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Focus on grammer-advanced
Author: Jay Maurer
Publisher: Longman /Exceller Software
Released: December 1996 (UK)
Format: Interactive CD-ROM
The Advanced Level includes: Review of all tenses, modals of necessity and certainty, count and non-count nouns, articles, quantifiers, adjective clauses, passive voice, auxiliaries and phrasal verbs, gerunds and infinitives, adverbs, noun clauses, unreal conditions.
This ESL software is suitable for self-directed learning and also as an extension to regular classwork - students can use it outside class to practice areas where they may have problems, or to improve their skills. The software is also suitable as a primer for the TOEFL and TOEIC exams.
Title: Focus on Grammar: An Advanced Course for Reference and Practice
Author: Jay Maurer
Publisher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company
Publication Date: 1996-01
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December 7th, 2006
Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL® (IBT)
Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL® Test: Next Generation (IBT),
a package without the CDROM
# Paperback: 640 pages
# Publisher: Pearson ESL (May 19, 2005)
# Language: English
# ISBN-10: 0131950517
# ISBN-13: 978-0131950511
# written by Deborah Phillips,
It gives students all the tools they need to succeed on the new TOEFL® integrated-skills test. Providing both a comprehensive language skills course and a wealth of practice for all sections of the test, the Longman Preparation Course is appropriate for courses in TOEFL® Test preparation or as a supplement to more General English courses.Note: You must have the audio program to use the listening material (the Skills Practice, the Mini-Tests, and the Complete Tests) in the textbook.
The Student Book features:Authentic material for all the new types of passages and questions on the test.Diagnostic pre-tests and post-tests that allow students to identify strengths and weaknesses and assess improvement in each section.Practice sections for the four skills: Reading provides practice exercises in the new test formats, including filling in a table or chart and paraphrasing. Listening provides authentic conversations between two people in an academic setting and academic lectures with new questions about a speaker’s attitude or purpose. Speaking includes personal and expository tasks and integrated tasks. Writing consists of expository and integrated tasks: reading/listening/writing. Eight mini-tests that preview the test’s integrated four-skills format. Two complete practice tests that familiarize students with the actual test format and timing.