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The Best American Essays 2014 is selected and introduced by John Jeremiah Sullivan, author of the critically acclaimed essay collection Pulphead. The New York Times placed Sullivan “among the best young nonfiction writers in English” and the New York Times Book Review heralded Pulphead as “the best, and most important, collection of magazine writing since Wallace’s A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again.”
HUGE COLLECTION OF ESL CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES FOR TEFL TEACHERS. (Beginner & Elementary) All the best photocopiable resources taken from the best teacher's books and resource packs available. All files digitally cleaned and activities reagorganised into relevant grammatical, lexical areas and presented in PDF formats complete with all instructions and answer keys.
Essential for anyone teaching English as a foreign language. This collection will significantly reduce your lessons preparation time. More levels to come if people are interested for me to upload it.
How can the discovery of a short story by a beautiful Oxford graduate lead Inspector Morse to her murderer? What awaits Morse and Lewis in Room 231 of the Randolph Hotel? This is a collection of short stories including "As Good As Gold". Six new cases for Morse are included plus five other tales.
This fantastic omnibus edition contains all six original Mary Poppins stories: Mary Poppins, Mary Poppins Comes Back, Mary Poppins Opens the Door, Mary Poppins in the Park, Mary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane / Mary Poppins and the House Next Door When their new nanny, Mary Poppins, arrives on a gust of the East Wind, greets their mother, and slides up the banister, Jane and Michael's lives are turned magically upside down.
New Scientist The Collection – Issue 3, 2014
New Scientist covers discoveries and ideas in science and technology that will change your life and the way you understand the world. New Scientist employs and commissions the best writers in their fields to provide in-depth but accessible coverage of the developments that matter. New Scientist: The Collection is a themed compilation of recent articles and special reports from our back catalogue, providing a book-length examination of some of the deepest questions known to humanity.
This volume brings together a collection of 18 papers dealing with the problem of word order variation in discourse. Word order variation has often been treated as an essentially unpredictable phenomenon, a matter of selecting randomly one of the set of possible orders generated by the grammar. However, as the papers in this collection show, word order variation is not random, but rather governed by principles which can be subjected to scientific investigation and are common to all languages.
Continuing with his life's work of helping people discover their destinies--the author takes the indirect route here by sharing the writings of leaders who have influenced him. Like Dyer, his role models reached ahead of their times to make a difference and lived lives that unfolded "independent of the good opinion of others." One of the most informed spiritual teachers of our time, Dyer reads unobtrusively and with great reverence for these works. As a collection, they are powerful medicine for the estrangement that pervades so much of Western life.