Cambridge in Use Series

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Hi everyone!

In this post, I would like to suggest a book series called Cambridge in Use.

This best-selling series offers reference and practice of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and even professional and academic for those who need to improve their English skills in elementary, intermediate and advanced levels. Perfect for both classroom teaching and self-study, teachers have been recommending in Use for over 30 years. 

Grammar

Comprehensive, easy to use and flexible, the grammar reference and practice books cover all levels from elementary to advanced. There are also bilingual editions, ebooks and mobile apps, all written with the learner in mind. Choose your Grammar in Use.

Vocabulary

The Vocabulary series gives you the words you need to communicate with confidence. Whether the focus is on general vocabulary, business vocabulary or on specific areas such as collocations, idioms and phrasal verbs, there’s an in Use to meet your needs.

Pronunciation

The Pronunciation series focuses on helping you to understand English and to be understood. Simple explanations, guidance, plenty of practice activities and lots of free, downloadable audio help with both listening and speaking skills. Choose your Pronunciation in Use.

Professional and Academic

Whether your specialty is Engineering, Finance, ICT, Law, Management, Marketing or Medicine, there’s a Professional or Academic in Use for you. These reference and practice books are ideal if you’re studying or you need to use specialist vocabulary in the workplace. Choose your Professional or Academic English in Use. To learn more, click HERE.

To learn more about each title click HERE. You can easily find all titles for an affordable price on Amazon’s website.

I hope you like this suggestion and enjoy your Cambridge in Use books.

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