New Oxford Modern English Book 4

Third Edition
Nicholas Horsburgh and Claire Horsburgh

New Oxford Modern English has established itself as one of the most popular ELT courses among both teachers and students for almost three decades. Taking into account the insightful feedback of its users, the series has been revised regularly to address the evolving needs of the learners.

This revised edition includes a host of new features for its users. The series comprises Pre-Primer; Primer A and B with Activity Book; Course books 1 – 8; Workbooks 1 – 8, and Teaching Guides.

Special Features:

  • a wide range of literary genres and themes
  • new prose and poetry texts
  • enhanced and updated glossary and wordlists
  • engaging posters illustrating different literary devices
  • graphic stories
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PKR 845
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ISBN 9780199405749
Weight in kg 0.345
Readership / Level For Class 4
Rights World
Binding Paperback

Digital Resources for Topics

The following videos explain difficult grammar/vocabulary/comprehension topics in an easy-to-understand and student-friendly manner. Teachers can use these videos to provide further explanation on a topic. These can be shown either in the classroom when the teachers are introducing that topic or assigned to the students as homework activity afterwards.

Each video is linked to a topic present in the book. The exercise reference is given for teachers’ ease.

Video links are also given for certain poems. These can be played aloud in the class so students can recite the poem with correct pronunciation.



                                     Video Links

1. Pippi Longstocking

Ex. C: Articles

1. A Night in June

Reading the poem

Ex. B: Telling time using a twenty-four-hour clock

2. Pip Meets a Convict

Why should you read Charles Dickens?

Ex. B: Anagrams

2. The Storyteller

Fables and Folktales: what’s the difference?

Ex. C: Exclamations

3. Anansi and Five

Ex. B: Vocabulary - Professions

4. Variety Entertainment

Ex. C: Types of sentences

4. From a Railway Carriage

Reading the poem

Ex. C: Adverbs

5. The Ambassador’s Disguise

Ex. C: Subject and predicate

6. The Story of Doctor Dolittle

A story of Dr. John Dolittle

Ex. C: Direct and indirect speech

7. Haircut

Ex. C: The past continuous tense

7. My Doves

Reading the poem

8. The Wise Villagers

Ex. C: Past participles

10. Limericks

What are limericks?

11. The Thousand-Rupee Note

Ex. C: Adverbs of place

12. The ‘Weeping Princess’ (I)

Ex. C: Understanding mixed tenses

13. The ‘Weeping Princess’ (II)

Ex. C: Transitive and Intransitive verbs

14. Messages from the Mountain

Ex. C: Fact and opinion

15. Ruth Pfau

What are role models?

Letter writing

Paragraph writing