Passages, Second Edition, is a thoroughly revised edition of Passages, the successful two-level, multi-skills course that takes adult and young-adult learners of English from the high-intermediate to advanced level.
Passages, Second Edition, is a thoroughly revised edition of Passages, the successful two-level, multi-skills course that takes adult and young-adult learners of English from the high-intermediate to advanced level. Updated to offer fresh, contemporary content, it provides many opportunities for expansion of listening and speaking skills, as well as reading skills development, a step-by-step academic writing strand, a new Grammar Plus section with additional grammar explanation and practice, and a new learner-focused self-study section. Each Student's Book also includes the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary on CD-ROM. The course helps learners communicate both accurately and fluently while providing challenging content to develop their higher-level thinking skills. Passages, Second Edition, provides an ideal follow-up for students who have completed a beginning to intermediate course, and it is carefully coordinated to function as a sequel to Interchange Third Edition, the world's most successful course for adult and young-adult learners of English.
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