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Kaleidoscope Vol. 5 with 4 audio CDs and 4 videos
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This is the advanced level textbook in the Kaleidoscope series.

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Looking at Relationships from East to West (text in Chinese)
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This is a book which explores the various relationships and the socialization processes associated with them.

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Minnesota Language Proficiency Assessments (MLPA)
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The Minnesota Language Proficiency Assessments (MLPA) are a battery of high-quality, proficiency-based second language assessment tools for reading, writing, listening, and speaking. The MLPA are currently available for French, German, and Spanish at two levels on the scale outlined by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

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