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Short Stories Arabic pre-GCSE (2xCD) Based on EDEXCEL
[dd#6201 5D4 MM Books, Audio CD, New Syllabus, Relevant Stories, simple Format, mostly comic style]

Short Stories Arabic pre-GCSE (2xCD) Based on EDEXCEL

Short Stories 
Arabic Pre-GCSE

2 Audio CD Set
Manufacturer : MM Books (2008)

About The CD Set

SS CD 1

  • Numbering: 1 Ch1 P6 S1 Youmun Fi Hayatin denotes 
  • Track1, Chapter1, Page6, Story1 
  • Piece Title Youmun Fi Hayatin .

SS CD 2

  • Numbering: 9 CH3 p46 S9 Fil Bayt Ahsan denotes
  • Track 9, Chapter 3, Page 46, Story 9,
  • Piece title Fil Bayt Ahsan ​

The aforementioned title is a CD set of the book "Short Stories Stories in Arabic, pre-GCSE"

  • based on the areas of activities of Edexcel's new GCSE syllabus. 
  • Contains among 16 short stories for relevant pre-GCSE topics.
  • Simple to understand, mostly comic style.
  • This CD set is also useful and easier as well to use for students learning with little or no professional help or even on their own.

Weight: 200

In Stock: 5
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