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It's an excellent selection of idioms that can come in handy for non-native speakers of English. The situations didn't feel far-fetched. Learners of American English can use these examples of conversational English in a wide range of different contexts.
The set can be used for self-study purposes or in the classroom.
That was a good buy.
Yes. Because it is a very good way to make use of our time, while we drive, commute on train, etc.
Yes, especially to advanced learners. I think this is better than any other domestic (Japanese) materials.
I wonder if I know the name of them.
This is a English learning book. I don't get moved by this kind of materials.
I'm glad I tried this book.
The content lay out, how chapters are made, the plot, the actors performance and the good pronunctiation.
There are some books out there but fortunately I do not need to mention as this one outnumber them
Three of them
No, it wasn't; which, in this case, is a positive note: the content is so well designed that one needs some time to review the new idioms and practice them.
Thank you. This definitely is a dream come true material
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