Are you a beginning or intermediate English learner?

Do you want to learn common phrases to help you improve your English speaking?

Do you have trouble talking about common subjects in English?

This book was designed for:

-Beginner and Intermediate English learners.

-English learners that would like to learn common phrases based around everyday topics

-English learners that don’t know what to say and need help taking about common subject

Learning English is difficult. It is hard because there is so much to learn.

When you are learning English focus on learning phrases that you can use over and over again. Don’t worry too much about verbs tenses and extensive vocabulary lists. The most important thing about learning a new language is that you are able to communicate with other people. You don’t have to be perfect. You just have to try.

In this book you will learn 650+ common phrases to help you talk about forty (40) common every day subjects. This book is centered on giving you the phrases and ideas you need to talk about each subject in an everyday setting.

Each section has common phrases and questions used to talk about a central topic. It also includes example sentences to help you further your understanding.

Remember when learning a language, it is important to improve your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills; not just one at a time.

This book is not for:

-people who love grammar rules

-people who are advanced learners or native speakers of the English language

-people who have a very basic understanding or don’t understand any English

This is not a text book. This book is a compilation of common phrases and resources about topics that are common in every day speaking.

Adjective Adverb Articles Capitalization Clauses Common Mistake ConditionalSentence English Writing HTML+Css Idiom&Phrases LinkingWords Narration Noun Old Questions Other Ways to Say Parts of speech Preposition Pronoun Sentence Speaking Synonyms Tag Questions Tense The Calender Transition Words Verb Voice

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