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What Not to Write: An A-to-Z of the Dos and Don'ts of Good English
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What Not to Write: An A-to-Z of the Dos and Don'ts of Good EnglishThis is a pocket-sized, information-packed and entertaining guide that has been compiled on the basis of long experience in helping people produce documents written in good English, with the underlying message that simple English is the best English. "What not to Write" deals with all those awkward issues - acronyms, ambiguity, American-English, bureaucratese, business English, captions, cliches, grammar, hyphens, jargon, punctuation, quotations, sexist writing, spelling, writing letters and much, much more.
 
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The New Yorker - 22 September 2014
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The New Yorker - 22 September 2014The New Yorker - 22 September 2014

The New Yorker is an American magazine that publishes reportage, commentary, criticism, essays, fiction, satire, cartoons, and poetry. Starting as a weekly in the mid-1920s, the magazine is now published 47 times per year, with five (usually more expansive) issues for the remaining two-week spans.
 
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English Первое сентября 2013 №10 Электронное приложение
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English Первое сентября 2013 №10 Электронное приложениеEnglish Первое сентября 2013 №10 Электронное приложение

Methods of teaching. Google Earth. Classroom activities. English club. For Teachers; Handouts. Audio: Song; What A world! Lesson plans. The Life of Plants. Four Seasons. Topical journey. Nature. Fun Facts; Ground, earth, land, soil; Human Attitude Towards Nature; Lightning; Nature English Idioms; Nature Poems; Plants Activities; Proverbs. and Sayings; Quotes to ponder. 01.
 
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Five Canterbury Tales (Dominoes 1)
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Five Canterbury Tales (Oxford Dominoes 1)Five Canterbury Tales (Oxford Dominoes 1)

The year is 1386 and the first flowers of spring are here. A number of pilgrims are going to Canterbury to visit the tomb of Saint Thomas Becket, and they all tell stories on the way.

 
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English Первое сентября 2013 №10
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English Первое сентября 2013 №10English Первое сентября 2013 №10

"Первое сентября" — приложение на английском языке к "Учительской газете". Это цветной иллюстрированный журнал для изучающих и преподающих английский язык. На его страницах информация об англоязычных странах. новости музыкальной и культурной жизни, материалы для подготовки к ЕГЭ и ГИАпо английскому языку
 
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Non-Verbal Predication: Copular sentences at the syntax-semantics interface
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Non-Verbal Predication: Copular sentences at the syntax-semantics interfaceThis book considers the syntax and semantics of non-verbal predicates (i.e., nominal, adjectival and prepositional predicates) in copular sentences. Isabelle Roy explores how a single structure for predication can account for the different interpretations of non-verbal predicates. The book departs from earlier studies by arguing in favor of a ternary distinction between defining / characterizing / situation-descriptive predicates rather than the more common stage-level/individual distinction.
 
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Multilingualism and the Periphery
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Multilingualism and the PeripheryMultilingualism and the Periphery is an edited volume that explores the ways in which core-periphery dynamics shape multilingualism. The research focuses on peripheral sites, which are defined by a relationship-be it geographic, political, economic etc.-to some perceived centre. Viewing multilingualism through the lens of core-periphery dynamics allows the contributors to highlight language ideological tensions with regard to language boundary-making, language ownership, commodification and authenticity, as well as the ways in which speakers seek novel solutions in adapting their linguistic resources to new situations and thereby develop innovative language practices.
 
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