LANGUAGE, NURTUREDResources for Advanced English Majors & Teachers of Specialised Schools

Explore a wide range of authentic resources, language tips, word lists, practice papers, games & activities for international + national advanced language exams & Olympic English competitions.

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RESOURCES, PRE-TESTED, REVISITEDDeveloping Language Awareness & Proficiency

Workshop Chuyen Anh (Noi San Day & Hoc Chuyen Tieng Anh) has a cornucopia of corpus-based, pre-tested resources that can help teachers & learners prepare for high-level language proficiency exams, including Cambridge English: C1 Advanced (CAE), Cambridge English: C2 Proficiency (CPE), Olympic competitions & regional/national advanced exams for English majors. We also have weekly sessions covering important aspects of teaching advanced English in specialised schools, as well as suggestions on how to help gifted/talented students on the journey to a genuine enjoyment & appreciation of the English language.
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CORPUS-BASEDProjects & Publications

More corpus-based, pre-tested books & worksheets are coming out this year.
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Acknowledgements

All authors must admit to a dependence on the work of others. We are no exception. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to all the publications and reference sources that we have consulted and adapted for educational purposes. It would also have been quite impossible to have produced the material on this website without adapting a variety of authentic resources that we have regularly referred to. While every effort has been made, it has not always been possible to identify and cite the sources of all the material used or to trace all copyright holders. We will be happy to omit any contents or include any appropriate acknowledgements when they are brought to our notice.

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