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Cambridge certificates in complex English 6 Student's e-book comprises 4 whole prior papers for the Cambridge certificates in complicated English (CAE) exam from Cambridge ESOL. those real prior exam papers supply applicants with an exceptional chance to familiarise themselves with the content material and structure of the CAE exam and to training exam thoughts. appealing color visible fabric for Paper five is incorporated with each one try, allowing scholars to arrange completely for the paired interview (Paper 5). The 'with solutions' version comprises suggestions at the interview (Paper five) in addition to resolution keys, tapescripts and version compositions. The accompanying Cassette/CD Set includes the recorded fabric for the aural part of the examination (Paper 4). The Self-study Pack includes the Student's e-book with solutions and Audio CDs.
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