This is a two-year course that provides learners with the spoken language skills they need for work and life. The course material is designed for learners who can use spoken English on a casual basis in formal situations and in interaction with non-native speakers. Students will demonstrate their ability to listen and speak to a standard that conforms to the level required for the specific profession in which they would work or to an interview situation to obtain a job. The Oxford English Corpus (OEC) is embedded in the reading material in the form of professional-quality audio recordings that are essential for a post-graduate course. The recordings, designed for learners who are intermediate to advanced, are professionally produced and archived for all users. This book contains reading material and audio recordings and is designed to be used in conjunction with the corresponding students books.
This book is perfect for children, students and adults who want to improve their listening and speaking skills and increase conversational ability around the world. The new model is based on enhanced images, enriched text and interesting examples. Students will improve their speaking skills by practising and using the Oxford English Corpus language models and listening to authentic recordings. There are four comprehensive listening activities in each section and these activities are integrated into the reading. Learners progress through the skills using a variety of different activities. The learners can increase the difficulty as they progress through the course. This is a great first book for students who are not confident speakers.
An example of a true / false question is included. There are tips to ensure that students remain in control and test their knowledge of both reading and listening skills. There are additional tips for the exam setting, plus suggestions on how to support students who may find the exam difficult. 7211a4ac4a