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French Language ...the way to do it By Rosaline O'Toole
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French Language ...the way to do it (85 Pages in main document; plus cover) Teaching Text; French Grammar; Useful Information; French People; Accents; Weather, Number, Mathematics; Measurement;... More > Sentence Subject/Object; Direct /Indirect Speech; Parts of Speech: Noun, Pronoun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb, Conjunction, Preposition, Ownership; Writing ‘tools’: Alliteration; Assonance; Simile; Metaphor; Homophone; Practice Tests (including answers).< Less
English Language '...the way to do it' By Rosaline O'Toole
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English Language ...the way to do it (60 Pages) Teaching Text; Grammar; Parts of Speech; Punctuation. Practice Tests (including answers.
Worksheets for Extra Practice - English Lessons Through Literature By Kathy Jo DeVore
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FREE. This set of worksheets is intended to complement any level of English Lessons Through Literature, providing extra practice on concepts such as subject complements and direct objects. Worksheets... More > use sentences from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.< Less
Vignettes By Brian Michael Barbeito
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Vignettes is a two hundred and six page compilation of impressionistic prose-poem, micro-story, and flash fiction writings. The pieces explore aspects of both the objective outside world and the... More > inner subjective world through literary snapshots. Vignettes has previously appeared as work at Six Sentences and Lunatics Folly, and is now a soft cover print collection with a new introduction by the editor.< Less
The Mood of the Tales are Gloomy By Ari Hoptman
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A short, concise, and fun description of the basics of English grammar (primarily for native speakers) with one topic per page and periodic quizzes. Beginning with the idea of grammar and how people... More > started thinking about it, it examines the parts of the sentence (subject, direct object, complement, etc.) before moving into parts of speech (nouns, verbs, etc.). Other sections deal with clause structures, negation, and the various types of questions. And, of course, who/whom is dealt with in a complete, yet gentle, way. This book is specifically designed to be easy to understand without being "dumbed down."< Less
TOASTER'S HANDBOOK - Jokes, Stories, and Quotations (toasts for any occassion or announcement) By PEGGY EDMUND and HAROLD WORKMAN WILLIAMS
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From the PREFACE: "Nothing so frightens a man as the announcement that he is expected to respond to a toast on some appallingly nearby occasion. All ideas he may ever have had on the subject... More > melt away and like a drowning man he clutches furiously at the nearest solid object. This book is intended for such rescue purpose, buoyant and trustworthy but, it is to be hoped, not heavy. Let the frightened toaster turn first to the key word of his topic in this dictionary alphabet of selections and perchance he may find toast, story, definition or verse that may felicitously introduce his remarks. Then as he proceeds to outline his talk and to put it into sentences, he may find under one of the many subject headings a bit which will happily and scintillatingly drive home the ideas he is unfolding. While the larger part of the contents is humorous, there are inserted many quotations of a serious nature which may serve as appropriate literary ballast."< Less
37 Weed Taster Menu Not Allowed to Use Capitals By Timothy Mead
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“Thinking – a mental process, in which symbols or pictorial representations of objects, events, or actions are generated, transformed, or combined.” That, bizarrely, is apparently... More > an ‘official’, MODERN definition. I can only hope that by the time Scotty grinds me up, you will have deconstructed this sentence for yourselves and consigned it to the little round file on the floor. Here’s another: “Thinking is problem-solving.” Do people get PAID for this? Even pond-slime would not bother to learn a maze, if THIS is what was waiting for them at the end. But … spoiler!!! … there are no ‘mental processes’; there are no ‘pictorial representations’; there are no ‘symbols’ in the brain. EXCEPT in that one brief MOMENT BY MOMENT, the instant of generation-and-subjective-awareness-of each successive brief TINY ‘conscious’ event. But because those events make up our subjective world, we have taken for granted that THEY ARE OUR THINKING. They are not. ‘Thinking’ is something else entirely …< Less

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Referral Mastery Referral Mastery By Joe Stumpf
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