Scotland Level 3 Lower-intermediate American English
The graded readers series of original fiction, adapted fiction and factbooks especially written for teenagers. From the Highlands to its islands, from terrifying tales of history to its modern cities such as Edinburgh and Glasgow, Scotland has a fascinating story to tell. Explore the country through its fantastic festivals, innovative inventions, and much more. This paperback is in American English. Audio recordings of the text are available on our website at: www.cambridge.org/elt/discoveryreaders/ame Cambridge Experience Readers, previously called Cambridge Discovery Readers, get your students hooked on reading.
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