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General Education

Teacher's Guides and class audio files for teachers. Grammar and vocabulary exercises, as well as practice tests, for students.


Technical Education

Teacher Guides and class audio for Commercial and Industrial. Answer Keys, tapescripts and class audio for Hotels. 


Dictionary Skills

Teacher's resources and students' activities from Pearson Longman. (Requires free registration.) More ...

Resources for Teachers

Join the discussion forum at Pearson's Azar Grammar Exchange.


Q & A

The Sec 3 WB tests on this website still have questions on The Mask of Gold.

The questions and answers to the practice tests are included in the Reader Answer Key in the online Teacher's Guide for Sec 2 and Sec 3. The practice tests on this website were updated in September. If you are still seeing the old tests, ... read more.

Our students in Sec 2 and 3 received older versions of the Workbook. How can they get practice questions for the new readers?

The questions and answers to the practice tests are included in the Reader Answer Key in the online Teacher's Guide for Sec 2 and Sec 3.

How can I download the tapescripts for the listening exercises in Secondary?

The tapescripts (written) are in the TGs. For the audio, select the one you want, then right-click on Download. Read more.

 

You can search the Q&A by keyword, browse the Q&A by broad categories, view the Archives. If you don't find your question, ask.

 

 

 


 
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