Shu Ping

"ESL Book Review"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (4 of 4)
Location: Saudi Arabia
In My Own Words:
When I went to China, did I head for Tianenmen Square, the Forbidden Temple, the Summer Palace, or the Great Wall? When the staff of the school where I was going to teach English helped me settle into my apartment, they said, "Where do you want us to take you?" I said, "Take me to the largest bookstore in Beijing." Where was the second place I went? That's right, the second largest bookstore i… Read more


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Dreamland's Learn About Computers: Pt. 2 by Anil Madaan
Extremely visual and extremely easy to understand. MUCH better than "For Dummies" or "Complete Idiot's Guide." Read these books and you will have a thorough, sound knowledge of computers - concept, terminology, and practice.
Learning English Made Simple by Sheila Henderson
Learning English Made Simple by Sheila Henderson
5.0 out of 5 stars Very how-to oriented, April 27 2005
Simple and easy, yet thorough and detailed. Everyday activities explained in context. Very how-to oriented. Conversation, vocabulary, grammar, reading, and culture in one book. Unfortunately, no audio.
English Pronunciation in Use by Mark Hancock
I don't know why so many bookstores carry Grammar in Use and Vocabulary in Use but not Pronunciation in Use, since it's just as good or better. And I would consider pronunciation more important than grammar or vocabulary.
There's a lot of fun included with the instruction. Try this: "Where are the pears?" "Bears?!!! Did you say bears?" "No, pears. You know, fruit!" "Oh, I see. Pears with a P! They're in the pack." "What? In the back of the truck?" "No, in the pack. You know, with a P" "Oh, I see. Pack with a P! Would you like one?" "No, I'll have a peach, please." "A beach?"… Read more