The Witch in the Lake

The Witch in the Lake This collection of four complete practice tests for the Key English Test KET has been specially prepared by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations for the updated examination to be introduced in Ma

  • Title: The Witch in the Lake
  • Author: Anna Fienberg
  • ISBN: 9781865083490
  • Page: 481
  • Format: Paperback
  • This collection of four complete practice tests for the Key English Test KET has been specially prepared by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations for the updated examination to be introduced in March 2004 These tests provide candidates with an excellent opportunity to familiarise themselves with KET and to practise examination techniques Visual material for PaperThis collection of four complete practice tests for the Key English Test KET has been specially prepared by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations for the updated examination to be introduced in March 2004 These tests provide candidates with an excellent opportunity to familiarise themselves with KET and to practise examination techniques Visual material for Paper 3 is included with each test, enabling students to prepare thoroughly for the paired Speaking test The Student s Book is available with or without answers The with answers edition contains a comprehensive section of keys and tapescripts, making it ideal for self study.

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    1. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. Not only because I had difficulties starting it, but because it seemed to come out of nowhere. I found it on our local library catalogue while looking for Diane Purkiss' The Witch in History (they didn't have it), and added it to a list I have going on there so I didn't forget about it. I had never heard of the author or of this book before, and I really want to know why. Granted, I'm not as active in the YA community as I could be but surely some [...]

    2. I absolutely loved this book. It started off as a great mystery, Leo and his friend Merilee warned not to go near hte lake and to stay away from each other, The two don't listen and get caught up in the lake. Leo can't see Merilee becuase of what happened to her sister, yet that dosen't stop them. We then find out Leo is a wizard had the twin marks which even Leo's father dosen't have. Finally Leo and Merilee get caught and Merilee is sent to a school far away from Leo. Leo's father falls sick a [...]

    3. When I saw this book resting on my teachers class bookshelf I was instantly drawn towards it. The cover held promise. A beautiful picture and a title that was mysterious. It practically whispered croonings and caressing words into my ear. I picked it up and looked at the blurb.When my eyes finished the last word of the blurb I sat down on the sofa flipped the book over and instantly began to read.After the first few or so chapters I began to realise it was set in the 'Renaissance' period of time [...]

    4. I was 12 years old when I picked this book up. Back then I had just started reading English books and I was looking for a complicated looking book that would help me with my English as well as enjoying it. And I searched my school library's "Adult" section which was really YA in real world, and came across this. I was like "well the title sounds suspenseful and exciting so why not?" And from that moment, I found myself just reading everywhere; in bed, on the bus, on the train, at school, at rece [...]

    5. This book had the potential to be really good, but just didn't meet the mark in my opinion. However I would suggest it to younger readers, I think I was just a little too old to really appreciate it.

    6. Another 'find' in the discards.I'm not sure about this one - is it suitable for kids? Our ten year old granddaughter reads everything she can get her hands on.Would it be ok for her, I wonder.

    7. I first read this book when I was about 15. I'm now 23, and still rate it as one of my favourites. Such an amazing story, find yourself completely immersed. Highly recommended.

    8. I really enjoyed this book. It was bewitching, carrying, haunting, with just the right element of suspense for a book of this age group.

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