Kindle books and your Kindle friendly PC or Mac
3 important ways to improve your English language learning at home.
Reading books–it’s the only way to see real, correct English in context.
Listening to CDs- or podcasts, MP3 etc allow you to listen to English conversations and articles wherever you are
Watching films– get films in English, watch them with or without English subtitles. Advisable to watch small sections of 20 minutes or so 3 or 4 times.
One of the best places to find all of these things is at home, in Amazon. Most things can be sent to you in a very few days or you can download them immediately.
The number of book titles available for downloading for Kindle is immense (more than 800,000) and has a number of tremendous advantages over printed books:
cheaper – a current best-seller could be about 23% cheaper. Other books are much cheaper
faster delivery – a downloaded book arrives in your Kindle device within seconds of payment confirmation
easier to store – you don’t need to have your rooms and shelves cluttered with books
environmental friendly – save trees and help our world’s forests by not buying books on paper
layout of book and print size adjustable – you can make adjustments to the presentation on-screen to help you view more comfortably
easily transportable – instead of carrying large, cumbersome heavy books all you need is your kindle device.
I don’t have, or I don’t want a Kindle
No problem, now it’s very easy to download a FREE application for your PC or Mac so that you can download and read Kindle books, you can see how to do it here>> Kindle Applications … but if you’re interested in one this is the place to look: