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English Vocabulary in Use. Advanced. McCarthy Michael, O'Dell Felicity.

  

2017, 3rd ed. — 300 p.             2007. — 292 p.

Vocabulary explanations and practice for advanced level (C1 to C2) learners of English. Perfect for both self-study and classroom activities. Quickly expand your vocabulary with over 100 units of easy to understand explanations and practice exercises. Also inside the book is a code for an ebook. This is the same as the printed book, but with audio so that you can listen to new words as well as reading them.

This new book in the successful English Vocabulary in Use series will bring students up to an advanced level knowledge of English. Over 2000 new words and expressions are presented and practised in typical contexts. Each unit provides valuable information for advanced level students about usage and there are clear explanations about subtle differences in meaning and collocation. This book has been carefully researched using evidence from the Cambridge International Corpus to ensure that the language studied is the English native speakers actually use. - Clear, attractive colour units. - 100 easy-to-use two-page units. - Presents new words in context and shows learners how to use them. - Uses authentic texts. - Promotes good learning habits with learning tips and follow-up tasks. - Contains a comprehensive, student-friendly answer key and a detailed index with phonetic transcriptions. Ideal for self study or classroom use. This new book in the successful English Vocabulary in Use series will bring students up to an advanced level knowledge of English. Over 2000 new words and expressions are presented and practised in typical contexts. Each unit provides valuable information for advanced level students about usage and there are clear explanations about subtle differences in meaning and collocation. This book has been carefully researched using evidence from the Cambridge International Corpus to ensure that the language studied is the English native speakers actually use. - Clear, attractive colour units. - 100 easy-to-use two-page units. - Presents new words in context and shows learners how to use them. - Uses authentic texts. - Promotes good learning habits with learning tips and follow-up tasks. - Contains a comprehensive, student-friendly answer key and a detailed index with phonetic transcriptions. Ideal for self study or classroom use.
 

 

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Contents
To the student 4
Aspects of vocabulary learning
i Strategies for learning
ii Types of meaning polysemy, synonymy, collocation, connotation, register
iii Making the most of your dictionary
iv Collocation the real thing, the genuine article
v Polysemy fair, flat, drill
vi Metaphor be on the ball, all the world's a stage
vii Register garments, clothes, clobber
viii Connotation and cultural associations cowboys, black cats
Word formation
1 Abbreviations and acronyms ID, FAQ, o.n.o.
2 Prefixes: creating new meanings over-, cross-, e-
3 Suffixes: productive suffixes and word classes -free, -proof, -esque
4 Word-building and word-blending biodegradable, cybercafe, guesstimate
5 Global contact and language enrichment loan word, roster, intelligentsia
6 Similar but different: words easily confused series/serial, moist/damp
Work and study
7 At work: colleagues and routines flexi-time, freelance, job-share
8 At work: career and promotion drive, perks, glass ceiling
9 Business 1 telemarketing, niche market, entrepreneurship
10 Business 2 submit a tender, default on a payment
11 Cramming for success: study and academic work rote-learning, assignment, deadline
12 Education: debates and issues elitism, league tables, the three Rs
People and relationships
13 Talking about yourself diligent, shrewd, sagacious
14 Relationships: positive aspects infatuated, amiable, kindred spirits
15 Relationships: problems disloyal, unsupportive, family feud
16 Passions: reactions and emotions conciliate, rapture, blissful
17 Feelings: antipathies and aversions abhorrence, loathing, fickle
18 Observing others: appearance and mannerisms lanky, grimace, pout
19 Observing others: character traits impulsive, diffident, gullible
20 Birth and death: from cradle to grave Caesarean section, obituaries, mourning
Leisure and lifestyle
21 Free time: relaxation and leisure time-consuming, dabbler, shopaholic
22 All the rage: clothes and fashion frumpy, dressed to kill, without frills
23 Homestyles, lifestyles granny flat, minimalism, household word
24 Socialising and networking housewarming, hobnob, clique
25 The performance arts: reviews and critiques hackneyed, typecast, rendition
26 The plastic arts philistinism, impenetrable, tongue-in-cheek
T7 Talking about books chronicle, memoirs, compulsive reading
28 We are what we eat wholesome, GM, unsavoury
29 Dinner's on me: entertaining and eating out sweet tooth, calorie-conscious, teetotal
Travel
30 On the road: traffic and driving hit-and-run, road rage, tailback
31 Travel and accommodation deluxe, charter, half-board
32 Tourism back to nature, eco-tourism, discerning
The environment
33 Describing the world paddy field, prairies, migrant
34 Weather and climate clammy, sweltering, snowed under
35 Buildings in metaphors glass ceiling, tower of strength, key to success
36 Trees, plants and metaphors nip in the bud, germinate, shrivel
37 Animals and birds rodent, herbivore, fur trade
38 Environment and conservation endangered, fossil fuels, pristine
Society and institutions
39 Here to help: service encounters obliging, shoddy, on hold
40 Authorities: customs and police sniffer dog, on-the-spot fine, drug squad
41 World views: ways of thinking bigot, assumption, tenet
42 Festivals in their cultural context renewal, commemorate, raucous
43 Talking about languages Germanic, syntax, pictograms
44 History usurp power, feudal, serf
45 Poverty: the haves and the have nots malnutrition, GDP, destitute
46 British politics lobbyist, petition, grievance
47 The language of law impeach, embezzle, overturn a verdict
48 War and peace deterrent, hostilities, biological warfare
49 Economy and finance debt, sanctions, devaluation
50 Personal finance: balancing your books strapped for cash, broke, golden handshake
The media
51 The media: print agony aunt, flyer, pamphlet
52 The media: Internet and e-mail chat room, browse, cookie
53 Advertising rock-bottom prices, state-of-the-art, trailers
54 The news: gathering and delivering column inch, sound bite, hot off the press
Health
55 Health and illness 1 go down with, hepatitis, typhoid
56 Health and illness 2 aches and pains, nauseous, acupuncture
57 Health and illness 3 side effects, jaundiced view, prognosis
58 Diet, sport and fitness cholesterol, cardiovascular, move the goalposts
Technology
59 Aspects of industrialisation low-tech, subsidies, lame duck
60 Technology and its impact PDA, biotechnology, ergonomics
61 Future visions virtual reality, e-commerce, gene therapy
Basic concepts
62 Space: expanse and confinement rambling, poky, labyrinth
63 Time: sequence and duration donkey's years, over the hill, fleeting
64 Motion: nuances of pace and movement hobble, trudge, stream
65 Manner: behaviour and body language mind your Ps and Qs, etiquette, twitch
66 Sound: from noise to silence noiseless, deafening, wail
61 Weight and density unwieldy, congeal, impervious
68 Colour: range and intensity ginger, pastel, grey cells
69 Speed pop, scuttle, rocket
70 Cause and effect generate, spark off, bring about
71 Comparison and contrast affinity, disparate, discrete
72 Difficulties, dilemmas and hitches glitch, gruelling, in a fix
73 Modality: expressing facts, opinions, desires the odds are, expedient, compulsory
74 Number: statistics and assessing quantity IQ, aggregate, round down
Functional vocabulary
75 Permission and prohibition acquiesce, veto, outlaw
76 Complaining and protesting grouse, whinge, find fault
77 Apologising, forgiving and reconciliation alibi, remorse, exonerate
78 Complimenting and praising laud, flatter, obsequious
79 Promises and bets vow, pledge, have a flutter
80 Reminiscences and regrets the good old days, look back, lament
81 Agreement, disagreement and compromise tally, rift, concession
82 Academic writing 1 infer, distort, append
83 Academic writing 2 reiterate, epitomise, allude
84 Writing: style and format doodle, block capitals, bullet
85 Lexical strategies for speaking thingummy, umpteen, a touch of
86 Speech: style and articulation shriek, lisp, slur
87 Vague language expressions smattering, more or less, or whatever
Idioms and phrasal verbs
88 Types of idiom have second thoughts, in the dark, stumbling block
89 Idioms for situations up and running, a complete shambles, as clear as mud
90 Idioms that comment on people 1 soft spot, the brains behind, on cloud nine
91 Idioms that comment on people 2 a rough diamond, a dark horse, at loggerheads
92 Idioms that comment on stories and reports out of the blue, famous last words, small world
93 Phrasal verbs 1 stand back from, stand in for, stand up for
94 Phrasal verbs 2 slog away, pelt down, bottle out
95 Phrasal verbs 3 miss out on, branch out, bubble over with
Aspects of variation
96 Divided by a common language: American and British English kitty-corner, deplane, faucet
97 Other Englishes: diversity and variety craic, beaut, shroff
98 Language and gender spokesperson, butch, effeminate
99 Language of age and social class oik, wireless, luncheon
100 Newspaper headline language crackdown, louts, besiege
Key 220
List of phonemic symbols 292
Index 293
Acknowledgements 315

 

 


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