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Q: Can you recommend any books for practising oral English?

I want to be tutor for some Chinese kids and they want me to teach them oral English but i don't know how to choose the materials. I wish you can do me a favor and recommend some nice books to me. Thanks in advance.smiley

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Look at the British Council Kids online:

 

http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org

 

For 'advanced English level' try:

 

http://www.focusenglish.com/dialogues/conversation.html

 

Search for more at Google for 'English conversation topics'.

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Thanks a lot!

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