Grammar for Academic Writing provides a selective overview of the key areas of English grammar that you need to master, in order to express yourself correctly and appropriately in academic writing. Those areas include the basic distinctions of meaning in the verb tense system, the use of modal verbs to express degrees of certainty and commitment, and alternative ways of grouping and ordering written information to highlight the flow of your argument. These materials are suitable for taught and research postgraduate students.
In Business - Upper Intermediate. 2nd Edition (2010)
At the Upper Intermediate level topics, texts and skills (e.g. Leading Meetings and Building Relationships and First Among Equals) have been chosen to provoke professional students into lively discussion and contextualise key target language. Case studies every four units provide a meaty challenge to the students and allow them to use the language and lexis they have learnt in a more independent and creative way.
In Business - Pre-Intermediate. 2nd Edition (2009)
In Business has established itself as the Business English course for professionals because of its immediate results through topic-based content, active skills, and real-world tasks that are instantly relevant to everyday business English development. In Business Second Edition builds on the success of the original but is now updated and improved with a host of new features. For extra online practice for your students, take a look at the new Second Edition In Business Practice Online solution. Accompanying the popular In Business series in British English, these online courses provide carefully designed resources to supplement the Student's Books at all levels.
This cost-effective textbook/workbook/handbook presents a streamlined, no-nonsense approach to business communication that includes comprehensive Web resources and unparalleled author support for instructors and students. ESSENTIALS provides a three-in-one learning package: (1) authoritative text, (2) practical workbook, and (3) self-teaching grammar/mechanics handbook. Especially effective for students with outdated or inadequate language skills, ESSENTIALS offers extraordinary digital and printed exercises to help students build confidence as they review grammar, punctuation, and writing guidelines.
Media English develops the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of media students and professionals, enabling them to work more confidently and effectively. Covering a range of media-related fields including newspapers, television, radio and marketing, the eight standalone units enable students to concentrate on the areas that are most relevant to them. As well as teaching specialist language, the course also develops job-specific skills such as writing headlines, producing advertisements and preparing a pitch. Authentic teaching materials such as newspaper articles and blogs help prepare learners for real working life.
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This Medical Language Instant Translator provides quick access to useful, medically related information for both laypersons and students entering health related professions. Today we are increasingly exposed to medical terminology, whether it be at the doctor’s offie, on the Internet, or in the media. Analyzing and understanding these terms allow us to participate in important issues affecting our society, as well as to make better decisions about our own health.
In the Corporation is a skills based business English course for professional adults who are seeking to realise their full potential as self-reliant speakers of English in both professional and social situations. It trains students in the language and skills which are immediately transferable to the workplace. Each lesson is a stand-alone, fast-track to competence in a particular skill.