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A Year in the Life of an ESL Student is an essential addition to the advanced level ESL classroom. By studying the varied and interesting dialogues and completing the challenging exercises, students will dramatically improve their comprehension and usage of everyday idioms and advanced vocabulary.The book follows Andre, a student from Switzerland, as he spends a year completing his English studies at a private language school in North America: from his arrival at the airport, to getting around the city, to attending school, to hanging out with his classmates. All of the situations and corresponding language are real and directly relevant to adult ESL students.So join Andre on his one-year adventure. Its about to begin just outside the airport terminal.About the AuthorEdward Francis is an ESL professional with over fifteen years of teaching experience. He is recognized as an innovator in the development of educational materials and the creator of a stimulating learning environment for ESL students from Asia, Europe, South America, and Mexico.
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Edward Francis Leopold Brech (February 26, 1909 – September 22, 2006) was a British management consultant, and author of management theory and practice books, known for his work on the history of management.
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