Unit 3 – Zapp! English Academic Vocabulary 2.3
This podcast series will teach you the 120 most useful words from the Academic Word List (AWL). These words are also some of the most useful English words for English reading and writing in general!
This audio podcast is from our new listening pack Zapp! English Academic Vocabulary. In this vocabulary series you will learn the most common and useful English vocabulary you’re going to need when taking a university course in English, studying a pre-sessional language course, or studying for a qualification like IELTS.
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