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Cambridge is more than just books. We are a network of best-selling authors, language experts and inspirational teachers - just like you. Become part of it today and join CambridgeUPELT on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Whether you're connecting with Cambridge at international events or online, you will get access to the latest thinking in ELT, high-quality classroom materials and the opportunity to learn and share ideas with other teachers around the globe.
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Manageable learning means that learners can acquire language more efficiently and maintain motivation - but how can we make learning more manageable, especially at lower levels? Catch-up with last week's webinar with Adrian Doff to find out about the resources available to help you:
How can we make learning more manageable, especially at lower levels, so learners can acquire language more efficiently and maintain motivation? We were joined last week by Cambridge English Empower author Adrian Doff for a webinar exploring some resources such to help in selecting language ...
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In 1985, English Grammar in Use was first published. That was also the year the first call from a mobile phone was made in the UK. After 30 years, you can now use English Grammar in Use on your mobile phone!
Enjoy a 50% discount on all in-app purchases on the English Grammar in Use app, available on Google Play and the app store. Sale will ends on Thursday 31st March.
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After upgrading into iOS 10.0, the "English Grammar in Use" app doesn't work properly. Could you fix it as soon as possible?
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Looking for ideas for teaching grammar to young learners? Download the free Guess What! British English Grammar Book and Teaching Notes! This booklet is especially helpful for teachers preparing their pupils for the Cambridge English: Young Learners Tests: ‪#‎30DaysofGrammar‬
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Did you miss Penny Ur Week on Cambridge Conversations? Catch up now with exclusive interviews and some of her favourite teaching tips, like these two on 'teacher talk'! 
All this week, we've been celebrating the publication of Penny Ur's new book 100 Teaching Tips, the latest in our Cambridge Handbook for Language Teachers series. Today, in the final post in the series, we're sharing with you two of the book's 100 hands-on tips across 19 different areas of ...
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How do your pupils get to school? Every day children are making long and dangerous journeys to get to the nearest place of education. Get your students thinking with this free 'values' lesson plan: 
Photo credit: ASEP FATHULRAHMAN/AFP/Getty Images. What's the most difficult trip you've ever had to make to get to class? My grandfather used to walk a mile through the fields every day to get from his farm to school back in the 1920s, but that seems like nothing compared to the journeys some ...
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Nos quejamos miren qué difícil es para ello estudiar y lo hacen con amor y sabiendo al riesgo que tiene y siguen adelante
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With the last of the US presidential debates taking place tomorrow, language researcher Andrew Moffat looks at the language used by the candidates so far in the debates and gives pointers on what to look out for in the final showdown! http://ow.ly/4vDj305iNVA
As the US Presidential campaign enters its final few weeks, here's a look at the language used by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the first two televised debates. Using a bespoke corpus built from transcripts of the broadcasts, we take a look at the content and style of the candidates' ...
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Going to IATEFL 2016? Plan your conference with the helpful event website from Cambridge English - http://iatefltalks.org/

Not able to attend IATEFL this year? Don’t panic! All talks will be recorded and viewed, wherever you are in the world. You can even sign up to be alerted when the recording become available!


From Wednesday 13th to Saturday 16th April Cambridge English talks will take place at IATEFL, Birmingham. Explore the schedule and catch up with recordings at IATEFLtalks.org
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Very interesting! Thank you!:)
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Get 50% off the English Grammar in Use app for Grammar Month - Offer ends today! 
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This app is not working at ios 10.0.2. I purchased it but i cant do study with this. Explanation A,B section aren't appeared. 
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Take your pupils on an exciting adventure with this classroom activity by Susannah Reed! This activity encourages children to use their imaginations and practise speaking skills:
In today's post, Guess What! author Susannah Reed shares an exciting classroom activity to take your primary students on a fantasy adventure, encouraging them to use their imaginations and practise speaking skills. Bringing the outside world into the classroom is an important part of Guess What!
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Congratulations to Anna Dworak from Poland, Anton Shvets from Russia and Thierry Pascal from France - they've been selected as our Grand Prize winners of the Video Tips competition and have a GoPro kit coming there way very soon! Check out their winning tips, along with all the other great entries here.

The site will close on Friday 18 March so make sure to check out the entries before then!
Teaching with video - Tip exchange competition | Cambridge University Press
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Join Herbert Puchta in our Google Hangout at 15:00 GMT today, where he will be examining some of the latest research into the teenage brain and insights concerning the behaviours of our learners. He'll also be answering your questions on the topic! 

Sign up here: https://plus.google.com/events/c51tm2lki4qvu82draefcojrcas
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Cambridge University Press is one of the world's leading publishers of ELT (English Language Teaching) materials, supplying to almost every country in the world.
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Cambridge University Press is respected worldwide for its commitment to advancing knowledge, education, learning, and research. It was founded on a royal charter granted to the University by Henry VIII in 1534 and has been operating continuously as a printer and publisher since the first Press book was printed in 1584.

Cambridge University Press ELT was established in the mid 1970s, and within thirty years has become one of the world's leading publishers of ELT material. We now account for over a quarter of Cambridge Publishing's sales revenue and over a half of all publications sold.
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