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American English File

Catalog

Second edition

Skills development aligned to the CEFR

Christina Latham-Koenig, Clive Oxenden, Paul Seligson, Mike Boyle

From Starter to Level 5 (A1-C1)

Get everyone talking. In class. Everywhere.

Business Result

Catalog

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

Starter to Advanced (A1-C2)

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

International Express

Catalog

Third Edition

Linking life and work

Rachel Appleby, Angela Buckingham, Keith Harding, Alastair Lane, Bryan Stephens, Frances Watkins

A1 – C1

This completely revised International Express, with 100% new material, meets all the practical language needs of adult professional learners. The series retains the popular student-centred approach and strong communicative focus, while adding a range of new features.

Oxford EAP

Catalog

A course in English for Academic Purposes

Edward de Chazal, Sam McCarter, Louis Rogers, Julie Moore, Paul Dummett, Jon Hird, John Hughes

Intermediate to Advanced (B1-C1)

Skills and language for academic study

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.

Inside Writing

Catalog

The inside track to academic achievement

Cheryl Boyd Zimmerman (Series Director), Walton Burns, Arline Burgmeier, Rachel Lange, Jennifer Bixby, Nigel A. Caplan and Kate Adams

Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate and Advanced

Inside Writing prepares students to produce a variety of academic texts, while focusing on key academic vocabulary from the Academic Word List.