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Free English With Confidence

Free English With Confidence

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Published by thahirshah
A worthy guide.
A worthy guide.

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Published by: thahirshah on Aug 14, 2009
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. . . in half 
by Lynn Lundquist
Learning Spoken English
...in half the time
 by Lynn Lundquist
Publisher information
Public Domain
. This book (
 Learning Spoken English
) may be freely published inEnglish or translated into any other language. It may be sold or distributed in any man-ner (including website publication) without permission from, or royalty payments to,the original author. It may carry any publisher's, translator's, or author's name and copy-right as long as other publishers outside of the original country of publication can pub-lish their own edition. The book's title may be changed at the publisher's discretion. The book's dual purpose is first, to help those wanting to learn English become more suc-cessful in that endeavor, and secondly, to be an effective advertising medium for 
 Spo-ken English Learned Quickly
as distributed by
. As such,our only requirement is that: 1) the English text of the numbered chapters be publishedas supplied (however, the book's title, cover, and the content of the front material in-cluding the introduction may be altered at the discretion of the publisher), 2) any trans-lation be a true translation of the English text, and 3) the names
 Spoken English Learned Quickly
be prominently displayed in the text.Any one of three texts available on the
website may beused: the HTML texts by copying the VIEW SOURCE files, the
PDF file
, or the
Mi-crosoft Word
files. The
graphics file
(included with the
Microsoft Word
files) may be used as is or may be redrawn provided that the intent of the individual graphic re-main unchanged.
For greater interest and sales, we recommend that
 Learning Spoken English
 be published using both the translated language and English.The translated language should be emphasized as the primary languagewith the translated book title in larger font on the cover and each pageoccupying the left-hand page. English should be the secondary lan-guage with the book title in smaller font and each English page occupy-ing the right-hand page. See the example on
.We also suggest that a CD of the entire course be included with the book. See

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