Study Reading: A Course in Reading Skills for Academic Purposes
Cambridge University Press, Oct 14, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 159 pages
This book for intermediate and above students includes authentic texts from textbooks, journals, reference works and study guides.
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To the Student
Preparing to study
Choosing what to read
The developing world
The physical world
The individual and society
The tools of research
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