Idioms In Use: 550 ENGLISH IDIOMS (Idioms In Use Book 1) (English Edition) di J. Melvin

Idioms In Use: 550 ENGLISH IDIOMS (Idioms In Use  Book  1) (English Edition)

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Autore: J. Melvin


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Test Your Knowledge On 550 English Idioms in use 
 
ABOUT THE BOOK
English Idioms has been compiled especially for students who have reached an intermediate or upper intermediate level of English. Take that extra step to mastering the language.
So why are idioms so important when learning English?
Here is a list of the reasons why!
Every time people converse they use idioms.
Radio broadcasters use them when they speak on the radio.
Newsreaders use them when they read the news.
Journalists use them when they write articles for newspapers.
You find them in journals and magazines.
You hear them in songs.
In short, they play a huge role in the English language.There is no getting away from them.
One of the greatest barriers to fluency in English is the ability to understand and use idiomatic language.
Idioms In Context offers all the information learners need to know about how to use idiomatic expressions in everyday situations.
It is a comprehensive reference for understanding and applying idiomatic language when speaking and understanding English; a clearly set out essential guide for ESL students who would like to go one step forward and speak like the natives.
What's more, the examples which have been set out in context also portray the use of the main grammar points. Refresh your English grammar whilst learning idioms.
Enrich your knowledge of English now by discovering FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY of the most commonly used idioms.
Good clear examples and explanations have been set out to clarify meaning.
There are also sections on similes and fixed expressions.
What's more, there is a glossary which gives you the meanings of the most commonly used phrasal verbs - which are repeatedly illustrated throughout the book. It is a good idea to try to understand those phrasal verbs by the context you find them in, but if you are in any doubt whatsoever, then just click on the phrasal verbs and you will be taken to the glossary at the back of the book for clarification.
Example: *come on (click and go)
The final part of the books deals with the most frequently used English proverbs. Proverbs are wise sayings with an underlying meaning.
Don't delay! Purchase your copy today.

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