Six-level general English course for adults
Liz Soars and John Soars
Beginner to Advanced; A1 - C1
The course teachers trust - and a new generation of digital support
A general business English course written specifically for one-to-one teaching.
Pre-intermediate and Intermediate
The first business course written specifically for one-to-one teaching.
The Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) course that inspires students to better exam results
A Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) course with a fresh design, high-level support for teachers, and multi-media components.
5 levels: Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate, and Advanced
A complete short course series for practical progress.
Preparation for students who require IELTS for academic purposes.
Upper-Intermediate to Advanced (B2 to C2)
Trains your students in broad academic skills and develops their thinking strategies. Includes online IELTS practice test.
Four Practice Tests for the IELTS exam
Four practice tests with exam skills training and practice, and detailed explanations of answers.
Six-level general English course for adults.
Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate, Advanced
Get students talking at every level
Six-level general English course
6 levels: Beginner to Advanced
Need a course you can always trust?
A series of courses to help students learn the English they need for their chosen career.
Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, and Upper-Intermediate
Mid A2 to mid C1
Your career starts here... with Oxford English for Careers
A course for students and people working in information technology
The course that teaches English for information technology
výkladový slovník angličtiny s českým překladem
Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C1)
A Czech edition of the Oxford Student's Dictionary
New six-level EAP course for college and university students
Jaimie Scanlon, Margaret Brooks, Miles Craven, Kristin Sherman, Rob Freire, Tamara Jones, Susan Earle-Carlin, Sarah Lynn, Jenny Bixby, Joe McVeigh, Margot Gramer, Colin Ward, Debra Daise, Charl Norloff, Paul Carne, Nigel Caplan, Scott Roy Douglas, Ann Snow, and Larry Zwier
Think critically. Succeed academically.