Download Cambridge 9781139567220 Face2face Elementary Workbook WoKey 2nd Second Edition(1) PDF

TitleCambridge 9781139567220 Face2face Elementary Workbook WoKey 2nd Second Edition(1)
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Elementary
Workbook without Key

Chris Redston with Gillie Cunningham

face2face

A1–A2

face2face Second edition is a fully updated and redesigned edition of this best-selling general English course
for adults and young adults who want to learn quickly and effectively in today’s world. Based on the communicative
approach, it combines the best in current methodology with innovative new features designed to make learning and
teaching easier. Vocabulary and grammar are given equal importance and there is a strong focus on listening and
speaking in social situations.

face2face Second edition is fully compatible with the Common European Framework of Reference for
Languages (CEFR) and gives students regular opportunities to evaluate their progress.

face2face SECOND EDITION

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Second Edition

ISBN 978 0521 67542 0 ISBN 978 0521 17092 5

Raymond Murphy

Fourth Edition

A self-study reference and practice book
for intermediate students of English

with answers

The world’s best-selling

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EGU Suppex
third edition

Cambridge
Learner’s
Dictionary

EVU

English Grammar in Use
Without answers. Fourth Edition

English Grammar in Use Fourth Edition is an updated version of the
best-selling grammar title.

This new edition:

• has a fresh, appealing new design and clear layout, with revised and
updated examples

• is arranged in a tried-and-trusted, easy to use format, with
explanations of grammar points on each left-hand page and
exercises to check understanding on the right

• is perfect for independent learning. The study guide helps you
identify which language points to focus on.

• contains lots of additional practice exercises to consolidate learning.

Also available:

English Grammar in Use Online
This version contains all the book content PLUS many
additional features including:

• audio recordings for all the example sentences
• new exercises created especially for the online version
• automatic marking of questions and tracking of your

progress

• an expanded Study Guide
• the CD ROM content in online format

www.egu-online.com

ISBN 978 0521 18906 4

Third Edition

A self-study reference and practice book
for elementary students of English

with answers

Raymond Murphy

Essential Grammar in Use
With answers and CD-ROM • Third Edition
A self-study reference and practice book for elementary students

Using clear examples and easy-to-follow exercises, this new, full-colour edition of
the best-selling Essential Grammar in Use makes learning easy, covering all the areas
of grammar that an elementary-level student needs.

• Two-page units with clear explanations on the left page and practice exercises on
the right.

• NEW! Study Guide helps you fi nd the most useful language points for you, making
this book ideal for self-study.

• NEW! Even more ‘Additional Exercises’ give you extra practice of diffi cult areas.

The new CD-ROM gives you hundreds of practice exercises, providing further
practice for every unit.

• A variety of games and exercises make
learning fun – download extra games for free
when you install the CD-ROM.

• Make your own tests: Choose from over 600
grammar questions to test the areas that
YOU want to practise.

• Audio recordings provide extra listening and
pronunciation practice.

• The built-in dictionary gives you instant
defi nitions of any new vocabulary.

• Interactive speaking exercises provide extra
practice at the end of each section.

Also available: Essential Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises Second Edition with answers

Cambridge Essential English Dictionary Second Edition

English Grammar in Use Fourth Edition with answers

CD-ROMCD-ROM

CD-ROM for Microsoft® Windows® 2000, XP, Vista or 7

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The Workbook contains:

• Fully-updated self-study exercises for every lesson of
the Student’s Book.

• References to the interactive Language Summary at
the back of the Student’s Book.

• A 24-page Reading and Writing Portfolio linked to
the CEFR with a comprehensive list of ‘Can do’
statements allowing students to track their own
progress. The Portfolio contains twelve extra double-
page lessons, which can be used for self-study or in
the classroom.

Visit www.cambridge.org/elt/face2face for more free
learning resources.

A1–A2 English Profile
www.englishprofile.org

C1 Advanced (CAE)

B2 First (FCE)

B1 +
Preliminary (PET)

B1

A2 Key (KET)

A1

CEFR level: Cambridge ESOL exams:

Upper Intermediate

Advanced

Intermediate

Pre-intermediate

Elementary

Starter

face2face

Elementary reviews A1 and takes students to the end of A2.

SECOND EDITION

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c a m b r i d g e u n i v e r s i t y p r e s s
Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town,
Singapore, São Paulo, Delhi, Tokyo, Mexico City

Cambridge University Press
The Edinburgh Building, Cambridge CB2 8RU, UK

www.cambridge.org
Information on this title: www.cambridge.org/9780521283069

© Cambridge University Press 2012

This publication is in copyright. Subject to statutory exception
and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements,
no reproduction of any part may take place without the written
permission of Cambridge University Press.

First published 2012

Printed in the United Kingdom by Polestar Wheatons Ltd, Exeter

A catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library

ISBN 978-0-521-28306-9 Elementary Workbook without Key
ISBN 978-0-521-28305-2 Elementary Workbook with Key
ISBN 978-1-107-42204-9 Elementary Student’s Book with DVD-ROM
ISBN 978-1-107-65400-6 Elementary Teacher’s Book with DVD
ISBN 978-1-107-42206-3 Elementary Class Audio CDs

Cambridge University Press has no responsibility for the persistence or
accuracy of URLs for external or third-party internet websites referred to in
this publication, and does not guarantee that any content on such websites is,
or will remain, accurate or appropriate. Information regarding prices, travel
timetables and other factual information given in this work is correct at
the time of first printing but Cambridge University Press does not guarantee
the accuracy of such information thereafter.

Chris Redston would like to thank: Peter Satchell for all his help and advice
during the writing of this book; Eoin Higgins for editing the proofs with such
accuracy and good humour; Greg Sibley for managing the face2face Second
edition project and being so understanding when deadlines were missed;
Linda Matthews for keeping the production wheels turning; Hilary Luckcock
for her help with the photos; Gillie Cunningham for her excellent work on
the second edition of the Student’s Book, and everyone at Blooberry for the
book design. He would also like to offer particular thanks to Adela Pickles for
saying yes when he proposed to her under the shade of a thousand-year-old
olive tree in Ibiza, and to Skipper the bunny for being such a devoted and
entertaining friend (much more so than his namesake).

The authors and publishers are grateful to the following contributors:
Blooberry Design Ltd: cover and text design and page make-up
Hilary Luckcock: picture research

The publishers are grateful to the following for permission to reproduce
copyright photographs and material:
Key: l = left, c = centre, r = right, t = top, b = bottom
Alamy/©imagebroker for p10(lt), /©Pawel Libera Images for p47(l), /©Eightfish
for p47(r), /©All Star Picture Library for p52(c), /©Image Source for p56(l),
/©MedioImages for p69, /©eye35.com for p76(A), /©Barry Mason for p76(D),
/©Chris Ballentine for p84; Amazon.com for p30(logo); Corbis/©Ocean for
p10(lc), /©Royalty Free for p19, /©David Brabyn for p30(t), /©Construction
Photography for p39, /©Robbie Jack for p48(l), /©Reuters for p60(l),
/©Royalty Free for p76(C); Fotolia/©nyul for p10(tl), /©Justin Maresch for
p10(lcb), /©Teamarbeit for p10(lb), /©vgstudio for p22(b), /©Clara for p46(4),
/©jazzid for p46(5), /©David Hughes for p46(6), /©Cobra for p46(7), /©Chris
Harvey for p46(8), /©East Village Images for p46(9); Getty Images for p6(c);
Getty Images/©Image Bank for p17, /©WireImage for p52(b), /©Comstock
for p56(r), /©Photodisc for p59(t), /©Digital Vision for p59(b), /©Photodisc
for p61, /©Photodisc for p82; Greg Evans International for p76(B); Image
State/©Michael Paras for p21, /©AGE Fotostock for p68; istockphoto/©Julie
Fairman for p10(tr), /©amriphoto for p10(lct), /©Cory Johnson for p14(r), /©Cat
London for p20, /©Joshua Hodge Photography for p22(t), /©Gene Chutka for
p36(t), /©Anton Ferreira for p45(t), /©Justin Horrocks for p55(l), /©slobo for
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Shutterstock/©Monkey Business Images for p10(tc), /©Stocklite for pp28,
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Vyacheslav for p46(10), /©iko for p55(c), /©Ronen for p66(r), /©Chris Pole for
p81; The Kobal Collection/©Carolco for p27(l), /©20th Century Fox for p27(r).

The photograph on p60(r) has been supplied by the author.

The following photographs were taken on commission by Trevor Clifford
for CUP: pp5, 65(t,b).

Front cover photos by: Thinkstock (L); Thinkstock/Jupiterimages (R).

The publishers would like to thank the following illustrators:
Mark Duffin, RedJelly, Naf (New Division), Joanne Kerr (New Division), Sean
Simms (New Division), Dirty Vectors, Maria Raymondsdotter (CIA), Andy
Hammond (Illustration)

Corpus Development of this publication has made use of the Cambridge
English Corpus (CEC). The CEC is a computer database of contemporary
spoken and written English, which currently stands at over one billion words.
It includes British English, American English and other varieties of English. It
also includes the Cambridge Learner Corpus, developed in collaboration with
the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations. Cambridge University Press
has built up the CEC to provide evidence about language use that helps to
produce better language teaching materials.

English Profile This product is informed by the English Vocabulary Profile,
built as part of English Profile, a collaborative programme designed to
enhance the learning, teaching and assessment of English worldwide. Its
main funding partners are Cambridge University Press and Cambridge ESOL
and its aim is to create a ‘profile’ for English linked to the Common European
Framework of Reference for Languages (CEF). English Profile outcomes, such
as the English Vocabulary Profile, will provide detailed information about the
language that learners can be expected to demonstrate at each CEF level,
offering a clear benchmark for learners’ proficiency. For more information,
please visit www.englishprofile.org

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