Speak English Like an American

Speak English Like an American
Author: Amy Gillett
Publsiher: Language Success Press
Total Pages: 178
Release: 2004
Genre: Foreign Language Study
ISBN: 9780972530033

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The audio CD contains all of the dialogues in the book.

More Speak English Like an American

More Speak English Like an American
Author: Amy Gillett
Publsiher: Language Success Press
Total Pages: 171
Release: 2009
Genre: Foreign Language Study
ISBN: 9780972530095

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More Speak English Like an American brings you another 300+ idioms and expressions you need to know. Maybe you have already read Speak English Like an American. But this is not a necessary requirement. You can start with this new book, if you like, and work back. This popular ESL book features a new story and new American English idioms and expressions. In More Speak English Like an American, you'll follow the story of an American business as its employees come up with new product ideas, travel to China, throw themselves into office romances, and have exciting adventures. This book contains dozens of exercises and includes hundreds of usage examples, including some from American newspapers. Complete with illustrations and an audio CD of all the dialogues. Most books teach classroom English. When it comes to everyday life, this can seem unreal. And make you seem unreal. Our emphasis is on helping you talk, sound, and think like a native speaker. We also help you pick up more native English from movies and TV, newspapers, books, and the Internet. More Speak English Like an American helps you recognize and understand idioms whenever you see or hear them.

Speak English Like an American for Native Spanish Speakers Habla ingl s como los americanos

Speak English Like an American for Native Spanish Speakers  Habla ingl  s como los americanos
Author: Amy Gillett
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2003
Genre: English language
ISBN: 0972530010

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Speak English Like an American

Speak English Like an American
Author: Amy Gillett
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 0
Release: 2005
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 8478733779

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Speak Business English Like an American

Speak Business English Like an American
Author: Amy Gillett
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 220
Release: 2006
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: CORNELL:31924111831628

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CD and book designed to teach idioms and expressions used in the American business world.

Talk English

Talk English
Author: Ken Xiao
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2016-09-19
Genre: English language
ISBN: 0998163201

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You have studied English for years, yet you still don't speak English well. You've tried many methods and you still make grammar mistakes, you still can't speak English fluently, and you still can't pronounce English words correctly. You can read English, but you feel too nervous or too shy to speak English.The good news is, this is very normal.You have simply used ineffective methods to learn to speak English.Ken has been in your situation before, but now he can speak English like a native, and he accomplished that in six months. In this book, Ken is going to teach you how to completely get rid of your accent and develop an American or British accent to speak English just like a native speaker, and he'll teach you how to accomplish that in just six months.In this book, you'll: *learn to speak like a native in six months or less*learn to do that on a busy schedule*learn to speak English without translating it first*learn grammar without memorizing grammar rules*learn to build a vocabulary that lasts*learn to pronounce English words like native American or native British*learn to speak English fluently, correctly, naturally, effectively, effortlessly*and more... to speak English like a native speaker.You have studied English for years, yet you still can't speak English well. The reason is simply: The methods you used were ineffective.Change your approach now. Learn from the success who has walked in your shoes before and is getting the result you want. Effortlessly follow the step-by-step instructions in the book to achieve the highest level of fluency to help you speak English like a native speaker.Add to Cart

Speak Better Business English and Make More Money

Speak Better Business English and Make More Money
Author: Amy Gillett
Publsiher: Language Success Press
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2010-06-25
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9780981775449

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Do You Speak American

Do You Speak American
Author: Robert Macneil,William Cran
Publsiher: Nan A. Talese
Total Pages: 242
Release: 2007-12-18
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9780307423573

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Is American English in decline? Are regional dialects dying out? Is there a difference between men and women in how they adapt to linguistic variations? These questions, and more, about our language catapulted Robert MacNeil and William Cran—the authors (with Robert McCrum) of the language classic The Story of English—across the country in search of the answers. Do You Speak American? is the tale of their discoveries, which provocatively show how the standard for American English—if a standard exists—is changing quickly and dramatically. On a journey that takes them from the Northeast, through Appalachia and the Deep South, and west to California, the authors observe everyday verbal interactions and in a host of interviews with native speakers glean the linguistic quirks and traditions characteristic of each area. While examining the histories and controversies surrounding both written and spoken American English, they address anxieties and assumptions that, when explored, are highly emotional, such as the growing influence of Spanish as a threat to American English and the special treatment of African-American vernacular English. And, challenging the purists who think grammatical standards are in serious deterioration and that media saturation of our culture is homogenizing our speech, they surprise us with unpredictable responses. With insight and wit, MacNeil and Cran bring us a compelling book that is at once a celebration and a potent study of our singular language. Each wave of immigration has brought new words to enrich the American language. Do you recognize the origin of 1. blunderbuss, sleigh, stoop, coleslaw, boss, waffle? Or 2. dumb, ouch, shyster, check, kaput, scram, bummer? Or 3. phooey, pastrami, glitch, kibbitz, schnozzle? Or 4. broccoli, espresso, pizza, pasta, macaroni, radio? Or 5. smithereens, lollapalooza, speakeasy, hooligan? Or 6. vamoose, chaps, stampede, mustang, ranch, corral? 1. Dutch 2. German 3. Yiddish 4. Italian 5. Irish 6. Spanish