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by J. A. van Ek,J. L. M. Trim

eBook Vantage download ISBN: 052156705X
Author: J. A. van Ek,J. L. M. Trim
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (February 19, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 196
ePub: 1442 kb
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J. A. van Ek, J. L. M. Trim. A - Lexical exponents of specific notions for Vantage.

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A. It specifies the most essential situations, topics, functions and notions and their lexical and grammatical exponents. Further specifications include sociocultural competence, learning to learn, pronunciation and intonation.

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Business Vantage Student's Book Vantage - Van tage, v. t. To profit; to aid.

Business Vantage Student's Book. vantage - n. 1. a) a position, situation, etc. more advantageous than that of an opponent b) a position that allows a clear and broad view, understanding, et. also vantage poin. English World dictionary. Vantage - Van tage, v. Spenser.

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Vantage is a statement of language learning objectives which sets out how learners at upper-intermediate level should be able to use English in everyday communication. It specifies the most essential situations, topics, functions and notions and their lexical and grammatical exponents. Further specifications include sociocultural competence, learning to learn, pronunciation and intonation. This specification is of practical use to all those concerned with constructing language teaching syllabuses, course design, materials writing, language planning, and evaluation and assessment. Vantage is the third and highest level in the Waystage - Threshold - Vantage series. This series has been published by Cambridge University Press and developed in the framwork of the Modern Languages Programme of the Council of Europe.