Learn British English - Word Power 101 - Innovative Language Learning, LLC

Learn British English - Word Power 101

By Innovative Language Learning, LLC

  • Release Date: 2015-07-25
  • Genre: Foreign Languages
Score: 3
From 54 Ratings


Want to learn and start speaking British English? Learn British English – Word Power 101 is the perfect e-book to get you reading, speaking and understanding British English. Great for Beginners as a first step to learning British English.

- Learn with 12 Chapters of British English Lessons
- Includes Bonus Access to the EnglishClass101 Learning Program
- Includes Bonus Access to our British English Learning App: Innovative Language 101

You learn the top 101 must-know, most-used British English words and phrases in 12 chapters. Each chapter covers basic categories like “Basic Expressions” “Questions” “Adjectives” and “Numbers.” You learn the word or phrase first. Then you learn how to use it in a sentence so you gain a better understanding. You also master pronunciation with native audio examples.

With Learn British English – Word Power 101, you get:

- 101 most-used British English Words and Phrases
- Over 160 Pages of Lessons
- Native British English Audio Examples for Every Entry
- Useful Example Sentences and Phrases
- Vibrant Images to Help with Memorization

Download Learn British English – Word Power 101 right now and start learning British English. You will learn and master 101 of the British English words and phrases that every beginner must know!


  • Awful...unless you don't know English

    By aab42010
    If you don't know English this book could be very helpful but if you do know English this book is totally unhelpful unless you wanna hear the guys British accent but he's super old so it's not very cute
  • ._.

    By xPeace97
    What a waste of time and space, don't get this...BritishEnglish is American English, if you want to learn English go to the American book or this book. Plus, I was hoping for a British accent. :3
  • Um......

    By Cdstarkatelyn
    Isn't British English the same as just American-English?....