Practice Makes Perfect: English Vocabulary For Beginning ESL Learners

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July 15, 2006


Electronic book text, 192 pages


0071491317 / 9780071491310

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Hundreds of English words to get you speaking in your new language with confidence--now!

Practice Makes Perfect: English Vocabulary for Beginning ESL Learners introduces you to hundreds of essential words and helps you quickly build the skills and confidence needed to use them correctly in conversation. Many useful exercises provide you with word-building practice. You also learn how to rapidly analyze new words you may encounter and incorporate them into your ever-growing vocabulary.

Author comments

Jean Yates is an author of language-learning books and teaches at George Washington University.

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Speak English as if it were your first language!

Gain the confidence to talk with native English speakers with Practice Makes Perfect English Vocabulary for Beginning ESL Learners. Inside you will find more than 1,500 commonly used words you hear at work, at school, and on the street.

This guidebook/workbook explains nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs--and how they will help you learn new vocabulary. Once you master the words in this book, you will find it easier than ever to add new ones to your expanding vocabulary in the future. And with plenty of exercises inside to practice what you learn, you will become comfortable using English in everyday situations.

You will learn:
Names for people, places, and things * Adjectives that describe people * Verbs used for household activities * Nouns and verbs used as adjectives * Adjectives that describe the weather * How to ask questions * Verbs used for shopping * How to give directions * Adverbs that describe verbs

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