Just Vocabulary Podcast - Audio Lessons to Improve Your English Vocabulary
JustVocabulary is an English vocabulary audio podcast that introduces words from the GRE, SAT and TOEFL lists. The podcast has been going strong since 2005, which is more than most podcasts can claim! JustVocabulary introduces two words per episode and explains them in detail including antonyms, synonyms and example sentences. There are literally hundreds of episodes to choose from, providing listeners with hours and hours of content and hundreds of vocabulary terms. It's really impressive.
Recycling Advanced English with Key (Revised Edition)
Recycling Advanced English is for students at advanced level who wish to improve their general English and/or prepare for the Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or the revised Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE). It can be used to supplement any coursebook at this level, and is suitable for use in the classroom, for homework, or (in the case of the With Key edition) for self-study.
EAP English for Academic Study: Listening Course Book + Audio (2nd Edition)
English for academic study: Listening is based around transcripts from authentic lectures recorded in a genuine academic environment and, hence, is ideal for students preparing for English-medium study. The lectures are recorded on DVD to provide the student with an authentic learning experience. The lecture extracts are taken from a range of academic fields, including banking, development economics, marketing, psychology and linguistics. The extracts have been chosen to be accessible to a general audience, while at the same time appealing to students studying these subjects.
Practice Tests Plus books include audio and colour visual materials allowing students to practise for the speaking and listening papers at home sample answer sheets and a guide to the exam so your students know what to expect answer key and tapescript to support teachers doing exam practice in class.
This is one of these books that you've probably never heard of, fortunately for those lovers of 'ancient books', it has been saved from oblivion. However published in 1966 it still has very up-to-date content. It checks learner's vocabulary through variety of exercises such as drill questions, filling missing words or grouping words. It is a very useful source of enriching once vocabulary - dedicated for at least upper-intermediate and advanced students. Students preparing for their FCE, CAE, CPE or other similar exams will find this book truly interesting.