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At a Glance Essays (Fourth Edition)
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At a Glance Essays (Fourth Edition)The Fourth Edition of AT A GLANCE: ESSAYS guides students through the process of prewriting and writing essays in specific and combined rhetorical modes. This text features new readings, optional text-based writing instruction, a research paper unit, a brief handbook, and an emphasis on critical thinking.
 
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Don't Call it Literacy!: What every teacher needs to know about speaking, listening, reading and writing
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Don't Call it Literacy!: What every teacher needs to know about speaking, listening, reading and writing"Every teacher in English is a teacher of English," said George Sampson, one of the early school inspectors, back in 1921. It’s never been truer, or more relevant.
Literacy has a major impact on young people’s life-chances and it is every teacher’s responsibility to help build their communication, reading and writing skills. However, this book isn’t just about literacy; it’s also about what great teachers do in their classrooms, about applying knowledge consistently across classrooms, in order to help pupils to become more confident in their subjects.
 
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Simple past or present perfect? - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -
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Simple past or present perfect? - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -Simple past or present perfect? - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -

This grammar exercise tests your understanding of past simple and present perfect tenses. Complete the following sentences using an appropriate tense form. Each question is followed by two suggested answers. Choose the most appropriate one.

 
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Writing Architecture: A Practical Guide to Clear Communication about the Built Environment
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Writing Architecture: A Practical Guide to Clear Communication about the Built EnvironmentArchitects expect to design buildings. But persuading clients to carry those designs into tangible form almost always involves writing as well as designing. Yet architects, and those who write about architecture, are often more comfortable with images than words. Presenting their visions in an articulate, accessible, and convincing written form can be difficult, and professionally hazardous. In Writing Architecture, Carter Wiseman provides an invaluable guide for students and practitioners on how to convey the importance of architecture to those who commission it, build it, and benefit from it.
 
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That-clause as a noun clause - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -
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That-clause as a noun clause - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -That-clause as a noun clause - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -

A that-clause is an example of a noun clause. It can be the subject or the object of the verb.

I believe that he is innocent.

Here the that-clause ‘that he is innocent’ is the object of the verb believe......

 
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Grammar: 1,001 Practice Questions For Dummies
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Grammar: 1,001 Practice Questions For DummiesGrammar: 1,001 Practice Questions For Dummies Practice makes perfect - and helps deepen your understanding of English grammar Establishing good grammar habits will set you up for success. From English class to writing your college essay, from corporatecommunications, to updating your social media sites, good grammar is essential and now you have 1,001 ways to deepen your understanding and practice your skills.
 
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Introduction to noun clauses - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -
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Introduction to noun clauses - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -Introduction to noun clauses - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -

A noun clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a verb. It acts as a noun. Note that a noun clause cannot stand alone. It is a subordinate clause and it needs to be attached to an independent clause.

A noun clause can be the subject or object of the verb in the main clause...

 
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