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Q Skills for Success

Catalogue

Third edition

Forthcoming

Think critically. Succeed academically.

Jenny Bixby, Meg Brooks, Nigel Caplan, Miles Craven, Debra Daise, Scott Douglas, Susan Earl-Carlin, Rob Freire, Margot Gramer, Tamara Jones, Joe McVeigh, Sarah Lynn, Kevin McClure, Charl Norloff, Jaimie Scanlon, Kristin Sherman, Mari Vargo, Colin Ward, Larry Zwier, Jenni Currie Santamaria, Susan Iannuzzi, Lawrence Lawson and Karen Hamilton.

Language Level: Beginner to Advanced

A six-level paired skills series that helps students to think critically and succeed academically. The Third Edition builds on Q: Skills for Success' question-centered approach with even more critical thinking, up-to-date topics, and 100% new assessment.

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Catalogue

First edition

Train your learners to unlock the rules and patterns of English and stimulate their progress in all four skills.

Catherine Walter (Series Adviser)

Language Level: A1-C1

Unlock the rules and patterns of English to enable learners to progress in all four skills.

Oxford Learner's Dictionary of Academic English

Catalogue

Helps students learn the language they need to write academic English, whatever their chosen subject.

 

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: B1-C2

The Oxford Learner's Dictionary of Academic English helps students learn the words and phrases used in academic writing, and how to use them in their own academic written work. With Oxford Academic iWriter on CD-ROM.

KET Practice Tests Pack con Chiave

Catalogue

Format: Mixed media format

Oxford Collocations Dictionary for students of English

Catalogue

Second Edition

A corpus-based dictionary with CD-ROM which shows the most frequently used word combinations in British and American English.

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: Upper-Intermediate to Advanced (B2-C2)

Know which words go together and sound more natural

Oxford Learner's Thesaurus

Catalogue

Second Edition

A dictionary of synonyms

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: Upper-Intermediate to Advanced (B2-C2)

No two words are exactly the same. This is the learner's thesaurus that explains the difference