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English in Mind



wysiwyg
France

English in Mind
 
Hi everybody ! Does anyone know where I could find the audio files of the Cambridge English in Mind starter? I have the Students Book and the Workbook, but I canīt use them without the CD....... Thank you so much for your help !

3 May 2011      



ueslteacher
Ukraine

Check your pm

3 May 2011     



wysiwyg
France

Thank you so much for your help, and for such a quick answer !!

3 May 2011     



roneydirt
United States

Use that book too.  I don īt have the cd so just created lessons using what was being taught with other items.  Not to mention some of the questions were not appropriate for my students age levels or problem with cultural taboo statements.  Love looking at one of the discussion questions in English in Mind and it asks, "Where did you first kiss your girl/boyfriend?" for students ranging in age from 11 to 14 years old in a culture where you īre not allowed to date intill you get out of high school.

4 May 2011     



IceQueeny
Russian Federation

One more link - http://englishtips.org/1150824860-english-in-mind-starter-workbook-cd.html
This site is a real wonder/ You can find almost everything there. Just reguister!
Olga

4 May 2011     



wysiwyg
France

Thank you Olga ! I found the audio file yesterday thanks to another downloading link, but I īll sure browse this site - it īs new for me and it looks very useful indeed !
Thanks again, have a good day !

4 May 2011