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The Black Book of Speaking Fluent English: The Quickest Way to Improve Your Spoken English

Author : Christopher Hill
Publisher : Christopher Hill
Page : 100 pages
File Size : 55,8 Mb
Release : 2020-01-13
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 8210379456XXX


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In the world we are living in, English has become the common language that people from different countries and cultures can use to communicate with one another. There are many reasons why people would want to learn English, but for a lot of them; It is work-related. Most large companies around the world require their employees to speak English. In some cases, these companies are requiring their workers to only use English at the workplace. English has also been referred to as “the language of business”. If you have ambitions to become an international businessman or to work at some bigger companies, it’s almost essential that you’re able to speak English fluently. From The Intermediate Level to The Advanced Level From my years of teaching, I am confident to say that it is easy for an English learner to go from a beginner English level to an intermediate English level. However, it takes more time to go from an Intermediate level to an advanced English level. A lot of students have studied English for years but still aren’t able to speak English on an advanced level. They have tried many methods, attending classes, learning how to pronounce every single word and even getting a private English tutor to improve their spoken English, yet they still have a hard time pronouncing English words correctly or feeling too nervous to speak. The Best Proven Way to Learn and Speak English In this book, Christopher Hill, “THE INTERNATIONAL ESL PROFESSOR ” (with 20+ years of experience) will show you powerful unique ways to rapidly improve your spoken English. With topics you already have interest in, you will find out how easy and effortless to learn and speak fluent English. This effective method is simple, yet powerful. You will able to learn and improve your spoken English 3 to 5 times faster compared to the traditional way of learning. Inside This Black Book, You will Discover: - The 3 Golden Rules of Speaking Fluent English - The Power of Immersion - The Process of Shadowing - How Intensive Listening works - The Best Accent Reduction Techniques - Bonus Guide: The Secret Method to Become Super Fluent in 21 Days How do you know this book is for me? This book is for busy Intermediate students who wish to get to the Advanced English Level. If you can understand 60-80% of an English speaking movie and understand what you are reading so far, you have found the right book. Stop Using Ineffective Ways to Learn and Speak English. When you are using proper methods to learn, you’ll find that improving English is effortless. Learn and adopt these Proven techniques, tips, and many more secrets revealed in this black book. Don’t Learn Using The Old-fashioned Way. Get a Copy of “The Black Book of Speaking Fluent English” and Start Speaking Fluent English :)

Understanding Spoken English

Author : Susan Boyer
Publisher : Boyer Educational Resources
Page : 136 pages
File Size : 53,8 Mb
Release : 2003
Category : English language
ISBN : 9781877074080


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"This series has been designed to help students of English understand spoken language as it is encountered in everyday business and social situations in English speaking environments aroudn the world."--Back cover.

Ranjesh’s Practical Diamond English Grammar & Communicative Spoken English

Author : Ranjesh Kumar
Publisher : BlueRose Publishers
Page : 640 pages
File Size : 53,5 Mb
Release : 2020-03-24
Category : Education
ISBN : 8210379456XXX


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The requirements of a typical candidate have been the major consideration in the compilation of this book. Basic and advanced levels of English are covered in the book, with the conceptual and practical application of appropriate examples and use of cases being discussed in depth. Each chapter deals with different aspects of spoken English, and is laid out in a detailed manner so that you get the full conceptual and practical knowledge. This book will not only serve you as a complete Practical English Grammar and Spoken English Guide and practice book, but also enhance your language skills and help you in pursuing higher education. The book also contains 100+ secret tips that will help you master vocabulary, conversation and speak fluent English easily. It will help you refines your speaking, listening, pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar skills for more effective communication. This book will help in improving your English grammar skills, vocabulary, conversation and English speaking skills as well as in speaking better and correct English fluently & confidently. After reading of this book - you will feel much more confident and better- equipped at speaking English. By ending of this book- you will become the master/mistress of Spoken English. This book will prove useful as a complete guide and Practical Practice Spoken English Book for those who are preparing for TOEFL, IELTS, GRE, GMAT, PTE, VERSANAT, Jobs Interviews… etc.

Spoken English 4 Teacher's Manual3rd Ed. 2003

Author : Anonim
Publisher : Rex Bookstore, Inc.
Page : 44 pages
File Size : 48,8 Mb
Release : 2023-03-31
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 9712338029


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A Practical Guide to Spoken English

Author : Dr P.N. Gupta
Publisher : Partridge Publishing
Page : 274 pages
File Size : 51,9 Mb
Release : 2014-10-14
Category : Education
ISBN : 9781482834673


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Teaching of English in India has been traditionally grammar based. The teacher teaches a good deal of grammar; assigns exercises in class or as homework and makes a lot of corrections. Such painstaking efforts on the part of the teacher are, of course, helpful in learning the language but does not much help the student to use the language in day-to-day conversation. Leaving aside the traditional method of dealing with grammar as an isolated subject, the present book offers a specific course in spoken English that focuses on the language of interaction and social exchanges. Its main emphasis is on developing communicative ability of the learner.

Types of Standard Spoken English and Its Chief Local Variants. Twenty-four Phonetic Transcripts from "British Classical Authors" of the XIXth Century (Herrig- Foerster , Vol. II)

Author : Marshall Montgomery
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 88 pages
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Release : 1910
Category : English language
ISBN : OXFORD:N10955691


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Spoken English

Author : Alison Reid
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 120 pages
File Size : 51,6 Mb
Release : 2023-03-31
Category : English language
ISBN : 8172450656


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Conversational Routines in English

Author : Karin Aijmer
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 268 pages
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Release : 2014-09-19
Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN : 9781317896920


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It is surprising how much of everyday conversation consists of repetitive expressions such as 'thank you', 'sorry', would you mind?' and their many variants. However commonplace they may be, they do have important functions in communication. This thorough study draws upon original data from the London-Lund Corpus of Spoken English to provide a discoursal and pragmatic account of the more common expressions found in conversational routines, such as apologising, thanking, requesting and offering. The routines studied in this book range from conventionalized or idiomatized phrases to those which can be generated by grammar. Examples have been taken from face-to-face conversations, radio discussions and telephone conversations, and transcription has been based upon the prosodic system of Crystal (1989). An extensive introduction provides the theory and methodology for the book and discusses the criteria for fixedness, grammatical analysis, and pragmatic functions of conversational routines which are later applied to the phrases. Following chapters deal specifically with phrases for thanking, apologising, indirect requests, and discourse-organising markers for conversational routines, on the basis of empirical investigation of the data from the London-Lund Corpus of Spoken English.

Listening to Spoken English

Author : Gillian Brown
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 192 pages
File Size : 53,7 Mb
Release : 2017-09-19
Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN : 9781134961054


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For those who are familiar with the first edition, it will be convenient to have some indication of where the main changes lie. Chapter one has been largely rewritten to give an outline of current approaches to a model of comprehension of spoken language. Chapter two has a new initial section but otherwise remains as it was. Chapter three incorporates a new section on "pause" and how this interacts with rhythm, and rather more on the function of stress. Chapter four has an extended initial section but otherwise remains largely as it was. Chapter five on intonation contains several sections which have been rewritten to varying extents. Chapter six of the first edition has disappeared: in 1977, very little work had been published on "fillers" and it seemed worthwhile incorporating a chapter that sat rather oddly with the phonetic/phonological interests of the rest of the book. Not that there is a great industry of descriptions of the forms and functions of these and similar phenomena there seems no reason to retain this early but admittedly primitive account. The chapter on "paralinguistic vocal features", now chapter six, has some rewriting in the early part but considerable rewriting in the last sections. The final chapter on "teaching listening comprehension" has grown greatly in length. It still incorporates some material from the original chapter but most of it is completely rewritten.

Spoken Corpora in Applied Linguistics

Author : Mari Carmen Campoy,María José Luzón
Publisher : Peter Lang
Page : 288 pages
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Release : 2007
Category : Conversation analysis
ISBN : 3039112759


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This volume explores the opportunities that spoken corpora offer and the challenges of research with such corpora. The use and applications of spoken corpora are discussed from the perspective of both language analysis and language pedagogy. Twelve chapters written by corpus linguists analyse an extensive number of spoken corpora based on the oral production of speakers as varied as language learners, users of English as Lingua Franca, native speakers, or speakers of English in academic contexts. This book also highlights the growing emphasis on the use of corpus-based research by examining the implications of corpus findings in educational settings.

101 Conversations in Simple English

Author : Olly Richards
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 238 pages
File Size : 55,5 Mb
Release : 2020-11-26
Category : Foreign Language Study
ISBN : 1914190041


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Improve your spoken English from home with 101 real-world conversations in simple, everyday English. Real English people don't speak like your textbook... so it's no wonder you feel unprepared when it's your turn to speak! This book fixes that. For the first time, you'll learn to speak English in the REAL world, with 101 authentic conversations in simple, spoken English, so you can become confident in the words, phrases and expressions you need to communicate like a local. You'll be transported into a real-world story that unfolds between six characters, told by the people themselves in 101 authentic conversations. Over 15,000 words of real English, you'll immerse yourself in a gripping drama and get an education in natural English in the process. Here's what you'll get: 101 conversations in simple English, so you can learn real English as spoken in the street, understand spoken language with ease, and have English roll off your tongue more fluently With over 15,000 words of dialogue, you'll have an exciting resource that will immerse you in English, at a level you can understand, so you can learn real spoken English without getting lost or overwhelmed Real, daily spoken English throughout - it's as if we held up a microphone and recorded the exact words coming out of people's mouths - so you can learn the expressions that real people use on the street (not in textbooks). You'll sound more authentic when you speak and make English-speaking friends more easily. Situational dialogues from typical daily circumstances, so you'll prepare yourself to survive realistic English encounters, in shops and cafés, and make meeting people and making arrangements second nature Conversations that are carefully written to be accessible for beginners (A2-B1 on the CEFR), so you can start to learn from real, spoken conversations, even as a beginner, without having to go through the rollercoaster of difficult conversations with strangers Each conversation is limited to around 15 lines of dialogue (150 words), so you can get that crucial sense of achievement and motivation when you finish each conversation, and say "I actually understood all of that!" Summaries of each conversation which contextualise each dialogue, so you can easily follow the plot and enjoy the story without getting lost The story is set in London, England and includes some expressions that are typical in British English. However, the conversations use mostly "neutral" English that will help you if you're learning American English, or any other variety of English too! Created by Olly Richards, internationally-renowned language teacher and author, 101 Conversations in Real Spoken English gives you an education in real English that you won't find anywhere else. You'll be better prepared for using English in the real world, speak with more confidence, and take a giant leap towards fluency in English! SCROLL UP AND GRAB YOUR COPY NOW

The Role of Working Memory and Executive Function in Communication under Adverse Conditions

Author : Mary Rudner,Carine Signoret
Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
Page : 274 pages
File Size : 41,9 Mb
Release : 2016-06-20
Category : Electronic book
ISBN : 9782889198610


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Communication is vital for social participation. However, communication often takes place under suboptimal conditions. This makes communication harder and less reliable, leading at worst to social isolation. In order to promote participation, it is necessary to understand the mechanisms underlying communication in different situations. Human communication is often speech based, either oral or written, but may also involve gesture, either accompanying speech or in the form of sign language. For communication to be achieved, a signal generated by one person has to be perceived by another person, attended to, comprehended and responded to. This process may be hindered by adverse conditions including factors that may be internal to the sender (e.g. incomplete or idiosyncratic language production), occur during transmission (e.g. background noise or signal processing) or be internal to the receiver (e.g. poor grasp of the language or sensory impairment). The extent to which these factors interact to generate adverse conditions may differ across the lifespan. Recent work has shown that successful speech communication under adverse conditions is associated with good cognitive capacity including efficient working memory and executive abilities such as updating and inhibition. Further, frontoparietal networks associated with working memory and executive function have been shown to be activated to a greater degree when it is harder to achieve speech comprehension. To date, less work has focused on sign language communication under adverse conditions or the role of gestures accompanying speech communication under adverse conditions. It has been proposed that the role of working memory in communication under such conditions is to keep fragments of an incomplete signal in mind, updating them as appropriate and inhibiting irrelevant information, until an adequate match can be achieved with lexical and semantic representations held in long term memory. Recent models of working memory highlight an episodic buffer whose role is the multimodal integration of information from the senses and long term memory. It is likely that the episodic buffer plays a key role in communication under adverse conditions. The aim of this research topic is to draw together multiple perspectives on communication under adverse conditions including empirical and theoretical approaches. This will facilitate a scientific exchange among individual scientists and groups studying different aspects of communication under adverse conditions and/or the role of cognition in communication. As such, this topic belongs firmly within the field of Cognitive Hearing Science. Exchange of ideas among scientists with different perspectives on these issues will allow researchers to identify and highlight the way in which different internal and external factors interact to make communication in different modalities more or less successful across the lifespan. Such exchange is the forerunner of broader dissemination of results which ultimately, may make it possible to take measures to reduce adverse conditions, thus facilitating communication. Such measures might be implemented in relation to the built environment, the design of hearing aids and public awareness.

Exploring Corpus Linguistics

Author : Winnie Cheng
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 248 pages
File Size : 47,5 Mb
Release : 2011-10-04
Category : Foreign Language Study
ISBN : 9781136628153


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Routledge Introductions to Applied Linguistics consists of introductory level textbooks covering the core topics in Applied Linguistics, designed for those entering postgraduate studies and language professionals returning to academic study. The books take an innovative "practice to theory" approach, with a ‘back to front’ structure which takes the reader from real life problems and issues in the field, then enters into a discussion of intervention and how to engage with these concerns. The final section concludes by tying the practical issues to theoretical foundations. Additional features include tasks with commentaries, a glossary of key terms, and an annotated further reading section. Corpus linguistics is a key area of applied linguistics and one of the most rapidly developing. Winnie Cheng’s practical approach guides readers in acquiring the relevant knowledge and theories to enable the analysis, explanation and interpretation of language using corpus methods. Throughout the book practical classroom examples, concordance based analyses and tasks such as designing and conducting mini-projects are used to connect and explain the conceptual and practical aspects of corpus linguistics. Exploring Corpus Linguistics is an essential textbook for post-graduate/graduate students new to the field and for advanced undergraduates studying English Language and Applied Linguistics.

Literature, Spoken Language and Speaking Skills in Second Language Learning

Author : Christian Jones
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Page : 265 pages
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Release : 2019-11-07
Category : Computers
ISBN : 9781108472944


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Explores how literature is used as a model of spoken language and to develop speaking skills in second language learning.

IELTS Speaking Test Tips

Author : Landon Rogers
Publisher : Landon Rogers
Page : 333 pages
File Size : 49,9 Mb
Release : 2015-11-18
Category : Foreign Language Study
ISBN : 8210379456XXX


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BIG DISCOUNT - ONLY for this WEEKEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Most people would agree that an OK score in speaking is 5 or 6. Many students now realise that a score of 5 or 6 for speaking is not enough for their study requirements. Many students spend months preparing for the IELTS speaking test and still find it difficult to score 7 or higher. In fact some candidates actually score lower than they potentially could have scored. There are a few reasons behind this poor performance and these will be discussed in detail throughout this book, but one major factor is the lack of quality material available for IELTS speaking preparation. There are a number of IELTS speaking books on the market but this book aims to break new ground by focusing on how to prepare for and achieve a speaking score of 7 (or maybe higher). All of the skills and strategies presented in this book are typical of a high scoring speaking candidate. This book is intended for anyone who intends to take the IELTS test; it will also help learners of English improve their speaking skills. It is suitable for both classroom use and self-study.