Join me for a discussion with about books and reading with four special guests. You’ll hear about different types of books, from fantasy to poetry, philosophy, history, and illustrated books for children. Reading in English expands your vocabulary and gives you a deeper understanding of the language and culture. If you haven’t yet read a book in English, this video should encourage you to start!
It was my pleasure that I could see my two favourite English teachers, Gill and Alex, at the same time in this video. I like Gill’s recent interview series because it’s a natural conversation and I can also learn the native speakers’ way of speaking when they speak online. It’s not easy and rather challenging to understand the conversation so I feel free to turn the subtitles on when I watch advanced-level videos.
thank you for this time, I am improving my english and your speech wah so helpful for me.
It’s perfect as as usual..
I want to improve my reading so I want to join you.
It was my first day here at Engvid.com and i was delightful with this wonderful conversation about books!
It’s an amazing and practical lesson of interview.
Thank you, Gill.
But how can I get the book of Marcus Aurelius that Alex has identified?
Ok, I wish you all a nice weekend
This is plaesuru to lesson this discussion this is excellent for english learner in all over the world/
I took many notes in this lecture. Thanks to you dear guys, especially I like Alexandros much more than anyone.
Prof Gill , I have a query that is troubling me if I may get your help please. What is the difference between simple past and present perfect?
Very intersting discussion and enouraging ideas.
I bouthg many books and will start reading soon.