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Improve your Skills: Writing for First (FCE)
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Improve your Skills: Writing for First (FCE)Improve your Skills: Writing for First (FCE)

 Improve your Skills: Writing for First (FCE) Student's Book prepares pupils for the FCE Writing tests.




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Venture into First for Schools B2: Workbook with key
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Venture into First for Schools B2: Workbook with keyVenture into First for Schools is an international course preparing secondary students for the Cambridge English: First for Schools exam.The course prepares students for exam success from the outset with systematic skills development and scaffolded exam practice in every unit. Exam guides offer tips and hints for every task type, and students can prepare for the examination with the online practice test. Covering a huge range of topics, from The Simpsons to Shakespeare, the course encourages cultural insights and critical thinking and keeps students motivated to achieve success.
 
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Venture into First for Schools B2: Student's Book
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Venture into First for Schools B2: Student's BookVenture into First for Schools is an international course preparing secondary students for the Cambridge English: First for Schools exam.The course prepares students for exam success from the outset with systematic skills development and scaffolded exam practice in every unit. Exam guides offer tips and hints for every task type, and students can prepare for the examination with the online practice test.
 
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Roots of language
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Roots of languageRoots of language was originally published in 1981 by Karoma Press (Ann Arbor). It was the first work to systematically develop a theory first suggested by Coelho in the late nineteenth century: that the creation of creole languages somehow reflected universal properties of language. The book also proposed that the same set of properties would be found to emerge in normal first-language acquisition and must have emerged in the original evolution of language.
 
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First Little Readers Pack Level B
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First Little Readers Pack Level BFirst Little Readers Pack Level B

Jumpstart reading success with this big collection of motivating storybooks correlated with Guided Reading Level B. Most pages of these full-color storybooks feature just one or two lines of simple, repetitive text to help children learn to read with ease and confidence. Includes a tip-filled parent guide. A great value!
 
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Tags: storybooks, Level, Includes, tip-filled, confidence, Little, Readers, First
The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meanings
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The Talking Heads experiment: Origins of words and meaningsThe Talking Heads Experiment, conducted in the years 1999-2001, was the first large-scale experiment in which open populations of situated embodied agents created for the first time ever a new shared vocabulary by playing language games about real world scenes in front of them. The agents could teleport to different physical sites in the world through the Internet. Sites, in Antwerp, Brussels, Paris, Tokyo, London, Cambridge and several other locations were linked into the network. Humans could interact with the robotic agents either on site or remotely through the Internet and thus influence the evolving ontologies and languages of the artificial agents.
 
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The empirical base of linguistics: Grammaticality judgements and linguistic methodology
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The empirical base of linguistics: Grammaticality judgements and linguistic methodologyThroughout much of the history of linguistics, grammaticality judgments – intuitions about the well-formedness of sentences – have constituted most of the empirical base against which theoretical hypothesis have been tested. Although such judgments often rest on subtle intuitions, there is no systematic methodology for eliciting them, and their apparent instability and unreliability have led many to conclude that they should be abandoned as a source of data.
 
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