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epub | 197.39 KB | English | Isbn:‎ B08WRC9SJQ | Author: Walter, Woodford and | Year: 2021


Do you want a more impressive English vocabulary? Would you like to able to say exactly what you mean, on a range of subjects? Do you want to be able to express small but important differences between things? Then this book is for you. Perfect for students of English, it has:

[*] 30 short lessons, teaching 5 really useful words a day.

[*] Words organized by topic to make them easier to learn.

[*] Clear, simple explanations and natural example sentences.

[*] Information on words that commonly go with other words (collocations).

[*] Two short exercises in each lesson to check your learning.

[*] Extra practice every 5 days to consolidate learning.

This book will help you improve your English in just 10-15 minutes a day. Use it for self-study at home, on the bus, in your lunch hour - any place, any time. This is the best way to develop your vocabulary quickly and efficiently - in just one month you will learn 150 words that will take your English to the next level.

The meaning of each word is explained in clear, simple language. Hundreds of examples of words in context show how they are used in everyday English. Exercises allow you to test yourself and practise what you have learned.

If you want to master a set of words that will completely transform your English, this is the book for you!

About the authors

Liz Walter and Kate Woodford are experienced teachers of English, dictionary writers and ELT materials writers. The many thousands of readers of their blogposts attest to their skill in presenting information about the English language in a way that is both clear and relevant to learners.

Category:Spelling & Vocabulary, English as a Foreign Language, Vocabulary Books


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