The New Cambridge English Course is a four-level course for learners of English. Level 4 takes learners from intermediate to a good upper-intermediate standard (approximately at the level of the Cambridge First Certificate). It can be used with learners who have studied previous levels of the course, or as an independent upper-intermediate course. The Test Book meets the needs of teachers in schools where assessment testing is required. Test Book 4 includes an entry test together with five unseen tests covering the same material as the five corresponding progress tests in Student's Book 4. Teachers are permitted to photocopy the tests for distribution to their students. The Test Book also provides methodological advice on effective testing, as well as a full answer key to all the tests.
This is a revised and updated edition of the classic pronunciation title Ship or Sheep? This new edition of Ship or Sheep?, an accessible intermediate-level pronunciation course in full colour for students of English, provides systematic practice of English pronunciation, with an emphasis on minimal pairs, through a wide variety of interesting exercises and activities. The course is suitable for classroom use or for self-study. This pack contains the 3rd edition of Ship or Sheep? and a set of 4 audio CDs.
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New Practical Chinese Reader is a new series of textbooks designed for native English speakers to learn Chinese. This series consists of seventy lessons in six volumes, covering beginning to intermediate levels, for three years of instruction. New Practical Chinese Reader has been compiled under the guidance of the NOCFL Syllabus and in consultation with the HSK Guideline. The objective of New Practical Chinese Reader is to develop the student's ability to communicate using Chinese through the study of language structure, language function, and related cultural knowledge along with the training of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.