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English grammar in use, 3rd edn.

Murphy, R, 2004, English grammar in use, 3rd edn., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

This text includes a CD and many useful exercises. Organised according to grammatical categories, there are clear explanations of grammar usage, examples and exercises for self-study. Highly recommended.

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In tempo: an English pronunciation course

Zawadzki, H, 1994, In tempo: an English pronunciation course, National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research, Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW.

This resource consists of a book and cassettes. It is simple, clear and one of the few attempts to present an overview of the key features of spoken educated Australian English, in a way that is accessible to non-linguists.

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Oxford English for Computing

Boeckner, K and Brown, PC , 1993, Oxford English for Computing, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

This text offers a range of texts and listening activities centred on computer applications and technology. While it may not fit with the kinds of problems you generally experience, you might find it useful when working with language in a computer-based context. Cassette tape and book.

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Understanding everyday Australian: A focus on spoken language with language reviews, exercises and answers

Boyer, S, 2000, Understanding everyday Australian: A focus on spoken language with language reviews, exercises and answers, Boyer Educational Resources, Glenbrook, NSW.

Working at your own pace, the text and cassette are designed to introduce you to Australian spoken language in a step-by-step format. It uses everyday situations such as shopping, doctor visits, family and social occassions to build your understanding, speaking, listening skills and overall confidence about everyday situations in Australian society. Book and audio cassette not provided yet.

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What's my line? Telephone tasks and activities for ESL

Hajncl, L, 2002, What's my line? Telephone tasks and activities for ESL, Ames Research and Learning Innovation, Melbourne.

This text uses language activities based around the telephone book and telephone conversations. It combines both written and listening tasks with exercises for you to practice information gathering, reading comprehension, vocabulary, listening and role-plays. It is clearly set out with many examples and exercises and accompanying tape scripts. It is at a suitable level for secondary and adult learners.

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