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Learn English in Britain 1991

Arels-Felco.

Learn English in Britain 1991

English language courses recognised by the British Council through regular inspection.

by Arels-Felco.

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Published by Hobsons Publishing in Cambridge .
Written in English


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  A BOOK ABOUT PUB NAMES takes an in depth look at hundreds of Britain's most popular signs, telling the religious, royal or scandalous stories behind them. Over illustrations,dozens of links to related websites, chapters on the origins of pubs, old drinking measures and pub trades, make this e-book is an invaluable resource for anyone.


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