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This is a six-Ievel series of readers for children learning
English. Each title contains a factual section that introduces
children to a variety of exciting topies. The concepts and
structures learnt in the factual section are then reinforced
by an enjoyable story based on the topic.
The series provides reinforcement of basie structures and
vocabulary and can be used alongside any primary course .

• Activities and a picture dietionary or wordlist at the
back of each reader .

• Free audio download and teacher resources available
at www.macmillanyounglearners.com/readers

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http://www.macmillanyounglearners.com/readers

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The next doy, there are photos 01Clare, Tim, Kate and Phil
in aH the newspapers.

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From the top 01 the London Eye, you can see views 01 the city in
aH directions. On a clear doy, you can see lar 40 kilometres. You
can see the River Thames, Sig Sen, the garden in Suckinghom
Palace and London Zoo.

THE PRIME MINISTER

r. THE TIME ~; THE WORLD
CHILDRENRETURN CHILDREN

THE PRIME MINISTER"S HAVE TEA
WALLET THE pRJME MINlSTER

THENEWS ~
FOURVERY

HONEST CHlLDREN

And a week loter, when the
children are back at school,
they receive a letter Irom
the Prime Minister.

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London 200 hos got more than 12,000 animals, including this
Asian Uon. In the past, the animals were in cages but now they
Uve in spoces similar to their natural habitats.

London 200 was
the first zoo to
open o reptile
house in 1849.
The reptile house
appears in the film
Harry Potter and
the Philosopher's
Stone, when Harry
talks to o snake.

..

The children travel to the Prime Minister's house in his caroThey
talk about their school, their families and their friends. And the Prime
Minister tolks obout his school, his family and his friends.

The Prime Minister and the children continue their conversation at
his house. They hove tea and biscuits, and they tolk obout mony
different things.

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Later, in the afternoon, the children look at the tree.

No problem! We can take it
to his house. Where does the

Prime Minister live?

Look in6ide. 16 there a telephone
number? You can call the owner

on your mobile phone.

Thi6 wallet belong6 to the
Prime Mini6ter!

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Tim looks in the wallet.

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Tim, Clare, Kate and Phil are in Hyde Park, in the centre 01 London.
T1m is reading a book about the city. Kate and Phil are eating
sandwiches. Clare is writing a postcard to a Iriend.

Dt::l1r I..;z.,
London i:; a. :Jrea.t 6ft¡.
-rhere a.re lot:; of
intere:;tin:3 t¡'in:3:; to :;ee
a.nd do. -roda.t¡, vJe a.re,
in a.n enormoU:; pa.rl<.Jt :;
vert¡ :;vnnt¡.
5ee t¡OU:;oon.
Love
ela.re

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Suddenly, there are lots 01 photographers in the park.
They are running very quickly.

We're taking
photograph6 for
the new6paper6.

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