|Product Name||Que Hay? Teacher's Guide 1: Junior Secondary Spanish For The Caribbean (Spanish Edition)|
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|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0748799559|
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|Author||Christine Haylett, Ariola Pasos, Anji Ramnarine, Jeffrey Britton, Georgia Pinnock|
|Long Description||This is a 3-level Spanish course for 11-14 years throughout the Caribbean. Relevant and lively, it consists of 3 Student's Books each with 2 audio CDs, 3 Workbooks and 3 Teacher's Guides. With one set for each year of study, it provides a solid foundation in daily Spanish and ideal preparation for studying Spanish at CSEC.|
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