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PONS 5-Minuten-Lektüre Englisch A1: Summer Holidays - … und viele weitere Kurzgeschichten aus dem englischen Alltag Mit 20 Mind-Maps zum Wortschatzlernen - cover

PONS 5-Minuten-Lektüre Englisch A1: Summer Holidays - … und viele weitere Kurzgeschichten aus dem englischen Alltag Mit 20 Mind-Maps zum Wortschatzlernen

GmbH PONS Langenscheidt

Publisher: Intangible Press

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Summary

Haben Sie mal 5 Minuten? - Dann lesen Sie los! 
Lernen Sie mit 20 kurzen und einfachen Geschichten England und seine Bewohner kennen. 
Unbekannte Wörter? Kein Problem. Erschließen Sie neue Wörter und Wortfamilien mit anschaulichen und liebevoll illustrierten Mind-Maps – einfacher geht's nicht!
Über die Fußnoten können Sie zudem direkt zur Übersetzung am Ende des Kapitels springen und wieder zurück zur Geschichte.
Available since: 03/25/2022.
Print length: 128 pages.

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