Spoken English A Self Learning Guide to Conversation Practice

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Spoken English A Self Learning Guide to Conversation Practice

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Contents of Spoken English A Self Learning Guide to Conversation Practice

  • Unit one: AT THE POST OFFICE
  • Speaking— /D/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—making requests
  • Grammar and Usage—framing questions-
  • unit two: AT THE DOCTOR’S
  • Speaking—/ei/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—greeting and leave-taking
  • Grammar and Usage—forming negatives
  • unit three: BUYING A SHIRT
  • Speaking—/ :/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—expressing gratitude
  • Grammar and Usage—framing questions
  • unit four: AT THE MARKET
  • Speaking— /o:/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—apologizing
  • Grammar and Usage—using do, does, and did
  • unit five: IN THE LIBRARY
  • Speaking—ai/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—expressing necessity/obligation
  • Grammar and Usage—using helping verbs
  • unit six: AT THE TAILOR’S
  • Speaking—/w/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—stating preferences
  • Grammar and Usage—using the present continuous tense-
  • unit seven: AT THE CHEMIST’S
  • Speaking— /so/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—making suggestions
  • Grammar and Usage—using the present continuous tense-
  • unit eight: AT THE RAILWAY STATION
  • Speaking—/v/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—asking for information-
  • Grammar and Usage—using will and shall
  • unit nine: AT THE TEA STALL
  • Speaking— /f/, word accent, weak forms
  • Communicating—complaining
  • Grammar and Usage—using the past participle
  • unit ten: AN INTERVIEW
  • Speaking— /z/, word accent, weak forms
  • Communicating—asking for information-
  • Grammar and Usage—using indirect questions
  • unit eleven: BUYING A MOTOR CYCLE
  • Speaking—/a u/, word accent, sentence accent
  • Communicating—expressing surprise
  • Grammar and Usage—exclamatory sentences
  • unit twelve: AT THE BOOKSELLER’S
  • Speaking—/a:/, word accent, sentence accent
  • Communicating—giving opinions
  • Grammar and Usage—pronouns
  • unit thirteen: AT THE GARAGE
  • Speaking—/d$/, word accent, sentence accent
  • Communicating—expressing probability
  • Grammar and Usage—the passive-
  • unit fourteen: HIRING A TAXI
  • Speaking—/ac/, word accent, weak forms
  • Communicating—imagining situations
  • Grammar and Usage—linking words
  • unit fifteen: AT THE RESTAURANT
  • Speaking—/i:/, word accent, accent and intonation
  • Communicating—hesitating, attracting attention, etc
  • Grammar and Usage—using question tags
  • unit sixteen: AN INVITATION TO TEA
  • Speaking— /J/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—persuading
  • Grammar and Usage—the present perfect tense
  • unit seventeen: AT THE CINEMA
  • Speaking—/a:/, /g/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—expressing purpose
  • Grammar and Usage—using to- forms and -ing forms
  • unit eighteen: AT THE BANK
  • Speaking—/ea/, /is/, /z/, word accent, contracted forms
  • Communicating—agreeing and disagreeing
  • Grammar and Usage—the passive-
  • unit nineteen: INTRODUCTIONS
  • Speaking—/b:/, wond accent, accent and intonation
  • Communicating—saying ‘how often’
  • Grammar and Usage—adverbials
  • Speaking—/D/, word accent, accent and intonation
  • Communicating—expressing intentions
  • Grammar and Usage—talking about the future
  • REFERENCE MATERIAL FOR EVERYDAY CONVERSATION Some Common Words with their Pronunciations
  • Proverbs Used in Everyday Conversation with their Paraphrases/Explanations
  • Comparisons Used in Everyday Conversation

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