Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime - Stage 4 (Ciltli) Alıştırma ve Sözlük İlaveli

Stok Kodu:
9786254070938
Boyut:
14x21
Sayfa Sayısı:
104
Baskı:
1
Basım Tarihi:
2020-12
Kapak Türü:
Ciltli
Kağıt Türü:
2. Hamur
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33,92TL
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Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime - Stage 4 (Ciltli)
Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime - Stage 4 (Ciltli) Alıştırma ve Sözlük İlaveli
33.92

(Hikayemizin sonunda boşluk doldurmalı konu tarama soruları ile sözlük ilavesi vardır. )

This book contains the stories “Lord Arthur Savile's Crime” and “The Canterville Ghost” by famous Irish author and dramatist Oscar Wilde.
In these stories, Oscar Wilde plays with terms like Fate, Life, Death and Fear and provide us with his very own point of view on such difficult terms. He will not only startle you, but also make you laugh.

Dorlion Readers (Stage 4)

Dorlion Readers is a series of retold and simplified stories which are classifed into 4 stages, each stage consists of 10 story books, in accordance with their degrees of difficulty. The selected stories are chosen among the world-wide known fairy tales, mythological narratives and short stories of famous authors.

(Hikayemizin sonunda boşluk doldurmalı konu tarama soruları ile sözlük ilavesi vardır. )

This book contains the stories “Lord Arthur Savile's Crime” and “The Canterville Ghost” by famous Irish author and dramatist Oscar Wilde.
In these stories, Oscar Wilde plays with terms like Fate, Life, Death and Fear and provide us with his very own point of view on such difficult terms. He will not only startle you, but also make you laugh.

Dorlion Readers (Stage 4)

Dorlion Readers is a series of retold and simplified stories which are classifed into 4 stages, each stage consists of 10 story books, in accordance with their degrees of difficulty. The selected stories are chosen among the world-wide known fairy tales, mythological narratives and short stories of famous authors.

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