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    Question about criteria of verbal communication situations

    Can you help me to find out a list of everyday verbal communication situations classified to different criteria, eg
    place, sort of information given/received, target, etc.?

    Both the list of criteria and the division according to these criteria will be welcome.

    Yourek

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    Re: Question about criteria of verbal communication situations

    Quote Originally Posted by yourek View Post
    Can you help me to find out a list of everyday verbal communication situations classified to different criteria, eg
    place, sort of information given/received, target, etc.?

    Both the list of criteria and the division according to these criteria will be welcome.

    Yourek
    And could you please say why you need it?

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    Re: Question about criteria of verbal communication situations

    I am not a teacher.

    You are talking about a "phrasebook" or "phrase book". There are about a million of them.

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    Re: Question about criteria of verbal communication situations

    1- books under the general title of "English for travellers" might be of help to you.
    2- A book named "Oxford wordfinder" might help you to find suitable words for different themes.
    3- A book named "functions of american English" could help you with different social sitiuations and themes.

    But what you asked for is a list. What kind of list? would you please explain more? every day we can talk about thousands of things!

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    Re: Question about criteria of verbal communication situations

    DA Wilkins book Notional Syllabuses might help.

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    Re: Question about criteria of verbal communication situations

    Thank you all for your regard.

    I do not need Syllabus or any such book.

    My question is only about the division of everyday life situations, showed from different angles, eg.
    1. Communication situations at school, at work, on holidays.....
    2. Communication situations of ordering, promising, requiring .....
    et c.

    I need it to make myself an index of available listenings matched to the particular situations from teaching materials (rather dialogues than single phrases), especially listening ones.

    Yourek

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