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Oxford English Grammar Course

Catalogue

Updated edition

New Edition

Step by step to grammar success

Michael Swan and Catherine Walter

Language Level: Elementary-Advanced (A2-C2)

Step by step to grammar success – know it, use it, say it

Wide Angle

Catalogue

New

A real-world viewpoint

Jennifer Carlson, Nancy Jordan, Miles Craven, Gary Pathare, Kristin Donnalley Sherman, Jaimie Scanlon, Frances Watkins, Kate Adams, Mari Vargo, Jenni Santamaria, Jamey Sadownick, Lana Koyadinovich, Deborah Gordon, Jenni Santamaria, and Robina Blundell

Language Level: A1–C1

A six-level American English course that teaches English for the real world.

Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar - Android App

Catalogue

Format: Android App

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

Oxford Learner's Thesaurus: A Dictionary of Synonyms Android In app Upper-Intermediate to Advanced (B2-C2) Oxford Learners Thesaurus Android In-app

Catalogue

Format: Android App

A dictionary of synonyms that helps learners to distinguish between similar words and use them correctly.

Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar - iOS app

Catalogue

Ninth Edition

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

Format: iOS App

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

Learn the Oxford 3000 app

Catalogue

Rachel Appleby with Julia Adkins, Katherine Griggs and Rawdon Wyatt
Photocopiable Materials Adviser - Jill Hadfield
Series Adviser - Catherine Walter

Format: iOS App

Language Level: Low-intermediate and above (A2-C2)

The most important and useful words you need to know to succeed in English.

Oxford Learner's Thesaurus: A Dictionary of Synonyms iOS app

Catalogue

Format: iOS App

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.

How good is your English? iPhone app

Catalogue

Format: iOS App

Use the 'My level' test in this app to find the right reading level, and then enjoy a chapter from one of our 30 Oxford Bookworms apps, for free.

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 Pocket Grammar

Catalogue

Pocket-sized grammar to revise and check grammar rules

John Eastwood

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C2)

Check you know these 180 grammar topics - find them in your Pocket!

Useful and free

Oxford Learner's Pocket Dictionary

Catalogue

Fourth Edition

A pocket-sized reference to English vocabulary

John Eastwood

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C2)

38,000 words, phrases and, meanings - in your pocket

Oxford Learner's Thesaurus

Catalogue

Ninth 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

Oxford Learner's Pocket Dictionary of Business English

Catalogue

Essential business vocabulary in your pocket

John Eastwood

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C2)

Essential business vocabulary in your pocket

Oxford Idioms Dictionary for learners of English

Catalogue

Second Edition

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C2)

A new edition of the dictionary that explains more than 10,000 of the most frequently used idioms in English today.

Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary for learners of English

Catalogue

Second Edition

Learn the 100 most frequent and useful phrasal verbs in English in six easy steps.

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate and above (B1-C2)

This new edition will give students help with synonyms, allowing them to decide whether a phrasal verb or a single-word verb is the more appropriate choice.