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Changes 3 Workbook

English for International Communication

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Changes 3 Workbook: English for International Communication: Level 3: Workbook by Jack C Richards
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Changes is a three-level general English course for adult and young adult learners. The course reflects the fact that English is a language of international communication, not limited to one country, region or culture. Changes is based on a multi-skills syllabus which integrates structural, functional, lexical, phonological, situational and thematic syllabi. The methodology reflects a communicative approach and ensures that students have every opportunity to develop confident communicative ability as well as accuracy in English.

Table of Contents

1 That's what friends are for; 2 All in a day's work;3 Destinations;4 What a story!; 5 Could you do me a favour?;6 Comparatively speaking;7 Don't drink the water!; 8 Getting things done;9 Is that a fact?;10 There's no place like home;11 What a world we live in!; 12 How does it work?; 13 That's a possibility; 14 The right stuff; 15 It's a matter of opinion
Release date NZ
February 15th, 1996
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Cambridge University Press
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