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Real English for life beyond the classroom
Writing in English at advanced levels involves more than just words and grammar – it requires knowledge of the audience, context, environment and more. Being able to communicate in an appropriate way will help you to make a great impression when you write in English. Using real life examples and language Collins English for Life: Writing (B2+) will help you to sound natural, clear and confident when you write.
>Study the language people really use when they are writing
>Compare and contrast writing styles in lots of different environments
>Useful tips to increase your understanding of tone, slang and social context
Includes practice of writing in the following contexts:
•Writing a blog
•Contributing to an online forum
•Making a complaint
Plus each context helps to develop valuable writing skills including:
•Structuring your thoughts
•Being polite but firm
•Editing your own work
About the series:
What is it? Collins’ innovative English for Life series adds the extra bit of authenticity to your studies that traditional coursebooks often lack. The series includes helpful up-to-date and relevant topics needed to get by in English and uses authentic material from the Collins Corpus, the world’s largest database of the English language.
How can the series be used? The series can be used for independent study (self-study) and extra assignments, it's a great supplement to existing coursebooks, and the books can also be used as stand-alone coursebooks for short courses. All books have accompanying teacher resources available online.
What levels are available? There are three levels available:
B2+ (Upper intermediate)
- ”'My image of the 'writing”section in a typical ELT library would be a short, rather dusty, neglected shelf with just a few titles related to either academic writing, exam preparation or perhaps business English. What feels original about this new writing book from Collins is that it contains a wide range of genres with a great variety of personal or work-related writing dealing with different levels of formality and types of audience.’Jon Clayden, Academic Manager, Eurocentres London© Copyright BEBC REVIEW PANEL 2014