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Presentation for teachers of Spanish (16+/adults) in our bookshop - 17th May 2012

Posted by Sylvia, on 4 May 2012. Comments: 0

If you are a teacher of Spanish and you teach 16+/adults, come along to our lovely bookshop to meet the author of our best-selling course "Nuevo Ele", who will talk about ways teachers can help students to discover and apply positive learning strategies. Virgilio Borobio will also be giving out a free copy of our new course ELE ACTUAL, which is the "evolution" of Nuevo Ele. So join us for a glass of wine and meet other teachers too at The European Booskshop on Thursday the 17th of May 2012 from 18:30.

RSVP before the 13th May:

or telephone 01242 245252

We look forward to seeing you there!

Product Description: The student's book comes with two audio CDs.

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More information about this product: Libro del alumno + CDs A1 - New edition


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