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Harry and the Egyptian Tomb

Stage 4 400 headwords | A2 | Flyers | Original

Authors

Jane Cadwallader Illustrated by Gustavo Mazali.

Emma and Harry went down the River Nile in a boat. They sailed through the desert and visited lots of pyramids. One day, a young girl spoke to them.

The Adventure is ready to begin. Two police officers, Harry and Emma, are sent to investigate an ancient Egyptian tomb where stolen gold is

hidden. Harry is not happy and his mood gets worse when he finds out that a young girl is going to be their guide. However,

Harry and Emma go into the tomb of the ancient Egyptian queen Nefertari, led by Chione. What dangers will they meet?

And what will they find inside?

Syllabus

Vocabulary areas

The world around us, feelings, food,

materials

Grammar and structures

Present simple, past simple and

progressive, present perfect, future

will and going to, Infinitive of purpose,

Conjunctions: and, but, so

clauses with before and after,

Prepositions: through, down, into

looks / sounds + adjectives

Tags

Interest in different cultures |

Friendship

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Harry and the Egyptian Tomb

ISBN: 9788853631640

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