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ДАТА: 2012
ISBN: 978-954-389-197-9
АВТОР: Артър Конан Дойл


"Stories of Sherlock Holmes" е книга от поредицата "Малка английска библиотека", където се публикуват заглавия от световната класика и бестселърите на деветдесетте години. Професионално изработени с учебна цел, книгите от поредицата ви помагат да усвоите езика, на който говорят най-много хора в света. Включват речник, лексикални и граматически упражнения.

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