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Tara's novel

I've just finished Tara's novel. I should have finished reading it earlier, but I didn't want to rush it, or rather I didn't want to miss out on even one word of it. I've learnt a lot from the book. Did you read or have you finished reading it? Let's talk about it!

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Do you think reading novels can be so helpful in learning English?

Started by Expector Smith. Last reply by Expector Smith Jan 19. 11 Replies

Have you ever read an English novel? Or do you still try to find time to read novels? Do you think it's a good way to learn English? What novels do you usually read? Continue

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Let's talk about some of the characters in the book?

Started by Expector Smith. Last reply by Tara Benwell Jul 22, 2013. 4 Replies

How about Caroline or Chester? How come Caroline be maturer or older than she really looked? Would Caroline marry Chester?Continue

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Comment by Expector Smith on January 2, 2014 at 9:56

Thanks for joining us, kaizen.

Comment by kaizen on January 2, 2014 at 6:42

I want to be a part of your group so that i can extend my knowledge in eng language .My skype id is kaizen.way


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Comment by Expector Smith on December 5, 2013 at 21:13

Hi Mishaikh,

Yes, you can say that again. I've read a lot of English articles, too, and I'm trying to remember something I've read.

Thanks!

 

Comment by Mishaikh on December 5, 2013 at 4:35

Lets make 'reading' habit.  You know I never let even a scrape of paper of any kind go  without having read it, no matter what is written in it.

Comment by Mishaikh on December 5, 2013 at 4:33

Reading is "must" to learn English.  First it increases the power of word (words)/vocabulary, besides use of any specific word in a proper way in a particular situation, because (tone) of a word changes situation to situation. 

Lets make 'reading' habit.  You know I never let even a scrape of paper of any kind go with having read it, no matter what is written in it.


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Comment by Expector Smith on July 24, 2013 at 10:51

Thanks Nadira!


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Comment by Nadira on July 24, 2013 at 7:09

Well done Doctor for introducing  us members to read Tara's book ,  I am so happy to see the link to it .  Thumbs up ..:)


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Comment by Expector Smith on July 24, 2013 at 0:06

@Tara

It's true I find it difficult to pronounce people's names. Yes, more listening may do the trick. Thanks!

@WMW

I hope you can download the novel from the Internet and read it!

@Sami

I'm glad you like to read novels. I'll try to find more time to read more!

Comment by Sami on July 23, 2013 at 22:23

of coures reading novels is a crucial way to imrove our English. actualy, i enjoy reading novels. I read lots of novels such as The Da Vici Code and The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown.The Alchemist By Paulo Coelo. Snow by Orhan Pamuk . and others most of them now a famous movies such as THE General's Daughter.


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Comment by Tara Benwell on July 22, 2013 at 17:28

@Expector It's very interesting to hear that you were pronouncing the names wrong in your head. Audiobooks can be so useful for English learners. I hope this will inspire you to listen to books often! Many classics can be downloaded for free. 

 

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