Books For English Conversation

Reading is the best way to improve your English conversation skills. The reading level doesn’t matter; if you enjoy a book, then it’s good for improving your English conversation skills. I recommend starting with novels and books that are written in simple language. If there are words or phrases that you don’t understand, look up their definitions using an online dictionary or ask someone who understands English well.

Books For English Conversation

Good as Gold

Good as Gold by Patricia Polacco is a story about friendship and loss, set in the early 20th century. The main character of this book is David, who suffers from asthma. He moves to a new town where he meets a girl called Charlotte, who becomes his friend. They have many adventures together and help each other out when they need it most.

There are several themes in Good as Gold: one of them is how important it is to be good friends with someone you love; another theme could be about how everyone can overcome their challenges if they work together; finally, this book also teaches us that there are many different ways to enjoy our lives despite what we may think at first glance!

The author’s style was very descriptive which helped me understand what was happening throughout each scene – especially when David would get sick from playing outside too long without his inhaler nearby! I also liked how some sentences were written down vertically instead horizontally like normal paragraphs do because it made them easier for me understand visually rather than having two lines under each word instead (which would normally happen with most books).

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice is a classic novel by Jane Austen. It’s a love story about the Bennet family, who live in rural England in the 19th century. The story focuses on Elizabeth Bennet, who is forced to marry against her will when she falls in love with another man—Mr Darcy.

The Bennets are an upper-class family whose social life revolves around matchmaking between their five daughters and wealthy men from nearby towns. Despite being surrounded by wealthy neighbors and potential suitors, Elizabeth finds herself drawn to Mr Darcy instead of her father’s choice for her: Mr Bingley.

The Perfect Storm

The Perfect Storm is a book written by Sebastian Junger. It’s the story of a fishing boat that was caught in a storm, and the crew and captain have to try to survive it. The book is also about the storm itself, as well as each individual person on the boat.

Angela’s Ashes

As the title suggests, Angela’s Ashes is about a boy growing up in poverty. The book follows Frank McCourt’s life from the slums of Limerick to America and back again. Along the way, he faces many hardships that are common to those who live in poverty: hunger, lack of shelter, lack of education and opportunities for self-improvement. This book does not paint this life with rose-colored glasses; it shows you how difficult it was for Frank and his family as they fought their way out of poverty by any means necessary.

The book also gives a glimpse into Irish culture during this time period which may be interesting if you’re interested in learning more about Ireland or its history (or perhaps just want some insight into why everyone seems so mad at England).

The Last Lords of Palenque

The Last Lords of Palenque is a historical novel by David Liss. The story takes place in the 16th century and it is about the Spanish conquest of Americas, the Maya civilization, and their last days.

The main character is Don Diego de Landa who is a Spanish priest who lives in Yucatán during that time. He tries to convert all Indians into Christians, but he does not succeed because he does not know any Indian languages or customs.

He has been sent by his superiors from Spain to investigate rumors about human sacrifices performed by Mayas at Chichen Itza and Uxmal, two important cities in Yucatán (Mexico). He becomes convinced that those rumors are true after finding out that one of these cities has been damaged by earthquakes before Spaniards arrived there

The Bridges of Madison County

The Bridges of Madison County is a novel written by Robert James Waller and published in 1992. It tells the story of an Iowa housewife who has an affair with a traveling National Geographic photographer in 1965. The book was adapted into a movie directed by Clint Eastwood, which was released in 1995.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

A Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2005) by Stieg Larsson

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a book written by Swedish journalist and writer Stieg Larsson, who died at age 50 in 2004. The novel was published posthumously after being finished by his partner and editor Eva Gabrielsson. It is an international bestseller and has been translated into more than 50 languages.[1] The English translation was released on May 1, 2008 and sold over 100 million copies.[2]

The novel follows Mikael Blomkvist, a disgraced financial journalist who’s hired to investigate the disappearance of Harriet Vanger in 1960s Sweden. There are rumors that Harriet had been murdered by her husband Henrik Vanger or one of his relatives—and that Henrik has committed suicide because he could no longer live with what he’d done.[3][4][5]

A Chorus Line, Original Cast Recording – Marvin Hamlisch and Edward Kleban

The musical A Chorus Line, composed by Marvin Hamlisch and Edward Kleban and based on the true-life experiences of the composer, opened on Broadway in 1975. It won nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, Best Score (Hamlisch), and Best Book (Hamlisch).

War, by Sebastian Junger (ISBN 978-0-446-58173-2)

War by Sebastian Junger is a good book for learning English. The plot is interesting, and it’s easy to read. It has many vocabulary words that you can use in conversation, so you’ll sound more fluent when talking about the book. If you’re interested in learning about war, this book is an excellent choice because of its focus on the subject.

English for Business Communication Teacher’s Book – Simon Sweeney (ISBN 978-0-521-72884-9)

This book is for teachers of English as a second language (ESL). It covers intermediate level business communication and is suitable for students of the same level, particularly those who wish to improve their spoken and written fluency in English.

The book is divided into three main parts:

  • Part 1 – Practical Considerations: This section explains how to get the most out of your lessons. You’ll find advice on planning and organizing your classes, dealing with different learning styles, creating an appropriate atmosphere for learning, assessing student progress and evaluating course materials.
  • Part 2 – Business Contexts: This section explores key topics related to international business such as marketing yourself or your products/services; exporting/importing goods; writing business emails; doing presentations at conferences etc., all from a non-native speaker’s perspective. The chapters are organized around specific topics so you can easily identify what you want to cover in class depending on where your students need extra practice or guidance (and where they already excel).
  • Part 3 – Resources: This final part contains useful websites that can help ESL teachers prepare their lessons or just provide further information on any topic covered in this book..

Fluency Builder – Larisa Gyurina (ISBN 978-0-19-457555 1) [Download Speaking at Work] (

If you’re an intermediate learner looking to improve your speaking skills, Fluency Builder by Larisa Gyurina is for you.

The book teaches readers how to speak with confidence in English and make more meaningful conversations. It also teaches readers how to write in English confidently, from writing emails and letters to preparing resumes and cover letters. There are also tips on how to improve listening skills as well as vocabulary lists that can be used in everyday life situations like at work or university classes where the language of instruction is English (or another foreign language).

Great books for help with english conversation

Great books for helping with English conversation

There are many great books available on the market that can help you to improve your English conversation. These include:

  • [The Beginner’s Guide to Conversational English]( by Richard L. Maberly and Amy C. Henrickson (published in 2016)
  • [How To Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk] by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish (published in 2000)


We hope this list was helpful. If you have any books that we should add to our list or if there are any new ones that are coming out, please let us know!

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