|Author: Steven J. Matthiesen|
|Essential Words for the TOEFL answers these questions and provides you with a proven plan for improving your English vocabulary while also preparing you for the TOEFL. The words and practice questions that appear throughout this book will help you to maximize your understanding of words that will likely appear in every section of the TOEFL. Important information about how to maximize your score on the TOEFL is given in addition to vocabulary building hints and exercises. By following the program and mastering the words in this book, you will be ready to earn a higher score on the TOEFL.|
|Author: Bridget Aucoin, Louisa Chawhan|
|There are three main parts to this book. The Academic Reading is Part 1 and the Academic Writing is divided into two sections: Part 2 for Task 1 and Part 3 for Task 2. The units and the activities have been numbered separately in each section. Answers for the activities and the practice tests are in the Answer Key at the end of the book.|
|Author: Denise Young, Neilane Liew|
|There are two main sections to this book: the Listening and the Speaking. The units and the activities have been numbered separately in each section. You find answers for some activities within the text of the book. Answers for other activities and the Practice Tests are in the Answer Key in Appendix 2. Transcripts for all listening tests and activities are in Appendix 1.
|Author: Karen Dyer, Dave Harwood|
|Level: CEFR B2|
|FCE Practice Tests faithfully recreates the Cambridge English: First (FCE) examination in both paper and computer formats giving students plenty of opportunities to accustom themselves to the tasks required.|
|Author: Rawdon Wyatt|
|Level: A2/KET, B1/PET/BEC Pre, B2/FCE/BEC Van, C1/CAE/BEC Higher, C2/CPE|
If you want to practise and develop your knowledge of phrasal verbs and idioms, you will find this book very useful. The various exercises contain many of the most common phrasal verbs and idioms, together with some useful spoken expressions that you might expect to hear or use in an English-speaking environment.