When Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to meet Count Dracula, he soon realises that he has made a big mistake. What is happening in the lonely castle? Where does Count Dracula go during the day? Why are there no mirrors? Bram Stoker’s classic story takes us, and Count Dracula, from the Transylvanian castle to a small port on the east coast of England. Then we move to London, in a desperate fight to save people from the new, the terrible, Un-dead. The reader covers the following grammar areas: Nouns; Pronouns; Connectives; Adjectives; Prepositions; Verbs: Present Perfect; Past Continuous; Present Simple Passive; will for future reference, promises and predictions; need for necessity and obligation; could for ability, requests and suggestions; have to for obligation; common phrasal verbs.