Whaddaya say?: guided practice in relaxed spoken English
Prentice Hall Regents,
Whaddaya Say? is the result of 25 years of research on reduced forms. Since 1981, it has helped thousands of students around the world understand English s it is really spoken. This easy-to-use listening book introduces students to the most common reduced forms of spoken English for going to, want to, have to, and more - fully contextualized in conversations that are both practical and entertaining. Each of the text's 30 lessons include a auto segment that introduces new reduced forms, followed by comprehension questions and practice exercises.
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|Grouping Title||whaddaya say guided practice in relaxed spoken english|
|Grouping Author||weinstein nina j|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-01-01 01:10:20AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-17 03:58:18AM|
|author||Weinstein, Nina J.|
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|subject_facet||English language -- Idioms -- Problems, exercises, etc|
English language -- Spoken English -- Problems, exercises, etc
English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers
Problems and exercises
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|title_full||Whaddaya say? : guided practice in relaxed spoken English / Nina Weinstein|
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