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Simply Suspense (Penguin Readers Level 2 #13)

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Classic / British English There are three exciting short stories in this book. They are all about ... fear! Three people are in dangerous places. What can they do? Will anybody help them?
Paperback, 41 pages
Published February 16th 2000 by Addison Wesley Publishing Company (first published 1991)
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Mayuko Ono
- Penguin Readers ; level 2
- 85 minutes
- 7 words summary : the king - doors - lion - woman - Gardner - princess - love
- Discussion Questions
1 who is your favorite Disney princess?
I like 'little mermaid'.
2 which do you like better a man who is handsome but doesn't have enough money or isn't handsome but rich?
I like the former. If you work hard, you can get a lot of money. Therefore, being poor doesn't matter.

I like this story because I have to guess the continuation.
Richard Christmann
3 histoires courtes agréables à lire et sans prétention. Ideal pour ceux qui comme moi ne se sont pas replongés dans la langue de shakespeare depuis longtemps.
I have special memories with this book

I read it when I was a freshman student in my university

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