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Course 2018-2019 a.y.

20371 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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Course taught in English

MM (4 credits - I sem. - OP)
Course Director:
JOHN Mc HARDY CLARK

Module: Livello B1
Instructors:
Class 88: TO BE DEFINED


Mission & Content Summary
MISSION

The aim of the course is to give the student a business B1level.

CONTENT SUMMARY
  • Ways of working
  • Company benefits
  • Starting a business
  • Advertising
  • The workplace
  • Recruitment
  • Sales
  • Training
  • Branding
  • Ethical economics

Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO)
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
At the end of the course student will be able to...

At the end of the course student will be able to...

  • Understand brief, authentic texts on familiar business topics;
  • Understand the main points, important details, and key words when people are speaking naturally;
  • Use  common structures of English appropriately to produce long and  short writtentexts.

The course takes into account the fact that the students are learning the language for use in professional situations (Business English).

APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
At the end of the course student will be able to...

At the end of the course student will be able to...

  • Understand brief, authentic texts on familiar business topics;
  • Understand the main points, important details, and key words when people are speaking naturally;
  • Use  common structures of English appropriately to produce long and  short writtentexts.

The course takes into account the fact that the students are learning the language for use in professional situations (Business English).


Teaching methods
  • Face-to-face lectures
  • Exercises (exercises, database, software etc.)
  • Individual assignments
  • Interactive class activities (role playing, business game, simulation, online forum, instant polls)
DETAILS
  • Face-to-face lecture: these will be conducted by the professor who is assigned to the course
  • Exercises (Exercises, database, software etc.): these will be selected at the consent of the professor  from the materials available to them
  • Individual assignments: these will be assigned by the professor during the 1st and 2nd semestrs
  • Interactive class activities : role playing and simulation activities

Assessment methods
  Continuous assessment Partial exams General exam
  • Written individual exam (traditional/online)
  •   x x
  • Oral individual exam
  •     x
  • Individual assignment (report, exercise, presentation, project work etc.)
  • x    
  • Active class participation (virtual, attendance)
  • x    
    ATTENDING AND NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

    At the end of the 2nd Semester of the first year (May/June), students have the option of taking a written mid-term exam. This is not obligatory.

    At the end of the 1st semester of the second year there is a final written and oral exam (January). This is obligatory.


    Written exam.

    Listening: messages, announcements, surveys, radio broadcasts. Sentence and/or table completion, true/false questions, multiple choice answers, open/closed questions (30 marks).

    Reading: understanding one or more passages of a certain complexity. Sentence and/or table completion, true/false questions, multiple choice answers, open/closed questions, producing appropriate sentences (40 marks).

    Writing: writing authentic documents. Writing memos, letters or short reports according to instructions (30 marks).

    Marks are initially marked out of 100 and then converted into thirtieths.

    Oral exam
    Access to the oral exam is only possible once a student has passed the written exam (18/30).
    The oral is divided into 2 parts: presentation and discussion

    Presentation: each student gives a presentation (lasting 5-7 minutes) prepared in advance using slides and based on the topics in the course books, Cambridge Academic English Intermediate and Career Express B2. The other students must follow the speaker's presentation.

    Discussion: the candidates, in groups of 2 or 3, are asked to discuss the presentations they have selected and prepared.


    Both mid term and final year exam syllabuses are the same for attending and not attending students. Limited validity for all tests.
    For details, refer to the Course syllabus and examinations on 
    www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.


    Teaching materials
    ATTENDING AND NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

    Textbooks:

     

    • John Hughes, Total Business 2 student’s book Summertime Publishing
    Last change 11/02/2019 17:12

    Go to modules: Livello B1 - Livello B2 - Livello c1 - CERTIF

    Module: Livello B2
    Instructors:
    Class 1: RICHARD SALES, Class 2: JAMES TIERNEY, Class 3: DAVID PARK


    Mission & Content Summary
    MISSION

    The aim of the course is to give the student a B2 business level.

    CONTENT SUMMARY

    The course is divided into core topics. Around these topics students will practice and develop the appropriate skills expected at this level.

    • Styles of learning.
    • Indications and trends.
    • Environment.
    • Ethics.
    • Information age.
    • Using Budgets.
    • Innovation.
    • IT issues.
    • Culture Shock.
    • Advertising and Media.
    • Applying for an Internship.
    • Work and Play/Pay.
    • Customer Service.
    • Communication.
    • Company structures.
    • Start ups.

    Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO)
    KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
    At the end of the course student will be able to...
    • Understand brief, authentic texts on familiar business topics;
    • Understand main points, important details, and key words when people are speaking naturally;
    • Use the common structures of English appropriately to produce sentences and brief texts.
    APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
    At the end of the course student will be able to...
    • Understand brief, authentic texts on familiar business topics;
    • Understand main points, important details, and key words when people are speaking naturally;
    • Use the common structures of English appropriately to produce sentences and brief texts.

    Teaching methods
    • Face-to-face lectures
    • Exercises (exercises, database, software etc.)
    • Individual assignments
    • Interactive class activities (role playing, business game, simulation, online forum, instant polls)
    DETAILS
    • Face-to-face lectures given by course professor
    • Exercises (Exercises, database, software etc.) selected by the course professor 
    • Individual assignments
    • Interactive class activities (Role playing, Business game, simulation, online forum, instant polls)

    Assessment methods
      Continuous assessment Partial exams General exam
  • Written individual exam (traditional/online)
  •   x x
  • Oral individual exam
  •     x
  • Individual assignment (report, exercise, presentation, project work etc.)
  • x    
  • Active class participation (virtual, attendance)
  • x    
    ATTENDING AND NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

    At the end of the 2nd Semester of the first year (May/June), students have the option of taking a written mid-term exam. This is not obligatory.

    At the end of the 1st semester of the second year there is a final written and oral exam (January). This is obligatory.


    Written exam.

    Listening: messages, announcements, surveys, radio broadcasts. Sentence and/or table completion, true/false questions, multiple choice answers, open/closed questions (30 marks).

    Reading: understanding one or more passages of a certain complexity. Sentence and/or table completion, true/false questions, multiple choice answers, open/closed questions, producing appropriate sentences (40 marks).

    Writing: writing authentic documents. Writing memos, letters or short reports according to instructions (30 marks).

    Marks are initially marked out of 100 and then converted into thirtieths.

    Oral exam
    Access to the oral exam is only possible once a student has passed the written exam (18/30).
    The oral is divided into 2 parts: presentation and discussion

    Presentation: each student gives a presentation (lasting 5-7 minutes) prepared in advance using slides and based on the topics in the course books, Cambridge Academic English Intermediate and Career Express B2. The other students must follow the speaker's presentation.

    Discussion: the candidates, in groups of 2 or 3, are asked to discuss the presentations they have selected and prepared.


    Both mid term and final year exam syllabuses are the same for attending and not attending students. Limited validity for all tests.
    For details, refer to the Course syllabus and examinations on 
    www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.


    Teaching materials
    ATTENDING AND NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

    Textbooks

    • C. THAINE, Cambridge Academic English Intermediate, Cambridge.
    • J.M. FAIRCLOUGH, G. BUTZPHAL, Career Express Business English B2, Garnet.
    Last change 11/02/2019 17:18

    Module: Livello c1
    Instructors:
    Class 4: ROBERT COATES, Class 5: ANDREW CANNON, Class 6: JUDITH GORHAM


    Prerequisites

    To attend the C1 business English course a minimum C1 general language level is strongly recommended.


    Mission & Content Summary
    MISSION

    The aim of the course is to give students a business academic C1 level.

    CONTENT SUMMARY

    The course is divided into core topics. Around these topics students practice and develop the appropriate skills expected at this level.

    • Advertising and media.
    • Image and Identity.
    • Innovation.
    • Facing challenges.
    • Harmony.
    • IT in business.
    • Culture and society.
    • Working together.
    • Marketing and the consumer.
    • Crime.
    • Communication.
    • The future.
    • Environment and ethics.
    • Crisis management.
    • Risk.
    • For detailed information and syllabus, www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

    Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO)
    KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
    At the end of the course student will be able to...
    • Deal confidently with different types of text.
    • Write a variety of different items such as memos, faxes, emails, reports and proposals.
    • Follow and understand a range of spoken materials such as conversations, interviews and discussions.
    • Communicate effectively in face-to-face situations.
    APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
    At the end of the course student will be able to...
    • Deal confidently with different types of text.
    • Write a variety of different items such as memos, faxes, emails, reports and proposals.
    • Follow and understand a range of spoken materials such as conversations, interviews and discussions.
    • Communicate effectively in face-to-face situations.

    Teaching methods
    • Face-to-face lectures
    • Exercises (exercises, database, software etc.)
    • Individual assignments
    DETAILS
    • Face-to-face lectures  given by the course professor.
    • Exercises (Exercises,  software etc.) selected by the course professor.
    • Individual assignments given by the course professor.

    Assessment methods
      Continuous assessment Partial exams General exam
  • Written individual exam (traditional/online)
  •   x x
  • Oral individual exam
  •     x
  • Individual assignment (report, exercise, presentation, project work etc.)
  • x    
  • Active class participation (virtual, attendance)
  • x    
    ATTENDING AND NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

    At the end of the 2nd Semester of the first year (May/June), students have the option of taking a written mid-term exam. This is not obligatory.

    At the end of the 1st semester of the second year there is a final written and oral exam (January). This is obligatory.


    Written exam

    Listening: messages, announcements, surveys, radio broadcasts. Sentence and/or table completion, true/false questions, multiple choice answers, open/closed questions (30 marks).

    Reading: understanding one or more passages of a certain complexity. Sentence and/or table completion, true/false questions, multiple choice answers, open/closed questions, producing appropriate sentences (40 marks).

    Writing: writing authentic documents. Writing memos, letters or short reports according to instructions (30 marks).

    Marks are initially marked out of 100 and then converted into thirtieths.

    Oral exam
    Access to the oral exam is only possible once a student has passed the written exam (18/30).
    The oral is divided into 2 parts: presentation and discussion

    Presentation: each student gives a presentation (lasting 5-7 minutes) prepared in advance using slides and based on the topics in the course books, Cambridge Academic English Intermediate and Career Express B2. The other students must follow the speaker's presentation.

    Discussion: the candidates, in groups of 2 or 3, are asked to discuss the presentations they have selected and prepared.


    Both mid term and final year exam syllabuses are the same for attending and not attending students. Limited validity for all tests.
    For details, refer to the Course syllabus and examinations on 
    www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.


    Teaching materials
    ATTENDING AND NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

    Textbooks:

    • M. HEWINGS, C. THAINE, Cambridge Academic English Advanced Student’s Book, Cambridge.
    • L. LANSFORD, P. DUMMETT, H. STEPHENSON, Keynote Advanced Student's Book, Cenage Learning.

    In addition, professor’s own materials.

    Last change 11/02/2019 17:23

    Module: CERTIF
    Instructors:
    Class 1: RICHARD SALES, Class 2: JAMES TIERNEY, Class 3: DAVID PARK: JAMES TIERNEY, Class 4: ROBERT COATES, Class 5: ANDREW CANNON, Class 6: JUDITH GORHAM, Class 88: TO BE DEFINED, Class 89: TO BE DEFINED, Class 90: TO BE DEFINED


    Prerequisites

    To attend the C1 business English course a minimum C1 general language level is strongly recommended.


    Mission & Content Summary
    MISSION

    the aim of the course is to give students a business academic C1 level,

    CONTENT SUMMARY

     

    The course is divided into core topics. Around these topics students practice and develop the appropriate skills expected at this level.

    Advertising and media.

    Image and Identity.

    Innovation.

    Facing challenges.

    Harmony.

    IT in business.

    Culture and society.

    Working together.

    Marketing and the consumer.

    Crime.

    Communication.

    The future.

    Environment and ethics.

    Crisis management.

    Risk.

    For detailed information and syllabus, www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

    Detailed Description of Assessment Methods

    Al II semestre del 1° anno, prima parte del corso (codice 20365) con al termine prova parziale, facoltativa, solo prova scritta.

    Al I semestre del 2° anno, seconda parte del corso (codice 20371) con al termine esame finale, obbligatorio, composto da prova scritta e prova orale.

    Prova scritta.

    Listening to writing: descrizioni, informazioni, opinioni espresse con una certa ampiezza, a velocità naturale e con rumore di fondo. Sintesi del passaggio ed elaborazione di un testo con contenuti attinenti ad esso (15 punti).

    Reading to writing: comprensione di uno o più passaggi di una certa complessità. Completamento di frasi e/o tabelle, risposte vero/falso, risposte in modalità multiple-choice, risposte libere, chiuse e/o aperte, produzione di frasi appropriate (15 punti).

    Prova orale.
    L'accesso alla prova orale è subordinato al superamento della prova scritta con valutazione pari o superiore a 18/30.
    E’ suddivisa in due parti: presentazione e discussione.

    Presentazione di slides basate sugli argomenti dei libri di testo (Cambridge Academic English Advanced / Keynote Advanced) per un totale di 5-7 minuti. Gli altri studenti assistono alla presentazione.

    Discussione: gli studenti discutono, in gruppo di 2 o 3 studenti, l’argomento oggetto delle proprie slides.


    Contenuti, modalità d’esame e prova parziale sono uguali per frequentanti e non frequentanti e hanno validità limitata nel tempo.
    Per i dettagli, consultare i Programmi d’esame in www.unibocconi.it/centrolinguistico.
     

    At the end of the 2nd Semester of the first year (May/June), students have the option of taking a written mid-term exam. This is not obligatory.

    At the end of the 1st semester of the second year (January) there is a final written and oral exam. This is obligatory.

    Written exam.

    Listening to writing: descriptions, information and opinions expressed at some length at natural speed given by native speakers. Summary of the passage, and a written task deriving from the information it contains (15 marks).

    Reading to writing: Understanding one or more passages of a certain complexity. Sentence and/or table completion, true/false questions, multiple choice answers, open/closed questions, producing appropriate sentences (15 marks).

    Oral exam.Access to the oral exam is only possible once a student has passed the written exam (18/30).
    The oral is divided into 2 parts: presentation and discussion.

    Presentation: each student gives a presentation (lasting 5-7 minutes) prepared in advance using slides and based on the topics in the course books, Cambridge Academic English Advanced / Keynote Advanced. The other students must follow the speaker's presentation.

    Discussion: the candidates, in groups of 2 or 3, are asked to discuss the presentation they have selected and prepared.


    Both mid-term and final year exam syllabuses are the same for attending and not attending students. Limited validity for all tests.
    For details, refer to the Course syllabus and examinations available at www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

    Textbooks

    M. HEWINGS, C. THAINE, Cambridge Academic English Advanced Student’s Book, Cambridge.

    L. LANSFORD, P. DUMMETT, H. STEPHENSON, Keynote Advanced Student's Book, Cenage Learning.

     

    Prerequisites

    To attend the C1 business English course a minimum C1 general language level is strongly recommended. A full description of the requirements for the B2 and C1 levels can be found on-line at www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

    Last change 23/05/2017 09:57

     

    M (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - MM (4 credits - I sem. - OP) -AFC (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - CLEFIN-FINANCE (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - CLELI (4 credits - I sem. - OP)

    Course Director:
    JOHN Mc HARDY CLARK

     

    Modulo: Livello Bec Vantage B2

    Docenti responsabili delle classi:
    Class 1: RICHARD SALES, Class 2: ROBERT COATES, Class 3: ANDREW CANNON, Class 4: ANDREW CANNON, Class 5: DERMOT COSTELLO, Class 6: JUDITH GORHAM, Class 9: RICHARD NICHOLAS


     

    Obiettivi formativi del corso

    Corso preparatorio per Business English Certificate Vantage Cambridge University ESOL Examinations.
    Il corso si rivolge a studenti con competenze linguistiche di livello B2 generale. In termini di competenza linguistica strumentale l’obiettivo finale corrisponde a quello stabilito dal Consiglio d’Europa per il livello B2-business, in base al quale lo studente è in grado di

    Comprendere diversi tipi di testi come pubblicazioni commerciali e corrispondenza.

    Redigere diversi tipi di documenti come ad esempio lettere, relazioni, proposte ed email.

    Capire e seguire un’ampia gamma di materiale orale come ad esempio interviste, discussioni e presentazioni.

    Comunicare efficacemente.

    La didattica tiene conto del fatto che l’acquisizione delle competenze linguistiche è finalizzata unicamente allo svolgimento della certificazione esterna Cambridge Business English Certificate - Vantage (B2 business).
     

    Programma sintetico del corso

    Le attività finalizzate allo sviluppo delle competenze sono contestualizzate in una prospettiva di preparazione per la certificazione esterna. È pertanto prevista un'introduzione alla tipologia della certificazione, incentrata in particolar modo su esercitazioni con tutte le quattro sezioni della certificazione. Maggiori dettagli relativi agli argomenti trattati sono pubblicati sul sito www.unibocconi.it/centrolinguistico.

     

    Descrizione dettagliata delle modalità d'esame

    Il presente corso prepara al superamento della relativa certificazione di lingua, che si svolge presso le sedi d'esame autorizzate. La certificazione può essere registrata in alternativa all'esame di lingua inglese. Per maggiori informazioni è possibile consultare i programmi d’aula e d’esame all’indirizzo www.unibocconi.it/centrolinguistico.

    The preparation course is aimed at the relevant external certification, which takes place at the authorized exam centers. The certification can be converted as an alternative to the Bocconi English exam. Further information concerning the Bocconi learning path and exams: available at www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

     

    Testi d'esame

    G. BROOK-HART, Business Benchmark Upper Intermediate, Cambridge.

     

    Prerequisiti

    I corsi sono rivolti a studenti con un livello adeguato di conoscenze linguistiche accertate mediante apposito test e sono a numero chiuso. Periodi e modalità per il sostenimento del test e iscrizioni al corso sono comunicati via agenda yoU@B all’inizio di ogni semestre. Il corso parte a fronte di un numero minimo di iscritti.

    Modificato il 23/05/2017 10:02

     

    M (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - IM (4 credits - I sem. - OP) -MM (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - AFC (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - CLEFIN-FINANCE (4 credits - I sem. - OP) -CLELI (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - ACME (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - DES-ESS (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - EMIT (4 credits - I sem. - OP) - GIO (4 credits - I sem. - OP)

    Course Director:
    JOHN Mc HARDY CLARK

     

    Module: Livello BEC Higher

    Instructors:
    Class 1: RICHARD SALES, Class 2: ROBERT COATES, Class 3: ANDREW CANNON, Class 4: ANDREW CANNON, Class 5: DERMOT COSTELLO, Class 6: JUDITH GORHAM, Class 9: RICHARD NICHOLAS


     

    Course Objectives

    Preparation Course for Business English Certificate Higher Cambridge University ESOL Examinations.
    The course is designed for students who already have a strong B2 level. In terms of linguistic competence, the final objective corresponds to that established by the Council of Europe for level C1. The objects for the students can be summarized in the following way

    Can deal confidently with different types of text.

    Can write a variety of different items such as memos, faxes, emails, reports and proposals.

    Can follow and understand a range of spoken materials such as conversations, interviews and discussions.

    Can communicate effectively in face-to-face situations.

    The course recognizes that the students are preparing solely for the Cambridge external certification: Business English Certificate Higher (C1 business).
     

    Course Content Summary

    Instruction focuses on preparing the students to take and pass the Cambridge English: BEC Higher. Students are introduced to the format of the certification, and all four sections of the certification are practiced. 
    For detailed information and syllabus, www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

     

    Detailed Description of Assessment Methods

    Il presente corso prepara al superamento della relativa certificazione di lingua, che si svolge presso le sedi d'esame autorizzate. La certificazione può essere registrata in alternativa all'esame di lingua inglese. Per maggiori informazioni è possibile consultare i programmi d’aula e d’esame all’indirizzo www.unibocconi.it/centrolinguistico.

    The preparation course is aimed to the relevant external certification, which takes place at the author


    Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO)
    KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
    At the end of the course student will be able to...
    • Produce a clear and well-structured explanation of a complex subject, expanding on the various points of view and supporting them with additional information, reasons and relevant examples.
    • Follow with ease an extended discussion, understanding in detail what is specified by the speaker.
    • Summarize information and arguments from various authentic sources, including extended conversations.
    • Thoroughly express his/her ideas, present complex arguments and convincingly reply to those presented by others.
    • Write professional material showing the ability to produce coherent and cohesive texts, highlighting relevant points and supporting them.
    • Evaluate different ideas and solutions to a problem. can produce written material in accordance with conventional paging and paragraphing standards.

    The course takes into account the fact that the students are learning the language for use in professional situations.
     

     

    Course Content Summary

    The course is divided into core topics. Around these topics students practice and develop the appropriate skills expected at this level.

    Advertising and media.

    Image and Identity.

    Innovation.

    Facing challenges.

    Harmony.

    IT in business.

    Culture and society.

    Working together.

    Marketing and the consumer.

    Crime.

    Communication.

    The future.

    Environment and ethics.

    Crisis management.

    Risk.

    For detailed information and syllabus, www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

    APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
    At the end of the course student will be able to...
    • Produce a clear and well-structured explanation of a complex subject, expanding on the various points of view and supporting them with additional information, reasons and relevant examples.
    • Follow with ease an extended discussion, understanding in detail what is specified by the speaker.
    • Summarize information and arguments from various authentic sources, including extended conversations.
    • Thoroughly express his/her ideas, present complex arguments and convincingly reply to those presented by others.
    • Write professional material showing the ability to produce coherent and cohesive texts, highlighting relevant points and supporting them.
    • Evaluate different ideas and solutions to a problem. can produce written material in accordance with conventional paging and paragraphing standards.

    The course takes into account the fact that the students are learning the language for use in professional situations.


    Teaching methods
    • Face-to-face lectures
    • Exercises (exercises, database, software etc.)
    • Individual assignments
    • Interactive class activities (role playing, business game, simulation, online forum, instant polls)
    DETAILS

    Face-to-face lectures

    Exercises (Exercises, database, software etc.)

    Individual assignments

    Interactive class activities 


    Assessment methods
    ATTENDING AND NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

    At the end of the 2nd Semester of the first year (May/June), students have the option of taking a written mid-term exam. This is not obligatory.

    At the end of the 1st semester of the second year (January) there is a final written and oral exam. This is obligatory.

    Written exam.

    Listening to writing: descriptions, information and opinions expressed at some length at natural speed given by native speakers. Summary of the passage, and a written task deriving from the information it contains (15 marks).

    Reading to writing: Understanding one or more passages of a certain complexity. Sentence and/or table completion, true/false questions, multiple choice answers, open/closed questions, producing appropriate sentences (15 marks).

    Oral exam.Access to the oral exam is only possible once a student has passed the written exam (18/30).
    The oral is divided into 2 parts: presentation and discussion.

    Presentation: each student gives a presentation (lasting 5-7 minutes) prepared in advance using slides and based on the topics in the course books, Cambridge Academic English Advanced / Keynote Advanced. The other students must follow the speaker's presentation.

    Discussion: the candidates, in groups of 2 or 3, are asked to discuss the presentation they have selected and prepared.


    Both mid-term and final year exam syllabuses are the same for attending and not attending students. Limited validity for all tests.
    For details, refer to the Course syllabus and examinations available at www.unibocconi.eu/languagecenter.

     

     


    Teaching materials
    ATTENDING AND NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

    Textbooks

    • M. HEWINGS, C. THAINE, Cambridge Academic English Advanced Student’s Book, Cambridge.
    • L. LANSFORD, P. DUMMETT, H. STEPHENSON, Keynote Advanced Student's Book, Cenage Learning.
    Last change 04/07/2018 10:22