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Learn American English: Common phrases at work and at home


Learn American English: Common phrases at work and at home
  • Publisher: Panafold
  • Genre: Education
  • Released: 3 Apr, 2013
  • Size: 66.1 MB
  • Price: $3.99
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Description

What do Americans talk about? This app presents over 120 of the most commonly used current phrases found in conversation and media. From ‘point guard’ to ‘coffee table,’ ‘emergency room’ to ‘tax brackets,’ interact with phrases that Americans use at work and at home.

In playful, interactive sessions on your iPad, form phrases that trigger articles and posts to appear automatically on your screen. Your new phrases appear in current articles about government, sports, food, cars, investing and more.

This app includes:

** Phrases that Americans use at work and at home

** Photos and articles that give you the right context and usage.

** Up-to-the-minute access to publications including newspapers, fiction, popular magazines, and academic texts that illustrate American English phrases.

Learn American English is part of a suite of Panafold products. Your family may also like to try Varsity Vocabulary (Ninth grade vocabulary), Power of Words SAT (SAT and Critical Reading vocabulary), or Power of Words (fundamentals for advanced English vocabulary). Teachers, please visit panafold.com/educators to learn how to order a custom app or iBook with your own humanities or STEM curriculum.

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