True to Life Personal Study Workbook is a course designed especially for adult learners of English.
Key features of the course are: • Original content and tasks which will engage the interest of adult learners • Use of learners' own knowledge, experience and creativity • Development of grammar and vocabulary through interactive tasks • Review and development in every unit • Wide range of cross-cultural material • 'Dual level' recordings, offering a choice of shorter or longer and more challenging versions of many listening tasks
For partners seeking harmony, how we express ourselves is as important as what we say. This CD helps us figure out which words and actions our spouse interprets as loving and affirming, and which ones are indifferent and demeaning.Click here for the Study Guide for Spouse and Group Discussion
The focus of Language, Identity and Study Abroad is on issues of identity and intercultural competence in the context of students facing the challenges of study abroad, in particular students from Asia. Thoroughly grounded in recent research and, in particular, sociocultural studies in language acquisition and socialization, the book offers both a critical chronicle and a demonstration of how combining distinct methodologies can contribute to a rich account of experience.
Magazine brings the intelligent, interested ordinary person the latest scientific and technological breakthroughs, while examining the issues that these throw up. It hails from the US and features cutting-edge technology and insightful commentary from scientists, scientific journalists, and other experts at the forefront of scientific study but is always presented in an interesting, vibrant way that breathes life into the subject
Description A four-level course with a strong emphasis on grammar, reading, and vocabulary. Overview Top Score's topics and Culture Focus pages broaden students' education and activities develop skills that are essential for academic study. Top Score builds on the language students have learned already, extending their knowledge through.
In this volume leading academics in Interactional Linguistics and Conversation Analysis consider the notion of units for the study of language and interaction. Amongst the issues being explored are the role and relevance of traditionally accepted linguistic units for the analysis of naturally occurring talk, and the identification of new units of conduct in interaction. While some chapters make suggestions on how existing linguistic units can be adapted to suit the study of conversation, others present radically new perspectives on how language in interaction should be described, conceptualised and researched.