Fall in Love with English
Falling in love is easy, if you meet the right person… But what if Mr or Ms Right doesn’t speak your language? From asking someone out and going on a date to falling in love, romance and more, this book gives you all the English you need to speak the Language of Love.
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Below is a list of the contents. Each section is full of useful phrases in English.
Meeting Mr or Ms Right
Asking someone out
Going on a date
Getting to know each other
Dinner for two
Love at first sight
Falling in love
Fate (it’s written in the stars)
Heart and soul
Body language (hugs and cuddles)
Communication (speaking your language)
Heart to heart (saying what you feel)
Thinking things over
Saying it with flowers
Messages of love
Romantic evenings at home
Love and affection
Breakfast in bed
Lovers’ tiffs (working it out)
The power of love
Getting engaged (proposals)
Bachelor party or Stag night
Hen night or Bachelorette party
Bridal shower and Honey-do
Getting married (saying I do)
Having a baby
Happy ever after
Asking Someone Out
Written by PhD authors, phrases are divided into around 30 main sections that follow the structure of university and research writing, such as Introducing a Study, Defining the Scope of a Study, Arguing For and Against, Reviewing Other Work, Summarizing and Conclusions. Many sections are further divided, for example the Relationship to previous work, Contrasting work and the Limitations of current knowledge. Read more...
The PhraseBook also includes a glossary with common university and research terminology. A great deal of English academic vocabulary derives from Latin and Greek. Given the large number of foreign elements in English university and research vocabulary, it can be difficult to guess the meaning of an unfamiliar word. Knowledge of some Greek and Latin helps to decipher the meaning of many terms, not least for speakers from parts of the world with other classical languages. Read more...
Going on a Date
The PhraseBook includes Writing Help sections on Grammar, Style and Punctuation. These sections help you avoid many common errors in English before submitting your text. Read more...
Falling in Love
The PhraseBook thesaurus is specifically compiled for university and research writing, and contains both synonyms (words with a similar meaning) and antonyms (words with the opposite meaning). The thesaurus helps you build a richer vocabulary in English and avoid using the same expressions over and again. Read more...
Happy Ever After
The PhraseBook is suitable for writing for all English-speaking countries, including the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and South Africa. British and American alternatives are given throughout the PhraseBook, and a detailed list of British-US spelling differences is given in the Writing Help section. Read more...
Un bon cocktail
Utilisant une base facile à comprendre avec un langage élaborer, proposant un large éventail de situations dans la vie commune, saupoudré de citations et de belles illustrations, ce livre offre un fantastique cocktail pour tomber amoureux en/avec l'anglais.
I never thought it could be like this ...
Whoever would have guessed that English is The Language of Love? Stephen Howe makes the case superbly in this delightful book. Whether you're a romantic veteran of a thousand campaigns or a relative newcomer to the art of relationships, your horizons will be broadened (and your chances improved!) by this book. It's just an incredibly fun read, and also makes excellent sense as a language learning resource. Satisfaction guaranteed!