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Jack London - White Fang (Penguin Readers)
'The land was enormous, white with snow and silent. Into the still, lifeless silence broke the sounds and movements of life - of dogs breathing, and men calling to the dogs ...' White Fang is one of these dogs and the greatest fighter of them all. A classic adventure story by Jack London who wrote The Call of the Wild (also available as a Penguin Reader, Level 2). Recommended for younger learners.
Charles Dickens - A Christmas Carol (Penguin Readers)
Scrooge is a cold,hard man. He loves money and he doesn't like people. He really doesn't like Christmas. But then some ghosts visit him. Theyshow him his past life, his life now, and a possible future. Will Scrooge learn from the ghosts? Can he change?
Daniela Niebisch - Monika Reimann - Franz Specht - Schritte international 1: A1/1
Nach dem riesigen Erfolg unseres neuen Grundstufenlehrwerks Schritte nun eine internationale Ausgabe für Deutschlernende weltweit. Zielgruppe: Erwachsene und Jugendliche ab 16 Jahren in allen Grundstufenkursen (A1 bis B1) weltweit. Lernziel: Schritte international orientiert sich genau an den Vorgaben des Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmens: Jeweils zwei Bände des sechsbändigen Lehrwerks führen zu den Niveaustufen A1, A2 und B1 und bereiten auf die Prüfungen Start Deutsch 1 und 2 sowie das Zertifikat Deutsch vor. Konzeption: Gehört. Gesehen. Gelernt. Um den Einstieg zu erleichtern, beginnt jede Lektion mit einer unterhaltsamen Foto-Hörgeschichte. Mit interessanten Themen, fröhlichen Geschichten und viel Landeskunde zum Miterleben. Erfolg in jedem Tempo! Schritte international bietet viele Möglichkeiten zur Binnendifferenzierung. Dadurch können Sie gezielt auf unterschiedliche Bedürfnisse in Ihren Lerngruppen eingehen. Alles klar! Der transparente Aufbau und die klaren Lernschritte in den kurzen Lektionen machen Lernen und Unterrichten leicht. Spielend lernen. Zwischenspiele zu jeder Lektion fördern den spielerisch-leichten Umgang mit interkulturell interessanten Lese- und Hörtexten. Alles im Rahmen! Die Sprachhandlungen, der Grammatikstoff und der Wortschatz in Schritte international entsprechen genau den Vorgaben des Europäischen Referenzrahmens. Das integrierte Arbeitsbuch bietet - Übungen und Aufgaben zu allen Seiten im Kursbuch in verschiedenen Schwierigkeitsstufen - ein ausführliches Phonetikprogramm - ein Lerntagebuch, das wichtige Lernstrategien vermittelt - Lernwortschatzseiten - ein Schreibtraining - Aufgaben zur Selbstevaluation - eine komplette Grammatikübersicht - Wiederholungsübungen und -stationen Die integrierte Audio-CD bietet - interaktive Wiederholungsübungen für den PC zu allen Lektionen - die Hörtexte und Phonetikübungen des Arbeitsbuchs.
Javier Navarro - Un mundo fantástico
Belén, una chica española de trece años, celebra en su casa su cumpleaños. Durante la fiesta, ella y sus amigos entran en una habitación donde encuentran algo que no pueden explicar. Empiezan así tres días de aventura que llevan al lector hacia un mundo fantástico.
William Kotzwinkle - E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (Penguin Readers)
A little visitor from the stars who finds Earth fascinating but misses his family, he wants to 'go home'. Can his friend Elliot him him? The story of one of this world's favoutite movies.
Liz Austin - Robin Hood (Penguin Readers)
Robin Hood lived in Sherwood Forest. He robbed rich people and gave the money to the poor. He was clever, strong and brave and had many adventures. He fought against the greedy Sheriff of Nottingham and bad Prince John and defended the beautiful Lady Marian who loved him. Robin Hood is an English folk-hero and the stories about him are all supposed to be true!
Jack London - The Call of the Wild (Penguin Readers)
Buck is a strong, intelligent dog who moves from his easy life in California to the Klondike. Life is tough in the cold north of Canada and Buck has to learn many hard lessons to survive. Buck meets dangerous men - and dogs - in this difficult snowy country. He changes because he has to change. But can he really be happy there? The life of Jack London (1876-1916) was as interesting as his books. People around the world love his stories about the lives of the people and animals of the north.
Anna Sewell - Black Beauty (Penguin Readers)
Black Beauty, published in 1877 and set in Victorian London, was Anna Sewell's only novel. Yet it has remained a classic for 140 years. Now the beloved story of Black Beauty is retold for beginning readers with full-color illustrations on every page.
Richard Curtis - Robin Driscoll - Rowan Atkinson - Andrew Clifford - Mr Bean in Town (Penguin Readers)
Mr Bean goes to a restaurant for his birthday dinner. But, of course, things don't go smoothly. He doesn't like the food. But what can he do? He tries to hide it in the strangest places! Chaotic adventures follow Mr Bean wherever he goes! Star of TV and cinema, Mr Bean is famous all over the world.
Vicky Shipton - London (Penguin Readers)
London is one of the great cities of the world. It is the biggest city in Britain and in Europe. In 1900, it was the biggest city in the world. In this book you will find a lot of interesting information about London. You will read about its history from Roman times. You will learn about its famous people – and the shops, museums and palaces of this exciting city.
Todd Strasser - Jumanji (Penguin Readers)
"Do you want to leave the world behind? Then this game is for you. The first one to finish and shout Jumanji wins the game." But you must finish. Because with the first throw of the dice strange things start to happen. Peter and Judy find they must face lions, crocodiles, rhinoceroses and a hunter with a big gun. Can they finish the game before it finishes them?
Alexandre Dumas - The Three Musketeers (Penguin Readers)
Classic / British English / Level 2 D’Artagnan wants to be a musketeer. He wants to fight for his king and his country. But the Queen has a problem with the Cardinal, so d’Artagnan and his new friends have to help her. The Cardinal is a very dangerous man. Who will win? Who will lose? And who will die?
John Escott - The Ghost of Genny Castle (Penguin Readers)
Claire goes to stay with her Aunt Min in a village that has an old castle, with a black tower. The castle has a dangerous secret, but what is it and can Claire find out? "Penguin Readers" is a series of simplified novels, film novelizations and original titles that introduce students at all levels to the pleasures of reading in English. Originally designed for teaching English as a foreign language, the series' combination of high interest level and low reading age makes it suitable for both English-speaking teenagers with limited reading skills and students of English as a second language. Many titles in the series also provide access to the pre-20th century literature strands of the National Curriculum English Orders. "Penguin Readers" are graded at seven levels of difficulty, from "Easystarts" with a 200-word vocabulary, to Level 6 (Advanced) with a 3000-word vocabulary. In addition, titles fall into one of three sub-categories: "Contemporary", "Classics" or "Originals". At the end of each book there is a section of enjoyable exercises focusing on vocabulary building, comprehension, discussion and writing. Some titles in the series are available with an accompanying audio cassette, or in a book and cassette pack. Additionally, selected titles have free accompanying "Penguin Readers Factsheets" which provide stimulating exercise material for students, as well as suggestions for teachers on how to exploit the Readers in class.
Jonathan Swift - Gulliver's Travels (Penguin Readers)
Gulliver travels across the sea from England and has an accident. He arrives in a country of very, very small people. What will they do with him? How will he talk to them? And why are the Big-enders fighting the Little-enders?
Anne Fine - Flour babies (New Longman Literature)
Flour Babies is a day school novel for young adults, written by Anne Fine and published by Hamilton 1992. It features a group "science experiment" in a classroom full of poor students (underachievers). "When his class of underachievers is assigned to spend three torturous weeks taking care of their own "babies" in the form of bags of flour, Simon makes amazing discoveries about himself while coming to terms with his long-absent father."
Arnold Bennett - Stories from the Five Towns (Oxford Bookworms)
Arnold Bennett is famous for his stories about the Five Towns and the people who live there. They look and sound just like other people, and, like all of us, sometimes they do some very strange things. There's Sir Jee, who is a rich buisnessman. So why is he making a plan with a burglar? Then there is Toby Hall. Why does he decide to visit Number 11 Child Row, and who does he find there? And then there are the Hessian brothers and Annie Emery - and the little problem of twelve thousand pounds.
Phil Healey - Rick Glanvill - Stranger Than Fiction (Penguin Readers)
A man fell from a very tall building. Why didn’t he die? Why did a dead woman have a frozen chicken under her hat? What fell out of an old man’s ear, and why did everybody laugh? And how did a cow fly? Find the answers in these strange stories.
J. J. Gardner - Men in Black (Penguin Readers)
Kay and Jay are Men in Black. They have an important job - they watch all the aliens in the world. There are usually fifteen hundred aliens on Earth at any one time. Things are usually quiet. But then a neww alien arrives and this one wants to fight.
Deborah Tempest - King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table (Penguin Readers)
Only the next king can pull the sword out of the stone. Many people try, but they cannot move the sword. Then young Arthur tries, but it comes out easily. Now he will be king. But will he be a good king? And will his life be happy?
Washington Irving - The Legends of Sleepy Hollow / Rip Van Winkle (Macmillan Readers)
_Sleepy Hollow_ "The horseman's head still lies somewhere on the battlefield," the people of Sleepy Hollow said. "Every night, he rides back to the battlefield to look for it." One dark night, Ichabod Crane - the village schoolmaster - saw the Headless Horseman. Or did he? _Rip Van Winkle_ Rip Van Winkle did not like working on his farm and his wife was always angry with him. He wanted to forget his troubles for a day. So he took his dog and his gun and he walked up into the Catskill Mountains.
Elizabeth Laird - The Earthquake (Penguin Readers)
Gabriel loves Silvia, but Silvia loves Marco. Marco wears expensive clothes and drives a fast car. He's more exciting than Gabriel. Then, one evening, something terrible happens. It changes the lives of everybody in the city. Where are Marco and Gabriel? What will happen to Silvia?
David Levithan - The Mummy (Penguin Readers)
In Egypt Imhotep, High Priest of the Dead, stays in the ground for 3215 years. Then he wakes up from his half-life and he starts to kill. Evelyn works in a museum. Rick is a soldier. Can these very different people send Imhotep back to the dead -- and also find love?
Morton Rhue - The Wave (Penguin Readers)
Mr Ross had something special he wanted to teach his students - the Wave. And now the Wave is all over the school. But there is something about the wave, something people don't like. The wave is always moving - so can it be stopped?
Nancy Taylor - Brad Pitt (Penguin Readers)
We know Brad Pitt from hi movies. He was crazy in Twelve Monkeys; dangerous in Kalifornia; angry in Sleepers; and sexy in thelma and Louise. But is this the "real" Brad Pitt? Read about his early years in Missouri to his life as a superstar. Penguin Readers are simplified texts designed in association with Longman the world famous educational publisher to provide a step-by-step approach to the joy of reading for pleasure. Each book has an introduction and extensive activity material. They are published at seven levels from Easystarts (200 words) to Advanced (3000 words).
Hans Christian Andersen - Tales from Hans Andersen (Penguin Readers)
Hans Andersen wrote many stories, and these are some of the best. We meet a very, very small child, a bird with a beautiful voice, a mermaid with legs, an ugly duckling with no friends and an emperor with some very strange new clothes. These stories teach us lessons for life.
Jane Rollason - Gandhi (Penguin Readers)
Mahatma Gandhi died in 1948, but his name is famous around the world. He fought for change in South Africa and then at home in India. But he lived a simple life and he protested without violence. People watched him and they loved him. Many follow his ideas today.
Elaine O'Reilly - Project Omega (Penguin Readers)
Charles Hatfield Baker III, one of the richest men in New York City, suddenly disappears. His daughter, Julia, wants to find him. The directors of his company want power and money. Do they know where he is? And what is Project Omega? Can Julia find her father and save his company?
Jane Rollason - The First Emperor of China (Penguin Readers)
Around the Ying Zheng, king of Qin, became the first emperor of China. He had new ideas and made new laws. He built big palaces - and a great wall. But life was difficult for his people and dangerous for the emperor. So he took an army with him into the next world.
Jane Rollason - Five Famous Fairy Tales (Penguin Readers)
When a fisherman opens an old jar, a giant comes out. When a donkey opens its mouth, gold falls out. There is magic in these five fairy tales. Good people are often very unhappy - but in the end they have happy lives.
Fabók Ágnes - Szókártyák angol nyelvből
A nyelvi szókártyák mozgalmasabb, érdekesebb gyakorlást tesznek lehetővé, mint a hagyományos szótárak és szószedetek. A szókártyákkal való tanulással szert tehet 19 témakör, ezen belül jó néhány beszélt nyelvi fordulat alapszintű ismeretére. A kártyákon a példamondat a címszó kihagyásával is megtalálható: a szókincsfejlesztés a kihagyott címszó behelyettesítésével még hatékonyabbá válik. Így ellenőrizni tudja, valóban rögzült-e az újonnan tanult szó. A különböző színű fejlécek megkönnyítik a kártyák téma szerinti csoportosítását, és segítenek egy-egy szócikk megtalálásában. Kezdő szintű nyelvtanulóknak ajánljuk a kártyákat. A doboz összesen 800 db kártyát tartalmaz.
Ismeretlen szerző - Görög társalgás
Lehetővé tesszük Önnek a kommunikációt utazásai során a mindennapi helyzetekben és vészhelyzetekben egyaránt, még akkor is, ha az adott nyelvben teljes kezdőnek számít. A hangsúlyt az aktív kommunikációra, az áttekinthetőségre és a szövegben való könnyű tájékozódásra fektettük. Tartalom: - 2600 mondat és szókapcsolat - 1600 szó témák szerint - 6000 szótári címszó - Kiejtés - Ajánlások és figyelmeztetések - Hasznos mellékletek
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