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American English (Teach Yourself) [Tapa blanda]

Sandra Stevens


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23 de febrero de 2001 Teach Yourself
This audio cassette and book pack is part of the "Teach Yourself" series. It takes a communicative approach to American English teaching and aims to meet the needs of all students requiring self-access material. The course is suitable for adults of an elementary level and those who may have studied English before, but now need to improve for social or business purposes. The text provides supplementary material to learners who are attending classes, a quick reference for travellers, and guidance for EFL teachers who are not confident using a communicative approach. The double cassette pack and book are also available separately.

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not really American 26 de mayo de 2002
Por Un cliente - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Tapa blanda
This book is okay if you know a little English and you want to learn a little more, but the English in it is not really American. The cassettes might have American voices, but you can see that people in England wrote the dialogues. The people in the dialogues say many things that Americans would not say. For example, one teacher says his students are "lovely"". It is very common to say this in England, but not in the United States, and in the U.S., you seldom call men "lovely", because it sounds too feminine. There are also other things that tell you Americans did not write the dialogues: The characters often say, "Do you?" in places where Americans would say, "You do?" They also use the word "actually" too much, and in places where an American would probably not say it unless he's been living in England for many years. You can use British English in the United States, of course, but if you really want to learn *American* English, it is better to get a book that was really written in America. There is a huge number of real American books to choose from, so you don't need this one.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A life saver 28 de junio de 2004
Por henry lui - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Tapa blanda
I highly recommend this course. When I first came to the States all my English was British. At the hotel there was a mix up because my words for the items in the bedroom / apartment were all different. They did not know what I was talking about. I have now recommended this course to people who are coming for the first time. Very useful.
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