Perfect Phrases for ESL: Conversation Skills, Second Edition
Have the confidence to converse like a native English speaker with just the right phrases
How do you start a conversation? What should you say to express disagreement? How do you offer someone your advice? This handy reference will help you navigate social and business situations, with hundreds of ready-to-use English phrases and example dialogues that will help you converse with friends, collaborate with co-workers, and engage those around you.
Perfect Phrases for ESL: Conversation Skills is filled with hundreds of ready-to-use English phrases to help you navigate your way through social and business situations. There are phrases for talking with friends, offering opinions, collaborating with co-workers, addressing misunderstandings, and more. The book also includes common slang expressions you can use to sound more like a native speaker. And the new edition of this bestselling guide includes phrases for making contact, setting appointments, and leaving messages by phone.
Inside find examples of Perfect Phrases for . . .
Introductions: May I introduce myself? Invitations: Would you care to join us for a drink? Decisions: What are our options? Determination: I'm not budging an inch on this. Complaining: I have a lot on my plate right now. Interrupting: Sorry, I didn't catch that. Making contact: I just wanted to touch base.
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Use just the right phrases and master the art of conversation like a native speaker of English
How do you share an experience from your home country? What should you say to start a conversation? How do you offer someone your advice? This handy reference will help you navigate social and business situations, withhundreds of ready-to-use English phrases that will help you converse with friends, collaborate with co-workers, and engage those around you. Inside find examples of Perfect Phrases for . . .
Introductions—Let me introduce myself.
Invitations—How about going to dinner on Friday?
Decisions—What are our options?
Disbelief—You're pulling my leg!
Gifts—That's very thoughtful of you.
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|title_full||Perfect Phrases for ESL Conversation Skills, Perfect Phrases for ESL: Conversation Skills, Second Edition Engelhardt, Diane.|
|title_short||Perfect Phrases for ESL: Conversation Skills, Second Edition|
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