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Hot English Magazine - Exams May 2015 - AUDIO
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Hot English Magazine - Exams May 2015 - AUDIOHot English Magazine - Exams May 2015 - AUDIO

Are you learning English? Or are you an English teacher? Either way... if you're looking for a fun and interesting English magazine for learning or teaching English then you've come to the right place. Hot English magazine is a leading English resource. Its fun and colourful approach to teaching real English as it's spoken by native speakers is popular around the world. Loved by both students and teachers, there's something for everyone and all levels in Hot English magazine.
 
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Hot English Magazine #157 - June 2015
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Hot English Magazine #157 - June 2015Hot English Magazine #157 - June 2015

Are you learning English? Or are you an English teacher? Either way... if you're looking for a fun and interesting English magazine for learning or teaching English then you've come to the right place. Hot English magazine is a leading English resource. Its fun and colourful approach to teaching real English as it's spoken by native speakers is popular around the world. Loved by both students and teachers, there's something for everyone and all levels in Hot English magazine.
 
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The Economist - Issue 2015-05-23
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The Economist - Issue 2015-05-23The Economist - Issue 2015-05-23

The Economist is a global weekly magazine written for those who share an uncommon interest in being well and broadly informed. Each issue explores the close links between domestic and international issues, business, politics, finance, current affairs, science, technology and the arts.
 
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Speaking Our Minds: Why human communication is different, and how language evolved to make it special
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Speaking Our Minds: Why human communication is different, and how language evolved to make it specialSpeaking Our Minds: Why human communication is different, and how language evolved to make it special

Fascinating and original, Scott-Phillips presents a novel thesis explaining the origins and evolution of language to answer the questions of why language is unique to humans and how language developed. Drawing on evolutionary psychology, biology, linguistics and anthropology, it is essential reading for anyone interested in language's evolution.
 
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BBC History Magazine - June 2015
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BBC History Magazine - June 2015BBC History Magazine - June 2015

BBC History Magazine aims to shed new light on the past to help you make more sense of the world today. Fascinating stories from contributors are the leading experts in their fields, so whether they're exploring Ancient Egypt, Tudor England or the Second World War, you'll be reading the latest, most thought-provoking historical research. BBC History Magazine brings history to life with informative, lively and entertaining features written by the world's leading historians and journalists and is a captivating read for anyone who's interested in the past.
 
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10 tips for effective Public speaking
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10 tips for effective Public speaking10 tips for effective Public speaking

A presentation on public speaking. Made with a clean, contemporary design aesthetic.
 
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Teaching Adult Literacy: principles and practice (Developing Adult Skills)
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Teaching Adult Literacy: principles and practice (Developing Adult Skills)Teaching Adult Literacy: principles and practice (Developing Adult Skills)

In this book, the authors offer friendly guidance on how to work with adult learners to develop their literacy skills and practices. They challenge the negative view of adult literacy learners as social 'problems', often described in terms of their deficits. They promote an alternative view of people who have rich resources and skills in many areas of their lives which they can bring to the learning process.
 
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