Communicative English
Author(s): Pereira Joyce
Subject(s): Commerce
ISBN 9789394524606
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  Pages 326

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This book Communicative English is designed to address the requirements of undergraduate students of all universities in Tamil Nadu. It adopts a text-cum-workbook style.

Cover
Title Page
Copyright Page
Table of Contents
Preface
PART –I speaking skills
1. Introduction Self and Others
2. Tonal Variation
3. Giving and Following Introductions
4. Continuing Discussions with Connecting Ideas
5. Giving and Responding to Opinions
6. Group Discussions
7. Pronunciation
8. Syllables and Syllable Stress
9. American and British Pronunciation
10. Asking and Giving Information
11. Giving and Following Instructions
PART – II WRITIng SKILLS
1. Diary Writing
2. Paragraph Writing
3. Writing Short Descriptive Essays
4. Writing Short Narrative Essays
5. Writing Short Compare and Contrast Essays
PART – III grammar
1. Nouns – Kinds of Nouns
2. Nouns – Countable and Noncountable
3. Nouns – Number
4. Nouns – Case
5. Pronouns – Personal
6. Pronouns – Possessives
7. Pronouns – Reflexive and Emphatic
8. Pronouns – Interrogative
9. Pronouns – Demonstrative
10. Pronouns – Indefinite
11. Pronouns – Relative
12. Adjectives – Modifiers
13. Adjectives – Quality and Quantity
14. Adjectives – Demonstrative
15. Adjectives – Interrogative
16. Adjectives – Possessive
17. Degrees of Comparison
18. Intensifiers
19. Verbs – Action Words
20. Verbs – Regular and Irregular
21. Verbs in Proverbs
22. Verbs – Concord
23. Correction of Errors
24. Gerunds and Infinitives
25. Participles
26. Modals
27. Tenses – Present
28. Tenses – Past
29. Tenses – Future
30. Use of For and Since
31. Use of Already and Yet
32. Active and Passive Voice
PART – IV LISTENING skills
1. Listening for Specific Information
2. Listening with a Purpose
3. Effective Listening
4. Listening for Information
PART – V READING skills
1. Strategies of Reading – Skimming and Scanning
2. How to Read a Newspaper Article
3. Diction and Tone
4. How to Read a Short Story
5. Extensive and Intensive Reading – How to Read a Poem
6. Reading to Identify Points of View and Perspectives
7. Reading Feature Articles
8. Reading Diagrammatic Information – Maps. Graphs,   Pie Charts
PART – VI STUDY SKILLS
1. Use of Dictionary, Encyclopaedia and Thesaurus
2. Use of Internet as a Resource
3. E-Learning Resources
4. Terms to Know
Examination Based Model Questions

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