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Reading texts for intermediate English - CEF levels B1 and B2. A collection of articles about life and issues in Britain and the United States in intermediate level English - with word guides, exercises and classroom activities. NEW The tradition of Christmas cards. People have been sending Xmas cards in England since By: Telangana State Intermediate Education Circle Synopsis This is the prescribed text book for the students of Intermediate First Year in the state of .   A good trenchant, discursive book that covers the history of post-war education with both an authorial take and an interesting narrative. Ken Jones is not afraid to be indignant about some of the changes he describes and this makes it an interesting read and a useful book for research purposes. Good stuff- an education/5(8). Read a review of the book 'The Martian' to practise and improve your reading skills. Do the preparation task first. Then read the text and do the exercises. The Martian tells the story of Mark Watney, an astronaut on the Ares 3 mission to Mars. After a terrible storm almost destroys the ship and the base, the crew of his ship believe he is dead.

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