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101 Conversations in Simple English: Short Natural Dialogues to Boost Your Confidence & Improve Your Spoken English (101 Conversations in English) by
101 Conversations in Simple English by
- Publisher : Independently published (August 29, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 238 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1081649852
- ISBN-13 : 978-108164985
POLCET Education‘s teachers highly recommend this book to improve your English Speaking skills.
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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.
In this story, two friends, Natalie and Alice, arrive in London for what they think will be a relaxing vacation exploring the city. Things, however, take an unexpected turn when they discover some vary valuable paintings in one of London’s antique markets . . .
Here’s what you’ll get:
- 101 conversations in simple English, so you can learn the real English spoken in the street, understand spoken English with ease, and have English roll off your tongue more fluently
- Over 15,000 words of dialogue – an unparalleled 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 German-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 and includes expressions that are typical in British English. However, the story is written primarily in “neutral” English. This way, you’ll have plenty to learn, whether you’re learning the English spoken in England, North America, Australia or any other English-speaking community.