Good English Guide for GCE Level
To prepare good curry, you need kitchen utensils and the basic ingredients like chilies, onion, ginger, garlic, cumin seed, coconut milk etc. Likewise, to prepare for the English paper of the General Certificate of Education or Senior High School Diploma, you will need to know a number of basic English words. These words are listed in this book and each word is explained in details to indicate it More
This book is intended for those students who are appearing for the GCE “O” Level English Language examination, or any other examination of equivalent standard like SPM or High School Diploma. If you work sincerely through the whole book and understand every word in it, you cannot fail your GCE “O” Level English paper. If you do, just return this book to me for a full refund of the cost of this book.
For you to understand a word properly, you need to see how it is used in concrete context. No dictionary is able to do this because that dictionary will be so heavy and huge that I don’t think you want to buy it.
This book is also useful to those high school students who are preparing to study in the English medium polytechnics or university colleges. It will provide them the opportunity to revise the words they have learned through out the secondary school days but have forgotten many of them.
For the students who are taking the GCE “A” Level English examinations, or other exams like TOEFL, SAT, IELTS, GRE or GMAT, this is one of the books you must have. Your lecturers will guide you on other reference books you will need in order to obtain high scores
An average student will need only about five months to master all the difficult words in this book. This will save you a lot of money in the end as you will not require a lot of classes again.
For the working adults, this is a book for you too, whether you are a CEO, director, manager, consultant, senior engineer, or whatever position you are in. This convenient book can be used in the bus, train, aeroplane etc. Why not just keep it in your briefcase for easy access? You can learn a lot by tackling it a little at a time.