This logical, developmental presentation of the major aspects of English grammar includes all the necessary tools for speech and comprehension. Designed for adults with limited learning time who wish to acquire the basics of everyday English, this grammar features numerous shortcuts and timesavers. Ideal as anintroduction, supplement, or refresher.
In the days before the July 19, 1969 space mission that marked humankind s first steps on the moon, NASA was working with a group of Australian technicians who had agreed to rig up a satellite interface. That the Aussies placed the satellite dish smack dab in the middle of an Australian sheep farm in the boondocks town of Parkes was just one of the reasons that NASA was concerned. Based on a true story, The Dish takes a smart, witty, comical look at the differing cultural attitudes between Australia and the U.S. while revisiting one of the greatest events in history.
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HDTV XviD-LOL | AVI | English | 43 min | 624x352 | XviD - 1115 kbps | MP3 - 165 kbps | 350 MB Genre: Drama "Hart of Dixie" follows Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson), a new doctor from New York who thinks that she knows it all. Since graduating at the top of her class, she took after her father and became a cardio-thoracic surgeon. However, when Zoe's plans fall apart, she turns to Dr. Harley Wilkes to help him with his practice in Bluebell, Alabama. However, she gets there to find that he passed away and gave his half of the practice to her. She meets Lemon Breeland (Jamie King) and finds that the south isn't so hospitable as it is portrayed. Brink Breeland is the owner of the other half and is not happy to have to share the profits with her.
Tapestry is the first multi-skills English Language Teaching series. Tapestry Listening & Speaking prepares students to become successful, independent learners through: engaging communicative work, motivating activities, Language Learning Strategies, Academic Power Strategies, and interactive web site.
* Setting Goals focuses students¿ attention on the learning they will do each chapter.
* The topic-related Culture Notes increase students¿ understanding of the finer points of the language and culture, and help learners acclimate to life in an English-speaking country.
* A variety of speaking activities, such as role plays, skits, debates, and presentations, provide opportunities for students to use vocabulary, language functions, and knowledge of content area.
* Reading and writing are integrated through a variety of on-topic activities, increasing students¿ overall fluency.
* Academic Power Strategies give students the knowledge and skills to become successful, independent learners.
* For a well-integrated curriculum, try the Tapestry, Middle East Edition, Reading series and the Tapestry, Middle East Edition,Writing series, also from Thomson Heinle.
* Language Learning Strategies help students maximize their learning and become proficient in English.
* Tapestry Threads provide students with interesting facts and quotes that jumpstart classroom discussions.
* Engaging listening sections provide authentic news broadcasts, interviews, conversations, debates, and stories.
* The Sound of It refines listening, speaking, and pronunciation skills, and helps students gain confidence communicating in English.
* Apply the Strategy activities encourage students to take charge of their learning and use their new skills and strategies.
* Test-Taking Tips offer students practical steps for improving their test results. Check Your Progress helps students monitor their own progress.
No book had more influence on twentieth-century writers of English than Henry Fowler's Dictionary of Modern English Usage. It rapidly became the standard work of reference for the correct use of English in terms of choice of words, grammar, and style. Much loved for his firm opinions, passion, and dry humor, Fowler has stood the test of time and is still considered by many to be the best arbiter of good practice.
Now Oxford is bringing back the original long-out-of-print first edition of this beloved work, enhanced with a new introduction by one of today's leading experts on the language, David Crystal. Drawing on a wealth of entertaining examples, Crystal offers an insightful reassessment Fowler's reputation and his place in the history of linguistic thought. Fowler, Crystal points out, was far more sophisticated in his analysis of language than most people realize and many of his entries display a concern for descriptive accuracy which would do any modern linguist proud. And although the book is full of his personal likes and dislikes, Fowler's prescriptivism is usually intelligent and reasoned. Crystal concludes warmly that Fowler was like "an endearingly eccentric, schoolmasterly character, driven at times to exasperation by the infelicities of his wayward pupils, but always wanting the best for them and hoping to provide the best guidance for them.... He may shake his stick at us, but we never feel we are actually going to be beaten." In the concluding section of the book, Crystal examines nearly 300 entries in detail, offers a modern perspective on them, and shows how English has changed since the 1920s. This exciting and long awaited re-release of one of the classic works of English reference will delight everyone interested in language.