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Taking Off, Second edition, is a four-skills, standards-based program for beginning students of English. The gradually accelerating pace of the book instills confidence in students as they establish a solid foundation in the basics of English, in a low-anxiety environment.1/5(1).
Taking Off is a four-skills, standards-based program for low-beginning adult ESL students. Picture dictionary art pages teach life skills vocabulary in a clear and visual way. The gradual pace of the course instills confidence in students as they establish a solid foundation in the basics of English.
Taking students off site covers a vast range of activities, from supervising students onto buses at the end of the school or college day to taking an intrepid group of youngsters to Tibet.
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