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Richmond Mazes Intermediate: Crisis at Clifton

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  • ISBN 9788466818513
  • Category ELT Readers
  • Author Lane / Styring
  • Learning Level Intermediate
  • Publisher Richmond
  • Status In Stock
Published 2014.

The Richmond Mazes are a brand-new series of interactive readers with a difference. Available as both apps and printed readers, they offer students a challenging but fun way of improving their knowledge of the English language.

The first titles launch in 2014 and each one focuses on a realistic scenario from the world of work. Each original piece of fiction offers students a series of choices, allowing them to steer their own path through the story and create alternative outcomes. They can win bonus points by selecting the most appropriate route or even be sent back to the very beginning if they make the wrong choice!

Key Features:

Graded language to suit students at all four levels

Glossary section with explanations of key business vocabulary

Focus on working situations helps students see business language in context

Rich mixture of audio and colour illustrations brings the stories to life

"My-route" option lets students re-read the maze and explore alternative endings

You have just started a new job at a fashionable advertising agency in Sydney. From the first day you learn that the company is in crisis. If your client doesn't sign a new contract, the company will go bankrupt. You must create a successful new advertising campaign, keep your client happy, deal with your colleagues ? and save the Clifton Creative Agency! You will find lots of useful business vocabulary presented in a natural context in this maze. As well as improving your English, you will learn lots of interesting things about the advertising industry. Good luck finding your way through the maze!

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