English Vocabulary in Use: Pre-intermediate and Intermediate by Stuart Redman

By Stuart Redman

Vocabulary in Use Pre-intermediate and Intermediate is a vocabulary publication for intermediate beginners of English, essentially designed as a self-study reference and perform ebook, yet that could even be used for lecture room paintings. In its sort and layout it's just like its higher intermediate and complex an identical, English Vocabulary in Use. - a hundred easy-to-use devices: over 2,500 vocabulary goods in a variety of subject parts are provided, contextualise and defined and defined on left-hand pages with a number of follow-up actions on right-hand pages. - is helping to construct on and extend latest vocabulary. - indicates suggestions and strategies for sturdy studying conduct. - Designed to be versatile: can be utilized either for self-study and at school. - presents a finished key with not just solutions to the routines but additionally extra reviews on how the language is used. - incorporates a distinct index with phonetic transcriptions.

Show description

Read or Download English Vocabulary in Use: Pre-intermediate and Intermediate with Answers PDF

Best english as a second language books

Just Listening & Speaking (Intermediate)

The simply abilities sequence is fully-customised for American English inexperienced persons. the yank English variation makes use of a similar accomplished syllabus and has an identical learner-friendly method because the British English variation.

Penguin Quick Guides: Really Useful English Grammar (Penguin English)

Do you need to enhance your English grammar? This ebook courses you to an important issues and problems of English grammar, utilizing: brief, transparent causes; plenty of perform and overview pages and cartoons that will help you comprehend -- and make you snort!

Corpora in Applied Linguistics

Corpus linguistics is resulting in the advance of theories approximately language which problem present orthodoxies in utilized linguistics. even if, there also are many questions which can be tested and debated: how gigantic should still a corpus be? Is the knowledge from a corpus trustworthy? What are its functions for language instructing?

Versatile Vocabulary

Flexible Vocabulary has been specifically created to motivate scholars, via video games, to take advantage of vocabulary in a number of methods: Defining phrases utilizing phrases in sentences Spelling phrases appearing out phrases altering notice types producing new phrases The vocabulary has been conscientiously selected from numerous concordances of the main usually used phrases.

Extra resources for English Vocabulary in Use: Pre-intermediate and Intermediate with Answers

Sample text

For example, ‘recast’ is a feedbackbased technique, where an utterance containing an error is repeated without the error. Another is referred to as ‘garden path’ since learners are explicitly shown the linguistic rule and allowed to generalize with other examples; however, when the generalization does not hold (negative evidence), further instruction is provided. Finally, metalinguistic feedback involves the use of linguistic terminology to promote ‘noticing’. A final set of instructional techniques mentioned by Norris and Ortega (2000) are practice-based techniques of grammar instruction.

Do-second: Inversion with do in wh-questions Aux-second: Inversion with other auxiliaries in wh-questions 6. Tag questions, negative questions and embedded questions If grammatical assessment tasks could be constructed with developmental proficiency levels in mind, then the scores from these tests could have been used not only to infer grammatical accuracy, as we have always done, but also to make inferences about the underlying acquisitional development of the L2 learners. Consider, for example, a teacher wishing to determine a learner’s level of target-like accuracy in forming questions.

Another is referred to as ‘garden path’ since learners are explicitly shown the linguistic rule and allowed to generalize with other examples; however, when the generalization does not hold (negative evidence), further instruction is provided. Finally, metalinguistic feedback involves the use of linguistic terminology to promote ‘noticing’. A final set of instructional techniques mentioned by Norris and Ortega (2000) are practice-based techniques of grammar instruction. These involve input-processing instruction and output practice (Lee and VanPatten, 2003).

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.55 of 5 – based on 43 votes