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Smithsonian Magazine - September 2016
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Smithsonian Magazine - September 2016Smithsonian Magazine - September 2016

Smithsonian magazine is a monthly magazine created for modern, well-rounded individuals with diverse interests. It chronicles the arts, history, sciences and popular culture of the times. Our photos, articles, videos and slideshows take a dynamic and interactive approach to exploring our changing world.
 
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Sky & Telescope - October 2016
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Sky & Telescope - October 2016Sky & Telescope - October 2016

Sky & Telescope (S&T) is a monthly magazine covering all aspects of amateur astronomy. The articles are intended for the informed lay reader and include detailed discussions of current discoveries, frequently by participating scientists. The magazine is illustrated in full color, with both amateur and professional photography of celestial sights, as well as tables and charts of upcoming celestial events.
 
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Scrabble With Latin and Greek Roots and Affixes
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Scrabble With Latin and Greek Roots and AffixesScrabble With Latin and Greek Roots and Affixes

This activity is based on the popular U.S. board game Scrabble® which encourages English learners to extend their lexical competence for a whole gamut of roots and affixes.
 
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Reference to Abstract Objects in Discourse
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Reference to Abstract Objects in DiscourseReference to Abstract Objects in Discourse

Reference to Abstract Objects in Discourse presents a novel framework and analysis of the ways we refer to abstract objects in natural language discourse. The book begins with a typology of abstract objects and related entities like eventualities. After an introduction to `bottom up, compositional' discourse representation theory (DRT) and to previous work on abstract objects in DRT (notably work on the semantics of the attitudes), the book turns to a semantic analysis of eventuality and abstract object denoting nominals in English.
 
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Language As a Cognitive Process: Syntax
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Language As a Cognitive Process: SyntaxLanguage As a Cognitive Process: Syntax

In writing this book, I had several different purposes in mind. First, it is a textbook for students beginning graduate work in computer science or linguistics. It includes detailed technical material and exercises designed to help the student master a body of concepts and techniques. Second, it is a practical guide for people who are building computer systems that deal with natural language. It is not structured as a 'how-to' book, but it describes the relevant techniques in detail and includes an extensive outline of English grammar, which should be useful in both the design and testing of systems.
 
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Britain is Great - British Council (lesson title: Sport is Great)
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Britain is Great - British Council (lesson title: Sport is Great)Britain is Great - British Council (lesson title: Sport is Great)

Find out what is GREAT about Britain in these exciting videos produced by the British Council.
 
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Pragmatics and Natural Language Understanding
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Pragmatics and Natural Language Understanding

This book differs from other introductions to pragmatics in approaching the problems of interpreting language use in terms of interpersonal modelling of beliefs and intentions. It is intended to make issues involved in language understanding, such as speech, text, and discourse, accessible to the widest group possible – not just specialists in linguistics or communication theorists – but all scholars and researchers whose enterprises depend on having a useful model of how communicative agents understand utterances and expect their own utterances to be understood.
 
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