This second edition of Objective CAE has revised for the updated CAE exam syllabus introduced in December 2008. The course is written by experienced authors who have an in-depth knowledge of the CAE exam, and contains material informed by the Cambridge Learner Corpus which highlights typical mistakes made by CAE candidates The Self-study Student's Book contains a self-study section with answers and advice to students studying independently. A Student's Book, Teacher's Book, Audio CD set and Workbooks with and without answers are also available.
Table of ContentsUnit 1. Getting to know you; Exam Folder 1; Unit 2. Keeping in touch; Writing Folder 1. Notes and notices; Unit 3. The real you; Exam Folder 2; Unit 4. Acting on instructions; Writing Folder 2. Informal letters; Unit 5. Dear Sir or Madam; Revision Units 1-5; Unit 6. Speak after the tone; Exam Folder 3; Unit 7. Running a business; Writing Folder 3. Formal letters; Unit 8. The best thing since sliced bread; Exam Folder 4; Unit 9. You live and learn; Writing Folder 4. Reports and proposals; Unit 10. I have a dream; Revision Units 6-10; Unit 11. Read all about it; Exam Folder 5; Unit 12. In a nutshell; Writing Folder 5. Articles; Unit 13. Leaf through a leaflet; Exam Folder 6; Unit 14. Views from the platform; Writing Folder 6. Leaflets; Unit 15. If you want to know what I think ...; Revision Units 11-15; Unit 16. Raving and panning; Exam Folder 7; Unit 17. Do it for my sake; Writing Folder 7. Reviews; Unit 18. May I introduce ...; Exam Folder 8; Unit 19. Feeding the mind; Writing Folder 8. Articles, reports and memos; Unit 20. Answers on a postcard; Revision Units 16-20; Unit 21. Travel broadens the mind; Exam Folder 9; Unit 22. Under the weather; Writing Folder 9. Descriptive writing; Unit 23. I'm afraid I really must insist; Exam Folder 10; Unit 24. News and views; Writing Folder 10. Formal writing; Unit 25. Powers of observation; Revision Units 21-25; Unit 26. Natural wonders; Exam Folder 11; Unit 27. A friend in need; Writing Folder 11. Informal writing; Unit 28. Weighing up the pros and cons; Exam Folder 12; Unit 29. A testing question; Writing Folder 12. Descriptive, narrative and discursive articles; Unit 30. Why should we employ you?; Revision Units 25-30, Grammar Folder; AnswerKeys.