Book of the week.
If only they didn’t speak English by Jon Sopel.
Today’s America seems to be becoming more and more unrecognisable to the rest of the world day by day. In this very well-researched and written book, the BBC reporter for the US Jon Sopel, delves into (etw erforschen) the modern day American psyche. https://amzn.to/2GDzt9C
English Grammar in Use.
Aka Murphy’s grammar book after the author Raymond Murphy. Cambridge University Press. The English Trainers/students bible available at different levels from beginners to advanced. The grammar aspect is presented on the left hand page (English only!!!) and exercises on the right hand page with ‘answers page’ at the end. Ideal for self-study. Price: €31,20 This link is for the latest book with interactive ebook for intermediate: https://amzn.to/2B9r0X5
English Vocabulary in Use.
Cambridge University Press. Similar to Murphy’s, the vocab. is divided into ‘topics’ and presented on the left hand page (English only!!!) and exercises on the right hand page with ‘answers page’ at the end. Ideal for self-study. Price: € 23.50 This link is for the Pre & Intermediate level. https://amzn.to/2DM7iT0
English for Meetings.
If you want to focus on a special skill in English (ranging from emails to telephoning) or a particular business sector (from accounting to telecommunications industry) these “Short course series ‘English for ….’ by Cornelsen should do the trick. The following link is for the ‘English for Meetings CEF levels B1/B2 book. Price € 23,75: https://amzn.to/2D1IlSi
– the world’s first production dictionary by Longman. It takes a bit of getting used to at first, but ideal, especially for the more advanced learner, who would like a practical reference book. Price € 39,16: https://amzn.to/2S1Vy7E