By Michael McCarthy
Educational Vocabulary in Use is definitely the right learn relief for a person utilizing English for his or her educational paintings. excellent for college kids of any self-discipline, from engineers or social scientists to enterprise scholars or attorneys, it covers the entire key vocabulary they are going to encounter in educational textbooks, articles, lectures and seminars, letting them functionality expectantly in an English-speaking educational
Read or Download Academic Vocabulary in Use PDF
Best english as a second language books
Книга try out your English Vocabulary in Use Upper-Intermediate try out your English Vocabulary in Use Upper-Intermediate Книги Иностранные языки Автор: Michael McCarthy, Felicity O'Dell Год издания: 2002 Формат: pdf Издат. :Cambridge collage Press Страниц: 152 Размер: 5,9 ISBN: 052166568X Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Test Your English Vocabulary in Use: Upper-intermdiate is a collection of vocabulary checks to accompany English Vocabulary in Use: Upper-intermediate.
A brand new variation of the best-selling vocabulary perform name. even if you are learning by yourself or at school, English Vocabulary in Use Pre-intermediate and Intermediate covers all of the phrases and words you wish at this point to appreciate and be understood in English. This re-creation is totally up to date to make the publication much more correct and available.
This workout booklet presents perform within the use of idiomatic phrasal verbs. Illustrations and tailored genuine texts make the workouts appropriate for lecture room examine or self-study, and a solution secret's integrated within the e-book.
'Market chief' is the foremost company English path for tomorrow's enterprise leaders. Incorporating fabric from 'The monetary Times', it brings genuine enterprise concerns correct into the school room.
Extra info for Academic Vocabulary in Use
B: Martin's mother is Wul!. cJ"j*tri 19. sad 20. homesick / JtjlJlJu;^ Jljil n:,j-lL fL; 21. , 22. excited z:. lcared / afraid qi "ii. I iiiLl 24. embarrassed e_ts 25. bored 6r* / JJ! 1rL* 26. confused JLi-^ 27. frustrated L,_ o 28. L gJ 29. angry ;Lr;; 30. surprised ai;AJi" 31. happy ,t_t-,r* / :r* 32. tired '1Lri Ask your classmates. Share the answers. 1. Do you ever feel homesick? 2. What makes you feel frustrated? 3. Describe a time when you were very happy. / iA * More vocabulary exhausted: very tired furious: very angry humiliated: very embarrassed overjoyed: very happy starving: very hungry terrified: very scared 43 1.
B: He's in the attic. Where's the teenager? A:5he3 in the laundry room. -rqen apr. H 2 ) unit. #}lGffis rr West Rentals 'l Bedroom 5900 I Month Call for info: 818-555-4949 w*i 1. Y'''i:t'"d F650i mo ]s-2345 t For Reni id city apt NOrrnLtgnr AFartment For Rent 2 bdrm 2ba city apt Unlurn $unny kit $550. , fitne center. Cl( $850lmo shoppi ng. Util incl all mgr Call mqr eves 1 2-555-2368 Jor unit, 2. classified al Plaza 21 Abbreviations 9-993-4 Dover Aptl 1-3 8R. -)rJ furn = furnished unfurn = unfurnished mgr = manager eves = evenings 3.
25. teething ring ;,:,; iiL 26. rattle ljr:-X: 27. ,,, Az Write pgsjfist. 1eehs? B: Was that pacifier, p-a-c-i-f-i-e-r? Az Yes, that's right. 2. , 3q ' :Why,are,nursery rhymes i,mportant:fdr young children? ;rll 4i"-9Jl dtaeYl " ! A. wakeup F. make lunch olJJt i^r J;r: tiiJi s B. i"l D. get dressed cJ+l; E. r14 Grammar Point third person singular For he and she, add -s or -es 38 He gets up. / drop off the kids / 4_JlJt Jt JLirYl lirq) &s+ 4-fill uL $e Jl-it)l J_A H. _rYt (+-':) liil l. Jl Jls- Jl C.
Academic Vocabulary in Use by Michael McCarthy