New PDF release: English Vocabulary in Use Upper-intermediate With answers

By Michael McCarthy

ISBN-10: 0521423961

ISBN-13: 9780521423960

English Vocabulary in Use is a vocabulary booklet for upper-intermediate and complex freshmen of English, basically designed as a self-study reference and perform e-book, yet is also used for lecture room paintings. Firmly according to present studying idea, its emphasis is at the functional wishes of the learner. It goals not just to provide and clarify phrases yet to illustrate the way to use them and the way to see principles for utilizing them. Vocabulary is defined and provided on left-hand pages with a wealth of cutting edge follow-up actions contrary. * a hundred devices, masking nearly 3,000 new vocabulary goods * bargains newcomers the chance to consolidate and extend latest vocabulary * promotes worthy studying thoughts * provides examine information and indicates follow-up projects * encompasses a entire key with extra precious reviews * contains a special index and phonetic transcription

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The aim . . . . . . . . . . resolving our dispute. 4 His stupidity has resulted . . . . . . . . . . us having to do more work. 5 All this arose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . one small mistake we made. 6 It was done . . . . . . . . . . a view . . . . . . . . . . lowering inflation. 7 That press article has ................... rise ................... a lot of criticism. English Vocabulary in Use 45 23 Concession and contrast Concession means accepting one part of a state of affairs but putting another argument or fact against it.

Situation. 5 He's a smash hit here but he's unheard-. . . . . . . . in my country. 6 She bought a cut-................ paper pattern and made her own dress. Which of the adjectives from this unit could you use t o describe yourself and other students in your class or members of your family? English Vocabulary in Use 25 13 Compound nouns - combinations of two nouns A compound noun is a fixed expression which is made up of more than one word and functions as a noun. g.

She had been to the Pompidou Centre. : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . she had said goodbye to Nick, she left. 7 ......................... she had answered all her letters, she felt she could watch TV for a while. 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . she put the phone down it rang again. This time it was Dougy. Make more sentences with connectors you haven't used, based on the diary information. Think of things that are true for you in these situations and complete the sentences.

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