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    The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 1 TEACHER’S GUIDE will lead you through all sorts of creative and fun ways to use the Textbook and Workbook with one or more students! You’ll find dozens of suggested mini-lessons all focusing on reading, writing, listening, and speaking using everyday idioms and slang! (Full description below)  
  • The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 1 Workbook is the perfect companion to the Textbook. The Workbook offers additional games, activities, pair work and individual study, and so much more! In addition, the Workbook has a special section at the end of each chapter that tests you on the words and idioms you learned earlier in “THE SLANGMAN FILES” from the Textbook! The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 1 Student Package of Textbook & Workbook is Slangman’s new and updated version of his previous edition. And the package offers you the best savings! The Textbook is the first FULL-COLOR classroom & self-teaching book on American idioms & slang with links that update regularly and can never go out of date! And the Workbook offers dozens of full games and quizzes to make sure you’re understanding and speaking like an American in a flash (quickly)! If you want to learn how Americans really speak in everyday conversations, on TV, podcasts, radio, and in daily life, this is the series for you! (Full description below)
  • The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 2 Package offer you a great deal on the Textbook and Mp3. Now you can see the slang and idioms used by native-born Americans and hear the way they reduce just about every word! STREET SPEAK 2 continues where STREET SPEAK 1 leaves off by presenting dialogues in context using more slang words and idioms spoken by virtually everyone! As you’ll see in the description below, the all new “SLANGMAN FILES” offers you a handy list of popular slang words and idioms in a specific category. Even if you don’t use these type of words yourself, it’s critical that you understand them because you will hear them within your first few moments of arriving in the U.S.! (Full description below)
  • The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 2 continues where STREET SPEAK 1 leaves off by presenting dialogues in context using more slang words and idioms spoken by virtually everyone! As you’ll see in the description below, the all new “SLANGMAN FILES” section offers you a handy list of popular slang words and idioms in a specific category. Even if you don’t use these type of words yourself, it’s critical that you understand them because you will hear them within your first few moments of arriving in the U.S.! (Full description below)  
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    The importance of learning business slang and idioms How important is slang in learning a foreign language? On one hand, slang is unavoidable, no matter what the language. Idioms are also a big part of every language. They’re used so frequently, we sometimes don’t even realize we’re using them! In fact, did you notice that we used an idiom at the beginning of the second sentence? That’s right! On one handis an idiom which means “one point of view is…” And idioms are often misunderstood just like slang words. Imagine someone telling you to crack the window. Although it sounds like you’re being asked to break the window, you’re only being asked to open it slightly! You can see that it’s just not enough to study the formal academic English in the classroom. In reality, language is far less structured in the outside world. Understanding slang and idioms saves a whole lot of time and confusion. Of course, knowing the difference between what’s casual and what’s offensive can be a murky area. And when it comes to the workplace, you need to not only be able to communicate formally and properly, but you need to know the hundreds of business idioms used in any job! That way if you’re told you have the floor during a meeting, you’ll know that it’s your turn to speak!
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    The importance of learning business slang and idioms How important is slang in learning a foreign language? On one hand, slang is unavoidable, no matter what the language. Idioms are also a big part of every language. They’re used so frequently, we sometimes don’t even realize we’re using them! In fact, did you notice that we used an idiom at the beginning of the second sentence? That’s right! On one handis an idiom which means “one point of view is…” And idioms are often misunderstood just like slang words. Imagine someone telling you to crack the window. Although it sounds like you’re being asked to break the window, you’re only being asked to open it slightly! You can see that it’s just not enough to study the formal academic English in the classroom. In reality, language is far less structured in the outside world. Understanding slang and idioms saves a whole lot of time and confusion. Of course, knowing the difference between what’s casual and what’s offensive can be a murky area. And when it comes to the workplace, you need to not only be able to communicate formally and properly, but you need to know the hundreds of business idioms used in any job! That way if you’re told you have the floor during a meeting, you’ll know that it’s your turn to speak!
  • The importance of learning business slang and idioms How important is slang in learning a foreign language? On one hand, slang is unavoidable, no matter what the language. Idioms are also a big part of every language. They’re used so frequently, we sometimes don’t even realize we’re using them! In fact, did you notice that we used an idiom at the beginning of the second sentence? That’s right! On one handis an idiom which means “one point of view is…” And idioms are often misunderstood just like slang words. Imagine someone telling you to crack the window. Although it sounds like you’re being asked to break the window, you’re only being asked to open it slightly! You can see that it’s just not enough to study the formal academic English in the classroom. In reality, language is far less structured in the outside world. Understanding slang and idioms saves a whole lot of time and confusion. Of course, knowing the difference between what’s casual and what’s offensive can be a murky area. And when it comes to the workplace, you need to not only be able to communicate formally and properly, but you need to know the hundreds of business idioms used in any job! That way if you’re told you have the floor during a meeting, you’ll know that it’s your turn to speak!
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    The importance of learning business slang and idioms How important is slang in learning a foreign language? On one hand, slang is unavoidable, no matter what the language. Idioms are also a big part of every language. They’re used so frequently, we sometimes don’t even realize we’re using them! In fact, did you notice that we used an idiom at the beginning of the second sentence? That’s right! On one handis an idiom which means “one point of view is…” And idioms are often misunderstood just like slang words. Imagine someone telling you to crack the window. Although it sounds like you’re being asked to break the window, you’re only being asked to open it slightly! You can see that it’s just not enough to study the formal academic English in the classroom. In reality, language is far less structured in the outside world. Understanding slang and idioms saves a whole lot of time and confusion. Of course, knowing the difference between what’s casual and what’s offensive can be a murky area. And when it comes to the workplace, you need to not only be able to communicate formally and properly, but you need to know the hundreds of business idioms used in any job! That way if you’re told you have the floor during a meeting, you’ll know that it’s your turn to speak!
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    The importance of learning business slang and idioms How important is slang in learning a foreign language? On one hand, slang is unavoidable, no matter what the language. Idioms are also a big part of every language. They’re used so frequently, we sometimes don’t even realize we’re using them! In fact, did you notice that we used an idiom at the beginning of the second sentence? That’s right! On one handis an idiom which means “one point of view is…” And idioms are often misunderstood just like slang words. Imagine someone telling you to crack the window. Although it sounds like you’re being asked to break the window, you’re only being asked to open it slightly! You can see that it’s just not enough to study the formal academic English in the classroom. In reality, language is far less structured in the outside world. Understanding slang and idioms saves a whole lot of time and confusion. Of course, knowing the difference between what’s casual and what’s offensive can be a murky area. And when it comes to the workplace, you need to not only be able to communicate formally and properly, but you need to know the hundreds of business idioms used in any job! That way if you’re told you have the floor during a meeting, you’ll know that it’s your turn to speak!
  • The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 1 Textbook is the first FULL-COLOR classroom & self-teaching book on American idioms & slang with links that update regularly and can never go out of date! If you want to learn how Americans really speak in everyday conversations, on TV, podcasts, radio, and in daily life, this is the series for you! (Full description below)
  • The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 1 Workbook is the perfect companion to the Textbook. The Workbook offers additional games, activities, pair work and individual study, and so much more! In addition, there is a special section at the end of each chapter that tests you on the words and idioms you learned earlier in “THE SLANGMAN FILES” from the Textbook! (Full description below)
  • The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 3 is the last book in the “Street” series. STREET SPEAK 3 introduces you to popular slang and idioms used in a variety of situations including dating – everything from the pick up (“beginning of a relationship”) to the break up (“end of a relationship”) and everything in between! Once you learn all the slang used in dating, you’ll definitely know if someone is either hitting on (“flirting with”) you or just not into (“not interested in”) you! (Full description below)
  • The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 3 Student Package gives you more bang for your buck (“more products for your dollar”) because it includes the Textbook and Mp3! Whether you’re learning in a classroom OR by yourself, The Slangman Guide to STREET SPEAK 3 Textbook will teacher you even more idioms and slang term that can be hard to understand...until now! (Full description below)