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By Diana Pye, Simon Greenall

Cambridge CAE abilities provide a bridge among communicative method and the wishes of the examination category. Designed to organize scholars for some of the CAE papers, those books additionally contemplate the 4 abilities of their wider program by utilizing interesting themes and stress-free communicative actions. the talents suitable to Papers four and five are lined during this unmarried e-book. each one unit is split into sections, one facing listening and the opposite with conversing, associated with a standard subject. issues are cutting edge and strange, supplying scholars a real stimulus for conversing actions. examination counsel bins provide scholars distinct suggestion approximately what to anticipate in the course of all of the CAE papers, and the publication deals lots of chance to preparation the kind of actions that might be encountered through the paired interview.

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