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Q Skills for Success

Catalog

Third edition

New Edition

Think critically. Succeed academically.

Jenny Bixby, Meg Brooks, Nigel Caplan, Miles Craven, Debra Daise, Scott Douglas, Susan Earle-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.

Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar - Android App

Catalog

Pocket-sized grammar to revise and check grammar rules

John Eastwood

Format: Android App

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C2)

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

Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar - iOS app

Catalog

Pocket-sized grammar to revise and check grammar rules

John Eastwood

Format: iOS App

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C2)

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

Business Result

Catalog

A business English course for pre-work and in-work professional students.

Kate Baade, Michael Duckworth, David Grant, Christopher Holloway, Jane Hudson, John Hughes, Jon Naunton, Jim Scrivener, Rebecca Turner and Penny McLarty

Business Result: Business English you can take to work today.

Oxford English for Information Technology

Catalog

Second Edition

A course for students and people working in information technology

Eric H. Glendinning, John McEwan

The course that teaches English for information technology

Oxford Word Skills

Catalog

Second edition

Learn to use the most important words and phrases in English topic by topic

Ruth Gairns and Stuart Redman

Language Level: A1-C1

Learn to use the most important words and phrases in English