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A Tale of Two Cities (Oxford Bookworms: Level Four)

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The Oxford Bookworms Library extends the range of activities and teaching support of Oxford Bookworms and includes in each book an Activities section of Before Reading, While Reading and After Reading exercises. The six stages offer stories at different levels of ability.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published November 2nd 2000 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published August 1995)
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Kyosuke Torihara
Jul 03, 2016 Kyosuke Torihara rated it it was amazing
1. OXFORD & STAGE 4
2. 90min.
3. French, Revolution, brings, death, people, kind, love
4. a)The older brother's voice was cold and hard; he seemed to think the boy was less important than a horse or a dog.
b) I think this man's way of thinking about life is wrong. Lives should be equal whether rich man or not.
5. This is the first time for me to read classic book. In old days, the way of thinking was really cruel. And people, who lived that era, were killed easily. People said "you have to die!"
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رؤى سلطان
Jun 11, 2016 رؤى سلطان rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
رغم إنها مختصرة كثيرا, إلا أن الحبكة عجبتني, ومتحمسة أقرأها كاملة بالعربي.
Lucija Selak
Mar 14, 2016 Lucija Selak rated it liked it
I had to read this book for school, and honestly I expected a lot more. But still, this book was interesting and entertaining. It was really good.
Anna
Nov 29, 2014 Anna rated it it was ok
Abridged version of A Tale of Two Cities. I liked it. I will probably read the full version one day but for now, I'm not interested in reading it.
Rob
Apr 19, 2013 Rob rated it it was ok
Shelves: classics
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Unna
Dec 02, 2012 Unna rated it it was amazing
A little difficult to read
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