Help your students improve their exam performance by insisting on the Longman Exams Dictionary, the only dictionary written specifically to help advanced exam students with 212,000 words, phrases and meanings. Plus hours of practice on the CD-ROM.
Students can focus on vocabulary for common exam topics. The Topic Activator is a highly effective tool that groups key vocabulary for topics such as the environment, computers and the media
Students can work on improving their essay writing skills with the Essay Activator,which contains relevant vocabulary and collocations for essay writing with examples from authentic academic writing
The dictionary increases your students’ chances of exam success with over 35 hours of interactive exam practice and feedback for FCE, CAE, IELTS, TOEIC® and TOEFL® on the Longman Exams Coach CD-ROM
- 10,000 synonyms, antonyms and Word Families
- Clear definitions using only 2000 common words
- The only dictionary to highlight the Academic Word List words students need to succeed at university or college
- Over 1000 Study Notes on vocabulary, grammar and common errors
- 160,000 examples show natural usage
- 3000 most frequent words in spoken and written English – only Longman dictionaries contain this information
- Thousands of examples from academic reports and essays
- Covers key academic study areas such as computing, business, science and medicine
The CD ROM
- Help and feedback from the Longman Exams Coach – a virtual teacher on CD-ROM
- 35 hours of interactive exam practice with feedback
- Over 3 hours of practice listening tests
- Easy-access reference guides for grammar and writing
- Get your students used to exam conditions with the test mode
“The Longman Exams Dictionary is massive, with 212,000 words, phrases and meanings. Also bundled in are a writing handbook, a Topic Activator and an Essay Activator, not to mention an academic word list of 570 word families commonly found in academic texts. From a corpus point of view this is perhaps the key innovation of this title.
It is, given the academic corpus work, brilliant for Ielts. Indeed this is the dictionary for EAP students, whether they are sitting exams or not.”
Melanie Butler, ELreviews, April 2006.