Teaching the Pronunciation of English as a Lingua Franca

TPELF coverThis book draws on the Lingua Franca core, a set of pronunciation features that research has found to be essential to intelligibility in ELF communications, and explores how adopting an ELF approach to teaching pronunciation can benefit students. The accompanying audio CD features dialogues between ELF speakers from fifteen different first language backgrounds.

Oxford English for Careers: Tourism

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Born out of more than twenty years’ experience teaching English at the Escuela Universitaria de Turismo de Asturias, in Spain, Oxford English for Careers:  Tourism was written for pre-work students studying at pre-intermediate to upper-intermediate level.

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The course is divided into three levels: Provision, Encounters, and Management. Each level develops the vocabulary, language, and skills that students will need to communicate effectively with customers and colleagues, whether in an administrative or managerial role.


The Teacher’s Resource Book gives background introductions to the specialist knowledge needed for each unit, plus additional acitvities for mixed-ability groups. Online resources provide fi¡urther help on how to teach English for tourism.

English File: Pocket Book for Speakers of Spanish

EF3 pocket book cover copyThe Pocket Books have been specially written for speakers of Spanish. With help from teachers around the country, they support learners using OUP’s English File through notes, bi-lingual examples and translations about common errors, false friends and pronunciation problems.

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