English, Fifty Topics for Beginners, Elementary Level

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Based on the Speech Plasma Method, this book is designed to help students of English speak on a variety of topics at a very early stage. All the topics contain the same elementary English grammar structures, so that the students could use them again and again. The stories are based on 600 words and are told in a simple way.

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About Alexander Pavlenko

Russian-Hungarian roots. Born in Russia. Presently lives in Budapest, Hungary. Teaches Russian, English and Hungarian in his own language school. Uses his own method, the Speech Plasma Method, which enables his students to speak and think in the language from the very first lessons. Enjoys taking on tough challenges like dealing with elderly people, dyslexic children, students with minor mental disorders. Strongly believes that if the method works for such students, it works for anyone. Has released books, ebooks, audiobooks and apps based on the Speech Plasma Method in English, Russian and Hungarian.

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The Speech Plasma Method
The Speech Plasma Method is based on the idea that we can speak a foreign language fluently only when we are able to think in the language. Thinking in a language requires a specific, very active, state of mind which is similar to plasma in physics with spontaneous reaction to “electromagnetic” fields of our thoughts and emotions capable to convert them immediately into words and sentences.

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Review by: milan m on Sep. 15, 2014 :
I find the book very useful for beginners, not total beginners of course, for those who are trying to speak English. I am going to use the books of the series to teach my brothers and sisters. What I like about the book is repetition of the same elementary grammar in 50 topics with short and simple sentences. If they repeat “there is/there are”, “can”, “have got” 50 times, they will know how to use this grammar.
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