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Collins General Skills: Writing

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Paperback | May 18, 2012

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Are you comfortable writing English in the classroom but nervous about writing in the real world?

To write confidently in English you need to practise different styles of written English.

Collins Writing helps you recognize different styles and choose the right language to get your message across. The twenty units focus on a wide variety of texts so that you can feel just as comfortable writing a postcard or using social media online.

Learn to write as fluently as you speak, use the right tone, and use persuasive language to get the response you need.

Featured writing styles include:

  • online reviews
  • tweets
  • instant messaging
  • thank you letters
  • emails
  • job applications

Collins Writing is part of the new English for Life series and uses authentic material from the Collins Corpus, the world's largest database of the English language. It is suitable for self-study and classroom use, and can help towards Cambridge FCE preparation.

Suitable for Intermediate learners of English (CEF level B1+).

Title:Collins General Skills: WritingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 9.75 × 7.5 × 0.35 inPublished:May 18, 2012Publisher:Harpercollins (uk)Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0007460619

ISBN - 13:9780007460618

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About the Collins English for Life series:". superb, attractively packaged series (.) excellent support for candidates preparing for the Cambridge FCE and higher (.) work on the topics, skills and current needs of the language learner (.) may be used in various ways: either by learners alone, by teachers, or by teacher trainers on language development courses."About English for Life: Listening:".takes extracts of discourse directly from the Cobuild corpus of English in order to integrate authentic examples with tasks on, for example, adapting to local customs." - WAYNE TROTMAN, EL GAZETTE, August 2012