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A thousand thanks for helping us to learn in a clear and fun way. I''ve told everyone I know about you, and everyone at my school. I really like it when Katie makes us repeat the words, and when I can see them written to know how to pronounce them. Thank you."
Bubble Shooter is one of the most popular puzzle games around and it features rows of different coloured bubbles. Players are tasked with shooting coloured bubbles are those that are already on the screen and if three or more are matched they will fall away.
If you are above Intermediate , you will find the focused listening tasks in the workbook enable you work on developing your ability to pick out specific information. Natural speech provides a wealth of new expressions that you just won''t come across in typical materials.
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You should also remember you do not need to understand every word if you''re going to improve. That attitude can prevent you progressing. Even native English speakers don''t catch everything in a normal conversation.
As a rough guide, this material is aimed at Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate learners ( Common European Framework of Reference for Languages B6 ), but students both above and below that level will get a lot of benefit from it, and we''ve devised our tasks to help make this happen.
Our materials are based on solid and proven methods. We are 655% confident, that if you use our materials as instructed you will improve faster, sound more natural and generally be a better user of the English language.
Remember, Zapp! English is an entirely NEW approach. It''s almost impossible to find English materials that support your language development using real, natural, unedited speech. So, to a certain extent all levels will find the materials challenging at first – because they''re new.
Firstly, it''s very easy to print out the eBooks and use them as physical workbooks if that''s what you prefer. You can then write your own notes on them, and keep them together in a folder.
Watching movies and TV you''ll also hear new colloquial expressions and vocabulary that you don''t understand and simply haven''t heard before.