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Interchange fourth edition launches in Brazil
Brazil was the first country to launch Interchange back in 1991, since then it has become the world's most successful series for adult and young-adult learners of American English.
The underlying philosophy of the course remains that language is best learned when it's used for meaningful communication.
Interchange fourth edition features contemporary topics and a strong focus on both accuracy and fluency. Its multi-skills syllabus integrates themes, grammar, functions, vocabulary, and pronunciation. The fourth edition offers updated content in every unit, grammar practice, and opportunities to develop speaking and listening skills.
Interchange fourth edition, written by Jack C. Richards, with Jonathan Hull and Susan Proctor, incorporates suggestions from teachers and students all over the world.
Tuesday, 11 September 2012
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