As the UK’s best selling military history title, Britain at War is dedicated in exploring every aspect of Britain’s involvement in conflicts from the turn of the 20th century through to modern day. From World War I to the Falklands, World War II to Iraq, readers are able to relive decisive moments in Britain’s history through fascinating insight combined with rare and previously unseen photography.
Writing for the Real World 2 - SBWriting for the Real World is a 2-level writing course in international English, designed for young adult and adult learners. It provides simple step-by-step practice in writing emails, letters, faxes, forms, and CVs. It also practices a range of useful functions from discussing travel plans, making inquiries, placing orders, to making payment.
Writing for the Real Word 2 (Pre-intermediate) - An Introduction to Business Writing
This is the 2nd book in the 2-part series of writing courses in international English with an emphasis on e-mail writing.
New Scientist is superbly written, features great design and photography throughout and is accessible to anyone interested in science, regardless of their level of knowledge or qualifications. Each issue of this great weekly mag brings you all the news from the world of science, covering every discipline such as physics, biology, chemistry and some wonderfully advanced ideas such as quantum mechanics and string theory.
New Challenges helps students become more effective learners and better citizens of the world through personal development. The information-driven approach in New Challengesencourages teenagers to think about the world around them and provides lively achievable tasks, building their confidence, creativity, participation and performance. With New Challengesteachers make lessons educational, successful and fun!
Is there an objective world, or is everything relative? Do matter, time and space change, or do they remain constant everywhere in the universe? Is there always a relationship between cause and effect, or do some things "just happen?" Many of our basic ideas about the world have been shaped by science—but seldom are such discoveries accepted easily or willingly.