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    Good way to study idioms

    Hi Everyone,
    I am Svetlana, originally from Russia. Now I am living in Connecticut working and studying English in evening. My teacher recommended me to read a book called "Speak English Like an American" to practice my skills in speaking English and using common idioms. I like it very much and recommend it to you if you are like me and enjoy learning how people really talk in America. I learned many useful idioms, for example "tricks of the trade" and "buckle down". Most of all - it's a fun book to study. I bought mine online at www.languagesuccesspress.com. Let me know if you have other book suggestions.


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    Re: Good way to study idioms

    hi svetlana I am Mona from palestine and I am English student and I read your note i like to improve my English skills but i can't get that book so I'll be very pleasured if you gave me any site which include this book.
    mona
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    Quote Originally Posted by Svetlana2004
    Hi Everyone,
    I am Svetlana, originally from Russia. Now I am living in Connecticut working and studying English in evening. My teacher recommended me to read a book called "Speak English Like an American" to practice my skills in speaking English and using common idioms. I like it very much and recommend it to you if you are like me and enjoy learning how people really talk in America. I learned many useful idioms, for example "tricks of the trade" and "buckle down". Most of all - it's a fun book to study. I bought mine online at www.languagesuccesspress.com. Let me know if you have other book suggestions.


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    Re: Good way to study idioms

    hi svetlana I am Mona from palestine and I am English student and I read your note i like to improve my English skills but i can't get that book so I'll be very pleasured if you gave me any site which include this book.
    mona
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    Re: Good way to study idioms

    You can buy it from Amazon.com through our bookshop. Follow the link: http://www.usingenglish.com/amazon/us/0972530037.html



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    Re: Good way to study idioms

    thanks alot
    mona


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    Re: Good way to study idioms

    Hi, You might prefer to buy this book for English Idioms, from famous author Wayne Magnuson. There is a free online version at

    English & American Idioms by Wayne Magnuson


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    Re: Good way to study idioms

    Hi, You might prefer to have a look at this book for 'English Idioms: Sayings and Slangs' by Wayne Magnuson. There is a free online verison of this book here:

    English & American Idioms by Wayne Magnuson


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    Re: Good way to study idioms

    Thank u for posting this


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    Re: Good way to study idioms

    Hello Mona ,Hope you are ok
    My name is Hamid, I'm from Morocco
    this is my first day at this nice forum and this is my first post :
    if you still need the book " Speak English Like An American " so yu can download it, it's for you and anybody else

    [Link deleted]

    Hamid
    Last edited by Red5; 16-Sep-2007 at 11:01. Reason: Removed link to book download - copyright infringement

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