Publisher description for Fluent English / written by Barbara Raifsnider ; edited by Christopher A. Warnasch.
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ESL (English as a Second Language) students who reach an intermediate level of English don’t need endless drills in grammar or tedious vocabulary lists; they need to learn how to make their English sound natural. Fluent English is the ideal course for developing native-like fluency in English. It focuses on the essentials—idiomatic expressions, phrasal verbs, practical vocabulary expansion, and grammar usage in context—and builds listening comprehension as well as pronunciation and intonation skills.
Students will find numerous opportunities to practice speaking, listening, writing, and reading English. They’ll also learn essential information about living and working in the United States. At $29.95, this affordable program—which comes complete with a 224-page textbook and three hours of recordings on three CDs—offers language learners the perfect opportunity to hone their language skills effectively and economically.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers.
English language -- Spoken English -- Problems, exercises, etc.
English language -- Idioms -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Listening -- Problems, exercises, etc.