By Deena R. Levine M.A., Mara B. Adelman
This studying and dialogue textual content is helping scholars comprehend and adapt to cultural variations and values whilst speaking with audio system of American English.
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Software Highlights transparent charts and causes *Student-friendly grammar charts with transparent info. *Examples followed through transparent motives. *Minimal grammar terminology for ease of realizing. In-depth grammar perform *Immediate software of grammatical types and meanings. *A number of workout varieties together with warm-up, comprehension, crowning glory, interpreting, listening, interview, and writing.
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An up to date and revised version of the target CAE path, which prepares scholars for Cambridge English: complicated, often referred to as certificates in complicated English (CAE). The Workbook offers the additional perform and consolidation of language and abilities required at this point. The Audio CD offers additional listening perform.
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The same conversation could have had a very different result if Selma had wanted a definite answer. Notice the results of the following situation: CHUCK. OK, let's get together soon. SELMA. I'd love to. CHUCK. Good, I'll give you a call and we'll make a date (appointment). SELMA. If you want we can make a date now. CHUCK. Oh, OK, let's do that—I'm available any day next week. What about you? SELMA. Wednesday CHUCK. at 12:00 is good for me. OK, let's make it Wednesday. SELMA . Great. CHUCK. See you at noon Wednesday.
Discuss: Discuss the problems with the conversation and Rick's feelings of frustration. 1. Following is the same dialogue between Debbie and Rick. Change it so that it is not one-sided by adding a question or a comment after Debbie's short answers. Write in Rick's responses to Debbie's questions. RICK. Hello. Where are you from? DEBBIE. RICK. From New York. ____________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Why did you come to California?
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