Pdf Book Name: English Vocabulary in Use Elementary Book with Answers and Enhanced eBook 3rd Edition: Vocabulary Reference and Practice
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English Vocabulary in Use Elementary Book with Answers and Enhanced eBook 3rd Edition : Vocabulary Reference and Practice Pdf Book Description:
This book can be used in class or as a self-study book. It is intended for learners at A1–A2 levels of the Council of Europe scale. It aims to take learners with a very basic level of vocabulary to a point where they can use approximately 2,000 words and phrases and teaches them around 1, 250 new words and phrases. The vocabulary has been chosen for its usefulness in everyday situations, and we consulted a written and spoken corpus of present-day English to help us decide on the words and phrases to be included. The new vocabulary (on average 20–30 items per unit)is presented with photos or illustrations and explanations on the left hand page, and there are exercises and activities on the right hand page. There is an Answer key and an Index with pronunciation for all the key vocabulary. The book focuses not just on single words, but also on useful phrases and collocations. For example, difficult teaching points such as the difference between do and make are dealt with through collocation The book is organised around everyday topics, but also has units devoted to core verbs such as get and bring/take.Typical errors are indicated where appropriate, and the most typical meanings and uses are focused on for each key item.
The units in the book can be used in any order you like, but it is often a good idea to do blocks of units based round the same topic (e.g.People,Athome,Leisure). The right handpages offer a variety of different types of activities, including traditional ones such as gap filling, but also more open ended ones and personalised activities which enable learners to talk about their own lives. Although the activities and exercises are designed for self study, they can easily be adapted for pair work,group work or whole-class activities in the usual ways. For example, where there are dialogues, students can take the speaking parts and practice the conversations, and where the exercises have questions and answers, students can practice asking each other the questions and answering them. See who has the best ideas for recording vocabulary in their notebook. The Answer key sometimes gives alternative answers to the exercises, and also gives possible model answers for the more personalised ones. When the learners have worked through a group of units, it is a good idea to repeat some of the work (for example, the exercises) and to expand on the meaning and use of key words and phrases by extra discussion in class, and find other examples of the key items in other texts and situations. This can be done at intervals of one to three months after first working on a unit. This is important, since it is usually the case that learners need five to seven exposures to a word or phrase before they can really know it, and no single book can do enough to ensure that words are always learnt first time.
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