The series is designed for adults and young adults, and combines a holistic approach to reading with a thorough treatment of high-frequency idioms, phrasal verbs and fixed expressions. Highly unusual, true-life stories from around the world immediately capture students' interest. The stories progress in length and difficulty throughout each book and the series. Common and essential idioms are presented in engaging contexts that provide clear meaning and a natural use of new vocabulary. Idioms and expressions are systematically practised and recycled. Lively comic-style illustrations and tapes provide richly contextualized visual and aural reinforcement of content and idioms. Ample opportunities for producing idioms in speaking and writing are provided through story retelling, thought-provoking personal questions, dialogue production and dictation. Review units provide additional practice of form and meaning of idioms in enjoyable new contexts. A complete Lexicon offers further information on collocations, grammar, synonyms and antonyms. Join the Oxford Teachers' Club for free access to the Can You Believe It? website, which offers quizzes and answer keys for each level.This 3-level series aquot;integrates true and memorable readings with idioms and vocabulary development ... combines a holistic approach to reading with a thorough treatment of high-frequency idioms, phrasal verbs and fixed expressions.aquot; -from ...
|Title||:||Can You Believe It?: 2: Book|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2000-03-30|