Speaking Naturally Student's Book: Communication Skills in American English, Volume 1

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Cambridge University Press, Jan 25, 1985 - Foreign Language Study - 115 pages
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Speaking Naturally is for intermediate and high intermediate ESL/EFL students who are interested in using English in social interaction. Each unit contains:" Presentation of language functions (thanking, agreeing, disagreeing, inviting, etc.) in both formal and informal situations" Informative readings on the cultural rules students need to know in real-life situations" Exercises and role plays for pairs and small groups, to encourage interaction" Short recorded dialogues, which expose students to a range of American accents and levels of formality.Speaking Naturally can be used as a classroom text, as a supplementary text, and for self-study.
 

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Openings and closings
1
Introductions and address systems
12
Invitations
23
Thanking people and replying to thanks
34
Apologizing
46
Expressing anger and resolving conflict
56
Giving compliments and replying to compliments
67
Getting peoples attention and interrupting
74
Agreeing and disagreeing
85
Controlling the conversation
94
Getting information
104
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