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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.

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.

Say It: English Pronunciation iOS app

Catalogue

Format: iOS App

Language Level: Beginner to Advanced (A1-C2)

Improve your pronunciation, fluency and confidence in spoken English with Say It: English Pronunciation.

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.