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LOOK WHO'S TALKING IN THE WORKPLACE!
















I came up with the idea of writing short conversations in the workplace
when I was teaching ENGLISH IN THE WORKPLACE (Benchmark 5 - 6)
some years ago.  My students pointed out that their main problem on the
job was not writing (resumes, covering letters, memos, notes, etc.) but
mainly speaking to the boss, to their colleagues, and responding to their
co-workers when they told them stories on current events, everyday life
such as sports, hobbies, accidents, traffic jams, movies, friends, family, etc.
The class courteously suggested that I create short conversations
that normally occur on the job.

This book is a result of my three-year stint in that class.  The students
bragged that after eleven weeks in that class, they had seen a dramatic
change in their oral communication skills at work coupled with better
self-esteem and comfort with the North American culture.  They also said
that they received generous compliments for their English  from their
colleagues and bosses.  For those reasons I decided to publish this book
LOOK WHO'S TALKING IN THE WORKPLACE!  
And IT WORKS!
Look Who's Talking
in the WORKPLACE!
This book is a response to
those of you who have
studied or still studying
E.S.L. or L.I.N.C., but have
difficulty in speaking
English on the job or in
the workplace.  "Look
Who's Speaking in the
Workplace" is written to
meet the needs of those
who say, I don't want to
learn grammar, reading, or
writing; I want to
learn to speak English!"

This book is comprised
of exactly 200 short
conversations, which
are designed for
intermediate and higher
intermediate levels who
want to speak better in the
workplace.

The books includes
workplace culture, laws,
new vocabulary, and
essential idiomatic
expressions.


Price $30.99
Lunch time at  A.E.C. -South
Mississauga after my workshop
presentation-
TAYLOR-MADE TASKS
TESL North York, I presented
"I CAN'T BELIEVE I LEARNED
GRAMMAR"
twice (Spring & Fall
2006 and again in Spring 2008)
Andrew Taylor's  ESL TRANSCEND PUBLICATIONS
I Can't Believe
I Learned Grammar!
London, Ontario, Feb. 10, 2007
ESL Transcend Author and Publisher Andrew Taylor with his assistant Ramon Arias during the
November 2010 Annual TESL Conference Publishers' Exhibits at Sheraton Hotel Toronto, Canada