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Objective First | Fourth edition of the best-selling Cambridge English: First (FCE) course, updated to prepare for the Student's Book with Answers with CD-ROM. Objective First Certificate Student's Book with Answers by Annette Capel, Contains self-study section with answers and advice to students studying. The syllabus for this exam has changed and this book has now been replaced by Objective First Fourth edition Student's Book with answers.
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