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More Practical Everyday English, - PDFEducational resources of the Internet - English. 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. Practical Everyday English is not just a book, but a method which helps upper-intermediate and advanced students to understand and then use everyday vocabulary. Most of the material in the book is good conversational English rather than academic. However, I should like to point out that "good conversational English" does not mean street slang.
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Text size: small medium large. Click the 'play' button to read along with the lesson below in this web page - 'Chapter One in Use'. Anne: Hello, it's been ages since I last heard from you. How are you? Jane: Not too well, actually. I've had the flu for about a month.