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Fifteen Thousand Useful Phrases

Fifteen Thousand Useful Phrases by Grenville Kleiser
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Fifteen Thousand Useful Phrases is a practical handbook written by Grenville Kleiser. Grenville is known for his writings on humor, positive thinking and inspirational thought. This serves as a handbook of pertinent expressions, striking similes and terms for embellishing speech and literature.

This book can be used to improve vocabulary for reading, writing and speaking alike. Through mastery of words, the most powerful and perfect expression of thought can be delivered orally. Choosing the correct words conveys ideas in a crisp and clear way that will hold and audience's attention. Language can also act as an instrument to reach the human heart and awaken the soul.

The author spent years of his life to provide the correct expressions in speech and in writing to help people convey their message excellently and extraordinarily. He has provided a means to increase the vocabulary of a person by practical methodology. This book forms the basis for speaking in a pleasing manner. Practice makes perfect and so here studying this book would surely make anyone an eloquent speaker. Do read this book if you want to master public speaking and develop the mental traits of clarity, exactness and precision.

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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 4 reviews)

Reviewer: - July 28, 2021
Subject: Good for the subconscious.
Her pronunciation is flawless. Some of the phrases will embed into the subconscious. Nice vocabulary builder.
Reviewer: - August 19, 2014
Subject: A good non-distractive tutor in the background while working
I played this audio book while working and I noticeably felt less tired at the end of the day. I hardly communicate as a software developer and just playing it in the background helped fill that void without being too distractive. So even if it's a bit outdated I'm still giving it a fiver. Many thanks to those who spent time on it.
Reviewer: - March 23, 2014
Subject: valuable book
I gained lot...thank all of you.
Reviewer: - December 5, 2012
Subject: Not worth the listen
I'm sure the book is a good read but the reader sounds like a robot. It really sounds like a 14 year old being told to read in front off the class. No conveyance of message. Don't waste your bandwidth.

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