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Spoken English: A Hand - On - Guide to English Conversation Practice, 3/e

Spoken English: A Hand - On - Guide to English Conversation Practice, 3/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125931218
  • 352 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5” x 8.5” inches
  • Book 250.00

Spoken English provides a lot of material for conversation practice from everyday situations and familiar topics. It includes a variety of sentence patterns and helps the learner read and repeat to gain fluency.

The third edition is much richer in expressions and dialogues on new kinds of situations besides having the regular pronunciation guide and short notes on stress and rhythm. It now provides complete material for developing English speaking skills and would make the reader more comfortable, confident and fluent.

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  • Looking for something
  • Asking and giving directions
  • At the greengrocer’s
  • Arrival of relatives from abroad
  • Making inquiries about a journey
  • Reserving berths for a journey
  • Planning for a picnic
  • Neither a borrower nor a lender be
  • Veg or non-veg
  • Expressing a regret
  • At the bus stop
  • Speaking on the phone
  • Tea-time
  • At the post office
  • Helping a friend
  • At the bank
  • A casual meeting
  • About hobbies
  • On transport
  • On road accidents
  • Talking about the vegetable garden
  • On retirement
  • How an arranged marriage takes place
  • Booking accomodation at a hotel
  • At the restaurant
  • Giving a message on the phone
  • On household chores
  • Calling on a friend
  • On falling standards in educational institutions
  • Boarding a train
  • Talking about applying for a job
  • At the interview
  • Health care even when healthy
  • Seeing off a relative at the airport
  • On punctuality
  • Friends talk about their ambition
  • Changing the wheel of a car
  • Talking about the cost of living
  • Up goes the standard of living
  • Fixing an appointment with the dentist
  • Buying a birthday present
  • The importance of spoken English
  • How to improve your vocabulary
  • On fishing
  • Sanitation and hygiene
  • Inviting to a get-together
  • Getting things done
  • Planning to build a house
  • Getting ‘pollution under control’ certificate
  • How to protect our environment
  • Talking about obligations
  • At the market
  • My visit to London
  • How to make an omelette
  • Titbits
  • On vacation
  • At the railway station
  • Be practical
  • How I spent the last Sunday
  • Ironing clothes
  • Friend in hospital
  • At a ready-made shop
  • At the supermarket
  • Buying a lottery ticket
  • Busy with studies
  • My ideal world
  • Life is beautiful
  • Travelling around
  • Looking back at past events
  • What is the dialogue about?
  • Talking casually on the phone
  • Has anything been done!
  • Mercy killing
  • Whither development
  • Good living
  • Answers to exercise for practice
  • Oral-aural drills
  • Short notes on tenses and their uses
  • The passive voice
  • Question tags
  • Must and need
  • Words often confused
  • Common mistakes in English