'A2 (alapszint)' címkével ellátott könyvek a rukkolán


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.

Bill Gates - The ​Road Ahead (Penguin Readers)
Bill ​Gates, the richest man in the world, started Microsoft in 1975 with a friend when he was only nineteen years old. Twenty years later he wrote this book about the future of computers and the Internet. Read the ideas and dreams of a man who has changed the world.

Jane Austen - Sense ​and Sensibility (Penguin Readers)
Elinor ​and Marianne Dashwood are two very different sisters. Marianne loves excitement; her sister is more sensible and serious. But both girls must use the same honesty and intelligence before they can find happiness. Pre-Intermediate (1200 words) Classics British English

Erich Kästner - Emil ​and the Detectives (Penguin Readers)
Emil ​is travelling alone to his grandmother's house in the city. He is carrying money to her from his mother. Then a man on the train steals the money. Emil follows the thief and an exciting adventure begins, with lots of detectives, a lift boy, and a fight in a bank!

Martonné Lányi Anikó - Milosné Domokos Ilona - 888 ​kérdés és válasz német nyelvből
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Siegfried Lenz - Das ​Feuerschiff
Das ​Feuerschiff soll anderen Schiffen in Seenot helfen. Während der letzten Wache wird ein in Not geratenes Boot gerettet, auf dem sich lang gesuchte Verbrecher befinden. Diese sind schwer bewaffnet. Der Kapitän des Feuerschiffs sucht nach einer friedlichen Lösung, da kommt es zur Besetzung des Feuerschiffs. Die Besatzung beginnt eigenhändig, die Verbrecher zu überwinden...

Randall Wallace - Braveheart ​(Penguin Readers)
'Sons ​of Scotland, you have come here to fight as free men... if you, perhaps you'll die. If you run, you may live for a time. But at what cost? .. I say we'll always be free!' Braveheart is the true story of William Wallace, whose love for his country gave hope to his people.

Victor Hugo - The ​Hunchback of Notre-Dame (Penguin Readers)
Ugly ​and unwanted by the outside world Quasimodo, the hunchback, lives under the protection of the priest in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame. Then his quiet life is destroyed by the priest's evil plans for a beautiful gypsy girl. The priest needs Quasimodo's help. But the hunchback has other ideas. Penguin Readers are simplified texts which provide a step-by-step approach to the joys of reading for pleasure. Level 3

Robert Louis Stevenson - Dr ​Jekyll and Mr Hyde (Penguin Readers)
Why ​is the frightening Mr Hyde a friend of the nice Dr Jekyll? Who is the evil little man? And why does he seem to have power over the doctor? After a terrible murder, everyone is looking for Mr Hyde. But he has disappeared. Or has he?

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - A ​Scandal in Bohemia (Penduin readers)
All ​kinds of people, from shopkeepers to kings, want the help of Sherlock Holmes in these six stories about the adventures of the famous detective. Who put a diamond in a chicken? Why is there a club for men with red hair? How did the man at the lake die? Can Sherlock Holmes solve the mysteries?

Leonore Fleischer - Rain ​Man (Penguin Readers)
Charlie ​Babbitt thinks he will get a lot of money when his father dies. The money goes to someone he does not know. He is a man who lives in a special hospital, and is the brother Charlie never knew. The two men meet and this is the start of a surprising new life for both of them.

John Wood - Leaving ​Microsoft to Change the World (Penguin Readers)
In ​1998 John Wood worked for Microsoft in Australia. He was a busy, successful man. Then he went on vacation to Nepal and visited a school in a Himalayan village, this changed his life. He helped the school and decided to change the World! He started the charity 'Room to Read'...

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - Sherlock ​Holmes Short Stories (Oxford Bookworms)
Sherlock ​Holmes is the greatest detective of them all. He sits in his room, and smokes his pipe. He listens, and watches, and thinks. He listens to the steps coming up his stairs; he watches the door opening - and he knows what question the stranger will ask. In these threeof his best stories, Holmes has three visitors to the famous flat in Baker Street - visitors who bring their troubles to the only man in the world wo can help them.

Némethné Hock Ildikó - Alaptársalgás ​angolul
"Jelen ​könyvünkkel iránymutatásul szolgálunk mindazoknak, akik az angol nyelvet mielőbb használni szeretnék, azaz akár rövid ideig tartó tanulás után is meg szeretnének felelni a hétköznapi élethelyzetek nyelvi kihívásainak." (A szerző)

William Shakespeare - A ​Midsummer Night's Dream (Penguin Readers)
This ​wonderful story of fairies, dreams and lovers is as popular today as it was in Shakespeare's time. In a wood outside Athens, four young people are following their dreams, while fairies play strange games with them. Their world seems unreal - but is it really very different from our own? Level 3., Pre-Intermediate

Sarah Williams - Kevin Hood - Becoming ​Jane (Penguin Readers)
Jane, ​a 20-year-old writer falls in love with Tom Lefroy who studies law. Jane’s romance inspired her to write Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. Read the story of Jane Austen and how she became one of the greatest writers of English literature.

George Mikes - How ​to be an Alien (Penguin Readers)
This ​is the funniest book that you will read about English people! Why are the English different from Europeans? George Mikes' book describes the strange things the English do and say. And the English don't get angry when they read the book. They love it! You will too!

Miguel Bunuel - Las ​tres de la madrugada
A ​kötet spanyol nyelvű könnyített olvasmányt tartalmaz, mely hasznos segítség a nyelvet tanulók számára. Az olvasmány megértéséhez 600 szó ismerete szükséges.

Thomas Hood - Mark Lemon - Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu - Catherine Crowe - The ​Man with Two Shadows and Other Ghost Stories (Penguin Readers)
_The ​Ghost Detective_ There are two eerie stories about paintings in this book, and this is one of them. In this story, a painting plays a part in setting free a man wrongly accused of a crime. _The Dream_ In this story, a dream becomes a nightmare for Pat Connell, who’s been a very bad man, stealing things and drinking too much. _The Man with Two Shadows_ This is another story of a painting. It mirrors a sad tale of jealousy and death. _The Italian’s Story_ This is a story about a ghost who leads an Italian man to money that was lost from his family hundreds of years previously.

S. H. Burton - Six ​Ghost Stories
Story ​1 Room 7: Mr Saunders is driving back to London when he has a problem with the lights on his car. A mechanic in a village tells him that his car can’t be repaired until the next morning. Saunders finds a hotel but the manager, Mr Richards, tells him there are no rooms available. Mrs Richards intervenes and says that room 7 is free, although Mr Richards seems uncomfortable about this. Mr Saunders has dinner and retires to bed. Later he is awoken by a light shining from a chair in the room. He sees an old man sitting in the chair looking at him...

Nicholas Evans - The ​Horse Whisperer (Penguin Readers)
One ​winter's morning in New York State, there is an accident on an icy mountain road. Thirteen-year-old Grace and her much-loved horse, Pilgrim, are very badly hurt. Grace's mother beleives her daughter will only recover if her horse can be saved. Can Pilgrim be nursed back to health? Contemporary / British English Level (3) Pre-Intermediate

Edgar Allan Poe - The ​Black Cat and Other Stories (Penguin Readers)
Four ​short stories of murder and mystery. Edgar Allan Poe wrote about terrible people who lead strange lives. If you have a black cat yourself, watch out! Edgar Allan Poe (1809 - 1849) - the master of the macabre - is one of the best-known writers of horror stories in the English language.

Nagy Judit - Szó-kincs-tár ​- Autour du monde - le monde autour
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Paul Shipton - Charles ​Dickens (Penguin Readers)
Charles ​Dickens is one of Britain’s greatest writers. Through his writing he fought for better conditions for children and the poor, but most of all he is remembered today for his wonderful stories and his unforgettable characters.

Charlotte Brontë - Ann Ward - Jane ​Eyre (Penguin Readers)
Jane ​Eyre, a poor girl, leaves her cruel aunt's house and goes away to school. Later, she becomes a teacher and works for the rich Mr Rochester. She loves him and wants to marry him. He loves her too, but he has a dark secret ...

M. R. James - The ​Locked Room and Other Horror Stories (Penguin Readers)
A ​tree full of enormous spiders; curtains like a dead man's hair; an old man with no heart. These are some of the things you will discover in these terrifying short stories. We dare you to read this book! But if you do you won't be able to put it down! M. R. James is one of the best writers of ghost and horror stories ever.

Kevin Brophy - Manchester ​United (Penguin Readers)
Manchester ​United is the biggest, richest, most successful football club in the world. This is the full story - how the club began, the great players, the great goals, the great games.

Edgar Allan Poe - The ​Fall of the House of Usher and Other Stories (Penguin Readers)
There ​are five stories in this book. The Fall of the House of Usher' and The Barrel of Amontillado' are stories of madness; The Maelstrom' describes fear of death during a storm on the ocean; and in The Murders of the Rue Morgue' and The Stolen Letter' meet C. Auguste Dupin, Poe's famous Parisian detective.

Truman Capote - Breakfast ​at Tiffany's (Penguin Readers)
New ​York in the 1940s. In the expensive jewellery store, Tiffany's, Holly Golightly feels calm and safe. In her apartment every night is party night. Men come and go. But Holly is searching for her place in the world. Can any of these men offer her happiness?

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.

Görög ​társalgás Ismeretlen szerző

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

Robert Bloch - Psycho ​(Penguin Readers)
Marion's ​dream is coming true. She only needs a room for one more night before she can marry Sam. Driving through the night, she's lost and tired. Then she sees the Bates Motel. She thinks she is lucky. But there, something terrible is waiting for her.