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    Looking for book Information

    Hi Everyone,

    One of my friends told me that to improve English I should read English books.

    Could anyone tell me about the books which will improve my English also let me know good writers names.

    Also tell me which books contains lots of dialogues and I get the idea how people construct the sentences.
    Looking for favorable reply.

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    Ravi


    Please correct my mistakes in draft. So I can get idea how to write and communicate with people. I really want to improve my English.

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    Re: Looking for book Information

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravi_B View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    One of my friends told me that to improve my English I should read English books. Not "English books", books written in English.

    Could anyone tell me about the books which will improve my English. Also let me know some good writer's names.

    Also, tell me which books contains lots of dialogues and so I can get the an idea of how people construct the sentences.
    Looking for favorable reply. A reply.

    Regards,
    Ravi


    Please correct my mistakes in draft. So I can get an idea of how to write and communicate with people. I really want to improve my English.
    A good book to start with is "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest Hemingway.

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    Re: Looking for book Information

    If you find books difficult to read, start by reading shorter pieces- there are loads of online magazines and newspapers where you can read articles, which is often easier than trying to read complete books.

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