Lexicarry

Lexicarry

Pictures for Learning English

Patarick R Moran, Patrick R Moran

$21.95

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A one-of-a-kind picture dictionary, Lexicarry offers a fun, active, conversational approach to learning over 4500 essential words and expressions in American English. It is a book of wordless pictures designed to help learners build vocabulary and conversation skills. Each beautiful, full-color illustration has a link that reveals the suggested words and phrases. This feature allows students to discuss the pictures with each other before clicking on the word list link. It also makes this eBook ideal for self-study, flashcard style.

There are seven sections to the book: 1. FUNCTIONS (such as interrupting or asking for directions); 2. SEQUENCES (such as morning/evening routines); 3. RELATED ACTIONS (such as pushing/pulling); 4. OPERATIONS (such as taking a photo with a smartphone or preparing a pot of tea); 5. TOPICS (vocabulary items related to one theme), 6) PLACES (such as rooms/buildings and the things we find and do there), and 7) PROVERBS AND SAYINGS (common expressions).

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Patarick R Moran:
Patrick Moran has worked with second language teachers worldwide in a variety of contexts, including Peace Corps training, refugee resettlement training, cultural exchange orientation, and graduate degree studies at the SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT, USA. He is the creator of Lexicarry: Pictures for Learning Languages and Faces: Characters in Search of Authors.|||Patrick Moran has worked with second language teachers worldwide in a variety of contexts, including Peace Corps training, refugee resettlement training, cultural exchange orientation, and graduate degree studies at the SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT, USA. He is the creator of Lexicarry: Pictures for Learning Languages and Faces: Characters in Search of Authors.

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