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Idioms in the News - 1,000 Phrases, Real Examples
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Idioms in the News - 1,000 Phrases, Real ExamplesIdioms in the News - 1,000 Phrases, Real Examples

For teachers, students and all who love language, this indispensable resource now has more than 3,000 examples of more than 1,000 idiomatic phrases. Click the cover for a preview.
Americans love to use idioms, phrases that are colorful and mysterious. Idioms in the News investigates how the 800-pound gorilla got mixed up with the elephant in the room. Learn what mumbo jumbo means and where it came from. Find out why greasing someone's palm may not be messy but may be illegal.

 
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American Literature from 1600 Through the 1850s
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American Literature from 1600 Through the 1850sFiercely nationalistic, the first prominent American writers exhibited a profound pride in the territory that would come to be known as the United States. Predating even the Declaration of Independence, much early American writing entailed commentary on the newly developing American society. This volume examines the literature of the country in its nascence and writers such as Poe, Hawthorne, and Emerson, who helped cultivate a uniquely American voice.
 
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Classical Authors: 500 BCE to 1100 CE
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Classical Authors: 500 BCE to 1100 CESince ancient times, storytelling has been a valued art form that enables traditions, beliefs, and lessons to be transmitted from one generation to the next. Epics such as Homer’s Odyssey and Virgil’s Aeneid and tales such as those contained in the collected The Thousand and One Nights offer modern-day readers a glimpse into various countries and cultures, as well as different eras. The individuals and works profiled in this absorbing volume have withstood the test of time, remaining culturally significant and influencing authors and readers alike for centuries.
 
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Authors of the Medieval and Renaissance Eras: 1100 to 1660
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Authors of the Medieval and Renaissance Eras: 1100 to 1660As Europe’s religious, social, economic, and cultural identity began to take more definite shape in the medieval and Renaissance eras, so too did its literary identity. By capturing in ink the spirit of these transformative periods, such literary giants as Geoffrey Chaucer, Miguel de Cervantes, William Shakespeare, and John Milton laid the foundations for literature, drama, and poetry today. Readers will be introduced to these and other notable figures from around the world whose works have had an equally enduring impact on the global literary canon
 
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Authors of The Enlightenment: 1660 to 1800
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Authors of The Enlightenment: 1660 to 1800Reason, rationality, and reform were perhaps the biggest buzzwords of the Enlightenment era and the themes of much of the writing that appeared at that time. As thinkers increasingly began turning a critical eye towards accepted beliefs and practices, such luminaries as Voltaire, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Paine took up their pens to illuminate the social injustices and injuries to personal freedom that pervaded their societies. The fascinating lives of these writers and many others—running the gamut from novelists, dramatists, and poets to satirists, social critics, and more—are profiled within these pages.
 
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Introducing English to Young Children: Spoken Language
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Introducing English to Young Children: Spoken LanguageIntroducing English to Young Children: Spoken Language

A practical teacher guide book for teaching spoken English to young children Easy to read and full of practical information, Introducing English to Young Children: Spoken Language explains how very young and young children begin to acquire English, suggesting how teachers and parents can 'tune into' young children's developmental needs and support them.
 
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Readers Digest India - April 2014
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Readers Digest India - April 2014Readers Digest India - April 2014

Reader's Digest is a monthly general-interest family magazine discovering the greatest writers from around the world with insightful journalism, investigations to open your eyes, inspirational real-life stories and adventures to thrill you, advice to live by, health news to depend on, people to inspire you and humour to make you laugh out loud! Reader's Digest is a general interest family magazine, published ten times annually.
 
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