"Reading English News on the Internet" helps students make sense of "media English" as found online, in newspapers, and in magazines. This condensed ebook version covers nearly 200 connectors, phrasal verbs, idiomatic verb phrases, and everyday expressions. There are also tips on reading news, sports, and finance articles online, as well as mini-quizzes and a final exams.
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