Everyday English comic books are designed as progressive readers for learners of English as a second or foreign language. The series starts out with simple grammatical structures and vocabulary, then gradually build to more complex forms. The situations in Book 4 cover common everyday language skills and competencies such as using the postal service, ordering food in a restaurant, understanding simple job ads and skills, making appointments for a job interview, answering simple interview questions, leaving a phone message, evaluating different cars, describing past events, using bank services, and understanding a paycheck and deductions The grammar recycles the structures presented in Books 1 and 2. Structures presented in this book include the use of definite and indefinite object pronouns, some/any, relative pronouns, position of relative pronouns and question words, regular and irregular verbs in the past tense, the comparative and superlative, and common prepositions and conjunctions,
The vocabulary includes frequency words, common adjectives, common food items, restaurant terms, adverbs of frequency, job application terminology, common abbreviations used in employment ads, common adjectives and adverbs, common prepositions, expressions of time, and bank related vocabulary. See pages 143 for contents of other the comic books in this series. 3This comic book is accompanied by a workbook: English for Better Jobs 3. The content of the workbook follows the same story line and characters, and it provides detailed grammar explanations, oral practice drills, and writing exercises that are presented in the first half of English for Better Jobs 3. It is available on Amazon.com.