Syllabus Cambridge International A & AS Level English Language Syllabus code 8693 Literature in English Syllabus code 9695 Language and Literature in English Syllabus code 8695 For examination in June and November 2012 Contents Cambridge International AS Level English Language – Syllabus code 8693 Cambridge International A & AS Literature in English – Syllabus code 9695 Cambridge International A & AS Language and Literature in English – Syllabus code 8695 1. Introduction ......
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