Oxford Word Skills: Advanced Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Student Book with Key: Learn and practise English vocabulary by Stuart RedmanOxford Word Skills: Advanced Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Student Book with Key: Learn and practise English vocabulary by Stuart Redman

Oxford Word Skills: Advanced Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Student Book with Key: Learn and practise…

byStuart RedmanIllustratorRuth Gairns

Paperback | May 24, 2011

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Oxford Word Skills improves students' vocabulary and vocabulary learning skills. Short, clear presentations and lots of opportunity for practice give students the confidence to use new vocabulary. 80 units at each level mean they cover a huge range of topics and everyday situations. Extrapractice and interactive activities on CD-ROM.
Ruth Gairns and Stuart Redman have been involved in English language teaching for over twenty-five years, and have a particular interest in vocabulary learning and materials development. They have both taught in the United Kingdom and overseas, and have considerable experience of teacher training and in-service teacher development. The...
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Title:Oxford Word Skills: Advanced Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Student Book with Key: Learn and practise…Format:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 10.43 × 7.48 × 0.9 inPublished:May 24, 2011Publisher:OUPLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0194620131

ISBN - 13:9780194620130

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IntroductionAbbreviationsIntroduction to idioms and phrasal verbs1. I can understand idioms2. Idiom and metaphor3. Introduction to phrasal verbs4. I can use phrasal nouns and adjectivesPeople5. I can describe character6. I can describe people's behaviour7. I can talk about relationships8. I can talk about families9. I can describe my emotions10. I can describe physical actionsEveryday life11. I can talk about money12. I can talk about wealth and poverty13. I can talk about health14. I can talk about driving and journeys15. I can talk about eating16. I can talk about study17. I can talk about work18. I can talk about business 119. I can talk about business 2Events20. I can describe a family meal21. I can describe a music festival22. I can describe a date23. I can descirbe a family wedding24. I can talk about reunions25. I can describe a football match26. I can descirbe a conferenceWhat's in the news?27. I can talk about the media28. I can talk about crime29. I can describe a demonstration30. I can talk about politics31. I can talk about conflict32. I can talk about celebrity33. I can describe extreme weatherCommunication34. I can talk about communication35. I can use the language of discussion36. I can talk about presentations37. I can talk about meetings38. I can use idioms for commenting39. I can use idioms for emphasisHuman behaviour40. I can talk about honesty41. I can talk about competition42. I can talk about humour43. I can express criticism44. I can understand and give advice45. I can talk about problems46. I can describe different attitudes47. I can talk about decision-making48. I can talk about risk-takingStyles of language49. I can use informal spoken idioms50. I can use common spoken responses51. I can understand more formal idioms52. I can use idioms in a legal context53. I can use more formal prepositional verbs54. I can understand idioms in written EnglishTypes of idiom55. I can understand metaphors in phrasal verbs56. I can use idiomatic noun phrases57. I can use prepositional idioms58. I can use similes59. I can use fixed phrases with two key words60. I can use sayings and proverbsIdioms - some interesting historiesAnswer keyAnswer key to review unitsList of spotlight boxesWord list / IndexKey words