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Leo Jones

Leo Jones

Leo Jones lives and works in Bournemouth in the UK, where he taught for many years in a language school. He is a freelance writer and teacher-trainer and has done workshops for teachers in many countries. Among his best-known books, all published by Cambridge University Press, are: Functions of English, Ideas, Great Ideas, New International Business English, New Progress to First Certificate, Let's Talk 1–3, Welcome!, New Cambridge Advanced English, New Progress to Proficiency, Working in English, and Making Progress to First Certificate.

Cambridge University Press bibliography

  • Let's Talk 2nd Edition

    Let's Talk 2nd Edition

    Let’s Talk Second edition is a speaking and listening course that takes students from a high-beginning to a high-intermediate level.

    Author: Leo Jones
    English Type: American English
    CEF Level: A1 - B2
    Publication date: 15/11/2007
  • Welcome! 2nd Edition

    Welcome! 2nd Edition
    English for the Travel and Tourism Industry

    Welcome! is an intermediate level course for people who need to use or who are preparing to use English in their day-to-day work in the tourism, hospitality and travel industries.

    Author: Leo Jones
    English Type: International English
    CEF Level: B1
    Publication date: 24/03/2005
  • New International Business English

    New International Business English

    New International Business English Updated edition is an upper intermediate (B2) level course for learners who need to use English in their day-to-day work.

    Authors: Leo Jones, Richard Alexander
    English Type: British English
    CEF Level: B2
    Publication date: 17/02/2000
  • Great Ideas

    Great Ideas
    Listening and speaking activities for students of American English

    Great Ideas is a unique collection of absorbing and enjoyable fluency practice activities designed to improve listening and speaking abilities.

    Authors: Leo Jones, Victoria Kimbrough
    English Type: American English
    Publication date: 31/07/1986
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