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in Use: Grammar

Essential Grammar in Use

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INCLUDES

Third Edition

Raymond Murphy with Helen Naylor


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Raymond Murphy with Lelio Pallini

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in Use: Grammar

English Grammar in Use

INCLUDES

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Raymond Murphy with Brigit Viney,


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Grammar in Use Intermediate

See also

INTERMEDIATE TO HIGH INTERMEDIATE

Cambridge
Learner's
Dictionary

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Third edition
Raymond Murphy with William R. Smalzer

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INTERMEDIATE

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Advanced Grammar in Use

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COMING SOON

Second Edition

Martin Hewings with Simon Haines


and Mark Nettle
Software by Clarity Language Consultants Ltd.
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and revealing, adding notes or linking to your
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C1-C2

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Coming in Winter 2010

Available with and without answers it is ideal for


classroom use or self-study.
The substantial CD-ROM gives further, lively practice
for every unit, with hundreds of exercises and practice
guides to help you choose which areas to focus on.
Try the CD-ROM for yourself at
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Also available: Advanced Grammar in Use
Supplementary Exercises contains 50 units of varied
exercises, providing students with extensive and
contrastive practice of the language they have
studied in the main book.

Audio recordings provide listening


practice for EVERY exercise, and
students can record their own
voice for comparison.

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

If learners need more practice, they


can choose the areas they need to
revise and create their own tests.

The progress check shows which


exercises students have completed
and monitors their scores.

The built-in dictionary


gives instant denitions of
new vocabulary.

Advanced Grammar in Use CD-ROM

See also
Cambridge
Advanced
Learner's
Dictionary
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www.cambridge.org/elt/inuse

ADVANCED

in Use: Vocabulary

Elementary, Upper-intermediate and Advanced:

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English Vocabulary in Use

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Michael McCarthy and Felicity ODell with


Lynn Townsend and Geraldine Mark
Pre-intermediate and Intermediate:

Stuart Redman with Ruth Gairns and


Lynda Edwards
A1-C2

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Ideal for classroom use or self-study, these


popular titles are specially designed to
boost learners condence along with their
vocabulary skills. They are informed by the
Cambridge International Corpus, ensuring
that all the vocabulary studied is useful,
up-to-date and presented in a natural context.

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED

The substantial CD-ROMs reinforce key vocabulary


with lively, interactive activities and extra exercises
give further practice of key words and phrases.
t Audio recordings provide listening practice for
EVERY exercise, and students can record their own
voice for comparison.
t The built-in dictionary gives instant denitions
of new vocabulary students can add their own
comments in the notes section.
t The progress check shows which exercises students
have completed and monitors their scores. If they
need more practice, they just choose the areas they
need to revise and create their own tests.
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Also available:
Test Your English Vocabulary in Use sets of tests to
accompany each level of English Vocabulary in Use.
The books highlight key vocabulary, and can also be
used independently of the main book.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

Coming in Spring 2010


A brand new edition of English
Vocabulary in Use Elementary, fully
updated to make vocabulary acquisition
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t NEW! Error warnings help learners avoid
common mistakes.
t NEW! Vocabulary learning Tips and Followup sections encourage good vocabulary
learning habits.

English Vocabulary in Use Elementary Second Edition CD-ROM

Council of Europe Level:

English Vocabulary in Use:

Cambridge ESOL Exams:

A1-A2

Elementary

KET

B1

Pre-intermediate &
intermediate

PET

B2

Upper-intermediate

FCE

C1-C2

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CAE / CPE

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t NEW! Motivating, interactive games make
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in Use: Vocabulary

Academic Vocabulary in Use


Michael McCarthy and Felicity ODell
INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

B1-B2

Perfect for anyone using English for their academic work, this
book covers all key vocabulary likely to be encountered in
academic textbooks, articles, lectures and seminars.
Ideal for students of any discipline, the book presents new words and
expressions in real-life academic contexts including extracts from
lectures, presentations, essays, tables and graphs.

A very important book for all EAP


students.

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t Draws on the Cambridge International Corpus and established


academic wordlists to give the most useful and frequently used
academic vocabulary.
t Phonemic transcriptions of key words help with pronunciation.
t Includes a comprehensive answer key.
The handy reference section gives notes on formal and informal usage,
British, Irish and North American vocabulary differences and spelling
variations. A Reading and vocabulary section with longer texts gives
further practice of key vocabulary.
Perfect for classroom use or self-study, the book is suitable for students
at good intermediate level and above, as well as those preparing for
IELTS or other university entrance examinations.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

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LEVEL

G 201

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Pete Sharma, EL Gazette

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English Collocations
in Use

English Phrasal Verbs


in Use

Michael McCarthy and Felicity ODell

Michael McCarthy and Felicity ODell

INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED

B1-C2

A good knowledge of collocations (typical


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present and practise hundreds of collocations in
typical contexts to help students improve their written
and spoken English.
t Informed by the Cambridge International Corpus,
ensuring that only the most frequent and useful
collocations are taught.
Ideal for classroom use or self-study, these books
also include learning strategies and tips on avoiding
common learner errors.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

The variety of practice


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welcome book which deserves a
place in self-access centres.
EL Gazette

www.cambridge.org/elt/inuse

INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED

Michael McCarthy and Felicity ODell


INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED

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Using short texts, dialogues, tables and


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1,000 phrasal verbs at each level to help
students develop more natural-sounding English.
Showing phrasal verbs in natural contexts such as
everyday dialogues, e-mails, cartoons and newspaper
extracts, they also give essential information about
register, usage and collocation.
t Informed by the Cambridge International Corpus,
ensuring that the most useful and frequently used
phrasal verbs are taught.
Ideal for classroom use or self-study, each book
includes a mini dictionary with clear denitions and
cross-references to relevant units in the book.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

English Idioms in Use


B1-C2

Idioms bring colour to the English language,


but they can present a challenge to learners.
Suitable for classroom use or self-study,
these books present and practise over 1,000
idioms in typical contexts to help students understand
the everyday English spoken by native speakers.
t Informed by the Cambridge International Corpus,
ensuring that only the most useful and frequently
used idioms are taught.

English Idioms in Use Advanced also includes Error


Warnings, taken from the Cambridge Learner Corpus,
which provide invaluable support for advanced
learners preparing for CAE, CPE and IELTS exams.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

This book will be a


welcome addition to the
Resource Room of any language
school, or to the bookshelf of any
language teacher.
Lynn Grant, TESOLANZ Newletter

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in Use: Pronunciation

English Pronunciation
in Use
Jonathan Marks, Mark Hancock,
Martin Hewings with Sylvie Donna

A1-C2

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED
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Ideal for classroom use or self-study,


these books thoroughly cover all aspects
of pronunciation, including individual
sounds, word stress, connected speech and
intonation. They also develop students
listening and speaking skills by providing both
receptive and productive practice.

The substantial CD-ROMs give further pronunciation


practice through lively, interactive exercises and a
range of enjoyable games. They can be customised to
focus on difculties particular to your rst language.
t Audio recordings provide extra listening practice,
and you can record your own voice for comparison.
t Animated diagrams of the mouth focus on
individual phonemes and demonstrate how to
make the correct sounds.
t The progress check shows which exercises you
have completed and monitors your scores. If you
need more practice, just choose the areas you need
to revise and create your own tests.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

the best pronunciation


book of the century.
Michael Vaughan-Rees, English Teaching Professional

English Pronunciation in Use Intermediate CD-ROM:


interactive phonemic chart

See also
English Pronunciation in Use Intermediate CD-ROM: 'Loggo' game

Cambridge
English
Pronouncing
Dictionary
Page 72

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Cambridge Grammar of English


The CD-ROM contains the whole book in a handy,
searchable format. It also includes:

Ronald Carter and Michael McCarthy


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ADVANCED, PROFICIENCY AND


ABOVE

The award-winning guide to English


as its really used
The Cambridge Grammar of English is a
major reference grammar, ideal for advanced-level
students, teachers, teacher trainers and applied
linguists. Using ground-breaking language research,
and examples from the Cambridge International
Corpus, it offers clear explanations of spoken and
written English based on real, everyday usage.
t Over 7,000 examples of English grammar
illustrated
t Differences between British and American English
clearly explained
The two-part structure covers both grammar and
usage, with a special focus on difcult language areas
and guidance on avoiding common mistakes.

t audio recordings of all the examples from the


book.
t links to the Cambridge Advanced Learners
Dictionary online for instant denitions of new
vocabulary.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

The most accessible,


comprehensive grammar I
have seen.
Michael Lewis, author of The Lexical Approach

www.cambridge.org/elt/cge

A stepping stone towards creating more self-aware,


condent and precise users of English.
Geoff Barton, Times Educational Supplement

The most signicant book to be published in the eld of


grammar for a very long time.
Roger Hunt, International House Journal

The Cambridge International Corpus (CIC) is a database of over one billion words developed by Cambridge University Press to help analyse how language is
really used. It includes examples from a variety of sources including newspapers, literary texts, websites and recordings of everyday conversations.
It also includes the CANCODE corpus, a unique collection of ve million words of naturally occurring spoken English. CANCODE can be searched to nd
examples of how English is spoken today and to check facts about what people really say when they talk to each other. In researching and writing the Cambridge
Grammar of English the authors made full use of the CIC in the belief that a modern grammar should be informed by evidence from an extensive corpus.

See also

IN

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NEW

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A must-have for business


students and anyone using
English in the workplace.
Page 55

Cambridge Grammar for... titles provide an in-depth overview


of the grammar needed for success at exams.
Pages 33, 35, 37 and 40

Grammar and Vocabulary

Grammar for English Language Teachers

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WINNER
2000

First
Edition

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Martin Parrott
Whether youre a practising or trainee teacher, this
book helps you develop your understanding of English
grammar and how to teach it. As well as refreshingly
clear and original explanations, it includes practical
ideas for planning lessons, and addressing typical
problems that learners encounter.
t Analysis of real learner errors from the Cambridge
Learner Corpus develops your ability to deal with
common mistakes.
t The special section on researching language
encourages you to evaluate the way grammar is
treated in published materials.

The complexity of grammatical choices is presented in


an accessible way and consolidation exercises, using
a range of authentic materials, enable you to test
grammar rules against real language use.
This new edition considers the latest ideas and trends
in linguistics and language teaching, and includes
examples of language use from the Cambridge
International Corpus.
Chapter-by-chapter extension exercises to
accompany the book are available at
www.cambridge.org/elt/gelt.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

Some of the explanations are the most accurate and easy


to understand I have ever seen in any grammar book.
TEFL Farm

For prospective and practising teachers and teacher


trainers, I consider the book an invaluable bank of ideas,
tasks and inspiration.
The Teacher Trainer

Exploring Grammar in
Writing
Rebecca Hughes
UPPER-INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

B2-C2

Through 20 units of clear explanations,


lively grammar practice and writing tasks,
Exploring Grammar in Writing develops
students understanding of genre, context
and purpose and how they affect grammatical choices
in writing.

Developing Grammar in
Context

Exploring Grammar in
Context

Grammar reference and practice

Grammar reference and practice

Mark Nettle and Diana Hopkins


INTERMEDIATE

B1-B2

Ideal for classroom use or self-study,


Developing Grammar in Context helps
learners to deepen their understanding of
English and how it really works.

Using real, written examples from the Cambridge


International Corpus, it helps learners improve both
their grammatical awareness and their writing skills.

With authentic examples of spoken and written


English taken from the Cambridge International
Corpus, and lots of varied exercises, it encourages
learners to focus on meaning as well as structure.

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

Ronald Carter, Rebecca Hughes and


Michael McCarthy
UPPER-INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

B2-C2

Exploring Grammar in Context presents real


spoken and written English drawn from
the Cambridge International Corpus, along
with a wide range of exercises that enable
students to check their understanding and progress.
The answer key offers detailed explanations, a
glossary of grammar terms and grammar reference
notes.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

Grammar and Vocabulary

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Language Links

Grammar in Practice

Vocabulary in Practice

Grammar and vocabulary for reference and


self-study

Roger Gower

Glennis Pye and Liz Driscoll

Adrian Doff and Christopher Jones

Grammar practice in a simple and


accessible format

Helping to put the fun back into


vocabulary learning!

These small and useful books are ideal for


busy people to use outside the classroom. Each book
has 40 units of quick grammar exercises with regular
test sections to encourage learners to revise what
they have learnt.

These small and useful books are ideal for


busy people to use outside the classroom. With
plenty of practice, regular tests, helpful word lists and
vocabulary chosen using the Cambridge International
Corpus, these little gems ensure that students learn
the most widely used, up-to-date vocabulary.

BEGINNER TO PRE-INTERMEDIATE

A1-A2

This innovative series combines grammar,


vocabulary and phrases to give students
the full range of language they need to
communicate effectively in English.
Special links direct learners to related language
areas for example linking vocabulary about clothes
(trousers, skirt) with indispensable grammar (Im
wearing, shes wearing) and phrases (get dressed).
Students can work through the book chronologically,
choosing the areas they need to practise, or use the
links in each unit to create their own learning path.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

BEGINNER TO UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

A1-B2

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

BEGINNER TO UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

Council of Europe Level:

Grammar/Vocabulary in Practice:

A1

Book 1

A2

Book 2

Cambridge ESOL Exams:


KET

B1

Books 3 and 4

PET

B2

Books 5 and 6

FCE

Grammar Works

Grammar Games

More Grammar Games

Mick Gammidge

Mario Rinvolucri

Mario Rinvolucri and Paul Davis

BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE

A1-B1

A1-B2

BEGINNER TO ADVANCED

A1-C1

BEGINNER TO ADVANCED

A1-C1

Designed for students from 1012


years upwards, these lively, colourful workbooks
supplement and consolidate the grammar content of
any course book.

This classic grammar title includes cognitive,


affective and drama-based activities that provide
novel and motivating ways for teachers to integrate
grammar practice into their classes.

More cognitive, affective and drama-based


activities that provide novel and motivating ways
for teachers to integrate grammar practice into their
classes.

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

See also
Grammar
Practice
Activities
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In the Know
Understanding and Using Idioms

Cindy Leaney
INTERMEDIATE TO
UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

Presents and practises over 800 colorful idioms in


English, grouped into topic areas. An answer key is
included.

Cambridge

Copy
Collection

Cambridge Copy Collection


These photocopiable resource books contain lots of ready-made games
and activities for fun, challenging lessons with little or no preparation.
For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

Grammar

Vocabulary

www.cambridge.org/us/esl/itk
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The Teachers
Grammar of English

IN

NEW

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A Course Book and Reference Guide

Ron Cowan
A comprehensive resource text, designed to help ESL/
EFL teachers understand and teach American English
grammar.

Games for Grammar Practice

Collocations Extra
Multi-level activities for natural English

Second edition

A resource book of grammar games and


interactive activities

Ann O. Strauch and A. Robert Young

Maria Lucia Zaorob and Elizabeth Chin

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED

Nitty Gritty Grammar

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO INTERMEDIATE

ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED

Elizabeth Walter and Kate Woodford

A2-C1

Focuses on essential areas of English grammar that


typically cause difculty for developing writers.

A2-C1

A collection of stimulating photocopiable


activities designed to develop naturalsounding English.
Informed by the Cambridge International Corpus,
Collocations Extra ensures that the most frequently
used collocations are presented and practised in
natural contexts. Popular classroom topics and a
CD-ROM with templates for games make it easy to
integrate these activities into your lessons.

Grammar Troublespots
Third edition
A guide for Student Writers

Ann Raimes
UPPER-INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

A guide to the 20 most common errors students make


in writing. Includes reference material and practice
exercises.

Singing Grammar
Teaching grammar through songs

How English Works

Mark Hancock
FALSE BEGINNER TO INTERMEDIATE

Ann Raimes

A1-B1

UPPER-INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

Uses readings from newspapers, works of non-ction,


and college textbooks to illustrate the use of target
structures.

Games for Vocabulary Practice


Interactive vocabulary activities for all levels

Felicity ODell and Katie Head


ELEMENTARY TO ADVANCED

For complete ISBN listings, see pages 97104.

A2-C1

Meanings and Metaphors


Activities to practise
gurative language

Gillian Lazar
PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED

The Grammar Activity Book


A resource book of grammar games for young
students

A Way with Words Resource Packs


Vocabulary practice activities

Stuart Redman and Robert Ellis with Brigit


Viney

Bob Obee
ELEMENTARY TO
UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

B1-C1

A2-B2

PRE-INTERMEDIATE TO
UPPER-INTERMEDIATE

B1-B2