Frequently Asked Questions

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The companion websites offer a fully integrated set of interactive exercises with all multimedia materials and additional online course management and grading options for teachers.

Many of the exercises have instant feedback for students, including multiple choice, drag and drop, typing response, listening, and recording activities, while others require teacher grading and input. The platform gives the instructors the ability to set deadlines, assign activities, and manually grade activities, monitor student and class progress, and create their own class activities and to share with students. For more information, see Companion Websites.

The companion websites are free for instructors to use. Students pay for access for a specified period of time. An access code is provided with each purchase of a new textbook. If students purchase a used textbook or use one from the library, they may purchase an access code separately from the publisher’s website. For pricing and additional information, please visit

The access term for instructors does not end.

Students purchase access to their companion website for 18 months. At the end of that period of time, they must purchase access for another term, if they wish to continue using the site.

Yes! You can either see a sample chapter or request access to the complete set of activities. Visit the Companion Websites page for more information.

If you choose not to request access for the complete set of activities for the companion website, then you will see activities that correspond to a single chapter of the textbook. It is designed to look like a live class. The virtual classroom is populated with fake students to make the experience as realistic as possible for instructors. To see the complete set of exercises on the companion website, request access to the complete companion website. Your request will be processed in 1-2 business days.

If you wish to test out the functional features of the companion website, we suggest that you request access to the complete website. You can make your request by following the links from our Companion Websites page. It takes about 1-2 days after you have submitted your access request.

No, you do not need a separate instructor’s code. To request access as an instructor, please use the appropriate button on the Companion Website access page. For more information about how to set up your course, please visit the “For Teachers” page under Companion Websites.

Click here for more information on setting up your companion website course.

After you create your account on the companion website, powered by Lingco, you can find extensive information in the Lingco Help Center. In addition, a purple help chat icon in the bottom right corner of each screen will connect you to a help representative.

If you have already set up your account with Lingco and are having any trouble logging in, please go to and click “Forgot Password.”

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