Cambridge First Certificate Listening and Speaking Student's book

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Cambridge First Certificate Listening and Speaking combines motivating, varied practice of listening and speaking skills with effective training for papers 4 and 5 of the exam. Listening and speaking units alternate, each introducing and practising specific skills and language areas, which are then followed up by an exam format task. Cambridge First Certificate Listening and Speaking • begins with a Foundation unit to increase awareness of target skills • sets out clear aims at the start of each unit • includes ...
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1992 Trade paperback Student ed. New. Brand new book/slightly shelf-aged to cover-ships immediately Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 128 p. Cambridge First Certificate ... Skills. Audience: General/trade. Read more Show Less

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Cambridge First Certificate Listening and Speaking combines motivating, varied practice of listening and speaking skills with effective training for papers 4 and 5 of the exam. Listening and speaking units alternate, each introducing and practising specific skills and language areas, which are then followed up by an exam format task. Cambridge First Certificate Listening and Speaking • begins with a Foundation unit to increase awareness of target skills • sets out clear aims at the start of each unit • includes regular Exam Tips' on key exam techniques • builds and recycles topic vocabulary throughout • contains final review units and two practice tests The Teacher's Book provides guidelines on timing and a complete tapescript. As in the rest of the series, it suggests ideas for further activities and contains a comprehensive key to the exercises.
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This book 'aims to provide motivating communication practice in these skills (speaking and listening) along with effective exam training … is also suitable for non-exam learners at upper-intermediate level'. So says the introduction, and indeed it does, and is just that. Pat Wenger, ATESOL ACT No 1 1993

The text is extremely user-friendly and the format is clear, lively and conducive to positive thinking. The illustrations include drawings, cartoons and stimulating photographs. The taped material is of the usual high Cambridge standard at reasonable cost. Anna Kohler, Queensland College of English, QATESOL, No 3 1993

[The] text covers all the spelling and listening skills I could imagine students requiring, Students would be extremely well prepared at the completion of the course … very time efficient … Many of the activities encourage students to use their imagination, which serves to keep students on task during what could otherwise become routine language practice … The book is a lot of fun: diverse, comprehensive, interesting and enjoyable. It's also one of the only texts I have come across that has a foundation unit which teaches students how to listen before they embark on the exercises. Ainslie Robinson, Perth Modern School ILC, Tesol Links, Vol 22, April 1993

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Table of Contents

1. Time out;
2. Every picture tells a story;
3. Who, what, where?;
4. It can't have been the octopus!;
5. Bear country;
6. Pet hates;
7. All in a day's work;
8. Suit yourself;
9. Ideal home;
10. Upstairs, downstairs;
11. Talking shop;
12. You only live once;
13. Travelling light;
14. It's your world;
15. Listening review;
16. Speaking review;
17. Practice test: Listening;
18. Practice test: Speaking.
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