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The goal of this self-study e-textbook is to help you quickly learn a special type of English, travel English. The e-book is written for EFL (English as a Foreign Language) students who are too busy to take a course in travel English but who still want to learn English they need for world travel. The book focuses on topics, not grammar. Grammar patterns that are useful for conversation are taught, but the focus is on topics that are important for travelers, such as going through immigration and customs, checking into a hotel, ordering at a restaurant, changing money, getting help, taking public transportation, renting cars, and shopping. Each chapter includes a short and a long conversation. Students can easily practice changing words in the long conversations by changing underlined words. The book is designed for self-study with lots of exercises on vocabulary (new words and phrases), reading comprehension, and grammar patterns; you can easily check your answers with an answer key at the bottom of each exercise. The book is written for beginners, but it can be used as a good review book for false beginners and intermediate students. The order of chapters follows the natural order of things tourists probably need to do when they travel—starting with immigration, customs, checking into a hotel, introducing yourself, and moving on to topics such as ordering at a restaurant and bar, changing money, getting around (by taxi, bus, subway, and train), and going shopping. The reading passages at the end of each chapter are written on topics that will help you avoid many problems foreign tourists have when traveling in America and other English-speaking countries. There are two chapters titled Can You Do It? (Chapters 5 and 10) that help students review important points from the e-book. Students can easily move around the book and find topics of interest by using the e-Book’s Table of Contents. Work at your own pace in order to get ready for your next trip to places all around the world where English is spoken.*Table of Contents*How Your Tablet Can Help You Learn EnglishHow to Use this BookChapter 1: Arriving at an International AirportImmigration (Passport Control)Customs (Customs Control)Good and Bad Answers at Immigration & CustomsChapter 2: Introducing Yourself & Checking into a HotelIntroducing Yourself at a Hotel BarIntroducing Two PeopleChecking into a HotelIntroducing Yourself in EnglishChapter 3: Going Out to EatAt a Fast-food RestaurantChoosing Dinner on an AirplaneOrdering Dinner at a RestaurantMagic Words for Ordering Food and DrinksChapter 4: Getting HelpTalking with Hotel StaffTrying to Find a Lost BagHow to Get Help and Information at Your HotelChapter 5: Can You Do It?(Review Chapter for Chapters 1-4)Arriving at an International Airport in the USAChapter 6: Getting Around by Taxi, Train, Bus or Rental CarRiding in a TaxiCalling a TaxiAt a Train StationAt a Subway StationOn a Subway Platform 1On a Subway Platform 2Talking with Subway StaffAt a Bus StationRenting a CarTrouble Buying TicketsChapter 7: Changing Money & Changing PlansChanging Money at a HotelCalling to Change Airline Reservations after Breaking an ArmTipping in the USAChapter 8: Making Plans for SightseeingWhat Should I Do in San Francisco?Telling TimeChapter 9: Going ShoppingAt a SupermarketAt a Shopping MallAt a Convenience StoreShopping in AmericaChapter 10: Can You Do It?(Review Chapter for Chapters 6-9)How to Improve Your English Speaking SkillsBonus Chapter: Welcome to Miami!Welcome to Miami! (Extra Reading)Appendix 1: Recommended Books for Self-StudyAppendix 2: SlangAppendix 3: Textese (Texting Language or SMS Language)Appendix 4: For Classroom Teachers

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    • Ano de Edição: 2015
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000959900022
    • ISBN:  9781310624575

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