"English Idioms in Use" is a vocabulary book for good interr learners and above. It is primarily designed as a self-study reference and practice text but it can also be used for classroom work. "English Idioms in Use": 60 easy-to-use two-page units: idioms are presented and explained on left-hand pages with a range of practice exercises on right-hand pages. Presents and explains idioms in typical contexts using short texts and clear example sentences. Based on the most frequently used idioms from a corpus of written and spoken English and from the "Cambridge Idioms Dictionary". Provides valuable information about appropriate usage. Promotes good learning habits with study tips and follow-up tasks. Contains a comprehensive, student-friendly answer key. Includes a detailed index to help you find the idioms you are interested in. Издание на английском языке.
Cambridge Idioms Dictionary: Around 7,000 idioms explained in simple language; Thousands of example sentences based on the Cambridge International Corpus; All the information you need to use idioms appropriately; Shows you the most important idioms to learn. This Second edition: Fully updated with new idioms, e.g. think outside the box, nailing jelly to the wall; Lively new pictures illustrating many idioms; Photocopiable worksheets; Topic pages covering useful language areas. Формат: 13,5 см х 20,5 см. Рекомендуем!
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Idioms are very important in English and quite difficult for students to learn. Students have to learn idiomatic expressions the way they learn other vocabulary. 120 of the most common Idioms that students will come across are dealt with in this book. This book aims to build up students’ knowledge of Idioms through full-colour illustrations, which are accompanied by graded exercises. Throughout each unit, the new Idioms introduced are recycled, and students are exposed to every new Idiom on seven (7) different occasions. It consists of 10 Units; there are also 2 Review Units, (units: 1-5, and 6-10) which revise and consolidate the Idioms and the Phrasal verbs that students have already been taught. This book is intended for intermediate & upper-intermediate level students (B2), or even more advanced students.
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