Outcomes

The first edition of Outcomes was published between January 2010 and June 2011. While it maintained some links with our first General English series Innovations, particularly in terms of its strong lexical input and focus on developing speaking, Outcomes is far more mainstream in its balance of skills and its largely traditional grammar syllabus.

Here are some videos outlining key aspects of the course.

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Phrase of the day: cut your teeth
I usually try and avoid central London at this time of year. Streets like Tottenham Court Road are jam-packed at
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Intermediate word of the day: agenda
Today’s word is agenda. The main meaning of agenda is a list of all the things that need to be
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Phrase of the day: all the trimmings
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over twenty years of teaching foreign students here in the UK it’s that English
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Intermediate word of the day: restore
When you restore something, you make it good again or make it exist again after a time when it was
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