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SKU: TBSD1210

In today's competitive world, Spoken English is considered as a passport for success in life. The craze for learning spoken English has led to the growth of coaching institutes all over the country. Much as...

  • Book Name: Spoken English For Urdu Speakers By Prof. Shrikant Prasoon
  • Publisher: V&S Publishers
  • Product Type: English
  • Barcode: 9790000000000
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In today's competitive world, Spoken English is considered as a passport for success in life. The craze for learning spoken English has led to the growth of coaching institutes all over the country. Much as they may profess and advertise, it is not really possible to learn any language in 30 days. A person who genuinely wants to learn the language needs to spend two to three hours every day for at least five or six months before he or she would feel confident to communicate in English.
The prime objective of this book is to encourage students to learn English as a tool of communication and to enable them to understand the language thoroughly. The book basically takes off from the learner’s point of view and guides them through cooperative learning methods in order to help master the effective communication skills in English.
The book has been divided into four convenient units of Grammar, Pronunciation, Conversation and Vocabulary. Each chapter covers one main area of learning English – explained with examples. Carefully selected and graded exercises have also been included throughout the book to give readers ample practice and a complete understanding of the subject.
In short, the book follows the modern functional approach to the study of English. So readers, it is definitely a one-stop solution for speaking English! #v&spublishers

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