Oxford Bookworms Library: Level 2:: The Canterville Ghost, Paperback Book

Oxford Bookworms Library: Level 2:: The Canterville Ghost Paperback

Part of the Oxford Bookworms ELT series

5 out of 5 (2 ratings)

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Classics, modern fiction, non-fiction and more. Written for secondary and adult students the Oxford Bookworms Library has seven reading levels from A1-C1 of the CEFR. There has been a ghost in the house for three hundred years, and Lord Canterville's family have had enough of it.

So Lord Canterville sells his grand old house to an American family.

Mr Hiram B. Otis is happy to buy the house and the ghost - because of course Americans don't believe in ghosts.

The Canterville ghost has great plans to frighten the life out of the Otis family.

But Americans don't frighten easily - especially not two noisy little boys - and the poor ghost has a few surprises waiting for him. CEFR A2/B1 Word count 6,100

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 64 pages, line illustrations
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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  • Category: ELT graded readers
  • ISBN: 9780194790536

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This story is terrible and exciting story! Lord Canterville's family lives in horrible house. There has been a ghost in the house for three hundred years. One day American family buys the house and ghost... Then many exciting things happen!!I think this book is not only horrible but also interesting and everyone will enjoy reading.

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One day, An family bought a house.But,the house lived Gohst!!But,They weren't scaryied of ghost at all.The ghost did not like them.So, he try to frighten them, but always the plan was failure.What do you think the ghost to be ?When I see this book at first,I think this book was very scasely.But,this book is very funny.First, the ghost is very funny.Second,this book is not horror.This bbok is very interesuting.I think 'To see is to believe'