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English B for the IB Diploma
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Cambridge International AS Level History European History 1789-1917
Russell Williams Paperback
Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations and written in clear, accessible language. Features include key questions, timelines, definitions of key terms, profile of key figures, notes to highlight significant points and formative questions to consolidate learning.
Cambridge School Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet
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Thinking Skills Second Edition
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Contemporary European History
Contemporary European History is an important journal focusing on twentieth-century European history in its broadest sense.
Cambridge Academic English
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Against the Consensus Reflections on the Great Recession
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Caroline Nixon and Michael Tomlinson Cambridge English
This six-level course gives children a confident start to learning English, and makes lessons a joy for teachers.
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