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Exploring Spoken English
作者 Ronald Carter, Michael McCarthy
出版社 Cambridge University Press
ISBN 9780521567770
分類 Language > English > Speaking
價格 HK$155.00
 
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Exploring Spoken English is a practical guide to the features of natural spoken English, designed for teachers and advanced learners of English for use in groups and for self-study. The material consists of 20 varied extracts of authentic spoken English drawn from the Cambridge University Press and University of Nottingham corpus of spoken English. All the extracts are on an accompanying cassette. Each unit contains an activity for the reader and a line-by-line commentary offering new insights into grammar, vocabulary and discourse patterns in the text. The accompanying cassette contains all the extracts, some re-recorded for the purposes of clarity.

Introduction 7 (12)
Glossary of important terms 12 (8)
Notes on transcription 20 (3)
Section A Narrative
This section consists of anecdotes told
with active listener participation.
Dangerous childhood pranks 23 (8)
Flying over Budapest 31 (6)
Ken's mother 37 (5)
Section B Identifying
This section consists of extracts in which
people talk about themselves, and their
present and past lives.
Two old friends meet up again 42 (5)
An elderly lady reminisces 47 (8)
Section C Language-in-action
This section has extracts recorded while
people were doing things, (e.g. cooking,
moving things, packing, etc.).
Doing a job 55 (9)
Cooking rice 64 (7)
Section D Comment-elaboration
Extracts of people giving casual opinions
and commenting on things, other people,
events, etc. around them and in their daily
lives.
Family and relatives 71 (7)
Two teachers chatting 78 (6)
Students chatting round the tea-table 84 (7)
Section E Service encounters
Extracts in a variety of goods-and-services
settings.
At the post office 91 (6)
Ordering food in a restaurant 97 (7)
At the hairdresser's 104(6)
Section F Debate and argument
Extracts in which people take up positions,
pursue arguments, expound on their opinions
on a range of matters.
Local radio phone-in 110(5)
Student discussion 115(6)
Section G Language, learning and interaction
Language in an institutional sense and in
the context of learning.
School discussion 121(7)
Kid's stuff 128(6)
University tutorial 134(6)
Section H Decision-making/negotiating outcomes
Extracts in which people work towards
decisions/consensus or negotiate their way
through problems towards solutions.
Planning a family holiday 140(7)
Publisher's planning meeting 147(8)
References 155


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