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Message 17 of 1705 October 2010 at 10:02am | IP Logged
Asd a matter of fact, I used this last year to start off my Spanish learning to a A2/B1 level, which gave me a very good foundation, and then, as I aimed to take the B2 exam, I bought a copy of the Assimil programs (both the at ease and using programs) to prepare myself for the B2 levels. I must say that, to go beyond B2 level, a wide variety of materials are needed, ie. TV, Internet, CDs from various textbooks and grammar books...and most importantly, if possible, I would get hold of any sample essays to learn how do natives write and structure their essays...
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