - for her friends. When she meets Harriet Smith, a poor girl with no family, Emma decides that she must find a husband for her. Harriet is pleased to be Emma's friend - but will Emma's matchmaking make Harriet happy?
- ISBN: 978-0-19-424884-6
- Pages: 72
- Binding: Paperback
- Dimensions: 210x148 mm
Dominoes is a full-colour, interactive readers series that offers students a fun reading experience while building their language skills. With integrated activities and on-page glossaries the new edition of the series makes reading motivating for learners. Each reader is carefully graded to ensure each student reads from the right level from the very beginning.
- Word count 29,455
- Read at a comfortable level with word count and CEFR level on every cover
- Illustrations, photos, and diagrams support comprehension
- Activities build language skills and check understanding
- Glossaries teach difficult vocabulary
- Free editable tests for every book
- Selected Bookworms are available for your tablet or computer through the Oxford Learner's Bookshelf
Dominoes is an enjoyable series of illustrated classic and modern stories in four carefully graded language stages - from Starter to Three - which takes learners from beginner to intermediate level.
Each Domino reader includes:
- A good story to read and enjoy.
- Integrated activities to develop reading skills and increase active vocabulary.
- Personalised projects to make the language and story themes more meaningful.
- Seven pages of grammar activities for consolidation
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