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Cambridge Vocabulary for PET

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Cambridge Vocabulary for PET

This book covers the vocabulary needed for the PET exam. It provides students with practice of exam tasks from the Reading, Writing and Listening papers. It includes useful tips on how to approach exams tasks and learn vocabulary. It is informed by the Cambridge International Corpus and the Cambridge Learner Corpus to ensure that the vocabulary is presented in genuine contexts and covers real learner errors.

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  • Covers all the vocabulary needed for the PET exam with exam practice of all papers.
  • Informed by the Cambridge International Corpus, including the Cambridge Learner Corpus ensuring vocabulary is presented in genuine contexts, and covers the errors that students really make.
  • Common learner error warnings help students be aware of and avoid making common mistakes.
  • Regular progress tests allow students to consolidate their learning and chart their progress.
  • Tips on how to approach exam tasks practised in the book and how to learn vocabulary are ideal for the self-study student.
  • Appendix containing key word lists, including collocations and phrasal verbs provides a useful checklist and revision resource for students.
  • The topic-based unit approach means the material can easily be used to supplement an exam coursebook.
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Authors

Sue Ireland, Joanna Kosta

Level

Intermediate

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 13 November 2014

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It is interesting, and good for English learning: It will teach English for hundreds of people

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