Oxford Bookworms Library Level 1: The Phantom of the Opera

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Oxford Bookworms Library Level 1: The Phantom of the Opera

Format: Paperback
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FINALIST: The Language Learner Literature Award 2004

Classics, modern fiction, non-fiction and more. Written for secondary and adult students the Oxford Bookworms Library has seven reading levels from A1-C1 of the CEFR.

It is 1880, in the Opera House in Paris. Everybody is talking about the Phantom of the Opera, the ghost that lives somewhere under the Opera House. The Phantom is a man in black clothes. He is a body without a head, he is a head without a body. He has a yellow face, he has no nose, he has black holes for eyes. Everybody is afraid of the Phantom - the singers, the dancers, the directors, the stage workers... But who has actually seen him?

CEFR A1/A2
Word count 6,230

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-478915-8
  • Pages: 64
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 198x129 inches

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Key features

  • Word count 6,230
  • Extensive Reading Foundation Language Learner Literature Award Finalist
  • 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

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