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Quick Solutions to Common Errors in English






- 2005 - -200pages - PDF - 4,2 MB -

Designed to help resolve most common English language problems and queries, this book has an accessible reference format with examples and explanations of mistakes regarding sentence construction, spelling, punctuation and grammar

Paragraph Development: A Guide for Students of English As a Second Language








Prentice Hall College Div - 1981 - 193 pages - PDF - 4,4 MB

Paragraph Development is an integrated guide for high intermediate to advanced learners of English. It focuses on the physical paragaph as a basic unit of composition common to most forms of academic, business, professional, and general-purpose writing. It is designed to be flexible enough to be used as a writing component in an intensive or semi-intensive program or as an independent writing course. The book is based on the theory that if a student is able to write a unified, coherent paragraph, transferring this skill to full composition writing will not be difficult. The approach in each chapter is direct and functional: a model is proVided and graphically explained; then the student is asked to imitate the model


Test Your english Business General usage

English-Grammar-Ver2007 - قواعد اللغة الانجليزية

grammaire francaise en arabe - استعمال قواعد اللغة الفرنسية

قواعد نطق اللغة النجليزية - Pronunciation Rules

جمیع قواعد النطق اللغة الانجليزية


How to Teach Grammar







Scott Thornbury - Pearson ESL; 1st edition (Oct 2000)PDF - English - 7.2 MB - 190 pages

How to Teach Grammar", like others in the series, (How To Teach Pronunciation (Book with Audio CD)), is an excellent and very practical resource. As always, it is written with the classroom teacher in mind, and Scott Thornbury has written a very accessible and very useful book. The book covers some broad areas, such as why teach grammar and even how "NOT" to teach it. Thornbury gives three broad approaches: teaching grammar from examples, texts and rules. He also covers issues related to correcting it, practicing it and integrating it through a couple of different approaches, (such as PPP and skills-based teaching)

Better English Pronunciation






Effective Speaking : Communicating in Speech







Taylor & Francis (1985-11-21) ISBN 0419130306 288 Pages PDF 1 mb

Effective Speaking provides the hard scientific information about audience psychology, text preparation, presentation methods, voice production, body language and persuasive advocacy which will help would-be speakers improve their performance. The emphasis throughout is on practical self-help, on methods which have been shown to work, with clear explanations of just why they are effective

The Oxford Thesaurus: An A-Z Dictionary of Synonyms








The Browser's Dictionary of Foreign Words and Phrases




2001-09-24 - ISBN: 0471383724 - 288 pages - PDF - 1,1 MB
Directed at the everyday speaker of American English, this dictionary aims to define English words with foreign sources surely a daunting task, since many English words have come from other languages. Varchaver and Moore (coauthors of The Dictionary of the Performing Arts) tried to limit the number of entries by including only those recently adopted, but as a result the word choice seems arbitrary. Entries include pronunciation, definition, and often a sample sentence to illustrate use. However, only about a quarter of the words have sample sentences, and many of the less familiar words were not among them. In addition, many of the samples are quite generic, and some include a citation noting the source, which seems unnecessary since this is not an academic book. This work may be of interest to the "browser" of the title and of limited assistance to someone seeking a simple etymology, but the serious scholar or lover of the language will find it lightweight. Manya Chylinski, Ernst . Young Ctr., for Business Knowledge, Boston

Colloquial English





ISBN: 0203670248 - edition 2005 - PDF - 305 pages - 3.59Mb


Although this book is a member of the Colloquial series, andconforms broadly with the format and approach of other titles in the series, Colloquial English necessarily departs in some respects from its fellows.For a start, it is written in the target language, and an assumption of prior knowledge of the language must therefore be made. Nonetheless, I have tried to keep explanations simple and succinct, allowing the context of the dialogues and exercises to show the user how the language works

The Briefest English Grammar Ever









Did you miss out on learning the basics of grammar at school? Are you learning a foreign language and need to sort out your verbs, nons, adjectives, and adverbs? Ruth Colman's highly successful, user-friendly The Briefest English Grammaer Ever! comes to the rescue. It clearly and simply explains how language works and functions. It is designed for English speakers who didn't learn grammar at school, particularly those now learning another language via a method based on grammar

Heinemann English Grammar, the Intermediate and Practice Book 2 Ed






George Yule "Oxford Practice Grammar: With Key Practice-boost CD-ROM Pack Advanced level






Applied Linguistics (Oxford Introductions to Language Study







Applied Linguistics investigates real-world problems involving language. As such it has the difficult task of mediating between academic expertise and lived experience, attempting to reconcile opposed interests and perspectives. This clearly written introduction provides a concise but comprehensive overview of the most pressing and controversial issues surrounding contemporary language use today, including intercultural communication, political persuasion, new technologies, the growth of English, language in education, and foreign language teaching and learning

A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language









The"Comprehensive Grammar" is an expanded and revised version of a series of grammars first published in 1972 (starting with _A Grammar of Contemporary English_.) Since its publication, this book has been *the* standard reference work used by professional grammarians. It is a scholarly, descriptive account of English based on extensive analysis of real usage. It is particularly strong in the way that it stresses the communicative functions of English. It tries to present material without being bound to a specific theoretical position. In many ways, this was a wise idea, since it has allowed the book to remain useful over the years while syntactic theories have changed drastically

(The Oxford Dictionary of Idioms (2nd Edition








Did you know that 'flavor of the month' originated in a marketing campaign in American ice-cream parlors in the 1940s, when a particular flavor would be specially promoted for a month at a time? And did you know that 'off the cuff' refers to the rather messy practice of writing impromptu notes on one's shirt cuff before speaking in public?These and many more idioms are explained and put into context in this second edition of the Oxford Dictionary of Idioms. The volume takes a fresh look at the idiomatic phrases and sayings that make English the rich and intriguing language that it is.This major new edition contains entries for over 5000 idioms, including 350 entirely new entries and over 500 new quotations. The text has been updated to include many new idioms using the findings of the Oxford English Reading Program, the biggest language research program in the world. The entries are supported by a wealth of illustrative quotations from a wide range of sources and periods and the text has been entirely redesigned so that it is both elegant and easy to use.Anyone interested in the colorful side of the English language will get hours of fun browsing this fascinating and informative volume

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