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V. Sasikumar, P. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2007. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Recognizing the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possiblities, universities and other academic bodies are launching new courses aimed to equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills. A Course in Listening and Speaking I aims to develop student`s ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Contents Introduction To The Teacher Part I Pronunciation and Neutralization of Accent Phonemic Symbols 1. Write as you Speak 2. Go to the Joo 3. Pro nun cia tion 4. A Dip in Deep Sea 5. Buzzing Bees and Hissing Snakes 6. Important or Impotent? 7. Many Mad Men 8. Pleasure Ships on the Sea 9. Dead Yesterdays, Unborn Tomorrows 10. Come Here! 11. A Fine Vine 12. A Political Controversy 13. Be Careful 14. A Cot Caught in a Cart 15. Thanks, Brother! 16. The House that Jack Built 17. Look for Good Food 18. Jane`s Chain 19. An Apple a Day 20. Bad Luck, Early Worm! 21. A Smiling King 22. I`ve been to London 23. Again and Again 24. Betty`s Bitter Butter 25. Adam, `adem 26. A Fine Day 27. Have Your Way! 28. Four and Twenty Blackbirds 29. Holy Cow 30. Right Road, Light Load 31. Rebels Rebel 32. Here, There, Everywhere Part II Communication Skills 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions or Directions Part III Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Handling Calls 3. Leaving a Message 4. Making Requests 5. Asking for and Giving Information 6. Giving Instructions Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Appendix III: A Sample Test Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 10835

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V. Sasikumar, P. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2009. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Keeping in mind the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possibilities, Oral Communication Skills has been designed to meet the language needs of students at the undergraduate level. It aims to develop students? ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Key features ? Prepares students for purposeful listening in a variety of situations ? Deals with word stress, rhythm, intonation and pace of delivery ? Develops accuracy, appropriacy and fluency in communication ? Prepares students for face-to-face and telephone communication, as well as group discussions in academic, social and business contexts ? Engages students in meaningful communication through interactive tasks ? Offers excellent models of use of English through a variety of listening exercises on the CD-ROM ? Provides tips to students to eliminate influence of their mother tongue Contents Introduction Note to the Teacher Part I Speaking Skills 1. Word Stress and Rhythm 2. Weak Forms and Strong Forms 3. Pauses and Sense-groups 4. Falling and Rising Tones 5. Fluency and Pace of Delivery 6. Dealing with Problem Sounds 7. Awareness of Different Accents 8. Influence of the Mother Tongue Part II Communication Skills- 1 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions and Directions Part Ill Communication Skills-2 1. Art of Small Talk 2. Participating in Conversations 3. Making a Short Formal Speech 4. Describing People, Places, Events and Things Part IV Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Types of Calls 3. Handling Calls 4. Leaving a Message 5. Making Requests 6. Asking for and Giving Information 7. Giving Instructions 8. Agreeing and Disagreeing 9. Making or Changing Appointments 10. Reminding 11. Making Complaints and Handling Complaints 12. Telephone Etiquette Part V Group Discussion 1. Group Discussion Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Printed Pages: 248. Seller Inventory # 10958

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V. Sasikumar, P. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2007. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Recognizing the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possiblities, universities and other academic bodies are launching new courses aimed to equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills. A Course in Listening and Speaking I aims to develop student`s ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Contents Introduction To The Teacher Part I Pronunciation and Neutralization of Accent Phonemic Symbols 1. Write as you Speak 2. Go to the Joo 3. Pro nun cia tion 4. A Dip in Deep Sea 5. Buzzing Bees and Hissing Snakes 6. Important or Impotent? 7. Many Mad Men 8. Pleasure Ships on the Sea 9. Dead Yesterdays, Unborn Tomorrows 10. Come Here! 11. A Fine Vine 12. A Political Controversy 13. Be Careful 14. A Cot Caught in a Cart 15. Thanks, Brother! 16. The House that Jack Built 17. Look for Good Food 18. Jane`s Chain 19. An Apple a Day 20. Bad Luck, Early Worm! 21. A Smiling King 22. I`ve been to London 23. Again and Again 24. Betty`s Bitter Butter 25. Adam, `adem 26. A Fine Day 27. Have Your Way! 28. Four and Twenty Blackbirds 29. Holy Cow 30. Right Road, Light Load 31. Rebels Rebel 32. Here, There, Everywhere Part II Communication Skills 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions or Directions Part III Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Handling Calls 3. Leaving a Message 4. Making Requests 5. Asking for and Giving Information 6. Giving Instructions Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Appendix III: A Sample Test Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 10835

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V. Sasikumar, P. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2007. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Recognizing the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possiblities, universities and other academic bodies are launching new courses aimed to equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills. A Course in Listening and Speaking I aims to develop student`s ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Contents Introduction To The Teacher Part I Pronunciation and Neutralization of Accent Phonemic Symbols 1. Write as you Speak 2. Go to the Joo 3. Pro nun cia tion 4. A Dip in Deep Sea 5. Buzzing Bees and Hissing Snakes 6. Important or Impotent? 7. Many Mad Men 8. Pleasure Ships on the Sea 9. Dead Yesterdays, Unborn Tomorrows 10. Come Here! 11. A Fine Vine 12. A Political Controversy 13. Be Careful 14. A Cot Caught in a Cart 15. Thanks, Brother! 16. The House that Jack Built 17. Look for Good Food 18. Jane`s Chain 19. An Apple a Day 20. Bad Luck, Early Worm! 21. A Smiling King 22. I`ve been to London 23. Again and Again 24. Betty`s Bitter Butter 25. Adam, `adem 26. A Fine Day 27. Have Your Way! 28. Four and Twenty Blackbirds 29. Holy Cow 30. Right Road, Light Load 31. Rebels Rebel 32. Here, There, Everywhere Part II Communication Skills 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions or Directions Part III Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Handling Calls 3. Leaving a Message 4. Making Requests 5. Asking for and Giving Information 6. Giving Instructions Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Appendix III: A Sample Test Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 10835

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V. Sasikumar, P. Kiranmai Dutt, and Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Foundation Books, New Delhi, India, 2007. Paperback with a CD-ROM. Condition: New. First Edition. Printed pages: 200. Size: 180 x 240 Mm. Seller Inventory # 020841

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V. Sasikumar, P. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2009. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Keeping in mind the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possibilities, Oral Communication Skills has been designed to meet the language needs of students at the undergraduate level. It aims to develop studentsâ ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Key features ⢠Prepares students for purposeful listening in a variety of situations ⢠Deals with word stress, rhythm, intonation and pace of delivery ⢠Develops accuracy, appropriacy and fluency in communication ⢠Prepares students for face-to-face and telephone communication, as well as group discussions in academic, social and business contexts ⢠Engages students in meaningful communication through interactive tasks ⢠Offers excellent models of use of English through a variety of listening exercises on the CD-ROM ⢠Provides tips to students to eliminate influence of their mother tongue Contents Introduction Note to the Teacher Part I Speaking Skills 1. Word Stress and Rhythm 2. Weak Forms and Strong Forms 3. Pauses and Sense-groups 4. Falling and Rising Tones 5. Fluency and Pace of Delivery 6. Dealing with Problem Sounds 7. Awareness of Different Accents 8. Influence of the Mother Tongue Part II Communication Skills- 1 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions and Directions Part Ill Communication Skills-2 1. Art of Small Talk 2. Participating in Conversations 3. Making a Short Formal Speech 4. Describing People, Places, Events and Things Part IV Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Types of Calls 3. Handling Calls 4. Leaving a Message 5. Making Requests 6. Asking for and Giving Information 7. Giving Instructions 8. Agreeing and Disagreeing 9. Making or Changing Appointments 10. Reminding 11. Making Complaints and Handling Complaints 12. Telephone Etiquette Part V Group Discussion 1. Group Discussion Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Printed Pages: 248. Seller Inventory # 10958

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P. Sasikumar, V. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Recognizing the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possibilities, universities and other academic bodies are launching new courses aimed to equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills. A Course in Listening and Speaking I aims to develop students` ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Contents Introduction To The Teacher Part 1 Pronunciation and Neutralization of Accent Phonemic Symbols 1. Write as you Speak! English not a `phonetic` language 2. Go to the Zoo: Problems in pronunciation 3 Pro nun cia tion: Syllables 4. A Dip in Deep Sea: /I/ and /i:/ 5. Buzzing Bees and Hissing Snakes: /s/ and /z/ 6. Important or impotent? : Word stress 7. Many mad men: /e/ and /ae/ 8. Pleasure Ships on the Sea 9. Dead Yesterdays, Unborn Tomorrows: Stress in words of two syllables 10. Come here!: Rising and falling intonation 11. A Fine Vine: /f/ and /v/ 12. A Political Controversy: Stress in words of many syllables 13. Be careful!: Functions of intonation 14. A Cot Caught in a Cart 15. Thanks, Brother 16. The House that Jack Built 17. Look for Good Food 18. Jane`s Chain 19. An Apple a Day: Weak Forms 20. Bad Luck, Early Worm 21. A Smiling King: /m/, /n/, /n/ 22. I`ve Been to London: Contracted Forms 23. Again and Again 24. Betty`s Bitter Butter!: /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /k/, and /g/ 25. Adam, `adem!: Unstressed Pronouns 26. A Fine Day!: /eI/ and /aI/ 27. Have Your Way!: /h/, /w/ and /j/ 28. Four and twenty blackbirds: Stress in compound words 29. Holy Cow 30. Right Road, Right Load: /l/ and /r/ 31. Rebels Rebel: Stress in words in different parts of Speech 32. Here, There, Everywhere Part II Communication Skills 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions or Directions Part III Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Handling Calls 3. Leaving a Message 4. Making Requests 5. Asking for and Giving Information 6. Giving Instructions Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Appendix III: Scheme of Examination Appendix IV: Model Question Paper Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 10832

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V. Sasikumar, P. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2009. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Keeping in mind the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possibilities, Oral Communication Skills has been designed to meet the language needs of students at the undergraduate level. It aims to develop studentsâ ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Key features ⢠Prepares students for purposeful listening in a variety of situations ⢠Deals with word stress, rhythm, intonation and pace of delivery ⢠Develops accuracy, appropriacy and fluency in communication ⢠Prepares students for face-to-face and telephone communication, as well as group discussions in academic, social and business contexts ⢠Engages students in meaningful communication through interactive tasks ⢠Offers excellent models of use of English through a variety of listening exercises on the CD-ROM ⢠Provides tips to students to eliminate influence of their mother tongue Contents Introduction Note to the Teacher Part I Speaking Skills 1. Word Stress and Rhythm 2. Weak Forms and Strong Forms 3. Pauses and Sense-groups 4. Falling and Rising Tones 5. Fluency and Pace of Delivery 6. Dealing with Problem Sounds 7. Awareness of Different Accents 8. Influence of the Mother Tongue Part II Communication Skills- 1 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions and Directions Part Ill Communication Skills-2 1. Art of Small Talk 2. Participating in Conversations 3. Making a Short Formal Speech 4. Describing People, Places, Events and Things Part IV Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Types of Calls 3. Handling Calls 4. Leaving a Message 5. Making Requests 6. Asking for and Giving Information 7. Giving Instructions 8. Agreeing and Disagreeing 9. Making or Changing Appointments 10. Reminding 11. Making Complaints and Handling Complaints 12. Telephone Etiquette Part V Group Discussion 1. Group Discussion Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Printed Pages: 248. Seller Inventory # 10958

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P. Sasikumar, V. Kiranmai Dutt & Geetha Rajeevan

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Recognizing the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possibilities, universities and other academic bodies are launching new courses aimed to equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills. A Course in Listening and Speaking I aims to develop students` ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Contents Introduction To The Teacher Part 1 Pronunciation and Neutralization of Accent Phonemic Symbols 1. Write as you Speak! English not a `phonetic` language 2. Go to the Zoo: Problems in pronunciation 3 Pro nun cia tion: Syllables 4. A Dip in Deep Sea: /I/ and /i:/ 5. Buzzing Bees and Hissing Snakes: /s/ and /z/ 6. Important or impotent? : Word stress 7. Many mad men: /e/ and /ae/ 8. Pleasure Ships on the Sea 9. Dead Yesterdays, Unborn Tomorrows: Stress in words of two syllables 10. Come here!: Rising and falling intonation 11. A Fine Vine: /f/ and /v/ 12. A Political Controversy: Stress in words of many syllables 13. Be careful!: Functions of intonation 14. A Cot Caught in a Cart 15. Thanks, Brother 16. The House that Jack Built 17. Look for Good Food 18. Jane`s Chain 19. An Apple a Day: Weak Forms 20. Bad Luck, Early Worm 21. A Smiling King: /m/, /n/, /n/ 22. I`ve Been to London: Contracted Forms 23. Again and Again 24. Betty`s Bitter Butter!: /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /k/, and /g/ 25. Adam, `adem!: Unstressed Pronouns 26. A Fine Day!: /eI/ and /aI/ 27. Have Your Way!: /h/, /w/ and /j/ 28. Four and twenty blackbirds: Stress in compound words 29. Holy Cow 30. Right Road, Right Load: /l/ and /r/ 31. Rebels Rebel: Stress in words in different parts of Speech 32. Here, There, Everywhere Part II Communication Skills 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions or Directions Part III Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Handling Calls 3. Leaving a Message 4. Making Requests 5. Asking for and Giving Information 6. Giving Instructions Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Appendix III: Scheme of Examination Appendix IV: Model Question Paper Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 10832

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press/Foundation Books, 2006. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Recognizing the new role of English as a language of opportunities and possibilities, universities and other academic bodies are launching new courses aimed to equip students with the requisite knowledge and skills. A Course in Listening and Speaking I aims to develop students` ability to use English accurately and appropriately in academic, professional and social contexts. This course mainly focuses on the development of listening and speaking skills. Contents Introduction To The Teacher Part 1 Pronunciation and Neutralization of Accent Phonemic Symbols 1. Write as you Speak! English not a `phonetic` language 2. Go to the Zoo: Problems in pronunciation 3 Pro nun cia tion: Syllables 4. A Dip in Deep Sea: /I/ and /i:/ 5. Buzzing Bees and Hissing Snakes: /s/ and /z/ 6. Important or impotent? : Word stress 7. Many mad men: /e/ and /ae/ 8. Pleasure Ships on the Sea 9. Dead Yesterdays, Unborn Tomorrows: Stress in words of two syllables 10. Come here!: Rising and falling intonation 11. A Fine Vine: /f/ and /v/ 12. A Political Controversy: Stress in words of many syllables 13. Be careful!: Functions of intonation 14. A Cot Caught in a Cart 15. Thanks, Brother 16. The House that Jack Built 17. Look for Good Food 18. Jane`s Chain 19. An Apple a Day: Weak Forms 20. Bad Luck, Early Worm 21. A Smiling King: /m/, /n/, /n/ 22. I`ve Been to London: Contracted Forms 23. Again and Again 24. Betty`s Bitter Butter!: /p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /k/, and /g/ 25. Adam, `adem!: Unstressed Pronouns 26. A Fine Day!: /eI/ and /aI/ 27. Have Your Way!: /h/, /w/ and /j/ 28. Four and twenty blackbirds: Stress in compound words 29. Holy Cow 30. Right Road, Right Load: /l/ and /r/ 31. Rebels Rebel: Stress in words in different parts of Speech 32. Here, There, Everywhere Part II Communication Skills 1. Understanding Communication 2. Greeting and Introducing 3. Making Requests 4. Asking for and Giving Permission 5. Offering Help 6. Giving Instructions or Directions Part III Telephone Skills 1. Understanding Telephone Communication 2. Handling Calls 3. Leaving a Message 4. Making Requests 5. Asking for and Giving Information 6. Giving Instructions Appendix I: Listening Texts Appendix II: Role Cards Appendix III: Scheme of Examination Appendix IV: Model Question Paper Printed Pages: 162. Seller Inventory # 10832

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