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Your say

At Macmillan UK we really welcome your feedback. If you have any comments to make on existing titles or if you have any queries concerning future publications we’d really appreciate your views.

You may be currently using titles from the Macmillan ELT Catalogue (2013 edition available now!) and would like to share your views with other teachers. If so, perhaps you’d like to submit a review. We’d be particularly interested in receiving reviews of Global, New Inside Out, IELTS Graduation, Inspiration, Move and Straightforward 2nd Edition.

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What you say about…

Move and New Inside Out

‘Move is popular with our teachers. It is a nice and up to date course book which gives students who are here for a short time a sense of achievement’

‘I used New Inside Out Beginner and thought the layout was really comprehensive. There are good practice activities with logical progression and the supplementary materials in the Teacher's Books are nice and up to date.’
Jackie Margarson, Eurocentres, Brighton


I am using Straightforward Upper Intermediate with my class and it is going down very well. I am very impressed with the organisation of the book and the amount of both explicit and implicit recycling. The workbook activities reinforce the Student's Book extremely well - many Workbooks go off at a tangent. The wordlists are excellent - my learners like the idea that they only need focus on the red words. The writing section is brilliant, also. I've used lots of the activities from the Teacher's Book in class, and the trainee teachers really appreciate the material. I particularly like the ideas for extra activities.

What more can I say - it's first class. I'll definitely be recommending that we use it at other levels next term.
Maxine Gillway, Director of Studies, Gloucester College

IELTS Graduation

'Teachers using it have been thrilled, and its very teacher friendly'.
Bell International Institute, London

'The boxes for "tips", "exam info", "useful language" and "exam skills" are excellent. A good structure is used for the writing components. Good vocabulary exercises and well interspersed through the book'.
Jonathan Salisbury, Mayflower College, Plymouth

'One of the few "meaty" IELTS books. Good, clear explanations and more importantly a good number of usable examples, unlike most books that just have one or two'.
Nick Care, Churchill House School of English Language, Kent


'Encourages learner autonomy and has good exercises to help students take responsibility for their learning Topics are well- suited for teenage learners and looks enjoyable to teach. Good integration of skills in lessons'.
Jonathan Salisbury, Mayflower College, Plymouth