Spoken English;: an idiomatic grammar for foreign students.
- ISBN: 9789350574515 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 9350574519 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: [United States] : V&S Publishers : 2015.
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|Summary, etc.:|| In today's competitive world, Spoken English is considered as a passport for a guaranteed success in life. The craze for learning spoken English has led to the growth of various coaching institutes all over the country. Much as they may profess and advertise, it is not really possible to learn any language in 30 or 40 days. A person who genuinely wants to learn the language needs to spend at least two to three hours every day for at least five or six months before he or she feels confident to communicate in English. The prime objective of this book is to encourage the students to learn English as a tool of communication and to enable them to understand the language thoroughly. The book basically looks at the language from the learners' point of view and guides them through co-operative learning methods in order to master the effective communication skills in English. The book has been divided into four convenient units of Grammar, Pronunciation, Conversation and Vocabulary. Each chapter covers one main area of learning English - explained thoroughly with examples and special attention being given to the basic skills. Carefully selected and balanced practical exercises have also been designed and included with each topic or chapter to give the readers or learners, particularly the students, ample practice and a complete understanding of the subject. In short, the book follows the modern functional approach to the study of English. So readers, the book is definitely a one-stop solution for learning English!
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