Do you want to speak English and understand it well enough to face interviews and interact successfully in real life situations? Welcome to 'Thirty One Steps to Fluent Spoken English'- a course designed to help you achieve those goals. As an ESL/EFL expert, I taught English in India, Nigeria and the United States of America. This rich and varied experience gave me insights into the problems of those learners for whom English is a Second or Foreign language; this book is the product of that experience. I hope you will benefit by reading the book, and listening to the audio CD, in order to become fluent and sound natural. Language learning requires time, patience and practice.
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About the Author
Prof. Zafar Khan has Masters in English & History, and a Post graduate Diploma in the Teaching of English as a Foreign Language from Nagpur University, India. He taught ESL and Linguistics in Indian and Nigerian universities. He is the Ex-Principal of Austin Peace Academy, TX USA. In 1982, he participated in a BBC Seminar on 'Contemporary Grammar of Englis&hgrave;, chaired by Prof. Randolph Quirk, Vice-chancellor of London University. He also completed a Certificate course in Phonetics in U.K., taught by J.D. ÒConnor, a renowned phonetician. He is former Editor-in-chief of the West African Journal of Language & Literature. He is also the author of A New Companion to the Study of English Language and Literature. His research papers on literature and applied linguistics, and poems have appeared in several international journals. He has trained thousands of TOEFL candidates in conversational English, and ESL / TEFL teachers, under the aegis of the British Council and the University Grants Commission of India. He has delivered key-note addresses at several seminars and international conferences. He is also on the Advisory Boards of several international journals of language and literature.