The book is a listening and speaking textbook for non-native learners and speakers of the English language, especially those within the West Africa Examinations Council catchment areas.
Author: Muniru Fuseini
Publisher: Exceller Books
Category: Study Aids
The book is a listening and speaking textbook for non-native learners and speakers of the English language, especially those within the West Africa Examinations Council catchment areas. It comprises of 11 chapters, each of which discusses an aspect spoken English beginning with the speech sounds. At the end of each chapter, there is a trial exercise for users to practice. The book comes with 165 audio files to support the listening and speaking activities from the first to the last chapters.
Thereafter , learning spoken English has become an essential part of English
learning in Mainland China . Oral English proficiency is now measured by oral
tests which have been integrated into many national English examinations .
Author: Meihua Liu
Publisher: Peter Lang
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This study explores the field of EFL (English as a foreign language) classroom learning within a formal learning institution. Drawing on theories and methods from various disciplines, this book explores the question which has been frustrating language teachers: why do so many students remain reticent and anxious in language class? Based on a large-scale survey and a more focused case study, the book argues persuasively that reticence and anxiety in formal EFL classrooms are important factors in determining the outcome of language learning. By means of a triangulated research method, this book examines various aspects of reticence and anxiety in EFL classroom learning situations. The author analyses causes and consequences, differences in terms of gender and proficiency level, and coping strategies.
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Anything less than this standard is not really speaking English . Anything beyond
it is speaking English better . Efforts to achieve this goal are of two sorts . The
student gradually extends the area of his knowledge , --how the distinctive
This book is compiled to help pupils with the Picture Discussion component of the Oral English Examination. There are 25 exercises based on common themes tested in schools. Each exercise includes prompts as well as ideas for a pupil’s response. In addition, a short paragraph is included to train the pupils to present their ideas in continuous speech. A glossary is included in every exercise. This will help a pupil build his vocabulary, enhancing both his speaking and writing skills. This book is a useful resource suitable for both home study and classroom learning.
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Author: Antoinette Knowles
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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Introducing the Handbook - For Whom the Book Is Intended The Handbook for Oral Readers of English as a Second Language (ESL) is intended for oral
readers whose first or native language is not English, but who have mastered the
Spoken English for Filipino Learners Grade 2 Worktext 3rd Edition SCOPE AND
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Many teachers are torn apart between the pressure to innovate and adopt the
communicative approach to English ... As an example, Orr (1999) cites the
mismatch between an oral communication syllabus and a paper-and-pencil test
Now the time has come to address the question of producing English without
causing blackout and learning to decode oral English successfully. This means
taking lexical words and functional words and linking them into flowing speech.
ANSWER KEY LESSON 2 Oral Exercise 2.1 Ти тут? [він, вони, воно, ми, ви,
вона] Ні, вона там. [вони, ти, він, ви, воно] Вона надворі. [я, він, вони, ми, ви,
воно] Він також надворі. [воно, ми, я, ти, вони, ви] Де вона тепер? [вони, ти,
Author: Roma Franko
Publisher: Brush Education
Category: Foreign Language Study
Ukrainian for Speakers of English is intended for individuals who have no knowledge of Ukrainian. It is suitable for university students, senior high school students, and adult learners in a home study situation. All of the material is presented from the point of view of a student who knows how to speak English, but who may not know the formal rules of English grammar. Before a new point in Ukrainian grammar is introduced, students are first reminded about what they know, either formally or informally, about a similar structure in English. The grammar explanations in this text are brief and simple; they convey only as much information as a student can be expected to assimilate in the early stages of learning a second language. Numerous examples, summaries, and charts are included to assist the learner. The systematic organization of the material ensures that students acquire the ability to use the language competently. Successful completion of the program lays the foundation for further formal and informal acquisition of the language, and for the study and enjoyment of Ukrainian literature.
... energy and enthusiasm which I am gratified to say . . . On behalf of the students
and faculty of . . . and the TULC organization . . . Thank you . Farewells Farewells
include saying good - bye to someone moving 62 Oral Presentations in English.
Author: Marianne Sanders
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Engelstalige gids voor Nederlandse academici die presentaties in het Engels moeten houden.
10 Postscript The Oral - Style Story After Bosman T HIS STUDY HAS TRACED
THE DEVELOPMENT of the oral - style story from its ' ur - form ' in the middle of
the nineteenth century to its apogee with Bosman in the 1930s , 1940s and
Author: Craig MacKenzie
Category: Literary Criticism
This study deals with a particular kind of short story in South African English literature - a kind of story variously called the fireside tale, tall tale, skaz narrative or (the term used here) the 'oral-style' story. Most famously exemplified in the Oom Schalk Lourens narratives of Herman Charles Bosman, the oral-style story has its roots in the hunting tale and camp-fire yarn of the nineteenth century and has dozens of exponents in South African literature, most of them long forgotten. Here this neglect has been addressed. A.W. Drayson's Tales at the Outspan (1862) provides a point of departure, and is followed by discussions of works by William Charles Scully, Percy FitzPatrick, Ernest Glanville, Perceval Gibbon, Francis Carey Slater, Pauline Smith, and Aegidius Jean Blignaut, all of whom used the oral-style story genre. In the work of Herman Charles Bosman, however, the South African oral-style story comes into its own. In his Oom Schalk Lourens figure is invested all of the complexity and 'double-voicedness' that was latent - and largely dormant - in the earlier works. Bosman demonstrates his sophistication particularly in his metafictional use of the oral-style story. The study concludes with a discussion of the use of oral forms in the work of more recent black writers - among them Bessie Head, Mtutuzeli Matshoba, and Njabulo Ndebele.