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Astronomy - September 2016
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Astronomy - September 2016

Astronomy informs, entertains, and inspires people who are interested in the science and hobby of astronomy. We accomplish this by providing clear and accurate coverage of astronomy news and research, along with guidance for observing and imaging. Astronomy is the leader in its field, promoting the hobby, building enthusiasm for the science, and helping astronomy grow by serving our customers.
 
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KPG Exam Preparation C1 (Audio)
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KPG Exam Preparation C1 (Audio)KPG Exam Preparation C1 (Audio)

This is one of a series of three practice test books written and designed for EFL teachers preparing their students for the national foreign language exams in English, leading to the state certificate of language proficiency (KPG). Work for this series has been carried out within the framework of the project entitled “Differentiated and Graded National Foreign Language Exams” (Greek acronym DiaPEG), which is co-financed by the European Union and Greece, with the purpose to support and further develop the national foreign language exam system of Greece.

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New Scientist - 23 July 2016
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New Scientist - 23 July 2016

New Scientist is a weekly international science magazine and website covering recent developments in science and technology for a general English-speaking audience. New Scientist has maintained a website since 1996, publishing daily news. As well as covering current events and news from the scientific community, the magazine often features speculative articles, ranging from the technical to the philosophical.
 
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Learn English through Story (1 & 2), Level: Elementary (subtitle)
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Learn English through Story (1 & 2), Level: Elementary (subtitle)Learn English through Story (1 & 2), Level: Elementary (subtitle)

Paul, Sheila, and Charlie are three friends in university. After their examinations, they want to go on a vacation. Paul invited Sheila and Charlie to go to his vacation cottage. But when the two friends arrived to the cottage, a strange man opened the door. What happened to Paul?"

1- The Long Tunnel

2- The Garden


 
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Everyone, Speak! Beginner 3: Workbook
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Everyone, Speak! Beginner 3: WorkbookWith Everyone, Speak! Beginner, students build basic communication skills and presentation skills through role-play and storytelling activities. Attractive images are used to introduce each activity and help students engage themselves in the specific situations presented. The characters used in the series have been taken from classic tales. These familiar characters attract students'' attention and allow them to easily relate to the content. With Everyone, Speak! Beginner, students learn English in a fun and active way while building strong foundations for further study.
 
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A Cure for the Common Word for Babylon
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A Cure for the Common Word for BabylonA Cure for the Common Word for Babylon

A Cure for the Common Word provides more than thirty alternatives for each of the one hundred most commonly overused words in the English language. Along with a list of synonyms, each common word comes with definitions, sample sentences, witty quotes, explanations of why the word fails to communicate, and much more. Search 'A Cure for the Common Word' to see 100 entries.
 
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The Economist - Issue 2016-07-23
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The Economist - Issue 2016-07-23The Economist - Issue 2016-07-23

The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business, politics, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.
 
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