Tag Archives: Cambridge University Press

Subway hero – a true story (with activities for the ELT classroom)

This is an amazing and inspiring true story that we want to share with you. It’s a story that everyone should read (and below you can find clips of television news and interviews about the incident). We found it in … Continue reading

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How I Met Myself – a reflection on the use of graded readers in ELT….

When Cambridge University Press began publishing graded readers in the late 90s we took a decision not to sell the abridged versions of classic or popular novels that were the bulk of most publishers’ lists. We chose instead to make … Continue reading

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Our Cambridge English primary costumes

As well as appearing at events for ELT teachers the Henry Brothers also visit schools to entertain children, wearing the costumes of the characters in Cambridge University Press ELT course books for primary school learners. Our costumes are: Monty and … Continue reading

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Cakes and Cider – An Urban Myth.

Paul found this urban myth in Erik K. Taylor’s ‘Using Folktales’, published by Cambridge University Press, and thought it would be right up our proverbial street – John being the Press manager for Turkey. This is a true story that … Continue reading

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