Check Your English Vocabulary for Phrasal Verbs and Idioms: All you need to pass your exams by Rawdon Wyatt
Check Your Vocabulary workbooks are aimed at learners of English who want to build vocabulary in a specific area. Check Your English Vocabulary Phrasal Verbs and Idioms is a new title in the range which focuses on an extremely important, yet difficult, area of study for learners. Phrases such as ‘go with the flow’ or ‘hang around’ form a natural part of native English speakers’ speech; however, they present the learner with a tall order – having to master distinctive expressions whose meaning cannot be deduced from the meaning of their actual words. Containing a range of word games, quizzes and exercises, this workbook will help build vocabulary confidence in a fun, memorable way.
This workbook contains a range of exercises designed specifically to help learners of English master phrasal verbs and idioms. Written for learners of English at intermediate and upper-intermediate level. Check Your English Vocabulary Phrasal Verbs and Idioms is particularly appropriate for students working towards TOEFL and IELTS examinations. The materials use fun puzzles and exercise to test and build knowledge of both general and topic specific phrasal verbs and idioms.
About the Author
Rawdon Wyatt is the author of numerous other vocabulary preparation books, including ones for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and the First Certificate in English (FCE) exams.
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