By Cambridge ESOL
Cambridge IELTS nine includes 4 real IELTS previous papers from Cambridge ESOL, supplying very good examination perform. The Student's e-book with solutions permits scholars to familiarise themselves with IELTS and to coaching exam innovations utilizing genuine attempt fabric. It includes 4 entire assessments for educational applicants, plus additional studying and Writing modules for common education applicants. An advent to those various modules is integrated in each one booklet, including with a proof of the scoring approach utilized by Cambridge ESOL. A complete component to solutions and tapescripts makes the cloth excellent for college students operating in part or completely all alone. Audio CDs containing the listening assessments fabric can be found individually, or as a part of a self-study pack.
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BABY PINE I just won’t listen. Ninner, ninner, ninner. I can’t hear you. MOMMA PINE: Stop it! NARRATOR: Baby Pine’s lower lip begins to tremble. It presses its branches to its eyes. POPPA PINE: Oh, don’t cry. I just can’t handle crying! Windstorms. Snowstorms. Anything but crying. MOMMA PINE: It’s okay, little seedling. It’s okay. Momma’s sorry! NARRATOR: Sobbing, Baby Pine slowly sinks, branches leaning to the ground as it falls asleep, exhausted from crying. POPPA PINE: Is it asleep? 13 14 MOMMA PINE: Yes, finally.
I’m coming down. ” With the mermaid gripped tightly in my hand, I climbed down from the rock. I was so excited. It’s not every day you find a three-inch mermaid. This is where the trouble started with Sybil and Sarah. I wondered what was going on. 19 20 I showed them what I had found, but the mermaid wouldn’t wake up. The two tellers of untruth laughed at me. They said the mermaid was nothing more than a silly doll. Then they grabbed their backpacks and ran laughing back to my house. Since then, they have told everyone that I carried one of my “dollies” on the picnic.
POPPA PINE: You know, the forest is gone almost overnight, and we just thought that, you know, uh, just like that, presto! Presto log. We don’t want to be ground up into presto logs. We won’t go! LOGGER: Well, I’m not going to take you if you don’t want to go. But I always thought that you guys wanted to be Christmas trees. I guess I was wrong. POPPA PINE: Hey, hey, no rush here. I mean heh, heh! Christmas trees, you say? NARRATOR: Momma Pine primps her upper branches with her boughs. MOMMA PINE: You mean Christmas trees, as in lights and tinsel and garland?