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Полный курс английской грамматики для учащихся начальной школы. 2–4 классы
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Полный курс английской грамматики для учащихся начальной школы. 2–4 классыПолный курс английской грамматики для учащихся начальной школы. 2–4 классы Цель данного учебного пособия - помочь младшим школьникам освоить те темы английской грамматики, которые изучаются во 2-4 классах в рамках школьной программы в общеобразовательных учреждениях любого типа. Оно используется для тренировки и активизации грамматического материала вне зависимости от базового учебника, по которому ведется обучение в школе.
 
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Grammar for EAP: English grammar and practice for Academic Purposes
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Grammar for EAP: English grammar and practice for Academic PurposesGrammar for EAP is a grammar reference and practice book which provides students with the functional grammar they need to succeed in their academic studies, whatever their chosen subject.
Grammar for EAP reviews and consolidates the key grammatical areas needed for essay writing and presentations, and puts theory into practice with exercises which test knowledge and challenge understanding.
Includes detailed answer key.
 
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On Screen B2+: Workbook & Grammar Book
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On Screen B2+: Workbook & Grammar BookOn Screen is a four-course in English, which thanks to the different components can be successfully used both in secondary schools and on language courses and universities. A series of cuts begin learning of a Pre-Intermediate (B1) and to continue on at Intermediate (B1 + / B2) Upper-Intermediate (B2 +) and Advanced (C1). The aim of the course is to prepare students to actively function in the modern world where English is an essential communication tool. Digital support science components: manual in digital format (Interactive eBook) and software for interactive whiteboards (Interactive Whiteboard Software).
 
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The Chicago Manual of Style 1st Edition 1906
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The Chicago Manual of Style 1st Edition 1906
The first edition of The Chicago Manual of Style was the most extensive revision in those days. The Manual-more comprehensive and easy to use will remain the essential reference for authors, editors, proofreaders, indexers, copywriters, designers, and publishers in any field.
This is the unique  first edition of this manual.


REUPLOAD NEEDED

 
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Elements of Style 2017
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Elements of Style 2017Elements of Style 2017 presents a collection of modern grammar, style, and punctuation rules to help you write well, self-edit efficiently, and produce a grammar-perfect final draft. It is suitable for writers, editors, proofreaders, college students, and employees in the workplace. In fact, if you write anything at all, you should have a copy of this writer’s style guide on your desk. It has been recognized as a modern, go-to writing handbook and is now a required textbook in some college courses at University of San Francisco, University of Minnesota, California State University at Fullerton, and University of Texas at San Antonio, among others.
 
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Sentence Skills with Readings, 4th Edition
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Sentence Skills with Readings, 4th EditionJohn Langan's best-selling sentence-level worktext returns in a new edition highlighting the essential grammar, mechanics, punctuation, and usage skills needed for clear, college-level writing.
 
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Simply English: An A-Z of Avoidable Errors
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Simply English: An A-Z of Avoidable ErrorsIn his best-selling Strictly English, Simon Heffer explained how to write and speak our language well. In Simply English he offers an entertaining and supremely useful A–Z guide to frequent errors, common misunderstandings, and stylistic howlers. What is the difference between amend and emend, between imply and infer, and between uninterested and disinterested? When should one put owing to rather than due to? Why should the temptation to write actually, basically, or at this moment in time always be strenuously resisted? How does one use an apostrophe correctly, ensure that one understands what alibi really means, and avoid the perils of the double negative?
 
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