HRBS Classics: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde + MP3 Audio CD

HRBS Classics: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde + MP3 Audio CD
Brand: Helbling Languages
Product Code: 9783852721521
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HRBS Classics: The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde + MP3 Audio CD

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson, Adapted by Les Kirkham and Sandra Oddy

Paperback: 102 pages

Level: 5 - B1 Horror | Mystery

* Recording in British English

 

When respectable Dr. Jekyll starts associating with the mysterious Mr Hyde, his friends become increasingly worried. Who is Hyde and why do all the people he meets dislike him? Stevenson's classic tale of the human capacity for evil is  retold with all the tension and Gothic drama of the original story.

 

Helbling Readers Blue Series Classics A series of well-known classic stories by world-famous authors that have been chosen, and adapted, to appeal to teenage and young adult readers. Careful selection of stories with suitable content and language level has allowed the flavour of the originals to remain.

Reflection Boxes throughout the stories draw links between the themes explored and the students' own experience.

*Packed with practical ideas and activities to make the most of your Helbling Readers, with photocopiable worksheets and drama resources.

 

Structures

Level 4 - A2/B1

Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) for Schools                                                 Trinity: 4,5

causative have; could/was able to/managed to; first conditional; futures together; had to/didn't have to; how long...?; make and let; may/can/could for permission; might for future possibility; present and past passive; present perfect plus yet, already, just; shall/could for offers; want/ask/tell someone to do something

Level 5 - B1

Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) for Schools                                                 Trinity: 5,6

defining relative clauses; future continuous; modal verb would; non-defining relative clauses; past perfect; present perfect continuous; present perfect future; reported speech/Verbs/questions; second conditional (wish); used to/used to doing; used to/would; second conditional

 

 

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