'The moment I first met you, I noticed your pride, your sense of superiority, and your selfish disdain for the feelings of others. You are the last man in the world whom I could ever be persuaded to marry,' said Elizabeth Bennet. And so Elizabeth rejects the proud Mr Darcy. Can nothing overcome her prejudice against him?
Teaches the grammar needed for speaking and writing in English. This book explains the rules, and shows how the language works. It features colour diagrams, illustrations and practice activities that show how to use the grammar correctly. It can be used either with the coursebook in class or as extra practice at home.
Presents English usage based on corpus research. This work includes tests, listening, and over 1,000 grammar hints. It offers a fresh approach to grammar through a set of interlinked grammar resources such as reference book, practice book, and interactive CD-ROM.
Presents a complete training course for students intended to sit the IELTS (International English Language Testing System). This series reflects the format of the test and develops the necessary skills for each module. It offers separate titles for the Academic Modules and the General Modules. It includes useful tips, and provides practice tests.
Discover a new and effective way to learn Latin. This best-selling course comprises a book with 12 units covering reading, writing and understanding; audio support is available separately (ISBN 9781444174762)
Four past exam papers for the CAE examination from Cambridge ESOL. Provides excellent familiarisation with the content and format of the CAE examination and practice of examination techniques, using genuine past papers.
Alan Abernathy's father owns a toy shop but, as it only sells educational toys, it doesn't do very well. Then one day, a delivery of "Small Soldiers" comes in, along with their enemies, the "Gorgonites". However, these are no ordinary toys, and a full-scale war soon starts.
Catherine Sloper lives quietly with her father and aunt in New York. When her father dies she will be a rich woman, so when she meets the handsome Morris Townsend, who says he wants to marry her, she needs to find out if he loves her or her money.
Five years ago the mine in the village closed and lots of men lost their jobs. Many young people left the village in order to find work. Mr Beech bought the mine and the hills next to it and promised jobs for all, but the jobs never came and now the hills themselves are in danger.
When Reverend Kumalo sets off for Johannesburg, he hopes to find his son and his brother. What he finds is that in their struggle to survive city life under apartheid, his relatives have lost sight of honesty, love and respect - with terrible consequences.