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    vbhimarao is offline Newbie
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    ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING TO LEARNERS

    HII am looking for teaching method of spoken English with grammar for non native speakers.

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    Re: ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING TO LEARNERS

    I think that using TV shows is the best method. Here are lots of free lessons with grammar, vocabulary and comprehension exercises that accompany TV shows.

    English Video Lessons - Skype Lessons

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    Re: ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING TO LEARNERS

    Quote Originally Posted by vbhimarao View Post
    HII am looking for teaching method of spoken English with grammar for non native speakers.
    Are you trying to teach conventional grammar, which is predominantly the grammar of written language, or the actual grammar of spoken English?

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