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Michael Coles - Basil Lord - Access ​to English - Open Road - Book
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Michael Coles - Basil Lord - Access ​to English - Turning Point - Book
TURNING ​POINT is the third book of ACCESS TO ENGLISH, a four-part course with optional audio-visual components which takes students with no knowledge of English up to a good intermediate level. TURNING POINT begins the work of consolidating the basic structures of spoken and written English taught in the first two parts of the course, at the same time introducing students to more advanced patterns and vocabulary and developing their oral and written skills. Each of the 15 chapters in the book deals with a topic likely to be of interest and use to learners of English, and continues the story of Arthur Newton - now a student on a course of management studies at a London polytechnic. Reading material of various types - narrative and descriptive passages, letters, leaflets, advertisements - is included, as well as vocabulary and reading comprehension tests, dialogues, listening comprehension work, oral structure drills, dictation, composition and written exercises. The other parts of the course - STARTING OUT, GETTING ON and OPEN ROAD - may also be used independently. Accompanying this book are: - the Teacher's book - Tapes or Cassettes 1-8 - Workbook - Student's Cassette - Test Pack 3

Michael Coles - Basil Lord - Access ​to English - Starting Out - Workbook A
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Michael Coles - Basil Lord - Access ​to English - Getting On - Workbook A
The ​ten units in this new edition provide revision and practice material for Chapters 1 - 10 of Getting On, the second book of Access to English. Each unit should be used after working through the relevant chapter of the coursebook. There are three sections to each unit: Grammar Practice Ś Lists and tables of the grammar taught in the relevant chapters Ś Written exercises Ś Oral exercises designed for group and pair work Words and Phrases Ś Lists of the new words and phrases of the chapter — arranged either in sets or con-textualized in mini-dialogues — with phonetic transcriptions Ś Two Wordgames designed for enjoyment as well as vocabulary-building and stress and spelling practice Communication Practice Ś Two or three enjoyable activities which take as their starting-point a function or topic area included in the chapter and allow students to put the language of the coursebook to more varied and communicative use.

Michael Coles - Basil Lord - Access ​to English - Getting On - Book
GETTING ​ON is the second book of ACCESS TO ENGLISH, a four-part course with optional audio- visual components which takes students with no previous knowledge of English up to a good intermediate level. This part of the course completes the coverage of the basic structures and structural vocabulary of spoken and written English. The other parts of the course - STARTING OUT, TURNING POINT and OPEN ROAD - may also be used independently. Continuing the story of Arthur Newton, GETTING ON describes, amond other adventures, the 'hero's' appearance on a television quiz programme and his involvement in a bank robbery. Accompanying this book are: - the Teacher's Book - Tapes or Cassettes - Songs & Music Cassette - Filmstrip or OHP or Wallchart Packs A and B - Workbooks A and B - Testbook

Michael Coles - Basil Lord - Access ​to English - Starting Out - Workbook B
The ​ten units in this new edition provide revision and practice material for Chapters 11 - 20 of Starting Out, the first book of Access to English. Each unit should be used after working through the relevant chapter of the coursebook. There are three sections to each unit: Grammar Practice - Lists and tables of the grammar taught in the relevant chapters - Written exercises - Oral exercises designed for group and pair work. Words and Phrases: Lists of the new words and phrases of the chapter — arranged either in sets or con-textualized in mini-dialogues — with phonetic transcriptions - Two Wordgames designed for enjoyment as well as vocabulary-building and stress and spelling practice. Communication Practice: Two or three enjoyable activities which take as their starting-point a function or topic area included in the chapter and allow students to put the language of the coursebook to more varied and communicative use.

Michael Coles - Basil Lord - Access ​to English - Starting Out - Book
STARTING ​OUT is the first book of ACCESS TO ENGLISH, a four-part course with optional audio-visual components which takes students with no previous knowledge of English up to a good intermediate level. Parts 2,3 and 4 of the course - GETTING ON, TURNING POINT and OPEN ROAD - may also be used independently. STARTING OUT covers 20 chapters in the story of Arthur Newton, an amiable if somewhat incompetent junior librarian whose light-hearted adventures provide the story-line for the course. Among other episodes in this book, Arthur finds himself returning home late at night to the wrong house, stranded on an island after a picnic on the river, and - apparently - winning a fortune on the football pools. Accompanying this book are: - the Teacher's Book - Tapes or Cassettes - Filmstrip or OHP or Wallchart Packs A and B - Workbooks A and B - Testbook - Songs & Music Cassette

Michael Coles - Basil Lord - Access ​to English - Getting On - Workbook B
The ​ten units in this new edition provide revision and practice material for Chapters 1 - 10 of Getting On, the second book of Access to English. Each unit should be used after working through the relevant chapter of the coursebook. There are three sections to each unit: Grammar Practice Ś Lists and tables of the grammar taught in the relevant chapters Ś Written exercises Ś Oral exercises designed for group and pair work Words and Phrases Ś Lists of the new words and phrases of the chapter — arranged either in sets or con-textualized in mini-dialogues — with phonetic transcriptions Ś Two Wordgames designed for enjoyment as well as vocabulary-building and stress and spelling practice Communication Practice Ś Two or three enjoyable activities which take as their starting-point a function or topic area included in the chapter and allow students to put the language of the coursebook to more varied and communicative use.

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