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The Simplest Words

Author : Alex Miller
ISBN : 9781925576306
Genre : Fiction
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From one of Australia's greatest novelists comes this fine collection, a storyteller's journey. These short stories and essays, written over the last forty years, comprise an insightful and intelligent meditation on the life of the novelist and the culture of contemporary Australia. Personal and intimate as many of these pieces are, this collection forms a kind of assured autobiography, of the sort that only Alex Miller could write. Alex Miller's stories are told with a rare level of wisdom and profundity, engaging the intellect and the emotions simultaneously. Stories are, after all, in his blood.
Category: Fiction

The Simplest Words Are The Most Powerful

Author : Jatari Valasco
ISBN : 1655179586
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The simplest words are the most powerful: is an interactive journal designed to help readers nurture their creativity, mindfulness, and self-motivation. It helps readers navigate the confusion and chaos of daily life with a simple reminder:
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The Thinker S Thesaurus Sophisticated Alternatives To Common Words Expanded Third Edition

Author : Peter E. Meltzer
ISBN : 9780393338973
Genre : Reference
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With over twenty percent more material, a must for any lover of distinctive words. This entertaining and informative reference features sophisticated and surprising alternatives to common words together with no-fail guides to usage. Avoiding traditional thesauruses’ mundane synonym choices, Peter E. Meltzer puts each word—whether it’s protrepic, apostrophize, iracund, or emulous—in context by using examples from a broad range of contemporary books, periodicals, and newspapers. His new introduction makes the case for why we should widen our vocabulary and use the one right word. This groundbreaking thesaurus remains a unique venture, one that enriches your writing while helping you find the perfect word.
Category: Reference

Words Remembered In Time

Author : Brandon "Saker" Doyle
ISBN : 1468582593
Genre : Poetry
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Poetry is my way of helping the world. I use it not only to help learn more about myself as a person, it’s to help other people think more about how they look at things. I write to have meaning, but to also push myself to improve with every letter I write, and I write my poetry to incite change. I became a poet to become a better person and to find what I feel is my soul. I believe I am one of the few people left in the world that believes in words and their effects on people.
Category: Poetry

The Secrets Of Hebrew Words

Author : Rabbi Benjamin Blech
ISBN : 9781461631835
Genre : Religion
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Ever since the earliest times, Jewish scholars have looked to the Hebrew language as a source of holiness and a wellspring of wisdom. Both letters and words, it has always been assumed, they have hidden messages and secrets to be sought after, as if we are opening a shell to extract the fruit. Rabbi Benjamin Blech has gathered many examples of the meanings hidden within Hebrew words and has explained them to the modern reader_even those who do not know any Hebrew. The result is both a fine illustration of this activity as well as a book rich with Jewish insight and teachings.
Category: Religion

Adapting Tests In Linguistic And Cultural Situations

Author : Dragoş Iliescu
ISBN : 9781107110120
Genre : Education
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This book explores test adaptation, a scientific and professional activity now spanning all of the social and behavioural sciences. Adapting tests to various linguistic and cultural contexts is a critical process in today's globalized world, and requires a combination of knowledge and skills from psychometrics, cross-cultural psychology and others. This volume provides a step-by-step approach to cross-cultural test adaptation, emphatically presented as a mlange between science and practice. The volume is driven by the first-hand practical experience of the author in a large number of test adaptation projects in various cultures, and is supported by the consistent scientific body of knowledge accumulated over the last several decades on the topic. It is the first of its kind: an in-depth treatise and guide on why and how to adapt a test to a new culture in such a way as to preserve its psychometric value.
Category: Education

French Key Words

Author : Xavier-Yves Escande
ISBN : 0906672244
Genre : English language
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"French Key Words "is the easy route to mastering good, usable, basic French. Easy-to-learn Unit Structure gets you the words you need to know quickly and easily. One hundred easy-to-master units of 20 words each. These words are the essential foundation stones on which you intuitively build your language framework: the first five units (100 words) account for 50% of normal conversational French, the first 500 words account for 75% of normal conversational usage. The full 2,000 words will equip you for nearly all word occurrences in modern French usage in speech, newspapers, books, television etc. Also provides an all-in-one basic French-English dictionary and an all-in-one basic English-French Dictionary. The simplest, most logical way to pick up a French vocabulary of ten thousand words from two thousand. "French Key Words " presents you with the 2,000 word basic vocabulary ordered by frequency of occurrence in modern usage - in one hundred simple units. "French Key Words " is a learning aid benefiting from computer analysis of a million words. It consists of a list of the commonest two thousand key words in French, with their meanings in English, arranged in decreasing order of frequency. A simple, fast, proven way to learn French with ease.
Category: English language

Word Power Made Easy

Author : Norman Lewis
ISBN : 9780671741907
Genre : Education
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Exercises designed to develop vocabulary skills present words together with their pronunciations, definitions and use in sentences
Category: Education

The Art Of Nonfiction

Author : Ayn Rand
ISBN : 1101137290
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A remarkable series of lectures on the art of creating effective nonfiction by one of the 20th century's most profound writers and thinkers--now available for the first time in print. Culled from sixteen informal lectures Ayn Rand delivered to a select audience in the late 1960s, this remarkable work offers indispensable guidance to the aspiring writer of nonfiction while providing readers with a fascinating discourse on art and creation. Based on the concept that the ability to create quality nonfiction is a skill that can be learned like any other, The Art of Nonfiction takes readers through the writing process, step-by-step, providing insightful observations and invaluable techniques along the way. In these edited transcripts, Rand discusses the psychological aspects of writing, and the different roles played by the conscious and unconscious minds. From choosing a subject to polishing a draft to mastering an individual writing style--for authors of theoretical works or those leaning toward journalistic reporting--this crucial resource introduces the words and ideas of one of our most enduring authors to a new generation.
Category: Literary Criticism

Beginning To Spell

Author : Rebecca Treiman
ISBN : 0195362837
Genre : Education
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This groundbreaking study on the psycholinguistics of spelling presents the author's original empirical research on spelling and supplies the theoretical framework necessary to understand how children's ability to write is related to their ability to speak a language. The author explores areas in a field dominated by work traditionally concerned with the psychodynamics of reading skills and, in so doing, highlights the importance of learning to spell for both psycholinguists and educators, since as they begin to spell, children attempt to represent the phonological, or sound form, of words. The study of children's spelling can shed light on the nature of phonological systems and can illuminate the way sounds are organized into larger units, such as syllables and words. Research on children's spelling leads directly to an understanding of the way phonological knowledge is acquired and how phonological systems change with the development of reading and writing ability. In addition to this insight concerning cognitive processes, the findings presented here have implications for how spelling should be taught and why some writing systems are easier to master than others. The work will interest a wide range of cognitive and developmental psychologists, psycholinguists, and educational psychologists, as well as linguists and educators interested in psycholinguistics.
Category: Education

Making The Most Of The Web In Your Classroom

Author : Timothy D. Green
ISBN : 9781412915748
Genre : Education
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The authors show how to use Web tools to enhance learning, and discuss student safety, appropriate “netiquette”, legal considerations, and ISTE NETS technology and content standards.
Category: Education

Bold Words

Author : Rajini Srikanth
ISBN : 0813529662
Genre : Fiction
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A century of Asian American writing has generated a forceful cascade of "bold words." This anthology covers writings by Asian Americans in all genres, from the early twentieth century to the present. Some sixty authors of Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Korean, South Asian, and Southeast Asian American origin are represented, with an equal split between male and female writers. The collection is divided into four sections-memoir, fiction, poetry, and drama-prefaced by an introductory essay from a well-known practitioner of that genre: Meena Alexander on memoir, Gary Pak on fiction, Eileen Tabios on poetry, and Roberta Uno on drama. The selections depict the complex realities and wide range of experiences of Asians in the United States. They illuminate the writers' creative responses to issues as diverse as resistance, aesthetics, biculturalism, sexuality, gender relations, racism, war, diaspora, and family. Rajini Srikanth teaches at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She is the coeditor of the award-winning anthology Contours of the Heart: South Asians Map North America and the collection A Part, Yet Apart: South Asians in Asian America. Esther Y. Iwanaga teaches Asian American literature and literature-based writing courses at Wellesley College and the University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Category: Fiction

Action

Author : John Kundert-Gibbs
ISBN : 0470596058
Genre : Computers
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In order to bring a character to life, it is beneficial for animators to have a solid understanding of acting principles, and this book examines the important skills behind the artistry of creating animated characters. With a particular emphasis on a character’s motions and movement, this unique resource covers the basic elements of acting for CG animation and then progresses to more advanced topics such as internal intent and motivation. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Category: Computers

The Structure And Dynamics Of Networks

Author : Mark Newman
ISBN : 9780691113579
Genre : Mathematics
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From the Internet to networks of friendship, disease transmission, and even terrorism, the concept--and the reality--of networks has come to pervade modern society. But what exactly is a network? What different types of networks are there? Why are they interesting, and what can they tell us? In recent years, scientists from a range of fields--including mathematics, physics, computer science, sociology, and biology--have been pursuing these questions and building a new "science of networks." This book brings together for the first time a set of seminal articles representing research from across these disciplines. It is an ideal sourcebook for the key research in this fast-growing field. The book is organized into four sections, each preceded by an editors' introduction summarizing its contents and general theme. The first section sets the stage by discussing some of the historical antecedents of contemporary research in the area. From there the book moves to the empirical side of the science of networks before turning to the foundational modeling ideas that have been the focus of much subsequent activity. The book closes by taking the reader to the cutting edge of network science--the relationship between network structure and system dynamics. From network robustness to the spread of disease, this section offers a potpourri of topics on this rapidly expanding frontier of the new science.
Category: Mathematics

So A Child Understands

Author : Gary R. McCree
ISBN : 9781449743109
Genre : Religion
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This book is the result of a difficult year with time to reflect on life, one life, how it got here, and where it chooses to go. A compilation of thoughts, poems, and short stories, with the hope to shed a little light on a path to a better life.
Category: Religion