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Nouns By Michael Santoro
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French Nouns: Masculine or Feminine? By Hilary Newhall
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An e-book to help you remember whether French nouns are masculine or feminine.The e-book is based on linking memorable images to word endings. Prudent use of colour also highlights whether words are... More > masculine or feminine. PLEASE NOTE: To read this e-book you will need to download a free copy of Adobe Digital Editions. A printed edition will be available in the future.< Less
Creative Ideas For Teaching Nouns To Kids By Chester Exchange
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Nouns are used to designate people, places, things, objects, and concepts. They are simply, the building blocks of our language. Sometimes, kids get confused about how the nouns are used and they may... More > use nouns as substitutes of sentences. So, for solving this problem, you can take help from Best Online English Teacher in Livermore and teach nouns in an easier way to your kids. To know more, please visit here: https://millsenglishtutoring.com/online-education/< Less
Understanding Leadership: It's a Verb, Not a Noun By Dr. Bob Smith
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An introduction of why a study of leadership requires that we employ extrinsic thinking and not what is normally used; a systemic approach. From such an accurate approach to leadership a person can... More > better grow and lead because the path is clear and accurate. When a systemic approach is taken, the conclusions lead to a false sense as to what leadership is and what it takes to be a leader. This is why most leadership development programs are marginally successful - the systemic approaches upon which they are based mislead and misdirect the participant's attention and development.< Less
Morphosyntax and semantic type of noun phrases in Turkish By Micah John Walter
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Chierchia (1998) proposed that the semantic type of nouns varies across languages: in some languages, nouns denote entities; in others, nouns denote predicates; in yet others, nouns of both types are... More > attested. Chierchia posits the existence of two parameters to account for this division—namely [±arg], which determines whether a language contains nouns denoting arguments, and [±pred], which determines whether a language contains nouns denoting predicates. Chierchia then makes generalizations about each group. This paper examines the noun phrase semantics of Turkish. My analysis shows that not all [+arg, −pred] languages have nouns that act alike: while Turkish patterns in key ways with Chinese, a [+arg, −pred] language, it does not follow all of Chierchia’s predictions for [+arg, −pred] languages. In particular, it appears that some Turkish nouns, while being “mass” in the sense that they denote kinds, are countable.< Less
Crossword Tutor: Masculine Latin Nouns in the First Declension By Dewitt T. Gosnell
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Hello and welcome to Crossword Tutor \256. This volume contains all the masculine words you may chance to encounter in the First Declension, usually found in the first year of Latin studies. If... More > you complete each unit faithfully, you will have no trouble identifying the gender of masculine nouns in the First Declension.\015\012\015\012Each unit is composed of a word list of from 15 to 25 words. There are two crossword puzzles gleaned from each list. Besides that, you have two word search puzzles and two word scramble puzzles to solve.< Less
Secret Codes for Learning Italian, Part III - Noun Cognates By Vincent Traina
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Don't miss out on this secret weapon for translating from English into Italian! This valuable resource is a lifelong tool which provides the learner with formulas that instantly translate thousands... More > of English nouns into Italian nouns. Each secret also reveals the placement of the stressed syllable. You’ll discover codes for deciphering the gender of the cognates which have neutral, irregular and invariable endings. At the end of each segment, an opportunity is given for the learner to write their own examples and practice applying each cognate secret. As an additional bonus, there are cultural anecdotes sprinkled intermittently throughout the book. It is highly recommended for professional translators, interpreters, teachers and students of all levels. You won't find such a thorough compilation of Italian noun cognates anywhere else!< Less
Secret Codes for Learning Italian, Part II - Noun and Adjective Cognates By Vincent Traina
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Don't miss out on this secret weapon for translating from English into Italian! This valuable resource is a lifelong tool which provides the learner with formulas that instantly translate thousands... More > of English nouns and adjectives into Italian nouns and adjectives. Each secret also reveals the placement of the stressed syllable. Plus, you get three secret codes for deciphering the gender of a few of the cognates which have neutral endings. At the end of each segment, an opportunity is given for the learner to think of their own examples and practice applying each cognate secret. As an additional bonus, there are cultural anecdotes sprinkled intermittently throughout the book. It is highly recommended for professional translators, interpreters, teachers and students of all levels. You won't find such a thorough compilation of Italian noun and adjective cognates anywhere else!< Less
Secret Codes for Learning Italian, Part III - Noun Cognates By Vincent Traina
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Don't miss out on this secret weapon for translating from English into Italian! This valuable resource is a lifelong tool which provides the learner with formulas that instantly translate thousands... More > of English nouns into Italian nouns. Each secret also reveals the placement of the stressed syllable. You’ll discover codes for deciphering the gender of the cognates which have neutral, irregular and invariable endings. At the end of each segment, an opportunity is given for the learner to write their own examples and practice applying each cognate secret. As an additional bonus, there are cultural anecdotes sprinkled intermittently throughout the book. It is highly recommended for professional translators, interpreters, teachers and students of all levels. You won't find such a thorough compilation of Italian noun cognates anywhere else!< Less

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