Easy Spoken English
Unique, original, long overdue method for everyone to learn quickly and easily how to speak conversational English, simply by talking about themselves in relation to everyday topics with a native English speaker. Grammar/grammatical analysis are not required in this natural speaking, quick progress course method.Lessons are 3-hour immersion sessions for maximum retention/progress.All dialogue is recorded on paper for regular review, providing accent elimination/speech perfection.The method presented can be applied to learning other languages besides English. The program presented was originally written and published by the author for extended adult education classes.His subsequent private tutoring of 100's of clients from Japan and Europe evolved the original program into what you see here.No matter what method or program you currently use, Paul's original book will be the best addition ever to your current curriculum. Your clients' progress and satisfaction will go to another level.
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