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Did you know that you can use best sellers (popular books) to learn English? Some of the language in romance books can get “steamy,” or sexual in nature. Then, you need to target a book that addresses your language needs. In other words, are your goals simply to learn the basics of English, prepare for a trip to an . My secret tip for making faster progress with the language is reading lots of English novels and then reading some more. When it came to finding books that .

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Fantasy Sometimes a good fantasy book lets you explore magical lands. Other times, it brings otherwordly not from this world creatures into our own ordinary world.

Whichever fantasy you prefer, this genre takes you away from the real world. Fantasy books often have interesting descriptions and characters, which makes them great for learning synonyms words that mean the same thing as others and common words to describe a person. Rowling What this book is about: Young Harry Potter lives a sad life in a tiny closet under a staircase.

One day, he gets an invitation to Hogwarts, a school where kids learn magic. His life changes forever. This book goes from simple to difficult, making it more fitting for an advanced reader. Science fiction books can teach more than just simple English—they can teach science and technology terms.

Even if the way science and tech is used in the books is not real, many of the words and terms are real. You can learn words about outer space, words that you would hear in a science laboratory and much more. Presumed thought to be dead and completely cut off from the rest of the universe, the astronaut has to use his skills and intelligence to find a way back home. The English in this book: This book is full of space words and terms!

There is very little dialogue since the main character is alone on Mars, but you can learn a lot of words about Mars, astronauts and other space topics.

It has lots of action words, with some science terms. This combination makes it a little more difficult to read, and great for more advanced learners. There is plenty of vocabulary to be found for all those topics.

Many mysteries are also thrillers—but a lot of times the mystery books have a slower speed, and focus on the, well…mystery part of things. Since many of the characters in these books lie, if the author is good, you can learn how to recognize that someone is acting suspicious guilty from their body language and the way they talk.

In this one, the brilliant Belgian detective Hercule Poirot investigates the death of a woman during a holiday. It seems trouble just follows Poirot wherever he goes!

The English in this book: Since this is an older book, some language is old and hard to read. The way people speak in the book might not be how people speak in real life anymore, either. Who is causing all this trouble? In this mystery, the animals have their own opinions about the case! Simple language and realistic dialogue even among the animals!

You can learn anything you want from non-fiction books. Here are a few good places to start. The English in this book: Mary Roach writes in a very conversational, friendly way, and explains anything scientific as if she was talking to a friend. There are words about history and growing up, and lots of description of both things and people.

This book is full of great vocabulary words!

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The most interesting part? By contrast, the web-based links to dialogs are very clear and high-quality. Consistency rating: 5 The organization of the text is very consistent; the same types of exercises are found in each chapter.

This would help students know what to expect and what to do as they move from chapter to chapter.

1. The Wind in the Willows – Kenneth Grahame

Modularity rating: 5 The text is very modular in organization. Certain chapters could be omitted entirely at the discretion of the instructor or they could be taught in any order with no undue problems.


The organization from one chapter to the next is fine, but as mentioned, a teacher could teach the chapters in any order they want. All the links to audio sources worked well except that many of the audio exercises in the first half of the book especially were very hard to hear and were a bit echo-y. Larger, clearer chapter headings would help.

The three links to the food audio files are a bit hard to navigate and no scripts are given for those audio files. Grammatical Errors I find no problems with regard to grammar in the text. Cultural Relevance rating: 2 The text is not offensive in any way except that I find only two African-Americans and no Africans or Latinos represented in any of the activities or listening links, so we could say the text is biased in that way.This level you will be learning all about English grammar, we recommend that you do each lesson one after another.

This is a way to say somebody is very busy, as bees are known to work hard. Certain chapters could be omitted entirely at the discretion of the instructor or they could be taught in any order with no undue problems.

A year-old girl searches for her mother, who disappeared after a terrible accident. If you like this idea, you can try it with videos, too. Apart from the core lessons, this course book includes additional reference tools, strategies for learning independently, a vocabulary trainer and ideas for developing your speaking skills.

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