Delta Publishing Catalogue

Using Phrasal Verbs for Natural English

Delta Natural English Series


Authors: Elizabeth Walter, Kate Woodford

ISBN: 9781905085538

Level:B1-B2

Every learner of English wants to develop fluent, natural English – understanding and using phrasal verbs is an essential part of this development.  Using Phrasal Verbs for Natural English not only helps learners to understand phrasal verbs, but also helps them learn when and how to use phrasal verbs successfully, to produce more natural-sounding English.

Using Phrasal Verbs for Natural English:

  • teaches students over 400 commonly used phrasal verbs
  • builds students’ confidence in using phrasal verbs appropriately through thorough and varied practice
  • presents phrasal verbs in context and in a wide range of text types, including tweets, texts, web posts, e-mails, notes and newspaper articles
  • offers six review sections, each comprising sixty questions for students to test themselves on phrasal verbs learnt in the previous units
  • allows students to notice and practise aspects of stress and intonation through the conversational English examples on audio CD

Key features

  • Intermediate (B1) to Upper intermediate (B2) level
  • Suitable for self-study or classroom use
  • Includes answer key
  • Contains free audio CD
  • Index for easy reference

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1Contents.pdf480.03
2Sample Unit.pdf1613.26

Elizabeth Walter

Kate Woodford

After teaching English in Madrid and London, I took a job as an ELT lexicographer with Cambridge University Press in the early nineties. Having initially thought of this as a ‘foot in the door’ of ELT publishing generally, I proceeded to find the world of learner dictionaries unexpectedly fascinating. So fascinating that I stayed in it for sixteen years (!), working on titles such as the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionaryand the Cambridge Dictionary of Idioms. Three years ago I left CUP to set up a small publishing company with my colleague and friend, Liz Walter. Our intention was to continue lexicographic work but also to branch out and use our extensive vocabulary knowledge to write non-dictionary ELT titles. Hoping for some variety in our working lives, we have been surprised and delighted by the range of titles we have been asked to work on.