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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

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 Practice Grammar

Catalogue

Updated Edition

New Edition

The right balance of English grammar explanation and practice for your language level

Norman Coe, Mark Harrison, Ken Paterson (Basic)
John Eastwood (Intermediate)
George Yule (Advanced)

Language Level: Elementary to Advanced (A1-C2)

The grammar series that gets results.

Headway

Catalogue

Fifth edition

New Edition

Trusted worldwide. Inspired by you.

Liz and John Soars and Paul Hancock

Join millions worldwide and teach practical, real life English that is relevant to your students’ lives.

Useful and free

English File

Catalogue

Fourth edition

New Edition

Gets you talking

Christina Latham-Koenig and Clive Oxenden
Kate Chomacki and Jerry Lambert

Language Level: A1 - C1

Loved by teachers worldwide for getting students talking

Oxford Academic Vocabulary Practice

Catalogue

English grammar and practice for Academic Purposes

Julie Moore and Richard Storton

Language Level: B1-C1

Learn and practise the words you need for academic writing

Business Result

Catalogue

Second Edition

Business English you can take to work today

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

Language Level: Starter to Advanced (A1-C2)

A practical six-level Business English course that focuses on real, relevant communication skills

Useful and free

Navigate

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.

Diccionario Oxford Pocket para estudiantes latinoamericanos de inglés

Catalogue

This new bilingual learner's dictionary with CD-ROM is specifically designed for Latin American students of English.

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: Elementary to Intermediate (A1 to B1)

New pocket-sized bilingual dictionary with wide, up-to-date coverage of Latin American Spanish and American and British English.

Oxford Grammar for EAP

Catalogue

English grammar and practice for Academic Purposes

Ken Paterson and Roberta Wedge

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C1)

Covers the functional grammar students need for all English-medium university and pre-university courses

Diccionario Oxford Pocket para estudiantes de inglés

Catalogue

Fourth Edition

Revised edition of this bilingual dictionary specifically written for Spanish learners of English

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: Elementary to Intermediate (A1 to B1)

Updated with new words for Spanish-speaking learners of English

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

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 English-Greek Learner's Dictionary

Catalogue

D N Stavropoulos and A S Hornby

Format: Hardback

Language Level: Advanced

This successful dictionary has been revised to make it clearer and easier to use.

Really Learn 100 Phrasal Verbs

Catalogue

Second Edition

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

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate (B1)

Six steps to success with phrasal verbs

Really Learn 100 More Phrasal Verbs

Catalogue

Second Edition

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

Format: Paperback

Language Level: Intermediate (B1)

Six steps to success with phrasal verbs

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 Exam Excellence

Catalogue

Format: Mixed media format

Language Level: Intermediate and above

A complete exam preparation coursebook for secondary students working towards B1 and B2 level exams.

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.