New Interchange Level 1 Student's Book 1: English for International Communication
Cambridge University Press, Aug 13, 1997 - Foreign Language Study - 152 pages
New Interchange is the second edition of Interchange, one of the world's most successful English courses for adult and young adult learners of English at the beginning and intermediate levels. New Interchange incorporates suggestions from students and teachers using the first edition from around the world. It offers more comprehensive grammar presentation and practice, more opportunities to develop listening skills and build fluency, as well as fresh new content in every unit. New Interchange features high-interest topics, a focus on both accuracy and fluency, and a multi-skills syllabus integrating themes, structures, functions, vocabulary, and pronunciation. The underlying philosophy of the course is that language is best learned when used for meaningful communication. New Interchange is written in American English, but reflects the fact that English is the major language of international communication, and is not limited to any one country, region, or culture.
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