PEACH BOY

Helbling Languages


Overview

ISBN 978-3-99045-263-9
  • Authors:

  • Specs:

    • English
    • Primary
    • A1( Beginner )
    • Readers
  • Features:

    • Audio CD / DVD For Students

    • CLIL

  • Publisher:

    Helbling Languages

  • YOUNG READERS - PEACH BOY

    Long ago in Japan, an old man and woman find a baby boy in a peach. They call the baby Momotaro, which means 'peach boy' in Japanese.

    The years pass and Momotaro grows up. One day he takes his sword and goes off to fight the ogres who are taking the people’s treasure.

    Who can help Momotaro find the ogres’ island’? And what happens when he arrives there? Find out in one of the most famous Japanese folktales.

    In This Book

    Structures

    Vocabulary

    Functions

    Use this book in

    • Ecology 1
    • Family 1
    • Jobs
    • Places
    • Have got
    • Possessive adjectives
    • Prepositions of place
    • Present simple
    • Present continuous
    • Who?
    • Describing where we live
    • Saying where things are
    • Talking about your pets
    • History class
    • Geography Class