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English Vocabulary Book for Advanced Levels

English Vocabulary Book for Advanced Levels1. English Vocabulary in Use Advanced by Michael McCarthy, Felicity O'Dell, Paperback: 318 pages, Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This new book in the English Vocabulary in Use series will bring students up to an advanced level knowledge of English. Over 2000 new words and expressions are presented and practised in typical contexts. Each unit provides valuable information for advanced level students about usage and there are clear explanations about subtle differences in meaning and collocation. This book has been carefully researched using evidence from the Cambridge International Corpus to ensure that the language studied is the English native speakers actually use. Clear, attractive colour units; 100 easy-to-use two-page units; Presents new words in context and shows learners how to use them; Uses authentic texts; Promotes good learning habits with learning tips and follow-up tasks; Contains a comprehensive, student-friendly answer key and a detailed index with phonetic transcriptions.





2. Business Vocabulary in Use Advanced by Bill Mascull, Paperback: 134 pages, Cambridge...
This is a new self-study reference and practice book for upper intermediate and advanced learners of English who need vocabulary for business and professional purposes. It is a new self-study reference & practice book for advanced learners of English who need vocabulary for business & professional purposes. The book has been carefully researched using the Cambridge International Corpus to ensure that the 2,000 new words and expressions represent the English that native speakers actually use. It consists of 50 units and follows the highly successful format of the English Vocabulary in use range with presentation material on the left-hand page and practice exercises on the right hand page. The book covers a wide variety of up-to-date business topics and concepts.

3. Compelling Conversations: Questions and Quotations on Timeless Topics - An Engaging ESL Textbook for Advanced Students, by Eric H. Roth, Toni Aberson (Paperback)
A conversation book specifically written to get ESL students talking enthusiastically about a wide range of topics. 
"This outstanding resource allows teachers to confidently walk into an advanced ESL classroom with self-contained, engaging conversation lessons. The 45 thematic chapters allow you to both evoke student experience with long lists of practical and savvy questions. The inclusion of global proverbs and classic quotations also provides larger cultural contexts to inspire deeper conversations - or writing assignments. Students should also appreciate the generous amount of authentic language. I wish I would have had that book in my old adult/university classes. A great book for adult education teachers, university instructors, and private tutors." Eric Busch, August 2007.

4. English Idioms And Expressions For Foreigners, Like Me!, by Reza Mashayekhi, Paperback: 404 pages, Publisher: East To West Publications (2011)
This is a book about English idioms, expressions, and phrases, and their meanings, along with sample sentences and the origins of some of these expressions. A number of humorous illustrations and some interesting expressions and proverbs from other languages and cultures have also been included. It is a book written mostly with foreigners in mind, but it is a useful and fun collection for anyone who speaks English, and will be referred to for many years to come. It’s a great gift for a friend, or a fitting addition to your coffee table or office waiting room.
About the author: Reza Mashayekhi was born and reared in Tehran, Iran. He later attended the University of Michigan, where he received a degree in aerospace engineering. Reza has always been interested in learning the intricacies of the English language. This is why, alongside of his engineering work, he has taught English to non-English speakers. Being a non-native speaker of English, living and working in the U.S., Reza’s experience through the years and his interactions with his students and clients has led to the compilation of this book.

5. Idiomatic American English: A Step-By-Step Workbook for Learning Everyday American Expressions by Barbara K. Gaines, Paperback: 128 pages, Publisher: Kodansha America
Mastering idioms requires a great deal of listening, studying, practice, and usage. You cannot ignore this part of the language: idiomatic expressions and more formal grammar should be given equal time. The lessons in this book are designed to teach you the kind of informal, everyday speech--including many slang words as well as idioms--that is commonly understood by all native Americans, no matter what their level of education. There are various levels of idiomatic difficulty, and each group of lessons listed in the Table of Contents begins with the easiest lessons and ends with the more advanced ones. However, you may use them in any order you desire; each lesson is self-contained. Each lesson begins with a dialogue, since idioms are best learned in meaningful verbal contexts. A vocabulary section then explains the idioms in clear, concise definitions. (Where the notation "neg." appears after an idiom, it means the idiom is generally used in the negative. For example, have the heart to (neg.) indicates the phrase is normally used in a negative statement such as "I didn't have the heart to tell her." Where alternate words are given in parentheses, either word may be used interchangeably. For example, down the drain (tubes) means you may say "down the drain" or "down the tubes." Two sets of exercises are included in each lesson. In the first, you are asked to choose the correct idiom needed to complete a sentence. In the second, you will substitute an idiomatic expression for an italicized phrase or sentence..

6. Practical Faster Reading : An Intermediate/Advanced Course in Reading and Vocabulary (Cambridge Classical Studies) by Gerald Mosback, Vivienne Mosback, Paperback: 132 pages, Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Practical Faster Reading provides the basis for a reading improvement course lasting a total of thirty class hours and has proved popular with students and teachers in a variety of settings. Thirty passages covering a wide range of topics of general interest and accompanying exercises give practice in the reading skills needed at upper-intermediate and more advanced levels. Substantial increases in reading speed are usually attained with improvements in comprehension and vocabulary. The full answer key for self-checking also makes this a useful book for the student working alone.

7. The American-British British-American Dictionary by Jeremy Smith, Paperback: 264 pages, Publisher: CodeSmith
This is a great place to turn when you encounter a Briticism or Americanism. It illuminates differences in vocabulary, usage, pronunciation, spelling, and the history of English, how and why differences arose, and what those differences are. A set of tables include national holidays, kings and queens, and money. It is an easy-to-read, light-hearted, and sometimes irreverent catalogue of the 1% difference between American and British English. The tone is deliberately informal, which allows much of the intrinsic humour to shine through, but never at the cost of accuracy or detail.

8. Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL Test Student's book by Jolene Gear, Robert Gear, Paperback: 573 pages, Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL Test is a comprehensive test preparation course that helps learners acquire the skills they need to succeed on the Test of English as a Foreign Language. It is ideal for both classroom and self-study use. The Second Edition of the course reflects the changes in the listening comprehension and reading comprehension sections of the exam. Major features: -  complete TOEFL-format Diagnostic Test - An extensive listening comprehension section providing nearly 5 hours of listening material on cassette. - A Structure and Written Expression section containing a thorough grammar review. - A Reading Comprehension section testing vocabulary in context. - A Test of Written English section providing an in-depth writing course. --Two complete TOEFL- format practice tests and mini tests in each section.  Explanatory answer keys cross-referenced to relevant skill building exercises. --Transcripts for all listening material. Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL Test consists of a book, a set of cassettes, and a book/cassette package.

9. Reading and Vocabulary Workbook for the Toefl Exam ( Academic Test Preparation Series) by Arco, Elizabeth Davy, Karen Davy, Paperback: 292 pages, Publisher: ARCO
Great TOEFL Test Preparation Book.





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