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This book has been designed for intermediate and advanced learners of English who want to increase their understanding of everyday spoken English, especially as it is used in a business context. The book will help you learn 1,000 common idiomatic expressions, all of which are current, and all of which are known and used by native English speakers everywhere. It is suitable for both self-study and classroom work with a teacher.
The book is a must-have in every school library and I would recommend the parents of school-going kids to. .Striker Jones, by Maggie M. Larche, should be an integral part of elementary school curriculum (Or maybe middle school? I'm not sure.
The book is a must-have in every school library and I would recommend the parents of school-going kids to have one in their personal collection. Each mystery in the book stands on its own and is not only about the concepts of economics but also about friendship and bonding. This book is written to teach kids about economics and it accomplishes its objective for many reasons. First, the stories really are clever in how they communicate economic concepts like trade, scarcity, and risk.