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Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

Catalogue

Tenth Edition

New Edition

The world's bestselling advanced-level dictionary for learners of English

Diana Lea, Jennifer Bradbery

Language Level: B2-C2

Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary 10e builds English vocabulary better than ever before.

Oxford Discover Futures

Catalogue

New

Creating independent thinkers with great futures

Ben Wetz, Jayne Wildman and Fiona Beddall

Language Level: A2-C1

A six-level secondary course for teenagers, based on the tried and trusted inquiry-based methodology.

Fusion

Catalogue

Real world, real English, real progress.

Cheryl Pelteret, Paul Kelly and Alex Paramour

Language Level: A1 - C1

An integrated skills course that encourages authentic language practice through real-world concepts.

Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar - Android App

Catalogue

Format: Android App

Quick, clear and easy-to-understand explanations of the grammar.

Diccionario Oxford Study 3e Pack Diccionario Spanish Study 3e Pack

Catalogue

Third Edition

Para estudiantes de inglés (Español-Inglés/Inglés-Español)

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: B1-C1

Develop your writing and speaking skills for Bachillerato.

Oxford studijní slovník

Catalogue

výkladový slovník angličtiny s českým překladem

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C1)

A Czech edition of the Oxford Student's Dictionary

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

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