Good morning and a very happy Wednesday to you all, working people and students. I have decided to use some excerpts from my book. Here is the link again.
A new English book, “Basic English Conversation for Beginners”, which is available on Kindle now. Please check it out!!!
This book is intended for students who are learning English as a second language. It is for students who wish to improve their English and so be able to function in an English-speaking country. It is not intended to be a grammar book but of course there are important points of grammar to help students. The book focuses on topics which students will encounter when they visit English-speaking countries.
Since this is the focal point of students wanting to improve their spoken English, I will begin by going through basic points of grammar from my book.
Before you start learning to speak English, an important tip to remember is to say:
|‘Excuse me, please.’||‘Pardon me.’||‘I do not understand.’||‘Can you please repeat?’|
instead of saying ‘WHAT!!!?’ when you do not understand what the speaker is saying.
It is much more polite. Try saying: ‘Excuse me, please.’
Great, you have made a start.
- You will learn how to pronounce the alphabet.
Of course, I would reiterate that there is nothing like speaking with a native speaker. I cannot stress this too strongly. I have met so many students who know their grammar perfectly but cannot say a sentence in English. Beware of this. Keep practising your spoken English. Good luck. More tomorrow.