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    I look for a few books, how to teach english to adults

    Hi, I'm looking for 1 or 2 books how to teach english, to adult Tibetans, like monks and laymen, in nepal and india.
    It is not on a profesional basis
    do you have any suggestion. I'm from belgium speak flemish (dutch)
    thanks

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    Re: I look for a few books, how to teach english to adults

    Karma,

    My dear fellow Belgian I'm taking English classes with the CLT and when there is something I don't understand or when our course book lacks information I use "A Practical English Grammar" by A.J Thomson & A.V Martinet

    Kind Regards

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    Re: I look for a few books, how to teach english to adults

    thanks, for the info,
    I looked for :"A Practical English Grammar" by A.J Thomson & A.V Martinet
    and I found it on -bay.
    But I don't have a credit card.
    Is there a way to find this, and maybe more books, on " how to teach eglish to adults"
    I can transfer money by bankaccount, so no e-bay, or other credit card sites.
    I still don't trust internet to give data from a credit card. georges

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    Re: I look for a few books, how to teach english to adults

    It is always worth paying a visit to "de slegte" in Louvain or Antwerp. It is a second hand bookstore, there is a big chance you will find that book and some others there.
    I am not keen on payments over the internet especially e-bay, I am not fond of leaving my bank account details on any site. I do not trust it.

    Kind regards

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