English is very important. we learn english to travel, work or go abroad. In learning enlish, vocabulary is very important, too. If we know a lot of vocabulary, we can speak english fluently and naturally.
Allan and Barbara Pease are the
internationally renowned experts in
human relations and body language,
whose 20 million book sales worldwide
have turned them into household
names. The Definitive Book of Body Language isolates, examines and explains in simple terms, each component of body langugage.
Perhaps no other “success” book has influenced more people
than Napoleon Hill’s Classic “Think and Grow Rich.” Since it’s
introduction in 1937, millions of copies have been sold around the
world. It still remains one of the top selling books of its kind.
Practice Makes Perfect: English Vocabulary for Beginning ESL Learners helps you develop your vocabulary by providing practice in word-building and encouraging you to analyze new words for an ever-increasing vocabulary. Each chapter of this comprehensive book focuses on a theme, such as family or travel, so you can build your language skills in a systematic manner. As you lay the foundation for an increasing vocabulary, you are able to perfect your new words with plenty of exercises and gain the confidence to communicate well in English....
Map of the book: Unit 1. Personnai information; Unit 2. The family; Unit 3. Daily activities; Unit 4. Homes; Unit 5. Town and country; Unit 6. Travel and tourism; Unit 7. Food and drink; Unit 8. Describing people; Unit 16. Past experiences and stories;...;Unit 17. Science and technology; Unit 18. Social and enviromental issues.
For their controversial new book on the differences between the way men and women think and communicate, Barbara and Allan Pease spent three years traveling around the world, collecting the dramatic findings of new research on the brain, investigating evolutionary biology, analyzing psychologists, studying social changes, and annoying the locals.
before you begin that process, it is a good idea to have a place to store all your index cards so they don't get lost and scattered. Also, if you need to visit several libraries and institutions while you are gathering your materials, you can take your index card holder with you wherever you go so that it becomes your per-sonal traveling desk. In this way, you will never be without your work and you can easily refer to what youVe done because your note cards are all in one place.
Exercises A. Complete the sentences. Ejemplo: I didn´t watch TV last night. 1. On Saturday I (play) computer games with my cousins. 2. My mum (not cook) dinner last night. 3. I (walk) to school because there weren´t any buses. 4. They (not dance) at the party. 5. My brother (travel) to Ireland last summer.
Objectives : -After the lesson Ss will be able to be provided the main information about the sights, accommodation of some famous places in Vietnam such as: nha trang, Da lat, sapa, Ha long bay.
-To drill Ss reading skill.
-After the lesson Ss will be able to learn more about the interesting places in Viet nam , such as : The temple of Literature, Ha long bay, Nha trang Habor.
-To drill Ss listening, and reading skills.
Book summary Ulysses arrived on Planet Earth with an invisible space ship after light years of travel. He came from Planet Progress. It was only during the last two generations that the people of Planet Progress actually secured the survival of the human species on their planet. They came very close to self-extinction...... For over a century Planet Earth has been under observation by the scientists of Planet Progress. These scientists were amazed to discover the great similarities between the two planets.
Many thanks to Simon, Matt, Priya, and all of the wonderful and cheery SitePoint
team for giving me the chance to write this book and for the time and encouragement
that they invested in the process.
Thanks also to Jason, Greg, and Eric, first, for believing in the potential of a young
mathematics major with a flimsy resume; second, for suggesting that I submit an
article to SitePoint (which started all of this); and finally, for their unbelievably
flexible and supportive working relationship.
This subject has indeed been, in some measure, preoccupied by persons far more capable of doing it justice
than I can pretend to be. Had Captain Cook and Mr Anderson lived to avail themselves of the advantages
which we enjoyed by a return to these islands, it cannot be questioned, that the public would have derived
much additional information from the skill and diligence of two such accurate observers.
-After the lesson Ss will be able to use the suggestion: Would / Do you mind.........in many communication situations and the way to respond to the suggestions.
-To drill Ss speaking skills.
Ian Usher (Please Note: these stories are based on personal experience only, and do not constitute any form of advice. Please make your own decisions, and take responsibility for yourself. I take no responsibility for any travel “adventures” that may result from trying any similar activities.) All material in this book is adapted from the book “A Life Sold” by Ian Usher or from the website www.100goals 100weeks.com More Adventure Travel Ian Usher Copyright 2012 by Ian Usher Smashwords Edition Smashwords Edition, License Notes Thank you for downloading this free eBook.
Objectives: -After the lesson Ss will be able to know how to use the present participle (V-ing) and past participle (V-ed). And the request (Would you mind.........?)
-To drill Ss writing and reading skills.
As mentioned above, it is always the people that make any experience special. And there are
many friendships that were born during my stay in St. Gallen and that will hopefully last for
ever. To start with my research fellow and all time wingman Sebastian Knoll who walked on
my side during my first steps as a researcher, who provided me with a corner to sleep in his
one-room apartment, and who shared his thoughts on anything at anytime. Thanks Sebastian!
Also, I would like to thank Manuel Seyferth for his great friendship, his skill to organize all
English for International Tourism is a multi-level course for students who need English for professional communication in the hotel and tourism industries. Illustrated with material from Dorling Kindersley’s Eyewitness Travel Guide series and authentic material from companies within the tourist industry this, the intermediate level book, presents effective communication strategies for workplace situations such as giving advice, taking bookings and dealing with complaints.