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101 Conversations in Intermediate English

CEFR B1-B2

Olly Richards

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Olly Richards Publishing Ltd
10 December 2020
Improve your spoken English from home with 101 real-world conversations in intermediate English.

Looking to improve your spoken English from home? Tired of sounding like a textbook when you speak? Then 101 Conversations in Intermediate English is the book for you! With this book, you'll learn to move beyond beginner level and speak English like a real English speaker.

101 Conversations in Intermediate English is a book that aims to help intermediate English learners improve their spoken English by exposing them to real-world conversations. The book features 101 authentic conversations between six English characters, totaling over 15,000 words of real English.

And that's not all! The book is a gripping thriller as well! The story follows Detective Laura Smith as she investigates a painting with clues representing five different crimes that will be committed in London by the end of the day.

Here's what you can expect:

101 Conversations in Intermediate English transports you into a real-world story that unfolds between six English characters, told by the people themselves. Over 15,000 words of real English, you'll immerse yourself in a gripping English drama and get an education in natural English in the process.

Here's what you'll get:

1. 101 conversations in intermediate English, so you can learn the real English spoken in the street, understand spoken English with ease, and have English roll off your tongue more fluently;

2. Over 15,000 words of dialogue - an unparalleled resource that will immerse you in English, at a level you can understand. You'll learn real spoken English without getting lost or overwhelmed;

3. Real, daily spoken English throughout - it's as if we held up a microphone and recorded the exact words coming out of people's mouths - so you can learn the expressions that real people use on the street (not in textbooks). You'll sound more authentic when you speak and make English-speaking friends more easily;

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Situational dialogues from typical daily circumstances, so you can prepare yourself to survive realistic English encounters, in shops, cafes, and on the street, making meeting people second nature;

5. Conversations that are carefully written to be accessible for intermediate learners (B1-B2 on the CEFR), so you can learn from real, spoken conversations, without having to go through the rollercoaster of difficult conversations with strangers Each conversation is limited to around 15 lines of dialogue (150 words), so you can get that crucial sense of achievement and motivation when you finish each conversation, and say I actually understood all of that!

6. Summaries of each conversation which contextualise each dialogue, so you can easily follow the plot and enjoy the story without getting lost;

The story is set in England and includes expressions that are typical in British English. However, since the conversations use mostly neutral English, you'll have plenty to learn, whether you're learning the English of America, England, or Australia.

Created by Olly Richards, internationally-renowned language teacher and author, 101 Conversations in Intermediate English gives you an experience in real English that you won't find anywhere else. You'll be better prepared for using English in the real world, speak with more confidence, and take a giant leap towards fluency in English!
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Imprint:   Olly Richards Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 128mm,  Spine: 14mm
Weight:   236g
ISBN:   9781914190124
ISBN 10:   1914190122
Series:   101 Conversations
Pages:   238
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction; How to Use this Book; The Five-Step Reading Process; Character Profiles; Introduction to the Story; 1. The call 2. The urgency 3. Something unexpected 4. The second call 5. The appearance 6. The missing file 7. The painting 8. The bomb 9. The bomb detector 10. Safe 11. James, the assistant 12. The frame 13. This picture is not here by mistake 14. The explanation 15. The mysterious call 16. The unknown number 17. The picture leaves the museum 18. The police station 19. Protected numbers 20. Father and son 21. The warehouse 22. Average 23. Fresh paint 24. Adam calls 25. What Adam knows 26. Five scenes 27. Analysing the painting 28. Trafalgar Square 29. Where will the three men in ski masks come in? 30. Convincing Turner 31. Trafalgar Square 32. The attempted robbery 33. Two arrests 34. Mr Knight 35. The return to the station 36. The interrogation room 37. The interrogation 38. Help 39. Turner knocks on the door 40. The fifth crime 41. The strategy 42. King's Cross 43. Luggage search 44. The strange substance 45. The robbery at the jewellery shop 46. The drug deal 47. The kidnapping 48. The scream 49. Peter's return 50. At the station 51. The unexpected visit 52. Turner realises 53. The red handkerchiefs 54. The suspicious person 55. The goodnight 56. Adam calls again 57. Talking with Adam 58. Steps to be taken 59. Following Turner 60. The building under construction 61. The escape 62. The getaway 63. Escaping 64. In the car 65. The secret in the painting 66. The memory card 67. The files 68. Who are the kidnappers? 69. Donnie 70. The safe 71. The kidnapper's hideout 72. The rescue 73. The return home 74. Where is the card? 75. Turner calls 76. An unexpected turn 77. The reasons 78. The weapon 79. Destroyed evidence 80. The kidnapping 81. Trapped in the office 82. Wilson leaves 83. Escaping 84. On the way to the park 85. Someone has taken Jake! 86. Peter's call 87. The reunion with Jake 88. Peter explains everything 89. The corruption network 90. The promise 91. The central office 92. Arrested 93. The memory card 94. Body to the ground 95. X-Ray's attack 96. Turner is arrested 97. An urgent call from Natalie 98. The offer 99. At the Tate 100. Adam's visit 101. James receives an invitation

Reviews for 101 Conversations in Intermediate English (CEFR B1-B2)

Olly's language-learning insights are right in line with the best of what we know from neuroscience and cognitive psychology about how to learn effectively. I love his work! - Dr. Barbara Oakley, Bestselling Author of A Mind for Numbers


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