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English Vocabulary Book for Pre-Intermediate Level, CD Exercises

English Vocabulary Book for Pre-Intermediate Level1. English Vocabulary in Use Pre-intermediate and Intermediate by Stuart Redman, Paperback: 270 pages, Publisher: Cambridge University Press
English Vocabulary in Use pre-intermediate & intermediate has been thoroughly revised based on feedback from users of the first edition. The vocabulary presented in this new edition has been informed by the Cambridge International Corpus of real language to ensure that the vocabulary is current, useful and relevant for learners. - 100 easy-to-use units: vocabulary items are presented and explained on left-hand pages with a range of practice exercises on right-hand pages. - Presents and explains new words in context, shows learners how to use them and how to work out rules for using them. - Contains a comprehensive, learner-friendly answer key. - Includes a detailed index with phonetic transcriptions to help with the pronunciation of difficult vocabulary. It is also beautifully illustrated in full colour.

2. Test your English Vocabulary in Use: Pre-intermediate and Intermediate by Stuart Redman, Ruth Gairns, Paperback: 144 pages, Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This addition to the best-selling English Vocabulary in Use range provides 98 vocabulary tests based on English Vocabulary in Use pre-intermediate and intermediate (new edition). It is a very convenient revision aid which builds confidence in using vocabulary. There is a simple scoring system on each page which helps students to measure their progress. The user-friendly answer key also includes phonemic versions of words which are difficult to pronounce. The book uses a wide range of testing techniques including: matching, labelling, recognising errors, word-building, forming word partnerships, word puzzles, ranking items, unscrambling and many more. This flexible material can either be used by learners familiar with English Vocabulary in Use or as a stand-alone for students interesting in testing their vocabulary. It is designed for self-study but can also be used in class.

3. The Oxford Picture Dictionary: Monolingual by Norma Shapiro, Jayme Adelson-Goldstein, Paperback: 216 pages, Publisher: Oxford University Press
This dictionary illustrates more than 3700 words. The full-color pictures are logically arranged into 12 thematic groupings including everyday language, people, housing, food, clothing, health, community, transportation, plants and animals, work, and recreation. Color-coded strips and icons in the margins make for easy access. The words selected constitute a practical and necessary vocabulary for anyone learning English. Exercises that enable readers to practice and review new words and phrases appear on the bottom of each page. Nouns, adjectives, prepositions, and adverbs are included in numbered lists that correspond with the pictures. The alphabetical and geographical indexes help to locate words and provide pronunciations. The graphics are particularly appealing; arranged in varying formats but never cluttered, the pictures are clear, realistic, and contemporary. This dictionary is also available in English with Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese & others.

4. The Oxford Picture Dictionary: Beginning Workbook by Marjorie Fuchs, Lynne Barsky, Paperback: 194 pages, Publisher: Oxford University Press
Works best with the picture dictionary. The directions are easy to read & understand, especially for the ESL student

5. Basic English Dictionary: For Elementary and Pre-Intermediate Students by P. H. Colin, Paperback: 352 pages, Publisher: Peter Collin Publishing
Pop culture, music, fashion, sports, money, and work terms are all included in this dictionary for elementary and pre-intermediate students of English. Using easy-to-understand language, this reference defines over 5,000 terms. Each entry features a pronunciation guide, a simple definition, and an example sentence that shows how the word is used. Common expressions are highlighted and explained with examples, and notes on irregular forms, constructions, and easily confused words are provided.

6.  Pronunciation Games (Cambridge Copy Collection) by Mark Hancock, Spiral-bound: 112 pages, Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Pronunciation Games is a photocopiable resource book for use with students at lower intermediate level and above. Each activity is designed to raise awareness of an aspect of English pronunciation. The Teacher's Pages offer clear instructions, background information, and suggestions for adaptation.

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