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CONTENTS

New Titles Test Software Levels 1-5

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p. 11 Attitude CCD

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Starter portada

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Level Chart

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Scope & Sequence

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Young Adult & Adult Courses

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Skills, Grammar & Vocabulary

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English for Academic Purposes

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Professional & ESP

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Exams

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Dictionaries

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Readers

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Digital

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Methodology

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Index

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Young Adult & Adult Courses CEF/ALTE

Cambridge ESOL Exams

TOEFL cbt

ibt

pbt

IELTS Band

• (Starter)

Macmillan Coursebooks • Sky High Starter • New American Inside Out Beginner

• A1 Breakthrough • ALTE Breakthrough

• 57-93

• 17-31

• 347-393

• 1.0-2.0

• A1-A2 Breakthrough • ALTE Level 1

• American Inspiration 1 • Attitude Starter • Sky High/Skyline 1 • New American Inside Out Beginner • Style Update 1 • English with Style 1-2

• Attitude 1 • Sky High/Skyline 2

• A2 Waystage • ALTE Level 1

• KET (Key English Test)

• 97-123

• 32-42

• 397-433

• 3.0

• American Inspiration 2 • Attitude 2 • Sky High/Skyline 3 • (New) American Inside Out Elementary • Style Update 2 • English with Style 3-4 • The Business Pre-intermediate • In Company Elementary

• B1 Threshold • ALTE Level 2

• PET (Preliminary English Test)

• 127-173

• 43-61

• 437-510

• 3.5-4.5

• American Inspiration 3 • Attitude 3 • Sky High/Skyline 4 • (New) American Inside Out Pre-intermediate • Style 3 • English with Style 5-6 • The Business Intermediate • In Company Pre-intermediate

• B1-B2 Vantage • ALTE Level 2-3

• Pre-FCE (First Certificate in English)

• B2 Vantage • ALTE Level 3

• FCE (First Certificate in English)

• 177-233

• 62-91

• 513-587

• 5.0-6.0

• Attitude 5 • American Inside Out Upper-intermediate • The Business Upper-intermediate • In Company Upper-Intermediate

• C1 Effective Operational Proficiency • ALTE Level 4

• CAE (Certificate in Advanced English)

• 237-273

• 92-112

• 590-637

• 6.5-7.0

• American Inside Out Advanced • The Business Advanced

• C2 Mastery • ALTE Level 5

• CPE (Cambridge Proficiency in English)

• 277-300

• 113-120

• 640-677

• 7.5-9.0

• American Inspiration 4 • Attitude 4 • Sky High/Skyline 5 • American Inside Out Intermediate • In Company Intermediate

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LEVEL CHART

Macmillan Exam Resources

Macmillan Digital Resources

Other Macmillan Resources

• Viewpoints Essentials • New American Inside Out Beginner Practice Online • New Inside Out Beginner Digital • One Stop English • Essential Language Practice • TOEFL Preparation Course

Macmillan Dictionaries

Macmillan Readers

• Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

• Macmillan Readers (Starter)

• Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

• Macmillan Readers (Starter & Beginner)

• Sky High 1 Practice Online • American Inspiration 1 Practice Online • Viewpoints 1 • New American Inside Out Beginner Practice Online • New Inside Out Beginner Digital • Language Games CD-ROM • Macmillan English Campus • One Stop English

• Skyline Resource Books 1 • Macmillan English Grammar in Context (Essential)

• Sky High 2 Practice Online

• Skyline Resource Books 2 • Learning to Listen 1

• Elementary Language Practice • KET Testbuilder • TOEFL Preparation Course • IELTS Testbuilder

• Sky High 3 Practice Online • American Inspiration 2 Practice Online • New American Inside Out Elementary Practice Online • New Inside Out Elementary Digital • CEF A2 Practice Online • Language Games CD-ROM • Macmillan English Campus • One Stop English

• Skyline Resource Books 3 • Macmillan English Grammar in Context (Essential) • Learning to Listen 2 • Telephone English

• Diccionario Macmillan Castillo • Macmillan School Dictionary • Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

• Macmillan Readers (Elementary) • Reading Keys (Introducing)

• Language Practice • Ready for PET • PET Testbuilder • PET Practice Online • TOEFL Preparation Course

• Sky High 4 Practice Online • American Inspiration 3 Practice Online • New American Inside Out Pre-intermediate Practice Online • New Inside Out Pre-intermediate Digital • CEF B1 Practice Online • Language Games CD-ROM • Macmillan English Campus • One Stop English

• Skyline Resource Books 4 • Macmillan English Grammar in Context (Intermediate) • Learning to Listen 3 • Paragraph Writing • Telephone English • Email English

• Macmillan School Dictionary • Macmillan Essential Dictionary • Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

• Macmillan Readers (Pre-intermediate) • Reading Keys (Developing) • Reading Styles

• Intermediate Language Practice • IELTS Testbuilder

• Sky High 5 Practice Online • American Inspiration 4 Practice Online • New Inside Out Intermediate Digital

• Skyline Resource Books 5 • College Writing

• Macmillan English Dictionary

• Macmillan Readers (Intermediate) • Reading Keys (Extending)

• First Certificate Language Practice • Ready for FCE • First Certificate Testbuilder • FCE Practice Online • TOEIC Practice Online • TOEFL Practice Online • TOEFL Preparation Course • IELTS Testbuilder • IELTS Foundation • Improve your IELTS Skills

• New Inside Out Upper-intermediate Digital • CEF B2 Practice Online • Language Games CD-ROM • Macmillan English Campus • One Stop English

• Macmillan English Grammar in Context (Intermediate) • Email English • Presentations in English • Check Your Vocabulary

• Macmillan Essential Dictionary • Macmillan English Dictionary • Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

• Macmillan Readers (Upper-intermediate)

• Advanced Language Practice • Ready for CAE • CAE Testbuilder • TOEIC Practice Online • TOEFL Preparation Course • IELTS Graduation • Improve your IELTS Skills

• Advanced Academic English Practice Online • CEF C1 Practice Online • Language Games CD-ROM • Macmillan English Campus • One Stop English

• Macmillan English Grammar in Context (Advanced) • Presentations in English • Check Your Vocabulary

• Macmillan English Dictionary • Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

• Macmillan Readers (Upper-intermediate)

• Advanced Language Practice • New Proficiency Testbuilder

• Advanced Academic English Practice Online • CEF C2 Practice Online • Macmillan English Campus • One Stop English

• Macmillan English Grammar in Context (Advanced)

• Macmillan English Dictionary • Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

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D I R E C T

• Macmillan Readers (Beginner & Elementary)

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A2

A1-A2

A1

Starters

CEF Level

• Present simple & progressive • Past simple: used to • Future: going to/will, all forms • Present perfect • Present & past passive • Zero conditional • First conditional: unless • Second conditional • can/could/should/would/must/may/have to • how much?/how many? • Reflexive & indefinite pronouns • so/neither

Level 2

• Present simple • Present progressive • Past simple: was/were, all forms • Imperatives • Present progressive for future reference • Past progressive • there is/there are, there was/there were • can/should/shouldn’t • Comparative & superlative adjectives • Countable & uncountable nouns • Quantifiers: a lot of, some, any, a few, a little • Adverbs of frequency • Possessive - ‘s • Possessive adjectives & pronouns • this/that/these/those

Level 1

Style Update

• Present perfect & present perfect progressive • Conditionals: first & second • Present & past passive • Reported statements & commands • used to • get/have something done • must/may/might/can’t • too/enough/too much/too many • I wish … • Relative clauses • Verb + to or -ing • Connectors

Level 3

• used to • Conditionals: first & second • Time expressions • too/enough/too much/too many • Connectors • Relative clauses • Present & past passive • Verb + to or -ing • Causatives: get/have something done • must/may/might/can’t • Expressing present wishes & future hopes • Present perfect progressive

Level 3

• much/many/a lot of • Object pronouns • Past simple • Past progressive • Future: going to/will/won’t & present progressive • Gerunds & infinitives • Comparative & superlative adjectives • need to/have to/want to • Present perfect • make vs do

Level 2

Level 2 • Present perfect: ever/never/for/since/How long...? • Past progressive • will/won’t/might/can/could • need to/have to • Gerunds & infinitives • Comparative & superlative adjectives • Object pronouns • Possessive pronouns • much/many/a lot of • Prepositions of place

• Adverbs of frequency • can/can’t • Present progressive • Imperatives • some/any + countable & uncountable nouns • Past simple: was/were, regular & irregular verbs • Future

Level 1

• Indefinite articles • Verb be, all forms • Demonstrative adjectives • Possessive adjectives & - ‘s • there is/there are • Present simple • Questions & answers with do

Starter Level

Sky High

• Present simple: be, regular & irregular verbs • Present progressive • Past simple: was/were, regular & irregular verbs • Imperatives • Future: going to & present progressive • can/should • there is/there are • some/any + countable & uncountable nouns • Adverbs of frequency

Level 1

Skyline

Scope & Sequence

• Present progressive • Suggestions • some/any • how much?/how many? • Apostrophes • Imperatives • should/shouldn’t • Past simple • Comparative & superlative adjectives • Future: going to/will & present progressive

Level 2

• Questions & answers with do • Present simple • can/can’t • Possessive pronouns & -’s • Present progressive • Comparatives • Past simple • Connectors • want/would like

Level 1

• Possessive & demonstrative adjectives • Verbs be & have, all forms • Indefinite articles • Plurals • Prepositions of time & place • there is/there are • can for ability • Imperatives • Adverbs of frequency

Starter Level

Attitude

• Present simple • Past simple • Possessive adjectives • Prepositions of place & time • Possessive -’s • Adverbs of frequency • some/any + countable & uncountable nouns • too/enough • Subject & object pronouns • Present progressive • Comparative & superlative adjectives • Future: going to

Elementary

Inside Out and American Inside Out

• a/an • this/these • Possessive -‘s/- s’ • Present simple • Object pronouns • Past simple • there is/there are • some/any + countable & uncountable nouns • Present progressive • Comparative & superlative adjectives • can • Adverbs of manner • Future forms • Present perfect

Elementary

• Plurals • Verb be, present simple • Possessive -‘s • Present simple • there is/there are • some/any • Subject & object pronouns • Adverbs of frequency • Present progressive • Verb be, past simple • Past simple

Beginner

New Inside Out and American Inside Out

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C1

B2

B1-B2

B1

• Simple & progressive forms, all tenses • Active & passive • Conditionals: zero, first, second & third • Future: will & future perfect • Past modals: should have/might have, etc. • Adverbials: types & position • Phrasal verbs • Inversion after neither/nor, so/such • Participle clauses • Verb patterns: get/have

Advanced

• Simple & progressive forms, all tenses • Future: will/going to & present progressive • Modals: must/should/can’t/could/may • verb + to or -ing • Definite & indefinite articles • Relative clauses: defining & non-defining • Quantity: determiners & quantifiers • Question tags • Adjective & dependent prepositions

Upper-Intermediate

Level 5

• Vague language • Definite & zero articles • Conditional conjunctions • Cohesive devices • Adverbs & adverbials • would/used to • Modals of obligation, necessity & deduction • Comparative patterns • Causatives • Linking ideas: time, contrast, reason, purpose, result, addition • Unreal past forms • Perfect aspect • Inversion • Compounds • Modality

• Past progressive • Present perfect: since/for/ever/never • Future: going to/will/will be doing/will have done • Reported speech • Conditionals: zero, first, second & third • must/should/can/have to • could/may • I wish …, all forms • Time expressions

Intermediate

• Past progressive • Present perfect • Modals of advice, obligation, permission • Phrasal verbs • Dynamic & stative meanings • Passives • Present perfect simple & progressive • Indirect questions • will for prediction • Relative clauses • Narrative tenses • used to

Pre-Intermediate

• used to/be used to doing • I wish…/if only… • Present perfect: since/for • Second conditional • Third conditional • Past perfect • Past perfect progressive • Relative clauses • should have/must have/might have, etc. • Passive & passive modals • Noun clauses • Quantifiers • Reported speech • Future progressive • Future perfect

Level 4

• Reflexive & reciprocal pronouns • both/neither • Past progressive • used to • Tag questions • Indirect questions • First conditional • Modals of deduction • Intensifiers & qualifiers • Present perfect • Present perfect progressive

Level 3

Forthcoming

Advanced

Forthcoming

Upper-Intermediate

Forthcoming

Intermediate

Forthcoming

Pre-Intermediate

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• Past time clauses • whoever/whatever/whenever/wherever • Word order with multi-word verbs • Indefinite pronouns: everyone/nobody/ something/anywhere • The definite article • Types of relative clauses • Use of active & passive • Mixed conditionals: if/unless • Aspects of adverbs & adverbials

Level 5

Level 5 • Simple & progressive forms, all tenses • Active & passive • Mixed conditionals • whoever/whatever/whenever/wherever • Indefinite pronouns: everyone/nobody/ something/anywhere • Stative verbs • Relative clauses • Past time clauses

• Relative clauses • Conditionals: zero, first & second • Phrasal verbs • Past perfect • Past reported speech • Adjective order • Quantifiers • Expressing obligation & necessity • Third conditional • Past modals: should have/must have/might have, etc. • Future progressive & future simple • Future perfect

Level 4

• Past perfect • Zero conditional • Third conditional • Future progressive & will • Future perfect • Reported speech • Past modals: must have, should have, etc. • would/used to • Phrasal verbs • Adjective order • I wish… • Question tags

Level 4

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• Narrative tenses: simple past, past progressive, past perfect • Future: going to/will/ simple present/present progressive • Present perfect: already/yet/just • Present perfect progressive: for/since • Present perfect passive • Future progressive & perfect • Past perfect • Past modals: should have/must have/might have, etc. • Third conditional: wish + past perfect • Reported speech: statements & questions • Indirect questions • Question tags • Relative clauses: who/that/which • Comparisons: too/enough/so … that • get/have something done

Level 3


New American Inside Out Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones Starter A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

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New American Inside Out is a new edition of the successful series American Inside Out. It takes all the best elements of the original series – including the emphasis on personalization and meaning – and adds a host of brand-new features.

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What’s new?

• Every Student’s Book comes with a multimedia CD-ROM with interactive practice and extension activities • A brand-new Beginner level • New components: Viewpoints DVD with online worksheets, and Interactive Whiteboard Software • Expanded grammar sections offer comprehensive coverage of key language points, while the new Grammar Extra sections recycle and review this language • New Useful Phrases and Vocabulary Extra sections provide real-world language • The comprehensive, all-in-one Teacher’s Book is the perfect course companion, providing teacher’s notes, practical teaching tips, a photocopiable resource pack and a CD with editable tests

For more information about New American Inside Out Practice Online, see page 49.

Beginner Elementary ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Pack 809-139-8 809-149-7 Workbook Pack 809-142-8 809-152-7 Teacher’s Pack 809-145-9 809-155-8 Class Audio CD 809-148-0 809-158-9 Split Edition Student’s Pack A 809-203-6 809-207-4 Student’s Pack B 809-204-3 809-208-1 Workbook Pack A 809-205-0 809-209-8 Workbook Pack B 809-206-7 809-210-4

Pre-intermediate 650-440-1 650-443-2 650-446-3 650-469-2 650-470-8 650-481-4 650-482-1 650-493-7

(The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Student’s CD-ROM. The Workbook Pack contains the Workbook and the Audio CD. The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the Test CD.)

Inside out and American Inside Out Sue Kay and Vaughan Jones

Related Resources

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Rebecca (p.44) Macmillan English Dictionary (p.31) Ready for CAE (p.27) New American Inside Out MPO (p.49) CEF MPO (p.46) Viewpoints (p.16)

American Inside Out is a complete five-level course for teaching American English to adults and young adults, taking students from elementary to advanced level. It offers comprehensive language development with a greater emphasis on the use of language for real, purposeful tasks that students need to perform in their personal, academic and professional lives. Inside Out is the British English version.

For Students Workbook Student’s Book Interesting reading and listening texts, based on authentic sources such as magazines and websites, develop students’ grammatical framework and extend their vocabulary. There is a strong emphasis on personalization, to ensure tasks are relevant for students.

Contains reading and listening activities, grammar and vocabulary exercises, pronunciation work and, a complete self-contained writing course. Includes a free Audio CD, with listening material.

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Young adults For Teachers Resource Pack

Teacher’s Book

DVD-ROM

Video

Interactive version of the Video. Users can scroll through the script as they watch the video on their computer, save words and expressions from the script, and consult the online Macmillan English Dictionary (see page 31).

Contains over an hour of video material directly linked to the language and topics of the Student’s Books. The accompanying Video Activity Book includes photocopiable worksheets, video scripts, extra communicative activities and cross-cultural discussion sections.

Test CD A Test CD for all levels facilitates evaluation, with mini revision tests for each unit, and mid- and end-of course tests, as well as two placement tests.

Class CD

Pre- Upper- ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Elementary Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate American Inside Out Student’s Book 1448-9 2452-5 0262-2 0268-4 Workbook Pack (with key) 7445-2 7446-9 7447-6 7448-3 Workbook Pack (without key) 7440-7 7441-4 7442-1 7443-8 Teacher’s Book 1454-0 2456-3 0263-9 0269-1 Class CD 1457-1 2462-4 0300-1 0306-3 Resource Pack 1459-5 2460-0 0265-3 0271-4 Video 2261-3 2262-0 2263-7 2264-4 Video Activity Book 6887-1 6888-8 0266-0 0272-1 DVD-ROM 3130-1 3131-8 3132-5 3133-2 Test CD (all levels) 6646-4 Split Edition Student’s Book A Student’s Book B Workbook A Workbook B

Provides the listening component.

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ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Inside Out Student’s Book 92440-2 92385-6 Teacher’s Book 97580-0 97587-9 Class CD 97584-8 97591-6 Resource Pack 97582-4 97589-3 Video Teacher’s Book 95930-5 95932-9 Video 1-4050-1418-2 1-4050-0276-9

To register for free weekly e-lessons, visit the Inside Out website www.insideout.net

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Workbook Pack (with key) 2863-9 Test CD (all levels) 6612-9

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Contains photocopiable worksheets linked to the Student’s Book.

Provides suggested alternative procedures for how to cover different teaching situations such as large or small, or monolingual or multilingual classes, as well as audioscripts and answer keys for each lesson.

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ATTITUDE Kate Fuscoe, Barbara Garside and Luke Prodromou

Related Resources

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The Great Gatsby (p.42) Macmillan English Dictionary (p.31) Ready for FCE (p.27) FCE MPO (p.48) Macmillan English Campus (p.2) Viewpoints (p.16)

Attitude is a complete six level course in American English. The Starter level provides true beginners with an accessible entry point, while levels 1-5 take students from elementary through advanced level. Attitude helps students develop solid learning foundations through a comprehensive program of language exposure, analysis, and practice, providing the confidence students need in order to express themselves and approach learning with enthusiasm.

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Student’s Book Units are theme-based, presenting interesting, thought-provoking content from which language skill development exercises naturally flow. A comprehensive Language Resource and Develop Your Writing or Study Skills section in each unit encourage learner autonomy and learner development, with helpful Language Notes, Warnings, Glossaries and Useful Language sections.

For Teachers

Workbook Available in print format with audio CD, or as an interactive CD-ROM, the Workbook consolidates and practices the language presented in the Student’s Books. Specific activities practice individual grammar, vocabulary, or pronunciation points, while reading and listening skills are developed through activities related to the topics in the Student’s Book. The Grammar Summary can be used independently from the Student’s Book. [The Workbook (in either print or interactive format) is packaged with the Student’s Book]

Teacher’s Edition

Resource Book

Contains all answers and audioscripts and allows you to plan how to introduce and monitor exercises, and vary your classes with alternative presentations and optional additional activities.

DVD High-interest video clips, containing pronunciation, speaking and Everyday English activities. An accompanying DVD Activity Book offers teacher’s notes, photocopiable student’s worksheets, and a bank of Communicative Activities.

Over 30 activities to supplement the Student’s Book and Workbook, particularly in speaking, reading and writing. Each activity includes a photocopiable worksheet and comprehensive instructions.

Test CD Tests to help place students within the program and monitor and grade their progress. Available in ready-toprint and editable formats, there is one CD for the Starter level and one CD for levels 1-5.

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Young adults Test Software The Attitude Test Software allows the teacher to select items to produce printable progress tests for any unit of Attitude (levels 1-5).

Class Audio CD Two CDs per level contain all the listening material, including cover versions of the commercially available songs referred to in the texts.

Making tests is easy:

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• First select the level and unit of Attitude you wish to prepare a test for, using the Links to the left of the screen; • Then choose how many questions of each question type you want to include in the test; • Then simply click on Generate Test to produce the test. Each generated test will have a different selection of items from the item database. The tests can be generated one by one, or the teacher can generate several different tests at once. Once a test has been generated, the teacher can view it with or without answers, and/or generate an alternate test with the same items in a different order. The tests can be printed out, or saved as text files for later editing if required.

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The Attitude Test Software is available on CD-ROM or online. Visit: www.macmillan.com.mx/attitude ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Pack Student’s Interactive Pack Teacher’s Edition Class CD Resource Book DVD DVD Activity Book Test CD (Starter level) Test Software (levels 1-5)

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650-371-8 650-377-0 650-352-7 650-358-9 650-395-4 650-401-2 650-407-4

(The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Workbook and the Workbook Audio CD. The Student’s Interactive Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Workbook CD-ROM.)

ATTITUDE Split Edition Attitude is now available in a split edition, for schools that teach in semesters!

ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Book Pack A Student’s Book Pack B

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(The Student’s Book Pack contains the Student’s Book, the Workbook and the Workbook Audio CD.)

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Sky High

Related Resources The Legends of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle (p.38) Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus (p.32) PET Testbuilder (p.26) Intermediate Language Practice (p.20) Sky High MPO (p.13, 49)

Simon Brewster, Paul Davies and Mickey Rogers Starter A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Sky High is a new edition of the hugely successful Skyline. The course offers all the strengths of Skyline, but with updates to both the content and the appearance, and a strong focus on communication and grammar. It also provides more support for reading and writing, and an additional Starter level.

Workbook Provides additional language practice for classroom or home study.

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Skyline CD-ROM

Twelve units cover all the skills areas and offer access to new language together with analysis and activation of what has been learned. Lesson 4 of each unit helps the learner prepare for real-life use of English outside the classroom. Checkpoints and Learning Checks occur every two units to provide review and consolidation.

For Teachers

The Skyline CD-ROM can be used with the Sky High Student’s Books. It includes authentic footage and language presented in real situations and cultural contexts.

Skyline Resources for Teachers

Teacher’s Edition

Resource Books

Includes teaching tips, audioscripts, all answers, cultural notes, language help, ideas for learner development, and help with preparation.

Resource Pack

Song CD Includes 21 popular songs from Skyline as well as nine new songs, and gives students the opportunity to: • listen to real English in motivating contexts • increase vocabulary • recycle language from the units • practice listening comprehension • analyze the meanings of songs

Test CD Two audio CDs and a CD containing a variety of new tests in both editable and ready-to-print formats, enabling the teacher to measure students’ progress through Unit Quizzes.

Audio CD Contains dialogues and listening practice related to the topics in the Student’s Book.

The Skyline Business, Grammar and Writing Resource Books can be used with Sky High. See page 14 for more details.

The Skyline Resource Pack can be used with Sky High. It offers activities and photocopiable worksheets with a cultural and idiomatic focus.

DVD & Video Activity Book

The Skyline DVDs and Video Activity Books can be used with Sky High.

ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Book Workbook Teacher’s Edition Audio CD Song CD (levels 1-5) Test CD (levels Starter-5)

ISBN Prefix 978-970 Split Edition Student’s Book A Student’s Book B Workbook A Workbook B

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Young adults Sky High practice online A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 The perfect tool for students who are equally at home working on the Internet or in the classroom, Sky High Practice Online courses offer supplementary practice and carefully designed homework resources matching the scope and sequence of Sky High.

Grammar support

All Sky High MPO users have access to a comprehensive database of over 430 Grammar Reference units, each including a detailed explanation, learning tips and an interactive activity for reinforcement.

Award-winning ELT dictionary

All students have instant access to the Macmillan English Dictionary online (see page 31), helping them extend their vocabulary, improve pronunciation and become confident, independent learners.

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Each course is divided into 12 units, which mirror the units in the Student’s Books and provide homework and extra practice of the language points covered in Sky High. There are 150 resources in total per level, comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, and web projects. The six Checkpoint sections in each course review and reinforce the language and skills learnt in the preceding units.

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Skyline

Related Resources The Wizard of Oz (p.41) Macmillan Essential Dictionary (p.32) TOEFL Preparation Course (p.30) TOEFL MPO (p.30, 48) Sky High MPO (p.13)

Simon Brewster, Paul Davies and Mickey Rogers A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Skyline is a five-level program in American English, taking post-secondary and adult learners from beginner to upper-intermediate level. The extensive range of materials offers a flexible approach to language learning, and allows ample opportunity for students to study independently.

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For Teachers Skyline offers: • A Teacher’s Guide and Resource Pack for every level • A Video or DVD, with a Video Activity Book to accompany each level • The Skyline Website at www.skyline-english.com • Test CDs, consisting of two audio CDs supplying the test listening component, and a CD with a variety of tests in both Acrobat and Word, to use or customize as you choose. Also includes a placement test.

Skyline Multimedia Packs Available with DVD, Audio CD, or CD-ROM, these great value packs contain everything you need to study independently, and are compatible with PC or Macintosh computers. Each pack contains a Student’s Book, a Workbook and the multimedia component of your choice: DVD, CD-ROM, Audio CD, or Audio CD & CD-ROM.

Skyline Resource Books Grammar The introduction gives tips on when to use the activities, how to correct them, and ideas for creating your own.

Writing Helps students develop their writing skills with activities focusing on accuracy and fluency, a range of text types, and photocopiable worksheets.

Business Focuses on developing students’ language skills and communicative competence by increasing their business vocabulary and developing fluency. The Audio CD contains realistic business situations to develop listening skills.

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Young adults Mickey Rogers, Jane Sturtevant and Libby Williams A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Style Update takes post-secondary learners from beginner to intermediate level. The core syllabus presents and practices the most common structural elements of English, developing skills through specific, clearly defined activities, with a particular focus on reading. The integrated practice pages and self-study Listening Practice section make the Student’s Books complete and self-contained, with a free Student’s CD. The course also includes an optional Workbook, full-color Teacher’s Edition, Class CD, and Test CD with customizable evaluation materials.

ENGLISH WITH STYLE Mickey Rogers, Jane Sturtevant and Libby Williams A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 English with Style is the split edition of Style, for prepas that teach in semesters. Every two levels of English with Style correspond to a single level of Style. The Student’s Books include a free Student’s CD.

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STYLE UPDATE

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ISBN Prefix 978-970 1 2 3 4 5 6 Student’s Pack 809-123-7 809-124-4 809-125-1 809-126-8 809-127-5 809-128-2 ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 1 2 3 Teacher’s Edition (levels 1-2) 02484-6 (levels 3-4) 02489-1 (levels 5-6) 02494-5 Class CD (levels 1-2) 02486-0 (levels 3-4) 02491-4 (levels 5-6) 02496-9 ISBN Prefix 978-607 Test CD (all levels) 473-030-2

(The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Student’s CD for Style Update and Style level 3 only. Reading Styles does not include a Student’s CD.)

AMERICAN INSPIRATION Judy Garton-Sprenger and Philip Prowse A1 A2 KET B1 PET B1 PET merit B1+ Pre-FCE American Inspiration is a four-level course taking teenagers from beginner to a high intermediate level. It strikes the balance between teaching grammar and practicing the target language in a communicative context. Although the content is based on life in the United States, the series is completely global in its outlook with plenty of cultural content across all four levels.

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• A Student’s Book with a free Student’s CD; Integrated Skills lessons; a useful Phrasebook; Inspiration Extra! sessions containing consolidation and extension exercises, as well as creative project work, songs, games, puzzles, tongue twisters and skits; Culture

sections; Reviews; and a Grammar Summary based on the Common European Framework of competencies. • A Workbook with suggestions for further reading and follow-up work on the internet • A Teacher’s Edition with Teacher’s CD-ROM and a Teacher’s Resource section with games and activities • Grammar Presentation Posters, a Class Audio CD and Test CD 1 2 3 ISBN Prefix 978-970 Student’s Pack 650-963-5 650-964-2 650-965-9 Workbook 650-966-6 650-967-3 650-968-0 Teacher’s Pack 809-060-5 809-061-2 809-062-9 Class Audio CD 650-975-8 650-976-5 650-977-2 Grammar Presentation Posters 650-978-9 650-979-6 650-980-2 Test CD (all levels) 809-130-5

For more information about American Inspiration Practice Online see page 49.

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(The Student’s Pack contains the Student’s Book and the Student’s CD. The Teacher’s Pack contains the Teacher’s Edition and the Teacher’s CD-ROM.)

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VIEWPOINTS

Shape your point of view!

Starter A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Viewpoints is Macmillan’s new video course for young adult learners of English. It presents students with a multi-faceted approach to exciting and inspiring topics, real-life situations, and people talking about their experiences and viewpoints. The video comprises a variety of genres, including documentaries, interviews, and vox pops.

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DVD Each level contains 12 video segments of approximately 5 minutes (ten segments in Essentials), following a graded scope and sequence. The DVD is simple to use, with a predictable and recognizable structure where each video segment is presented as a chapter. Traditional functionality like ‘subtitles on/off’ is incorporated into the DVD.

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Booklet An 8-page booklet per level provides teachers with at-a-glance information, offering a synopsis of each of the video segments and a detailed table of target grammar and vocabulary. The booklet also includes general and level-specific tips on how to teach with video.

Worksheets with teacher’s notes Each video segment is accompanied by a downloadable worksheet (2 pages) and teacher’s notes (1 page, including answer key). They prepare, present, and develop the material in the video.

The worksheets also focus consistently on developing two special features: • Language Points – presents and practices language commonly used as a social facilitator (and often not taught in student’s books), for example expressions like “What’s up?” and “Let’s grab a coffee”. • Your Viewpoint – presents a statement or question for discussion in the context of the video, allowing students to personalize and express their own opinions.

Transcripts Available from the website and presented by level and chapters.

Each worksheet offers three core sections: • Before you watch – introduces and generates interest in the topic. It offers 1-2 activities focusing on prediction, brainstorming and new vocabulary. • While you watch – focuses on comprehension, with a variety of matching tasks, ordering activities, gap fills, True/False activities, checking/crossing assignments, etc. • After you watch – focuses on speaking and/or writing tasks directly linked to the content of the video. It includes activities like role-plays, summarizing, and peer discussions.

Essentials 1 ISBN Prefix 978-607 DVD with booklet 473-019-7 473-020-3 Levels 2-5 are fothcoming.

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Young adults Reading styles Mickey Rogers and Angela Llanas A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Reading strategies, as well as grammar and vocabulary, are addressed using contextualized examples. The final two pages in each unit concentrate on more academic material, adding an element of flexibility to the book.

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Reading Styles follows on naturally from Style Update 1 and 2, or can stand alone as an independent reading program. The book contains 16 topic-based units with texts from a variety of sources, covering four main academic areas: Physical Sciences & Math, Life Sciences, Business & Economics, Humanities & Arts. The contemporary texts are vibrant and engaging.

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Reading keys Miles Craven A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Reading Keys is a flexible, three-level reading comprehension course, helping young adult learners become independent readers. Each book contains 24 topic-based units organized into eight themes, using motivating material from a wide range of sources. Texts can be chosen by topic, genre, reading skill or vocabulary skill. The Student’s Book includes extra Activity Sheets, Key Study Skills Sheets and a Word List as separate sections at the back of the book, while the Teacher’s Guide contains teaching notes and answers.

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MACMILLAN ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN CONTEXT Simon Clarke and Michael Vince A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

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Macmillan English Grammar In Context is a three-level grammar practice series with a difference. Incorporating contextual examples in grammar practice activities, Macmillan English Grammar In Context can be used in both the classroom and for self-study. Clear grammar explanations are provided with traditional practice activities and contextual examples that include cross-curricular content areas such as literature, science, geography, history and social science. Contextual examples of grammar demonstrating real-world usage of English language help to bring grammar to life.

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Skills, grammar & vocabulary

Reading Styles

Reading Keys Miles Craven A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Mickey Rogers and Angela Llanas A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Reading Styles contains 16 topic-based units with texts from a variety of sources, covering four main academic areas: Physical Sciences & Math, Life Sciences, Business & Economics, Humanities & Arts. The contemporary texts are vibrant and engaging. Reading strategies, as well as grammar and vocabulary, are addressed using contextualized examples. The final two pages in each unit concentrate ISBN Prefix 978-970 on more academic material, Student’s Book 650-656-6 adding an element of flexibility Teacher’s Edition 650-657-3 Class CD 650-658-0 to the book. Test CD

Reading Keys is a flexible, three-level reading comprehension course, helping young adult learners become independent readers. Each book contains 24 topic-based units organized into eight themes, using motivating material from a wide range of sources. Texts can be chosen by topic, genre, reading skill or vocabulary skill. Introducing ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Student’s Book 97456-8 Teacher’s Guide 97457-5

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Paragraph Writing Dorothy E. Zemach and Carlos Islam A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Paragraph Writing takes students from sentence formation to paragraph writing through a process approach, developing students’ writing skills and encouraging them to become independent and creative writers. The back of the Student’s Book contains ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Student’s Book 5845-2 peer review forms and a Teacher’s Book 5846-9 Grammar Reference section.

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College Writing Dorothy E. Zemach and Lisa A. Rumisek A1 A2 B1+ B2 C1 C2 Paragraph Writing leads naturally into College Writing, a semi-academic writing course taking college students from paragraph structuring to essay writing through a process approach. Areas covered include generating ideas, organizing, drafting, reviewing and revising. There is additional sample and reference material, including ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 models of essay development Student’s Book and a Punctuation Guide. Teacher’s Book

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listening Learning to Listen Lin Lougheed A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Learning to Listen acknowledges the difficulty that many students have understanding real spoken English. The series is packed with engaging topics, striking personalities and dynamic listening sources to help students enjoy the richness and variety of spoken English. Learning to Listen builds confidence in listening to spoken English, as well as offering practical TOEFL® test practice at the end of every unit.

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The Language Practice Series Michael Vince

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A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 • Clear and easy-to-understand grammar explanations • Includes exam-style exercises for the KET exam • Regular revision units • Units on learning and practicing topic-related vocabulary • Units on English spelling rules

First Certificate New Edition A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 • Includes CD-ROM for added computer-based practice • Over 30 units of grammar explanations and exercises • Regular progress tests and a final test • Vocabulary units focusing on phrasal verbs, prepositions, particles and collocations • Includes exam-style exercises for the updated FCE exam

American English Essential Language Practice • Clear and easy-to-understand grammar explanations • Variety of exercise types to give thorough practice • Regular revision units • 15 units of learning and practicing topic-related vocabulary • Units on English spelling rules

Intermediate A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 • Clear and comprehensive grammar explanations • Wide range of exercise types • Includes exam-style exercises for the new revised PET exam • Units developing and practicing topic-related vocabulary • Units focused on spelling and pronunciation • Regular progress tests

Advanced New Edition A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 • Includes CD-ROM for added computer-based practice • Advanced language practice material to challenge CAE and proficiency students, with updated exam-style exercises • Units developing and practicing topicrelated vocabulary and phrasal verbs • Regular progress tests for consolidation • Units containing grammar explanation and practice • Units working on idioms, expressions, collocations, word formation and phrasal verbs With key Without key ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 New Edition First Certificate & CD-ROM 72711-3 72712-0 Advanced & CD-ROM 72706-9 72707-6 ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Elementary Intermediate

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Comprehensive grammar explanations Wide range of exercise types Regular progress tests Units focused on spelling and pronunciation • 20 units developing and practicing topic-related vocabulary With key Without key ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Essential Language Practice 79985-7 79986-4 Language Practice 79987-1 79988-8

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ACADEMIC WRITING Academic Writing Dorothy E. Zemach and Lisa A. Rumisek A1 A2 B1+ B2 C1 C2

College Writing Dorothy E. Zemach and Lisa A. Rumisek A1 A2 B1+ B2 C1 C2

Academic Writing has been written for intermediate-level students who are preparing to study, or are already studying, in an academic environment and need to improve their writing skills. The course teaches learners how to order and link paragraphs into cohesive and coherent essays, and to create the various paragraph types that are used in writing assignments.

College Writing is the American English version of Academic Writing.

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• Work on how to generate ideas, organize material, draft, review and revise written work • Additional sample and reference materials at the back of the book • Essay development models • Punctuation guide Academic Writing can be used in class or by students studying alone, as the book includes a complete answer key at the back.

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Study Skills for Speakers of English as a Second Language Marilyn Lewis and Hayo Reinders

The Study Skills Handbook Third Edition

An essential guide for international students studying in an Englishspeaking university.

Stella Cottrell

• Based on the real experiences of international students and staff working with them • Gives advice on academic topics such as language use, as well as social topics like making friends • Provides cultural information

A practical guide for university students. • Encourages students to think about the skills they already have • Provides resources to help them evaluate their own learning and develop good study habits ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Paperback 57305-5

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english for academic purposes ADVANCED ACADEMIC ENGLISH practice online A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 English for Academic Purposes requires a high level of English competence but also advanced academic skills. Designed to be used independently or as a supplement to an EAP Advanced coursebook, this online course offers high-quality resources for extra practice in class and for homework. There are 32 syllabus items and 100 resources in total including academic reading, listening and grammar, plus exercises supporting tutorials and seminars, presentations, and written assignments. Study skills covered focus on academic grammar and vocabulary, learning strategies, note-taking, critical reading and listening, paraphrasing, and avoiding plagiarism. A unique feature of Academic English Practice Online courses is their inclusion of a University Culture section, introducing students to life at university and offering insights into choosing courses, assessment, finding a place to live and asking for support. This course is suitable for both pre-sessional and in-sessional EAP practice.

Available in both American and British English. Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 MPO (American) 03-0055-8 MPO (British) 03-0054-1 CATALOG U E 2 0 0 9

For more information about Macmillan Practice Online, see pages 46-49

UNCOVERING EAP

How to Teach Academic Reading and Writing

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Sam McCarter and Phil Jakes Teachers are finding nowadays that they are increasingly being asked to teach academic and study skills to students going on to further study in an English speaking environment. Uncovering EAP explains the processes involved in teaching academic writing and reading through concise theoretical overviews. These are complemented by an extensive range of practical activities and worksheets which teachers can put to immediate use in their classrooms. Case studies give examples of real-life challenges faced by EAP teachers, along with suggestions on how to tackle these situations.

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For more information about Macmillan Books for Teachers and our methodology titles, see pages 52-53.

CHECK YOUR VOCABULARY… for Academic English David Porter A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 This workbook contains exercises to help teach and practice the vocabulary students need for academic purposes. It is designed for students who need to learn basic non-technical vocabulary to enable them to study any subject at college or university. The material uses a variety of exercises to test grammar, spelling and comprehension.

Key features: • An ideal supplement for the classroom or for self-study • Vocabulary is built up through exercises, word games, puzzles and quizzes • Easy-to-use format with clear instructions and answer key • General and topic-specific vocabulary as well as use of English and pronunciation ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Workbook

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The Business John Allison, Jeremy Townend, Paul Emmerson, Karen Richardson, John Sydes and Marie Kavanagh A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 The Business is a four-level course, now complete with the new Advanced and Pre-intermediate levels. Based on university syllabi from over 14 leading European institutions, The Business syllabus directly reflects business students’ needs. Each unit is divided into 6 modules – Business Knowledge, Vocabulary, Grammar, Writing, Speaking and Case Study. Its modularity allows you to choose a learning path which will complement your academic syllabus.

The Business DVD-ROM

Key features of the Student’s Book:

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The DVD-ROM is equivalent to an interactive workbook for self-study. • Interactive Workbook The core material on the DVD-ROM, it follows the Student’s Book units in topic and contains activities for vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation and listening practice. • Video Each unit includes a mini-drama illustrating the communication and people skills covered, with follow-up exercises to practice the functional language from the video. • Business Dilemmas Includes four simulated problem-solving activities, which review and practice the target language in a real-life situation. • Tests There are four tests, one for every two units. If students do well on a test, they get promoted; if students do well on all four tests, they become CEO! • Business Documents There is a model document for each unit, including letters, invoices, CVs, etc. Each document is annotated to explain structure and key phrases, and is followed up with activities to test understanding. • Grammar Reference Students can refer to this any time, for help with grammar rules and examples. • Class Audio Contains all the audio recordings from the Student’s Book, together with scrollable scripts.

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Production and efficiency Communication skills Living abroad Success stories The stock market Mergers and acquisitions Building a career Selling more Fair trade

Pre-intermediate Intermediate Upper- intermediate ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Student’s Book 0-230-02156-3 8369-0 8371-3 Teacher’s Book 0-230-02157-0 8186-3 8194-8 Class Audio CD 0-230-02158-7 8184-9 8192-4

Advanced 0-230-02151-8 0-230-02152-5 0-230-02153-2

(The Student’s Book contains the DVD-ROM.)

Visit www.businessenglishonline.net for online resources, podcasts and PowerPoint presentations based on the Student’s Book topics.

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Mark Powell and Simon Clarke A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 In Company is a fast-paced business English course for professional adults. Each Student’s Book consists of 18-20 self-contained units, featuring practical, challenging real-world tasks, to encourage learners to communicate while drawing on their own work experience. There is an integrated lexical syllabus with self-study Lexis Links and a systematic approach to grammar in a business context, with self-study Grammar Links. The In Company CD-ROM contains grammar and lexis practice activities and a variety of extra listening texts with comprehension questions and follow-up activities. Case Studies (with free Audio CD) contains 30 photocopiable resources for teachers including candidate selection, marketing strategies, and choosing a new office location, each with teacher’s notes, answer key and audioscripts. For more information on In Company Practice Online see page 49. Free downloadable wordlists and e-lessons available online at www.businessenglishonline.net

PRESENTATIONS IN ENGLISH Erica J. Williams A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 The ideal choice for anyone needing to make presentations in English, either for business or for academic purposes. The flexible seven-step approach helps students find their voice and develop their own unique presentation style. The DVD follows the progress of real students and offers insights into their learning, models to follow, and opportunities for analysis.

Key features: • Can be studied progressively or dipped into for specific skills and language • Presents language, advice, and a range of powerful, up-todate presentation techniques • Includes a free DVD

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ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Student’s Book with DVD 02878-4

Pre- Upper Elementary Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Student’s Book with CD-ROM 02056-6 02060-3 02058-0 02062-7 ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Teacher’s Book 95719-6 95727-1 95733-2 95738-7 Audio CD 95722-6 95730-1 95735-6 95740-0 ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Test CD (all levels) 7094-2 Case Studies (all levels) 7093-5

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Telephone ENGLISH John Hughes A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Email English

Telephone English trains students to use the telephone confidently and effectively in their course of work. The book equips students with the generic language common to all phone calls, the skills necessary for a successful business phone call, and the language specific to the business context: conversations with colleagues/clients, commercial phone calls, etc.

Paul Emmerson A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Email English is a course for students of general or business English who need to write effective e-mails.

Key features: • Large number of style awareness activities dealing with both formal and informal mails • A Phrase Bank, organized functionally for students’ reference • Designed equally for self-study and classroom use • Free writing practice and downloadable worksheets at www.businessenglishonline.net

There is a Phrase Bank organized into functional areas, providing students with practical reference. Free extra practice is available at www.macmillanenglish.com/ telephoneenglish with downloadable worksheets. ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Student’s Book 1294-2

Includes a free Audio CD.

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Student’s Book with CD 8221-1

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Testbuilder series A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 The Macmillan Testbuilders are designed to improve confidence, exam performance and language competence at the various different Cambridge exam levels: the Key English Test, the Preliminary English Test, the Business English Certificate exam, First Certificate level, the Certificate in Advanced English, Proficiency level, and the IELTS exam.

Each Testbuilder includes: • Four complete practice tests reflecting exactly the level and types of questions in the exam • Further Practice and Guidance sections containing

test-specific exercises to develop exam technique and encourage students to think about what constitutes a correct answer • Focus on common problem areas • A guided analysis of sample answers KET Testbuilder Sarah Dymond, Nick Kenny and Amanda French

The KET, PET, BEC, CAE and IELTS Testbuilders come with free accompanying Audio CDs. The With key editions contain a complete answer key with helpful, easy-to-use explanations as to how and why the model answer is right and the others are wrong.

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Testbuilder & CD (with key) Testbuilder (without key)

6976-2 6974-8

BEC Testbuilder

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ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Testbuilder & CD (with key) Testbuilder (without key)

6301-2 6299-2

Jake Allsop and Tricia Aspinall

First Certificate Testbuilder Tony D. Triggs

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Preliminary Vantage Testbuilder & CD 1833-3 1836-4 ISBN Prefix 978-0-435 Testbuilder (with key) Testbuilder Cassette

For more information about PET Practice Online see page 48.

24492-7 24494-1

For more information about FCE Practice Online see page 48. New Proficiency Testbuilder Mark Harrison IELTS Testbuilder

CAE Testbuilder Amanda French

ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Testbuilder & CD (with key) 72794-6 Testbuilder & CD (without key) 72795-3

ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Testbuilder (with key) Testbuilder (without key) Testbuilder Cassette

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Sam McCarter and Judith Ash

ISBN Prefix 978 Testbuilder 1 & CD Testbuilder 2 & CD

1-4050-1404-5 0-230-02885-2

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EXAMS Ready for... series For more information about PET Practice Online see page 48.

Ready for PET New Edition Nick Kenny and Anne Kelly A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Key features:

Ready for PET New Edition is a motivating short course ideal for students planning to take the Cambridge PET exam. The new CD-ROM with the Coursebook contains 6 extra practice tests, in the style of the new computer-based PET exam, for students to improve their exam technique. Ideal for use in class and at home.

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10 topic-based units New Tip boxes with exam advice on how to tackle each question New examples of students’ writing with examiners’ comments New practice tests in the back of the Coursebook New listening material on the Audio CD The With key edition provides a full answer key, audioscripts and sample answers for the writing tasks ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Coursebook (with key) Coursebook (without key) Teacher’s Book Audio CD

02071-9 02073-3 02074-0 02075-7

(The PET New Edition Coursebook contains the CD-ROM.)

Ready for FCE New Edition Roy Norris A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

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Review section in each unit with exam-style tasks Ready for units focus on each paper in the FCE exam Extensive Ready for Writing section with model answers Special emphasis on word-building, collocations and phrasal verbs • Listening scripts

Revised and updated for the new exam, the new edition of Ready for FCE is a comprehensive course which offers thorough preparation for the Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) exam, to ensure that students will be fully prepared and confident when sitting the exam.

ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Coursebook (with key) Coursebook (without key) Teacher’s Book Audio CD Workbook (with key) Workbook (without key)

For more information about FCE Practice Online see page 48.

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Ready for CAE New Edition Roy Norris with Amanda French A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Ready for CAE New Edition offers thorough preparation for the new Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English exam.

Key features include: • • • • •

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02886-9 02887-6 02890-6 02891-3 02888-3 02889-0

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Review section in each unit with exam-style tasks Ready for units focus on each paper in the CAE exam Extensive Ready for Writing section with model answers Varied speaking practice throughout, including a complete speaking test Language Focus sections with analysis of main grammar areas at advanced level Vocabulary slots with special emphasis on collocation Topic-based wordlist Grammar Reference section Listening scripts

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IELTS Foundation

IELTS RESOURCES

Joanne Gakonga, Andrew Preshous and Rachael Roberts IELTS band 4-6 IELTS Foundation is a 12-unit course designed to train students to increase their IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score. Each unit contains a wide range of IELTS tasks covering all four elements of the test.

IELTS Testbuilder Sam McCarter and Judith Ash IELTS band 3-7

A Study Skills section in each unit helps students focus on the general skills required for the IELTS exam, and allows them to learn to study independently.

Designed to improve students’ exam performance and increase their language competence in the IELTS test.

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Contains four IELTS tests, with Further Practice and Guidance sections, to provide maximum help in all four skill areas.

IELTS Foundation also includes two Study Skills self-access packs, complete with Audio CDs and answer keys for home use. They provide students with practical information and teach them the skills they need to succeed in the General or the Academic Modules of the exam.

Key features: • A full IELTS practice exam at the end of each book • Reading and writing material differentiated according to the General or Academic Modules

The free accompanying Audio CDs contain four listening tests, as well as providing a wide range of accents, as in the exam.

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IELTS Graduation Mark Allen, Debra Powell and Dickie Dolby IELTS band 5.5-7.5 IELTS Graduation is a comprehensive course for students preparing to take the IELTS academic test. This topic-based book contains a wide range of activities to train students in all the required skills to help improve their IELTS score. It provides clear, practical information on all parts of the IELTS exam, as well as teaching them the skills required to do well.

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Student’s Book Teacher’s Book Class CDs (2) Study Skills Pack

8075-0 8079-8 8080-4 8078-1

Key features: • Regular Pronunciation Development sections help build students’ confidence in speaking and listening • Exam Information boxes give students detailed advice on what to expect from each section of the exam • Strategy and Tip boxes offer suggestions on how to tackle the various IELTS tasks • Study Skills sections at the end of each unit contain advice on studying independently • Extensive writing practice, with model answers for all questions, accompanied by useful comments • Regular Dictionary Focus boxes encourage students to broaden their vocabulary range • Additional photocopiable class tasks, extra study tasks and sample answers for the writing exam, in the Teacher’s Book

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EXAMS Improve your IELTS skills Sam McCarter, Norman Whitby and Barry Cusack IELTS band 4.5-7.5 The Improve your IELTS Skills series are aimed at students between bands 4.5 and 7.5. The series has three preparation courses, Academic Reading, Academic Writing, and Listening and Speaking. The courses develop language, skills and test techniques to help students achieve a higher IELTS score. The three books in the series may be used together as a complete course or may be used to target specific skills. They may also be used separately to supplement other coursebooks.

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• Technique boxes throughout each book reinforce key points on how to approach the various tasks in IELTS • 140 minutes of listening and pronunciation practice on the Listening and Speaking book Audio CD • Practice tests at the end of each unit

Advanced Academic English with IELTS MPO A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Designed to be used independently or as a supplement to an EAP Advanced coursebook, this online course at CEF level C1 offers high-quality resources for extra practice of EAP and the IELTS exam. Students can work on their English, whether at work, in class or on the move. There are 40 syllabus items and 145 resources in total comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening activities, sample essays and web projects. In addition, the course

includes practice material for the IELTS exam and two practice tests for IELTS listening, reading and writing. Syllabus items focus on university life, academic grammar and vocabulary, skills development, speaking support, learning strategies and exam preparation. This course is suitable for both pre-sessional and in-sessional EAP practice.

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TOEFL® PREPARATION COURSE Carolyn B. Duffy and M. Kathleen Mahnke The complete course to prepare your students for the TOEFL® exam.

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This useful set of workbooks is an invaluable aid to students preparing for English exams. Each book has a range of different activities to help build up, improve and revise English vocabulary relevant to the chosen exam. Key features: • An ideal supplement for the classroom or for self-study • Vocabulary is built up through exercises, word games, puzzles and quizzes • Easy-to-use format with clear instructions and answer key • General and topic-specific vocabulary as well as grammar, use of English, comprehension, pronunciation and spelling

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• The Preparation Coursebook helps students practice the language skills and test-taking strategies they need for success in the paperbased TOEFL® exam • A companion volume of five Practice Tests is available, including the Test of Written English with annotated answers, audioscripts, and score conversion tables • The Practice Tests Self-Study Pack is also available, complete with Cassettes • Audio CDs are available for both books

TOEIC®

Rawdon Wyatt A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

For students preparing for the Test Of English for International Communication (TOEIC®) which focuses on the use of English in business and the workplace. Appropriate for anyone wishing to study or train in an English-speaking country.

TOEFL® ISBN Prefix 978-0-435 Preparation Coursebook (with key) Practice Tests 2nd Edition Practice Tests Self-Study Pack ISBN Prefix 978-970 Preparation Coursebook CDs (3) Practice Tests CDs (2)

ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Workbook 03362-7

28840-2 26321-8 26322-5 650-302-2 650-301-5

Rawdon Wyatt

ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Workbook 03361-0

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 For students preparing for the Test Of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL®).

MACMILLAN PRACTICE ONLINE Advanced Academic English with TOEFL®

TOEIC® Practice Online

TOEFL® Practice Online

Intended to be used independently or as a supplement to an EAP Advanced coursebook, this online course offers extra practice of EAP and the TOEFL® exam. There are 150 resources comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening activities, sample essays and web projects. In addition, the course includes exam practice material for the listening and reading sections of the TOEFL® exam licensed from the ETS exam board. Syllabus items focus on university life, academic grammar and vocabulary, skills development, speaking support, learning strategies and exam preparation.

Tailored to the new TOEIC®, this online course is designed to improve students’ exam performance and increase their language competence. Students of all ages preparing for TOEIC® can build their confidence by practicing the skills they need for the test. There are 101 resources covering the listening, reading, speaking and writing sections of the TOEIC® exam.

Carefully customized for the TOEFL® exam, this course is intended to enhance students’ performance and develop their language competence and confidence by practicing the skills they need for the test. There are 100 resources in total covering all parts of the listening and reading sections of the TOEFL® exam and all exam practice material is licensed from the ETS exam board.

Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 MPO 03-0057-2

Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 MPO 03-0052-7

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dictionaries MACMILLAN ENGLISH DICTIONARY New Edition A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 The second edition of the Macmillan English Dictionary contains a wealth of new material, while building on the innovative features that won it two prestigious awards. The most frequently used 7,500 words in English – the ideal vocabulary size for an advanced learner – are printed in red, graded with stars, and explained with extra detail about how you should use them.

understand language: find the meaning of words you read and hear • menus take you straight to the right meaning • subject-specific vocabulary, World English and encyclopedic entries • clear definitions using the most common words use language: write and speak with confidence • more information about the most frequent 7,500 words which are printed in red • collocation boxes • vocabulary-building sections be aware of language: become a better learner by understanding how English works • metaphor boxes • usage notes on style, grammar and varieties of English • Language Awareness pages on idioms, discourse, cultural values, word formation and more

This new edition includes: • hundreds of new words (satnav, greenwash, carbon trading, adspend, crystal meth, cyberlaw, geoeconomics) • many more collocations, synonyms and antonyms • extra clearly labelled subject-specific vocabulary (equity capital, faultline, heritage language, link rot, culture medium, data compression) • multi-page vocabulary building sections on the themes of movement, communication and emotions • a complete package of unique, carefully researched materials based on a detailed analysis of learners’ own writing. Full-page writing sections and Get it right boxes help you to become a more confident writer in academic and professional situations ISBN Prefix 978-0-333 Hardback with CD-ROM Paperback with CD-ROM

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The best-selling first edition of the Macmillan English Dictionary is available in American English.

Macmillan dictionaries website The dictionaries Website offers further information and a host of features for all our dictionaries: www.macmillandictionaries.com • Consult the full content of the Macmillan English Dictionary online, with pronunciation of every word in American and British English • Register for free e-lessons and worksheets, complete with teacher’s notes and tips • Dip into the MED Magazine, the free monthly webzine covering a wide range of topics connected to the English language • Find out about new words, from “Al desko” to “Zorbing”, in the Word of the Week section

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MACMILLAN ESSENTIAL DICTIONARY A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 This essential dictionary offers invaluable support for the intermediate learner of the English language. • Over 45,000 headwords, phrases and phrasal verbs with 36,000 examples to show how words are used • A core vocabulary of the most important 3,500 words, highlighted in red, graded with stars for frequency of use, and explained using only 2,300 of the most common words

• Entries with five or more meanings have a Menu to help you find the one you want • Frequent Help boxes in color contain notes on grammar, vocabulary and usage • a 24-page Language Study section on key areas like pronunciation, collocation and wordbuilding • Over 700 illustrations

Features of the CD-ROM:

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The Essential Dictionary CD-ROM contains the whole of each dictionary in electronic format, including additional search features, illustrations, and American and British English pronunciations, with a practice record and play back facility. Visit the dictionaries website www.macmillandictionaries.com for more information about the Macmillan Essential Dictionary. You can register for free e-lessons and worksheets, complete with teacher’s notes and tips.

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Macmillan Phrasal Verbs PLUS A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 This two-color dictionary of phrasal verbs contains unique features to help students grasp this challenging and essential area of the English language.

Key features:

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• Clear explanations of how to use every phrasal verb, using grammar patterns and examples • Collocation boxes list the words phrasal verbs typically occur with • The most frequent phrasal verbs are highlighted in red and graded with stars • Menus in entries with five or more meanings • An index of single-word equivalents enables

learners to find phrasal verbs by starting with single-word verbs which they already know • A Language Study section contains help with pronunciation, register, grammar and metaphorical uses of phrasal verbs • Over 100 two-color cartoon illustrations • Thousands of examples and hundreds of synonyms and antonyms

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dictionaries Macmillan school Dictionary A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 A two-color dictionary for intermediate level students containing all the words you need for studying in English. The CD-ROM and Website won the English-Speaking Union’s President’s Award in 2004.

Key features: • Special emphasis on school subject vocabulary • Helpful Reference section containing information on the periodic table, irregular verbs, pronunciation, geographical names and nationalities • Information on grammar patterns, collocations, phrases and phrasal verbs • Information on spelling • Help boxes on word families, synonym sets and vocabulary building • Clear, simple definitions using a restricted defining vocabulary • Menus for words with five or more meanings for easy navigation

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Paperback 1342-0 CD-ROM 5710-3

Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

¡Corre la voz! Spread the word!

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The Diccionario Macmillan Castillo is based on a corpus which includes spoken and written English, as well as Macmillan and Castillo primary and secondary level textbooks. This broad base gives students instant access to key subject area vocabulary as well as the most important and frequently used words in general spoken and written English.

Key features: • Over 70,000 headwords, expressions and examples • Includes 3,000 red words – the most frequent and important words used in everyday English • Focuses specifically on the Spanish-speaking student learning English: a) the English-Spanish section focuses on helping students to decode language they’re exposed to when reading or listening b) the Spanish-English section focuses on the language the student will need to produce • Includes special explanations and information boxes on common errors frequently made by native Spanish speakers

• Uses menus when a word has multiple meanings so the user can quickly identify the meaning they’re looking for and can go directly to that definition • Highlights the main translation in red when a word has several translations, for easy identification • Includes 16 pages of full-color illustrations • Includes 25 pages of practical information (Sección de consulta) for Spanish speakers studying English, from a phrase book section to ‘preparing your resume’

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The CD-ROM combines the full text of the dictionary with pronunciation practice, activities, illustrations, sound effects, photographs, animations and useful search facilities.

The CD-ROM contains the complete dictionary in electronic format, with additional search features, illustrations, animations, sound effects, and American and British English pronunciations, including a pronunciation practice facility. ISBN Prefix 978-970 Paperback with CD-ROM 650-622-1

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Macmillan Readers

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New Edition Key features:

• 12 new readers for 2009 including exciting titles like The Three Musketeers, Princess Diana and Bridget Jones’s Diary • Six carefully graded levels from starter to upper-intermediate, so your students get the right reading material for their ability • A prestigious list of contemporary and classic authors • A free Audio CD and eight pages of additional Extra Exercises in selected titles • Free support materials for each title online – Worksheets, Worksheet Answer Keys, Projects and Movie Tie-ins • Author Data Sheets for teachers and students who want to find out more about the writers represented in our list • A revised edition of the free teacher’s booklet Using Graded Readers in the Classroom • A completely new section for Students on our website, including a Readers Bookclub and Webquest!

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Starter • Alissa 7788-0 Around the World in Eighty Days 0-230-02674-2 • Blue Fins 7789-7 Gulliver’s Travels in Lilliput 0-230-02676-6 • In the Frame 7800-9 • L. A. Detective 7790-3 • Lost Ship, The 7791-0 • Lucky Number 7792-7 • Magic Barber, The 7793-4 • Photo Finish 7794-1 • Sara Says No! 7795-8 • Shooting Stars 7796-5 • Sky Race 7797-2 • Umbrella, The 7798-9 • Well, The 7799-6

Beginner Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The 7234-2 • Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The 7608-1 • Anna and the Fighter 7610-4 Billy Budd 7227-4 Black Tulip, The 7228-1 • Dangerous Journey 7612-8 Good Wives 7230-4 Hawk-Eye, The Pathfinder 7231-1 House in the Picture and Abbot Thomas’ Treasure, The 7232-8 House on the Hill, The 7614-2 • Jane Eyre 7616-6 L. A. Raid 7236-6 Last Leaf and Other Stories, The 7237-3 Last of the Mohicans, The 7618-0 • Little Women 7620-3 • Long Tunnel, The 7622-7 Lorna Doone 7241-0 • Man in the Iron Mask, The 7624-1 • Marco 7626-5 • Mill on the Floss, The 7628-9 • Money for a Motorbike 7630-2 Newspaper Boy 7245-8 • Northanger Abbey 7632-6 • Phantom of the Opera, The 7634-0 Picture Puzzle 7248-9 • Princess Diana 0-230-71653-7 Prisoner of Zenda, The 7250-2 • Rich Man, Poor Man 7636-4 Signalman and the Ghost at the Trial, The 7249-6 • Tale of Two Cities, A 7606-7 This is London 8711-7 • Three Musketeers, The 0-230-71673-5 Trumpet Major, The 7253-3 Truth Machine, The 7254-0 Washington Square 7255-7 Elementary • Black Cat, The 7638-8 • Canterville Ghost and Other Stories, The 7640-1 Christmas Carol, A 7258-8 Claws 7259-5 • Dawson’s Creek 1 7642-5 • Dawson’s Creek 2 7644-9 • Dawson’s Creek 3 7646-3 • Dawson’s Creek 4 7648-7 Don’t Tell Me What to Do 7264-9 Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 7265-6 Escape and Other Stories, The 7266-3 • Frankenstein 7650-0 • Hound of the Baskervilles, The 7652-4 • L. A. Winners 7697-5 • Legends of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle, The 7654-8 Lost World, The 7271-7 Love by Design 7272-4 • Mark of Zorro, The 7699-9 • Phantom Airman, The 7656-2 • Picture of Dorian Gray, The 7658-6 • Princess Diaries: Book 1, The 8064-4 • Princess Diaries: Book 2, The 8066-8 Promise, The 7277-9 Quest, The 7283-0 • Room 13 and Other Ghost Stories 7660-9 Seven Stories of Mystery and Horror 7535-0 Silver Blaze and Other Stories 7279-3 • Stranger, The 7662-3 • Tales of Horror 7664-7 Tales of Ten Worlds 7282-3 Treasure Island 7284-7 • Unquiet Graves 7666-1 • White Fang 0-230-02673-5 • Woman in Black, The 7701-9

Pre-intermediate • Casino Royale 8744-5 • Daisy Miller 8407-9 • Diamonds are Forever 0-230-71662-9 • Far from the Madding Crowd 8709-4 • Heidi 0-230-02679-7 • I, Robot 0-230-02682-7 Midsummer Night’s Dream, A 8727-8 • Nelson Mandela 0-230-71659-9 • Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories 8741-4 • Princess Diaries 3, The 8717-9 • Princess Diaries 4, The 8720-9 • Robin Hood 8723-0 • Robinson Crusoe 0-230-71656-8 Romeo and Juliet 8730-8 • Secret Garden, The 0-230-02690-2 • Selected Stories by D H Lawrence 8735-3 • Shake Hands Forever 0-230-73213-1 • Tenant of Wildfell Hall, The 8738-4 • Treasure of Monte Cristo, The 8421-5 • Wizard of Oz, The 8714-8 Intermediate A is for Alibi 7287-8 • A Kiss Before Dying 7674-6 B is for Burglar 7289-2 • Bridget Jones’s Diary 0-230-71670-4 • Bristol Murder 7670-8 David Copperfield 0-230-02675-9 • Dracula 7672-2 • Dr No 8058-3 • Emma 7454-4 Enchanted April, The 7291-5 Eye of the Tiger, The 7293-9 Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, The 7294-6 • Goldfinger 8060-6 • Great Gatsby, The 7703-3 Hamlet 0-230-71663-6 Jewel That was Ours, The 7311-0 • Jurassic Park 7296-0 • King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table 0-230-02685-8 • Kiss Before Dying, A 7674-6 L is for Lawless 5778-3 • Meet Me in Istanbul 7705-7 Merchant of Venice, The 0-230-71664-3 • My Cousin Rachel 7715-6 No Comebacks and Other Stories 7313-4 No Longer at Ease 7299-1 • Oliver Twist 7676-0 • Pearl, The 0-230-03112-8 Perfect Storm, The 7312-7 Pride and Prejudice 7301-1 • Queen of Death, The 7707-1 • Red and the Black, The 7458-2 Rendezvous with Rama 7303-5 Ring of Thieves 7304-2 River God 7305-9 • Sense and Sensibility 8062-0 Seventh Scoll, The 7314-1 • Sign of Four, The 7678-4 Silent World of Nicolas Quinn, The 7307-3 • Smuggler, The 7873-3 • Space Invaders, The 7805-4 • Speckled Band and Other Stories, The 7680-7 • Tess of the d’Urbervilles 7457-5 • Therese Raquin 7538-1 Things Fall Apart 7315-8 • Touching the Void 0-230-53352-3 Town Like Alice, A 7316-5 Used in Evidence 7317-2 • Woman Who Disappeared, The 7668-5 Woodlanders, The 7319-6 • Wuthering Heights 7709-5 Upper-intermediate Bleak House 7321-9 Creative Impulse and Other Stories 7322-6 Cut-Glass Bowl and Other Stories, The 7323-3 Grapes of Wrath, The 0-230-03105-0 • Great Expectations 7682-1 • L. A. Movie 7711-8 Middlemarch 0-230-02686-5 Mine Boy 7326-4 Mistress of Spices, The 7327-1 Moby Dick 0-230-02687-2 • Of Mice and Men 0-230-03108-1 • Officially Dead 7684-5 Our Mutual Friend 7329-5 • Rebecca 7713-2 Weep Not Child 7331-8

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readers Macmillan Readers Starter Level

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Around the World in Eighty Days

The Lost Ship

By Stephen Colbourn

By Jules Verne

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In this mystery story, a sea captain and his crew find an empty ship. When the captain goes on board he discovers a dark secret.

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Phileas Fogg makes a bet with his friends that he can travel around the world in 80 days. This is the wonderful story of Phileas’ adventures as he travels from country to country with his servant Passepartout.

Sara Says No!

By Norman Whitney

Blue Fins

By Sarah Axten

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The Umbrella

Gulliver’s Travels in Lilliput

By Clare Harris

By Jonathan Swift

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A romantic story of mistaken identity. On a wet day, the purchase of an umbrella leads to a romantic chance encounter.

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When Gulliver’s ship, The Antelope, sinks in the Far East, he is forced to swim to the strange, miniature land of Lilliput, where he is held a prisoner! In order to escape, Gulliver must befriend and learn the language of the tiny people of Lilliput.

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College ends, and Rick and Jen join their friends at the beach to swim. Jen doesn’t realise that the new friend she meets will soon save their lives.

Everybody in Middletown likes Mr Fruit – everybody except his daughter, Sara. She doesn’t like him because he is dishonest. Can she make him change his ways?

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The Well

By Clare Harris

L.A. Detective

By Philip Prowse

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Lenny Samuel, a private investigator from Los Angeles, must work for a wealthy businessman. Lenny has to pay the ransom for the businessman’s kidnapped daughter. But things go wrong!

Lia and Jay’s grandmother is old and in poor health. She asks her family to fetch water from the well. But the journey to the well is dangerous. There is smoke and fire. Why does Grandmother want water from the well? What will Lia and Jay find there?

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Macmillan Readers Beginner Level

Anna and the Fighter

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Anna is making her first trip alone by train, to visit her aunt. She is nervous and excited. The journey is long and tiring and she falls asleep. She wakes up to find that she has missed her station and that she is sharing the train compartment with a es and Au dangerous-looking man.

By Elizabeth Laird

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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By Mark Twain, retold by F. H. Cornish

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A story of the humorous adventures of a young orphan boy who lives beside the great Mississippi River in 1844. ra exercis

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Little Women

By Louisa M. Alcott, retold by Anne Collins

Jane Eyre

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A classic love story which was first published in 1847. Numerous plays, films and television adaptations have been made of this great novel.

The story of four sisters growing up in the USA, in Massachusetts, during the American Civil War. Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March live with their mother in a small town. Their father is away fighting with the Union army.

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By Charlotte BrontĂŤ, retold by Florence Bell

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By Alexandre Dumas, retold by John Escott

Marco

A classic adventure tale set in seventeenth-century France. Young Louis XIV begins his reign. His Chief Minister of Finance invites the king to his beautiful house at Vaux.

Marco is young and bored. He dislikes working on his father’s farm, picking and packing boxes of peaches all day in the hot sun. He wants freedom, money and excitement. One weekend, he decides to leave home. He takes a train to the city, but he is not prepared for dio CD what he finds there.

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By Mike Esplen

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readers The Phantom of the Opera

By Gaston Leroux, translated and retold by Stephen Colbourn

Princess Diana

The singers and dancers at the Opera House are frightened. They have seen a stranger behind the stage: a masked man.

By Anne Collins

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A sympathetic and informative description of the life of Britain’s most famous princess. Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer’s wedding was watched by millions of people around the world. But their fairy-tale marriage was not to last and Diana’s life would be cut short by a terrible car crash. Includes photographs and details of Diana’s favourite charities.

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Rich Man, Poor Man By T. C. Jupp

A Tale of Two Cities

By Charles Dickens, retold by Stephen Colbourn A romantic tragedy set against the background of the French Revolution. The story has been the source of a number of film adaptations.

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Adam gets a surprise gift. His son, who is working in England, sends him a money order. Adam wants to use the gift to give a party. But when he tries to cash the money order, he experiences many problems.

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This is London Philip Prowse

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A guide to London past and present. From markets and shops, architecture and sightseeing to restaurants and nightlife. Illustrated with photographs, maps and up-to-date advice and information.

The Three Musketeers

By Alexandre Dumas, retold by Nicholas Murgatroyd

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D’Artagnan wants to become a King’s musketeer. But before he can have the job, he must meet many challenges and prove that he is a strong and brave fighter. Can he protect the Queen from the Cardinal’s evil plans? And will he be able to stop the beautiful Milady from murdering the Duke of Buckingham?

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Macmillan Readers Elementary Level

The Canterville Ghost and Other Stories

A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

By Oscar Wilde, retold by Stephen Colbourn

The Black Cat

Three short stories by one of the most popular writers of the nineteenth century.

By John Milne

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Salahadin El Nur is an inspector in the Antiquities Department of the Egyptian police. When a European archaeologist dies, Salahadin looks for a priceless statuette. He is soon on the trail of a gang of international smugglers.

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Frankenstein

By Mary Shelley, retold by Margaret Tarner

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

By Robert Louis Stevenson, retold by Stephen Colbourn

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Dr Jekyll’s scientific investigations are detached and professional. He wants to explore his own character through study and experimentation. But soon, he finds himself under the control of a darker, evil, driving force.

The classic story of the ambitious scientist who wants to create human life, with tragic consequences.

38 The Legends of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle By Washington Irving, retold by Anne Collins

The Hound of the Baskervilles By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, retold by Stephen Colbourn

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Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson investigate the strange death of Sir Charles Baskerville. Is there really a curse on the family? A huge dog, destroying the Baskervilles one by one?

Two dark comedies with ghost/ mystery themes set around the period of the American War of Independence.

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readers The Mark of Zorro

By Johnston McCulley, retold by Anne Collins

The Picture of Dorian Gray By Oscar Wilde, retold by F. H. Cornish

This classic adventure comedy has become the basis for short stories, films, popular television series and cartoons, all featuring the people’s hero with the flashing sword – Zorro!

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Basil Hallward has painted a picture of a young man he admires: Dorian Gray. Dorian is angry because he will grow old and the picture will stay the same. He wishes that the picture would age instead of him.

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The Princess Diaries: Book 1 By Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins

Mia Thermopolis lives with her mother in New York. One day her life changes forever as she discovers that she is the Princess of Genovia. But Mia doesn’t want to be a princess or live in Europe. She wants to be a normal teenage girl.

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As if the fact that her mother is marrying her algebra teacher isn’t bad enough, Mia then manages to announce the engagement on live television. Soon Mia’s mother and her fiancé go missing… And to add to her problems, Mia finds herself falling in love with her best friend’s brother, Michael.

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The Stranger

By Norman Whitney

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White Fang

By Jack London ra exercis

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A dark and handsome stranger opens a shop in the quiet village of Woodend. Anna begins to wonder about the people who visit Dave Slatin’s shop. What do they buy and what exactly is behind the door marked Special Orders Only? At first, Anna finds Dave exciting and attractive but soon she becomes very frightened.

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White Fang, half-dog, half-wolf, is raised in the wild but soon becomes the property of Gray Beaver, a Yukon Indian. Knowing only the cruelty of man and the violence of nature, White Fang becomes the most savage and wild of dogs, until he is rescued by kindness.

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By Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins

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The Princess Diaries: Book 2

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Macmillan Readers Pre-intermediate Level

By Isaac Asimov

By Ian Fleming, retold by John Escott

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When Bond defeats Le Chiffre, a powerful Russian agent, in a game of cards, he believes his mission is over. But Le Chiffre has other ideas.

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Daisy Miller

A masterpiece by the great American realist Henry James. Daisy Miller is the story of an innocent girl’s search for love and recognition in a society where respectable behaviour counts for everything. dio CD

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Diamonds are Forever By Ian Fleming, retold by John Escott

By William Shakespeare, retold by Rachel Bladon

Nelson Mandela By Carl W. Hart

Nelson Mandela was born in a remote African village but became the most influential African leader in history. This Reader charts Mandela’s journey from childhood to ANC activist, then describes his release after 27 years’ imprisonment by the South African government, his role in ending Apartheid and his eventual inauguration as the first black president of South Africa.

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Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories

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By Ambrose Bierce, retold by Stephen Colbourn

40 Far from the Madding Crowd

By Thomas Hardy, retold by John Escott

Eight stories by the famous American journalist and writer, Ambrose Bierce. es and Au

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Recommended for older readers.

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One of Thomas Hardy’s greatest novels, Far from the Madding Crowd tells the story of the life and loves of the brave and beautiful Bathsheba Everdene.

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Heidi

The Princess Diaries 3

By Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins

By Johanna Spyri

How can Mia break up with Kenny, the boyfriend she doesn’t love? And how can she win the heart of Michael, the boy she dreams about?

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When Heidi goes to live with her bad-tempered and lonely grandfather, Uncle Alp, in his hut on the mountain, everyone thinks that her stay will make them both unhappy. But Heidi soon makes new friends and grows to love her new life. Then her aunt Detie arrives and insists that Heidi must go to Frankfurt. Heidi and her grandfather are heartbroken. Will Heidi ever return to the mountain?

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy about love and marriage. When four young lovers get lost in the forest, the fairies that live there play jokes on them – turning love into hate and hate into love.

By Henry James, retold by Rachel Bladon

Recommended for older readers.

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Casino Royale

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1) A robot must not harm a human. And it must not allow a human to be harmed. 2) A robot must obey a human’s order, unless that order conflicts with the First Law. 3) A robot must protect itself, unless this protection conflicts with the First or Second Laws. Handbook of Robotics, 2058 A.D.

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Bond is sent to investigate a dangerous diamond smuggling gang which is run by the American mafia. The story begins in Africa, moves to London and then to Las Vegas. There Bond and the beautiful Tiffany Case must escape the fury of the gang’s leaders, the evil Spang brothers.

I, Robot

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readers The Princess Diaries 4 By Meg Cabot, retold by Anne Collins

Selected Stories by D. H. Lawrence

Mia’s first official visit to Genovia has been a success, and she’s finally going out with Michael, the boy she loves. Everything is going well until Grandmere decides that Michael is not the boy for Mia.

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By D. H. Lawrence, retold by Anne Collins

Four stories by one of the greatest writers of twentieth-century English literature.

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By Stephen Colbourn By Ruth Rendell, retold by John Escott

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By Anne Brontë, retold by Margaret Tarner

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Shakespeare’s story of the tragic lovers Romeo and Juliet, is as relevant and popular now as it was over 400 years ago.

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By William Shakespeare, retold by Rachel Bladon

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When the mysterious Helen Graham and her son move to Wildfell Hall, it sets her neighbours talking. Who exactly is Helen Graham, and why does she keep her past a secret?

Romeo and Juliet

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The Treasure of Monte Cristo

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By Alexandre Dumas, retold by John Escott

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By Frances Hodgson Burnett

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The tale of the imprisonment and escape of Edward Dantes, taken from the classic novel The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas.

The Secret Garden

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The Wizard of Oz

By L. Frank Baum, retold by Margaret Tarner ra exercis

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Mary Lennox arrives from India to live with her uncle in Yorkshire. She is lonely and unwanted. Left alone, she has nothing to do but explore the large house and its grounds. Then one day, she finds a secret garden. For the first time Mary has something to care for, and as the garden begins to flourish, no one’s life is left untouched.

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By Daniel Defoe, retold by Salma Gabol

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Robinson Crusoe

The murder of Angela Hathall, in her own home, was extremely well-planned. The only clue to her murderer is a single fingerprint with an L-shaped scar. The detective in charge of the case, Reg Wexford, believes that Angela’s husband Robert Hathall killed his wife. Why isn’t Hathall more upset, and why does he quickly move away to London? But there are two questions which trouble Wexford even more: who is the mysterious woman Wexford is sure Hathall is seeing? Does she have an L-shaped scar on her finger?

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Many films have been made of this story.

The young Robinson Crusoe ignores his father’s advice and decides to become a sailor. But Crusoe is soon caught up in violent storms and finds himself shipwrecked on a remote island where he must live for the next 28 years.

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Shake Hands Forever

The classic folk tale of Robin Hood and his band of merry men, who rob from the rich to give to the poor.

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L. Frank Baum’s classic story of Dorothy’s adventures in the land of Oz. ra exercis

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Macmillan Readers Intermediate Level

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By Helen Fielding, retold by Anne Collins

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Bridget Jones’s Diary

Recommended for older readers.

The Great Gatsby

By F. Scott Fitzgerald, retold by Margaret Tarner Nick Carraway rents a house on Long Island. The house next door is owned by the fabulously rich and handsome Jay Gatsby. Nick’s cousin Daisy is beautiful and unhappily married. Nick soon finds himself caught between the lovers.

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David Copperfield

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By Jane Austen, retold by Margaret Tarner One of Jane Austen’s finest works, Emma is the story of a wealthy and beautiful girl whose favourite hobby is match-making. But when she tries to bring her friend Harriet together with Mr Elton, a young preacher, the results are disastrous.

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Helen Fielding’s story of the loveable Bridget and her struggles with men, weight, cigarettes and wine, was made internationally famous by the film starring Hugh Grant and Renée Zellweger. You’ve seen the film, now read the Reader!

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When David Copperfield’s father dies, his mother is forced to marry Edward Murdstone, a cruel and domineering man. David’s early life is one of poverty and hardship. Finally the young boy runs away to Dover and takes refuge with a lost aunt.

Hamlet

By William Shakespeare, retold by Margaret Tarner Shakespeare’s famous story of the young Prince Hamlet’s journey into despair and revenge after learning that his uncle is his father’s murderer.

Dracula

By Bram Stoker, retold by Margaret Tarner

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“Welcome to my house,” he said. “Enter Castle Dracula, Mr. Harker.” As I stepped inside, Count Dracula took hold of my arm. He was terribly strong and his hand was as cold as ice.

This Reader is written as a playscript and includes original extracts.

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By Charles Dickens

King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table

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By Stephen Colbourn

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Bond is sent to Jamaica to investigate the sudden disappearance of the island’s Governor. 007 suspects there is a link to Dr No, the owner of a remote island. There have been strange deaths on the island, which the local people blame on a mysterious and terrifying dragon.

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By Ian Fleming, retold by Anne Collins

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When Arthur pulls the sword from the stone, he becomes king of Logres. Arthur chooses the beautiful Guinevere to be his queen and builds a castle at Camelot, where he is joined by the famous Knights of the Round Table. Their adventures include slaying dragons, rescuing maidens and fighting the spells of Arthur’s half-sister, the cruel sorceress Morgana.

Dr No

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readers A Kiss Before Dying

By Ira Levin, retold by F. H. Cornish

The Pearl

By John Steinbeck, retold by Michael Paine ra exercis

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A young man, finding out that his girlfriend is pregnant, cold-bloodedly changes his plans to marry into a wealthy industrialist family. Throughout his life he has used his intelligence, striking good looks and violent strength to achieve what he wants. He will not be stopped now.

A sad and beautiful story about a MexicanIndian diver who finds the greatest pearl in the world, but loses his happiness. dio CD

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Meet Me in Istanbul By Richard Chisholm

Touching the Void By Joe Simpson

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Wuthering Heights

By Emily Brontë, retold by F. H. Cornish

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“Heathcliffe and Cathy became wilder and wilder. They listened to no-one.” Emily Brontë’s only novel, the passionate and violent story of the Earnshaw and Linton families, has become one of the most popular in British fiction.

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When Tess Durbeyfield travels to find her rich relatives, she is pursued and violently attacked by the ruthless Alec d’Urberville. A series of tragic events unfolds, in which Tess’s honest nature dooms her never to escape her past.

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Shylock lends money to the merchant Antonio but the stakes are high. When Antonio cannot pay him back, Shylock demands a terrible punishment…

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By Thomas Hardy, retold by John Escott

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By William Shakespeare, retold by Rachel Bladon

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The Merchant of Venice

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After her husband’s death, Mrs Dashwood and her three daughters, Elinor, Marianne and Margaret, must move to a small cottage in Barton Park. There Marianne meets and falls in love with the attractive but unreliable Willoughby, while Elinor longs for Edward Ferrars, the young man she was forced to leave behind.

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By Jane Austen, retold by Margaret Tarner

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Sense and Sensibility

The true story of Joe Simpson and Simon Yates’s climb up the mountain Siula Grande. When Joe breaks his leg high on the mountain, he knows that he will probably die. But Simon is determined to help his friend and resolves to lower him down the mountain on a rope. The plan seems to be going well, but then disaster strikes. Touching the Void is a gripping story of human courage and the will to survive.

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An adventure thriller set in Turkey. Tom Smith flies to Istanbul to join his fiancée for a holiday. But Angela fails to meet him that night as arranged and she is not at her apartment. Then Tom hears that Angela was killed in a driving accident a week ago.

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Moby Dick

By Herman Melville Ishmael and his friend join the crew of the whaling ship The Pequod, unaware that its captain, the mysterious Ahab, is out for revenge. His plan is to pursue and kill the vicious white whale Moby Dick, and no one can stop him.

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The Grapes of Wrath

By John Steinbeck, retold by Margaret Tarner Steinbeck’s most powerful novel describes the lives of a homeless farming family as they travel across America in the Great Depression of the 1930s. Every step of the way, the family face hardship and hostility as they struggle to survive in a country where kindness seems to no longer exist.

Of Mice and Men

By John Steinbeck, retold by Martin Winks

One windy evening, 8-year old Pip meets an escaped convict. Shortly afterwards, he visits the strange Miss Havisham, who tells Pip he has great expectations. With Au

By Richard Prescott Colin Fenton and his wife run a computer software company which is £10,000 in debt. A chance meeting in a pub offers Colin an opportunity to solve all his problems quickly, but he loses the gamble and subsequently his identity. Is he officially dead?

By Philip Prowse

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Great Expectations

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The tragic story of George and Lennie, who move from one farm to another looking for work. George is clever but Lennie’s size and slowness are always getting him into trouble. One day the two men get a job on a farm and things are going well until they meet the unhappy wife of the farm foreman, Curley. Then Curley’s wife tries to befriend Lennie...

Rebecca

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By Daphne du Maurier

Recommended for older readers.

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When the young and beautiful Dorothea Brooke marries the aging scholar Edward Casaubon, the people of Middlemarch believe that no good will come of it. Dorothea quickly grows unhappy and bored. Then she begins a sensitive friendship with Casaubon’s young cousin, Will Ladislaw.

The heroine meets and falls in love with Maxim de Winter, a rich Englishman whose wife has recently died under tragic circumstances. Maxim proposes to her and they return to live in Manderley, his beautiful house. But Rebecca, Maxim’s first wife, still dominates him and the house.

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Middlemarch

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Macmillan practice online

Inspiring learners, enhancing teaching

General English

Macmillan Practice Online is a new online practice environment to support and enhance classroom and textbook-based courses. Some MPO courses are designed to accompany best-selling print courses such as Sky High. Others have been created as freestanding resources that can be used effectively with any textbook at CEF levels A2-C2, or to provide examination practice. Accessible anywhere with an Internet connection, each course contains up to 200 individual interactive exercises comprising language and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, web projects and games. Students are given immediate feedback and their results are recorded in their mark book. All courses have been carefully designed by experienced ELT teachers to ensure that the activities are exactly the right level and that progression is well paced through the course.

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Key features: • Provides great online learning resources that inspire students and improve results • Supports classroom teaching and works alongside existing textbooks • Frees teachers to spend more time on productive skills training in the classroom while students practice online out of class • Lets students access comprehensive grammar support and the award-winning Macmillan English Dictionary online (see page 31) • Over 450 Grammar Reference Units comprise short exercises and reference material (either in words or animation) to exemplify and practice all areas of ELT grammar • Users can bookmark any resources they wish to revisit, build and categorize useful Wordlists, and add links to favorite websites

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CEF Practice Online A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Designed to be used independently, or as extra practice to support classroom work, or as a supplement to any CEF level A2-C2 coursebook, these online courses are available in both American and British English.

A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 CEF (American English) 03-0063-3 03-0064-0 03-0065-7 03-0066-4 03-0067-1 CEF (British English) 03-0058-9 03-0059-6 03-0060-2 03-0061-9 03-0062-6

Each course has 32 syllabus items comprising an average of 240 practice resources per CEF level, including a range of listening, vocabulary and pronunciation activities, language exercises, sample essays, web projects, and games. Each unit is linked to the CEF Can Do… statements so students can chart their progress through the course. Students are encouraged to complete the MPO Record of Achievement, which complements the Council of Europe Portfolio, at the end of the course.

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English for Academic Purposes Advanced Academic English A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 English for Academic Purposes (EAP) requires not only a high level of English competence, but also advanced academic skills. Academic English Practice Online courses offer students a wealth of materials to help them improve both their language and study skills within an academic context. The courses include academic reading, listening and grammar, plus exercises supporting tutorials and seminars, presentations, and written assignments. Study skills covered include note-taking, critical reading and listening, paraphrasing, and avoiding plagiarism. A unique feature of Academic English Practice Online courses is their inclusion of a University Culture section, introducing students to life at university and offering insights into choosing courses, assessment, finding a place to live and asking for support.

Advanced Academic English with IELTS A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Advanced Academic English with TOEFL® A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Designed to be used independently or as a supplement to an EAP Advanced coursebook, this online course at CEF level C1 offers quality resources for extra practice of EAP and the IELTS exam. Students can work on their English, whether at work, in class or on the move. There are 40 syllabus items and 145 resources in total comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening activities, sample essays and web projects. In addition, the course includes practice material for the IELTS exam and two practice tests for IELTS listening, reading and writing. Syllabus items focus on university life, academic grammar and vocabulary, skills development, speaking support, learning strategies and exam preparation. This course is suitable for both pre-sessional and in-sessional EAP practice. Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 Academic English with IELTS

Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 Advanced Academic English (American) 03-0055-8 Advanced Academic English (British) 03-0054-1

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Intended to be used independently or as a supplement to an EAP Advanced coursebook, this online course offers high-quality resources for extra practice of EAP and the listening and reading sections of the TOEFL® exam. There are 150 resources in total comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening activities, sample essays and web projects. In addition, the course includes exam practice material for the listening and reading sections of the TOEFL® exam licensed from the ETS exam board. Syllabus items focus on university life, academic grammar and vocabulary, skills development, speaking support, learning strategies and exam preparation. Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 Academic English with TOEFL®

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Each general EAP course includes 100 online resources and is available in either American or British English.

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Macmillan practice online English for Exams

When studying for an exam, students need all the practice they can get. Macmillan Practice Online courses for exam practice allow students to complete extra exam resources to practice their listening, reading and writing skills with hints on exam technique and grammar support.

PET Practice Online

FCE Practice Online

A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Tailored to Cambridge ESOL’s Preliminary English Test (PET), the widely recognized intermediate level general English exam, this online course is carefully designed to improve students’ exam performance and increase their language competence. Students of all ages preparing for PET can build on their confidence by practicing the skills they need for the test, either in class or at home. There are over 100 resources comprising grammar, language, vocabulary, listening and writing practice for the PET exam.

A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Tailored to Cambridge ESOL’s First Certificate in English (FCE), the widely recognized upper-intermediate level general English exam, this online course is designed to improve students’ exam performance and increase language competence. Students of all ages preparing for FCE can build on their confidence by practicing the skills they need for the test, either in class or at home. There are over 100 resources in total comprising grammar, language, vocabulary, listening and writing practice for the FCE exam.

Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 PET MPO

03-0050-3

For more information about the FCE exam, see pages 26-27.

Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 FCE MPO

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TOEFL® Preparation Online

A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Tailored to the new TOEIC® exam (Test of English for International Communication), this online course is carefully designed to improve students’ exam performance and increase their language competence. Students of all ages preparing for TOEIC® can build on their confidence by practicing the skills they need for the test, either in class or at home. There are 101 resources in total covering the listening, reading, speaking and writing sections of the TOEIC® exam.

A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Carefully customized for the TOEFL® exam (Test of English as a Foreign Language), this course is intended to enhance students’ performance and develop their language competence and confidence by practicing the skills they need for the test. There are 100 resources in total covering all parts of the listening and reading sections of the TOEFL® exam and all exam practice material is licensed from the ETS exam board.

For more information about the TOEIC® exam, see page 30.

For more information about the TOEFL® exam, see page 30.

Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 TOEIC® MPO

03-0052-7

Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 TOEFL® MPO

03-0053-4

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Coursebook Practice Materials Macmillan Practice Online coursebook materials offer supplementary practice and carefully designed homework resources matching the scope and sequence of specific Macmillan courses. They are especially useful for mixed ability classes: learners have an easy way to gain more practice in areas they find difficult and can access extra activities to consolidate their learning.

All MPO users can access a database of over 430 Grammar Reference units, each with a detailed explanation, learning tips and an interactive activity for reinforcement; as well as the Macmillan English Dictionary online (see page 31), to help them extend their vocabulary, improve pronunciation and become confident, independent learners.

Sky High Practice Online

New American Inside Out Practice Online

For more information about Sky High, see pages 12-13. 1 2 3 4 5 Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 Sky High MPO 03-0035-0 03-0036-7 03-0037-4 03-0038-1 03-0039-8 Split Edition Sky High MPO A 03-0040-4 03-0042-8 03-0044-2 03-0046-6 03-0048-0 Sky High MPO B 03-0041-1 03-0043-5 03-0045-9 03-0047-3 03-0049-7

American Inspiration Practice Online A1 A2 B1+ B2 C1 C2 Perfect for teenagers who are equally at home on the internet or in the classroom, American Inspiration Practice Online offers supplementary practice and homework resources matching the scope and sequence of this award-winning series (see page 28). There are 12 syllabus items (including 4 progress checks) with an average of 192 resources per level, comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, language tests and games. Levels 3 and 4 also include writing support. Students’ progress is recorded by the automatic Markbook feature. For more information about American Inspiration, see page 15. 1 2 3 4 Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 American Inspiration 03-0079-4 03-0081-7 03-0082-4 03-0083-1 Inspiration MPO 03-0080-0 03-0084-8 03-0085-5 03-0086-2

A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 New American Inside Out Practice Online offers a new dimension to well-established courses, as vibrant and relevant as the series themselves. For more information about New American Inside Out, see page 8. Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 Beginner American Inside Out 03-0029-9 Inside Out 03-0032-9

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A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Each course is divided into 12 units, wich provide homework and extra practice of the language points covered in Sky High Student’s Books. There are 150 resources per level, comprising language, grammar and vocabulary exercises, listening and pronunciation practice, and web projects. The six Checkpoint sections in each course review and reinforce the language and skills learnt in the preceding units.

In Company Practice Online A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 Particularly appealing to Business English students with busy schedules, In Company Practice Online courses are the ideal solution for business students at all levels. Exercises are automatically marked and students can download their results at any time to send to their teacher, enabling a constant monitoring of progress and performance.

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For more information about In Company, see page 25. Reference Code Prefix 11-2009 Elementary Pre- Intermediate Upper intermediate intermediate In Company MPO 03-0021-3 03-0023-7 03-0022-0 03-0024-4

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VIEWPOINTS Starter A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Special features of the DVD and Worksheets:

Viewpoints is an exciting video course following a graded scope and sequence. Made up of dialogues, interviews, and documentaries, it presents inspiring topics, real-life situations, and people talking about their experiences and points of view.

• Language Points exposes students to expressions used in everyday English • Your Viewpoint personalizes the learning process by encouraging students to share their own experiences and express their points of view

Each DVD comes with: • An 8-page booklet offering a synopsis of each video segment; a detailed table of grammar and vocabulary; and tips on how to teach with video • Downloadable 2-page worksheets with tasks and activities building on students’ prior knowledge to generate interest in the topic, check students’ comprehension, and practice the target language • Teacher’s notes, a full answer key, and a video script for each segment

For more information about Viewpoints, see page 16.

Essentials 1 ISBN Prefix 978-607 DVD with booklet 473-019-7 473-020-3 Levels 2-5 are fothcoming.

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Language Games CD-ROM

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A 1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 A stand-alone CD-ROM featuring 150 fun English language learning games, developed by leading ELT authors. Language Games CD-ROM is ideal for all ages and can be used by individual students for personal practice, or by schools in a self-access computer room or in front of the class.

Key features: • 3 bands of language difficulty from beginner to advanced • Over 54 hours of game-play time for the average language learner • Every game provides clear explanatory texts and hints for ease of use • The games can be searched according to topic, such as pronunciation or vocabulary, to match the user’s learning objective

Try the games for free at: www.macmillan.com.mx/games

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Language Games CD-ROM 9567-9

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD MATERIAL Starter A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 • Access the audio and video content instantly New Inside Out Digital is completely platform-independent: by tapping on the the content is delivered via DVD-ROM and can even be used relevant icon with a simple laptop and projector combination. All the special tools for interacting with the content are built into the software, • The Teacher’s Area allows you to create not relying on any particular manufacturer’s hardware to operate. custom presentations easily, or simply adapt the provided templates Key features: • Simple navigation provides easy access to • A digital version of the Student’s Book is visible on screen, Student’s Book pages, the Teacher’s Area, allowing you to combine traditional book-based learning printable documents and Help screens with the multimedia features of the digital version

Forthcoming

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Macmillan BOOKS for teachers Uncovering CLIL

Peeter Mehisto, Maria-Jesus Frigols and David Marsh Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) refers to methodologies in which an additional language is used as a medium for the teaching of non-language content. Uncovering CLIL is a guide for both language and subject teachers to the methodologies and techniques involved in CLIL teaching. Packed with practical ideas and suggestions about what works in the classroom, and featuring explanations and examples of how to use CLIL at primary, secondary and vocational levels, Uncovering CLIL is the essential companion for CLIL teachers.

Uncovering EAP

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Uncovering EAP explains the processes involved in teaching academic writing and reading to students going on to further study in an English-speaking environment, through concise theoretical overviews, complemented by an extensive range of practical activities and worksheets which teachers can use in their classrooms. Case studies give examples of real-life challenges faced by EAP teachers, with suggestions on how to tackle these situations.

Blended Learning Pete Sharma and Barney Barrett

The ideal companion for teachers interested in using technology in the language classroom, Blended Learning provides an overview of the technology currently available. It combines basic information for the technological novice with sophisticated ideas for using technology in the classroom.

Children Learning English Jayne Moon

Children bring to their English lessons many special characteristics and a natural curiosity about the world. This book helps teachers to observe and use the natural learning strengths of their pupils, while reflecting on and learning from their own experience.

Discover English

Rod Bolitho and Brian Tomlinson This text highlights and explores selected areas of grammar and vocabulary with exercises and commentaries.

Beyond the Sentence Scott Thornbury

Scott Thornbury takes discourse apart to show how it is structured and how we use these structures in comprehending meanings. More importantly, he shows how insights into discourse affect our work as language teachers, and how to transform theories into practical classroom activities.

Learning Teaching New Edition Jim Scrivener

A no-nonsense handbook for practicing ELT teachers, packed with practical and immediately usable activities.

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METHODOLGY Sound Foundations New Edition Adrian Underhill

This detailed book on phonology shows how sounds are physically made, and offers creative and practical classroom activities to help improve your students’ pronunciation. It comes with a free Audio CD, and a Chart is also available, with a guide.

Teaching Practice

Roger Gower, Diane Phillips and Steve Walters A reference book for EFL teachers in training. This edition takes into account current Cambridge & RSA CELTA assessment guidelines.

Uncovering Grammar Teaching Reading Skills Christine Nuttall

Christine Nuttall examines the skills required to read effectively and suggests classroom strategies for developing reading skills and testing reading.

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom Carol Read

Scott Thornbury

This book challenges the traditional view of grammar as a thing to be learned, suggesting that it is more like a process that emerges. It shows how to create the right conditions for students to uncover grammar. For more information about our methodology books for teachers, visit: www.macmillanenglish.com/methodology

700 Classroom Activities

David Seymour and Maria Popova This easy-to-use reference book provides 700 classroom-tested activities that can be used with students of all levels. The activities are organized into four clear sections: conversations, functions, grammar and vocabulary.

ISBN Prefix 978-1-4050 Beyond the Sentence Children Learning English Discover English Learning Teaching (New Edition) Sound Foundations (New Edition) Teaching Practice Teaching Reading Skills Uncovering Grammar 500 Activities for the Primary Classroom 700 Classroom Activities 8001-9

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This book is the answer to that perennial question of “What can I do with my class tomorrow?” Aimed at teachers of children from 3-12 years this is a lively, varied compendium of ideas and classroom activities. 6407-1 8002-6 8003-3 1399-4 6410-1 8004-0 8005-7 8006-4 9907-3

ISBN Prefix 978-0-435 Sound Foundations Chart & Guide

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ISBN Prefix 978-0-230 Blended Learning Uncovering CLIL Uncovering EAP

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author index A Allen, M Allison, J Allsop, J Ash, J Aspinall, T

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J Jakes, P Jones, V

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B Barrett, B Bolitho, R Brewster, S

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K Kavanagh, M Kay, S Kelly, A Kenny, N

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C Clarke, S Cottrell, S Craven, M Cusack, B

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L Lewis, M Llanas, A Lougheed, L Luque-Mortimer, L

22 17, 19 19 26

D Davies, P Dolby, D Duffy, C B Dymond, S

12, 14 28 30 26

E Emmerson, P

M Mahnke, K Marsh, D McCarter, S Mehisto, P Moon, J

24, 25

F French, A Frigols, M-J Fuscoe, K G Gakonga, J Garside, B Garton-Sprenger, J Gower, R H Harrison, M Hughes, J

26, 27 52 10-11

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N Norris, R Nuttall, C P Phillips, D Popova, M Porter, D Powell, D Powell, M Preshous, A Prodromou, L Prowse, P

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S Scrivener, J Seymour, D Sharma, P Sturtevant, J Sydes, J

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W Walters, S Whitby, N Williams, E J Williams, L Wyatt, R

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Z Zemach, D E

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Information Copying According to the International Copyright Act of 1976, the law allows a reader to make a single copy of a part of a book for purposes of private study. It does not allow the copying of entire books or the making of multiple copies of extracts. In some countries it is possible for schools to do a limited amount of photocopying under the terms of a licence issued by a licensing agency such as the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) in the UK. The other circumstances in which photocopying of copyright material is permitted is when the publisher has designated a book or part of a book ‘photocopiable’. This special permission is always indicated clearly in the book both at the front and on every photocopiable page. Many of the Teacher’s Books that accompany Macmillan courses contain such ‘photocopiable’ material. Under no circumstances may schools photocopy materials for use in self-access centres, unless they have registered with the Copyright Licensing Agency or an associated licensing agency and allow/use photocopying strictly in accordance with their

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500 Activities for the Primary Classroom

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IELTS Foundation

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Reading Keys

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700 Classroom Activities

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IELTS Foundation Study Skills

28

Reading Styles

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IELTS Graduation

28

Ready for CAE New Edition

27

IELTS Testbuilders

A Academic Writing Advanced Academic English MPO

22 23, 29, 30, 47

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Ready for FCE New Edition

27

Improve your IELTS Skills

29

Ready for PET New Edition

27

In Company

25

Advanced Language Practice

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In Company MPO

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American Inside Out

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Inside Out

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Sky High

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American Inspiration

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Interactive Whiteboard Material

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Sky High MPO

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American Inspiration MPO

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Intermediate Language Practice

20

Skyline

14

Sound Foundations New Edition

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Study Skills Handbook, The

22

Attitude

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Attitude Test Software

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K KET Testbuilder

26

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Study Skills for Speakers of English as a Second Language

22

Style Update

15

BEC Testbuilders

26

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Beyond the Sentence

52

Language Games CD-ROM

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Blended Learning

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Language Practice

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Business, The

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Learning Teaching New Edition

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Teaching Practice

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Learning to Listen

19

Teaching Reading Skills

53

Telephone English

25

Testbuilders

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TOEFL MPO

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C CAE Testbuilder

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CEF MPO

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Macmillan Books for Teachers

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Children Learning English

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Macmillan English Dictionary

31

TOEFL Practice Tests

Check Your Vocabulary for Academic English

23

Macmillan English Dictionary New Edition

31

TOEFL Preparation Course

Check Your Vocabulary for TOEFL

30

Macmillan English Grammar in Context

18

TOEIC MPO

Check Your Vocabulary for TOEIC

30

Macmillan Essential Dictionary

32

Macmillan Phrasal Verbs Plus

32

College Writing

19, 22

D Diccionario Macmillan Castillo

33

Discover English

52

U

46-49

Uncovering CLIL

52

Macmillan Readers

34-44

Uncovering EAP

23, 52

Macmillan School Dictionary

33

Uncovering Grammar

53

V

New American Inside Out

8

Elementary Language Practice

20

New American Inside Out MPO

49

Email English

25

New Proficiency Testbuilder

26

English with Style

15

Essential Language Practice

20

F

30 30, 48

Macmillan Practice Online

N E

30

Viewpoints

16, 50

P Paragraph Writing

19

PET MPO

48

FCE MPO

48

PET Testbuilder

26

First Certificate Language Practice

20

Presentations in English

25

First Certificate Testbuilder

26

Director de Proyecto y Edición: Kathryn Ellett Diseño y Formación: Imagen Con Tacto (Gabriel Berrón, Sandra Poceros) Anuncios Publicitarios: Imagen Con Tacto, Mauricio Islas Impresor:

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