Based on the speech plasma method, this audiobook has proven to be virtually indispensable for fluency practice at an intermediate level, helping foreign students of English master the language in the shortest possible time.
A freelance journalist discusses the most common examination topics (19 main topics and more than 50 subtopics) used by schools and universities throughout the world. Narrating personal stories, she gives opinions and explains her views on a variety of subjects. When you listen to her experiences, you will be drawn into her world and feel like you made a new friend. You will get so involved into her life that you will be able to speak easily and fluently about your new friend, and about yourself, for hours and hours on end.
©2013 Alexander Pavlenko (P)2014 Alexander Pavlenko
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"Helpful and interesting lesson with great English!"
I will gladly listen this e-book again. I found it very useful for improvement of my English skills. Text is quite interesting and narrator's accent is awesome, genuine British. It's covering many different areas of day-to-day life, so there are a lot of different words and expressions I can use in day-to-day conversational practice.
My favorite character is author. I liked the way she is describing her city, her building and items in her flat. All her story is easy to understand, her interests are wide and her thinking is quite unusual.
This Vivien's Granham's narration is first I encountered. Her voice reminded me my English colleagues, same awesome pronunciation.
I would say that story in this book is pretty smooth. As I mentioned above, it's interesting to listen as author's world view is wide, easy to see that he has broad life experience and knowledge different people's cultures.
The most important point of this book is to teach you spoken English and it perfectly does it.
I'm glad I got this e-book and listened it. It helps a lot in improvement of my English skills. Will be glad to continue with other ones.
I'd like to say thank you to Vivien Granham and Alexander Pavlenko. Keep up an excellent work!
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