Practical Everyday English : A Self-Study Method of Spoken English for Upper Intermediate and Advanced Students
For upper intermediate and advanced students only; not for beginners or elementary level.Practical Everyday English is Book 1 in the Everyday English series. It is a self-study book with audio CD, designed to improve the vocabulary of upper intermediate and advanced students of English as a foreign language. This book has a special focus on phrasal verbs, advanced vocabulary and idioms. Unlike a dictionary, this book actually teaches students how and when to use the words by giving true-to-life examples, entertaining dialogue and useful exercises.
- Mixed media product | 212 pages
- 190 x 243 x 18mm | 566g
- 13 Jul 2009
- Montserrat Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
- 5th Revised edition
This is the best book on conversational English and phrasal verbs I've ever read. When, I'm in the UK, I never go anywhere without it."Hideki Noda (celebrated Japanese playwright): "Mr Collins's books cover exactly the gap that foreigners still have to cross in order to pass from just grammatically correct English to real daily English." Dr Juan Coderch (Senior Classics Tutor, The University of St. Andrews, Scotland
About Steven Collins
Steven Collins was born in London in 1960 and has lived most of his life there. He qualified as a lawyer (solicitor) in 1987, having done a Master's in Law at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He then decided to make a complete change of career and went into T.E.F.L (Teaching English as a foreign Language). Having lived and taught in Italy and Spain for a short while, he returned to London in 1993 to write the Practical Everyday English series of books for advanced students. He has been a full time writer since 2008.