Examen de Inglés de la Comunidad de Madrid (EvAU de 2020)

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UNIVERSIDADES PÚBLICAS DE LA COMUNIDAD DE MADRID EVALUACIÓN PARA EL ACCESO A LAS ENSEÑANZAS UNIVERSITARIAS OFICIALES DE GRADO Curso 20192020 MATERIA INGLÉS INSTRUCCIONES GENERALES Y VALORACIÓN Después de leer atentamente el examen responda de la siguiente la siguiente forma  elija un texto A o B y conteste EN INGLÉS a las preguntas 1 2 3 y 4 del texto elegido  responda EN INGLÉS una pregunta a elegir entre las preguntas A5 o B5 TIEMPO Y CALIFICACIÓN 90 minutos Las preguntas 1 2 y 4 se calificar…

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World War II
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