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    About English books in centers

    Hello Everybody

    I have a question:-

    What is the different between Intro change and top notch?

    Because some centers tech them. and what is the best book to study English Language?

    Thank you all
    Last edited by super computer; 26-Apr-2013 at 15:52.

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    Re: About English books in centers

    Quote Originally Posted by super computer View Post
    Hello Everybody

    I have a question:-

    What is the different between Intro change and top notch?

    Because some centers tech them. and what is the best book to study English Language?

    Thank you all
    I am not familiar with those books.

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    Re: About English books in centers

    Oh, they're books, are they? I'm glad you worked that out, bhaisahab. I had no idea. I thought the OP was asking for the difference between two completely unconnected phrases: "Intro change" and "top notch", and then asking an unconnected question about language learning.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: About English books in centers

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Oh, they're books, are they? I'm glad you worked that out, bhaisahab. I had no idea. I thought the OP was asking for the difference between two completely unconnected phrases: "Intro change" and "top notch", and then asking an unconnected question about language learning.
    I'm pretty sure "Intro change" is "Interchange".

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    Re: About English books in centers

    Quote Originally Posted by super computer View Post
    Hello everybody

    I have a question.

    What is the different difference between Intro Change and Top Notch?

    Because Some centers teach them. and Also, what is the best book to study English language?

    Thank you all.
    As you will see from the last two posts, we haven't heard of those books. Are you currently using them to study? Many of the teachers here use Michael Swan's Practical English Usage.

    Please look at the amendments I made to your post in red.
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    Re: About English books in centers

    I studied Interchange last year.And now my friend in other country study Top Notch.



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    Re: About English books in centers

    Quote Originally Posted by super computer View Post
    I studied Interchange last year and now my friend in another country is studying Top Notch.
    So what did you think of Interchange and what does your friend think of Top Notch? It would make more sense to find that out before asking us.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: About English books in centers

    There is no best book- different people respond differently to different books, though to be honest there's not that much difference between the major textbooks. How you study a book is more important that which one you use.

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    Re: About English books in centers

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    There is no best book- different people respond differently to different books, though to be honest there's not that much difference between the major textbooks. How you study a book is more important that which one you use.
    I mean the school or language center used these book to learn English but someone said these book didn't learn you language because the actor doesn't talk like a native speaker.

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