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Falconers Marine Dictionary

   Well, this one is a rarity - the purely classic universal dictionary of the maritime terminology which is a thorough explanation of the various technical phrases/terms usually employed in the fields of construction, machinery, equipment, movements, military, and naval operations of marine vessels, together with such parts of navigation and astronomy science, as will be considered very useful to practical navigators. The subject book is illustrated with a variety of contemporary designs in shipping, supplemented with separate views of the sails, masts, rigging, etc. In fact, this vocabulary of french sea phrases was collected from the very best authorities, and it was originally compiled by William Falconer, who is the author of the famous "Shipwreck", now much enlarged and modernized by William Burney. This comprehensive marine terminology dictionary was first released more than two centuries ago, in 1813, and was initially designed as a reference source to be used by ship navigators, naval architects and shipbuilders. Nearly eight hundred pages provide valuable technical data related to the ship construction, ship navigation, legal and historical info, weaponry etc., supplemented with the informative illustrations and tables providing additional data.

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Concise Dictionary of Engineering

   Here is the essential reference book defining the most commonly used terminology and principles usually found in various engineering papers and drawings from various fields. All of them have been explained in this publication in a very plain and unambiguous English. The purpose of the book was also to distinguish how some engineering terms take on different meanings in different contexts, and this is of course critically important when people start working on collaborative projects with many colleagues and diverse elements. The book provides general technical definitions of various engineering-specific terms. It clarifies all most popular technical terminology usually misused/intermixed and may serve as a very handy reference for all engineers; in addition, this publication provides a reference materials collected from the recognized and authoritative sources, including various standards and commercial specs. Ron Hanifan, who is the author of this book, did his best to span a range of engineering disciplines covered by this publication so that it could include electrical and mechanical engineering as well as materials. It will be ideal for engineers, students and any other people who require due understanding of the engineering language.

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Flash on English for Transport and Logistics

   Let us introduce an excellent training pack developed by Ernest D'Acunto. It consists of the booklet and a set of audio files intended to help readers improve and control their pronunciation. The book itself has been divided into eleven chapters. The opening chapter of the booklet checks what is the English language for transport and logistics while the second chapter s dedicated to the knots and how to tie them properly. The other chapters cover various fields of transport and logistics, including nomenclature of various parts of the vessel, including dimensions, hull materials, construction techniques, navigation etc. There is a separate chapter dealing with the various positioning tools, namely radars and GPS systems. Moreover, there are chapters on the weather prediction tools, meteorology, intermodal freight transport, oil tankers, handling of goods and passengers, safety regulations, safety signs and legislation, and so many other aspects of transportation (note, however, that the terminology dealt with in the book is not limited to sea transportation). There is one additional file included in the pack, containing answer keys to all exercises and transcripts.

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If I Was You... And A Lot More Grammar Mistakes You Might Be Making

   Every time we start to write something, we’re setting off on an unknown journey across that big blank computer screen or piece of paper. We usually have a pretty good idea of where we are and where we want to get to. It’s the part in between that can be scary. This is where knowing the basic rules of English grammar and spelling helps. The rules are like signposts at key junctions telling you which way to turn. They help keep you from getting lost and confused amid the strange jungle that is the English language. That’s why you’re holding this book. You don’t need an exhaustive compilation of all the rules and regulations of our mother tongue. Instead, you want something that’s concise and practical—a kind of pocket atlas you can pull out and consult when you feel you’ve lost your way. Each of the entries in this book starts with a common mistake. We discuss why the sample sentence is wrong, what point of grammar it illustrates, and how to fix it. Don’t worry if a lot of these mistakes sound familiar to you. We’re here to help you get your grammar in order and clean up any errors. In the end, you’ll have a nice, clear, well-lit, well-signed road in front of you. You can read the book from beginning to end, but it may be more helpful if you use the index to look up the specific problems about which you have questions. For further information, we’ve also included a list of resources. So open your atlas, turn on your GPS, and let’s set out on our journey. Everything’s going to be all right now!

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CVs, Resumes and LinkedIn - A Guide to Professional English

   This book will definitely be very useful for both students and professionals. The material provided in the publication is based on interviews conducted with the HR managers and recruiters, and analysis performed of numerous CVs in more than forty countries. The author has structured the book as a series of FAQs. This publication will teach the readers how the submitted CVs are usually analyzed by HR workers, how to present the personal details and write an executive summary, state the dates, highlights languages, write references - in short, how to prepare a good CV. The readers will also get to know how to write a good cover/reference letter, make a perfect LinkedIn profile etc. In the last part of the publication some templates are provided.  Note that it is aimed to both native and non-native speakers. The efforts made by the author have resulted in a serious of valuable guidelines on how a good CV and associated cover letter shall look. All of the examples included in this publication were taken from real CVs and cover/reference letters, only personal details/dates and layout have been changed; note, however, that they shall not be treated as the objective rules. Each of the chapters ends with a short summary.

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The Sailors Word Book

   Let us introduce a famous and classic book written by Admiral William Henry Smith. It will let landlubbers get easily familiarized with marine terminology. For example, many people may be surprised to find out that at sea a sheet is made of rope and not cloth. Even experienced mariners may discover some new meanings for everyday words in the present unique nautical reference book. It was first released so many years ago, in 1867. This comprehensive dictionary includes more than 14000 sailing terms. This latest edition of the dictionary will be equally useful for yachting enthusiasts, fans of nautical fiction, naval history buffs and all people who like the sea. The book is a sort of alphabetical digest of the maritime terms. The author of the publication has defined the marine terms and nautical terms, including not-so-common terminology, and added some terms that, though appear now to be obsolete, are still there even in the contemporary books. Without any doubt, we can recommend this book to anyone - it will enrich the vocabulary of marine industry professionals, and even will be interesting even to the general readers who may find there the descriptions of the terms that they may meet when reading nautical works or other related books.

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ASTM Dictionary of Engineering Science & Technology

   All technical definitions that have been included into the present ASTM compilation of the terms are standard definitions that have been published in the terminology standards. This is the latest tenth edition of the dictionary prepared by ASTM International and sponsored by ASTM Committee no. E02 on Terminology. The book would allow all readers to reference technical terminology developed by different ASTM Committees. It is also intended to facilitate the comparison of technical definitions that have been created by technical subject experts in many different disciplines. There are all almost thirty thousand standard technical definitions contained in the present edition, i.e. over seven thousand new terms when compared to the previous edition. You will easily get the proper explanation of the technical terminology not commonly found in most technical dictionaries. It makes better and much faster use of the standards developed and released by ASTM, and let the reader know how the given technical fields use the terms. Each of the definitions contained in this dictionary was written with the professionals active in their field and reflects the sense in which it is used; it also provides the proper designation of the standard in which the term is being referenced and Committee that worked on the standard and developed it.

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The Seafaring Dictionary

   The initial declared purpose of the present publication was to bring together a whole range of nautical info. In fact, such amount of information would require a separate library. The book is a mixture of factual technical information and lexicology, together with wild superstition - it covers not only what seamen say, but also what they believe and think, and how seafarers describe their equipment; it shows what laws and traditions determine how the seamen do their job. We all know that navigable waters cover more than seventy of the Earth's surface and, until last century, world's oceans were the only possible option for any intercontinental travel. Even today, when airlines are taking over passenger traffic, the vessels still carry almost whole world's trade, which is rapidly expanding trade. That is why it is not that surprising that a huge part of the history has been written on the oceans; you must have already noted that so many words used nowadays, have nautical origins. Though most of them are English words, centuries ago they might be French words. This book is the compendium of nearly nine thousand terms taken from different sources of maritime terminology. Some of the entries are brief, but others have been supplemented with additional information.

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English Vocabulary in Use - Elementary

   This is the revised and significantly updated release of the best-selling book, prepared by Michael McCarthy and Felicity O'Dell with the intention to assist readers in building their new vocabulary. It contains 1,250 new words/phrases for readers to learn. They can be found on the left-hand page of each unit. Every new word or phrase is presented in in a sentence, has a picture, or is used in a conversation, or is provided with the description. And, on the right-hand page readers will find interesting aimed to help them practice using the newly learnt words. This book may be used either with or without a teacher. There are keys to exercises provided at the end oа the book. Regardless of whether the vocabulary is used in class or at home, it covers all words and phrases most of the users need at Elementary level in order to understand and to be understood. The book contains sixty units of vocabulary reference and practice; it is divided into nine chapters, namely learner training, everyday verbs, people, words and grammar, at home, the world, workplace and school, social issues and leisure. Though most f the users of this book already know some hundreds of words in English, they still need at least a couple of thousand to be able to fluently speak English in everyday situations without experiencing any problems.

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The Engineering Language - A Consolidation of the Words and Their Definitions

   Ronald Hanifan, who is the author of the present publication, made his best trying to provide as many as possible common words as well as terminology used throughout the engineering community together with their definitions. These words are commonly approved and recognized definitions extracted from appropriate sources such as specifications, standards, handbooks, and consolidated into single volume. Please note that it is critically important to have a clear understanding of the definitions being in use use in engineering because often terms, words and their meanings get misapplied or intermixed. Many of them are used in various engineering documents, drawings, communications, contracts, technical orders, technical manuals, specifications and purchase orders, as well as all numerous documents relating to the engineering field. As these words form some kind of legal agreement, when there are used improperly, this may easily result in repercussions. Notes on engineering documents, such as drawings, must be written in concise and short statements with shortest words and phrases to convey the intended meaning. When words or terms are used properly, the intended meaning will be fully and properly understood by the reader. But, should the words or terms be applied incorrectly, this may be disastrous.

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Writing with Power - Techniques for Mastering the Writing Process

   When I wrote the first edition of this book, I wanted to cram a lot into it. Cookbook became my metaphor: a collection of everything I could think of that was useful and tasty—and set out in self-contained chapters that readers could use in any sequence they want. But now, I see certain coherences I didn't see then. I see first what commentators also noticed most: my so-called "romantic" approach, that is, my emphasis on freewriting, chaos, not planning, mystery, magic, and the intangible. I am still singing this tune. "Just write, trust, don't ask too many questions, go with it. Put your effort into experiencing the tree you want to describe, not on thinking about which words to use. Don't put your attention on quality or critics. Just write." This is the je ne sais quoi dimension of writing. I always want to talk about what cannot quite be analyzed: the sense of voice in writing, the sense of a writer's presence on the page, the quality that makes a reader actually see or experience what you are saying. That is why I use so much indirection and metaphor. I have designed this book so you can either read it straight through or else skip around. That is, I have arranged it in what seems to me the most logical order; you will find some cumulative benefits from reading it in the normal sequence. But I have also made each section and chapter fairly complete in itself so you can thread your own path and find the chapters you need for your particular writing tasks or for your own particular temperament or skills. By reading Section I and the short introductions to the remaining five sections, you will get a good sense of how the whole book works. In addition, almost every chapter ends with a short summary or section of advice which you can consult for more information about what the chapter treats.

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Spoken English - A Self-Learning Guide to Conversation Practice

   A course in spoken English language may be presented in either "what to say" or "how to say" form. As a rule, the first of the forms usually focuses on English conversation and teaches how to ask questions, get things done, make requests, express greetings, apologies, farewells, thanks, etc. And the "how to say" form of course deals mostly with English pronunciation and aims to teach the reader the proper pronunciation of English words, phrases and sentences. Most of the books on spoken English belong to one or the other of these two kinds. This publication, however, deals with spoken English language in both aspects at the same time. This book consists of twenty units, with each of them beginning with a conversation or dialogue - they are to be read carefully by the students before proceeding to the main material of the unit. In fact, this publication is mainly addressed to the students of English who are familiar with the general structure of this language but experience difficulties with communication, and speaking in particular. No other pre-qualification is required. The aim of this volume is to improve the pronunciation of the learners as well as their colloquial usage making it a bit easier for them to communicate effectively.

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The Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar

   We are very glad to introduce a new, easily accessible and pretty straightforward guidance to the terminology of English grammar. This publication released by Oxford has been prepared by three world recognized grammar experts and contains more than 1600 useful and informative entries, with most of them being provided with very clear and comprehensive, but yet concise definitions, supplemented with sample sentences for better understanding. This is the second release of the publication, which has been revised and significantly updated in comparison with the first one; particular attention has been paid by the authors to the sample sentences mentioned above. There are more than a hundred of new entries covering the current terminology. The appendix contained in the last part of the book gives a list of useful web links. The book is well defined and perfectly illustrated. It shall be treated as the invaluable resource for English students and teachers, in fact anyone with the interest in grammar of the English language and with the intention to get a proper knowledge of grammar. We all know that grammar is the core, main important, part of any language - it means that every student of English must take it very seriously and concentrate on grammar.  

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Webster's New World Essential Vocabulary

   This book is designed for everyone who wish to improve their vocabulary. Regardless of how good your vocabulary is, this book will be of great use for you. The authors of this vocabulary grouped the main content of the publication into sets of words that have been taken from GRE and SAT examinations over the past 10 years, in total more than 1500 words. The book will be helpful even for the learners having very good vocabulary since it gives them a good opportunity to find out whether they really understand what the words they think they know mean and whether they can use them in a sentence in correct way. In fact, this book may be considered the only tool required for the learners to increase their vocabulary for communication or when preparing for tests, since it provides readers with the proper definitions of the terms, example sentences and other valuable information, for instance, some appendices are there dedicated to the foreign phrases, suffixes and prefixes. Moreover, the author has also included some self-tests so that the users could evaluate their understanding of the words and get the progress measured. This valuable resource will give you everything you need to speak, read and write better.

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130 Mistakes Students Do (Oh, Sorry) Make

   Literally all students of any discipline always make mistakes - and this is normal. In fact, the whole process of studying English language is a very good field for blunders and the author of this book has been committing them for many years. The publication presented to your attention consists of two big parts - the first one includes a number of correct and incorrect examples while in its second part Andrew Miles, the author, shows which of the examples presented there, are right - this non-standard approach made the publication very interesting to use. It will be very useful for students willing to improve their language skills and let them make less mistakes when speaking and/or writing. The book has been divided into two parts. The first half of the book contains correct and incorrect examples, while the second part of the publication shows which of the examples are correct. We would recommend this publication to people who are working on their grammar and believe that it will allow them to significantly reduce the number of mistakes they make. Note that the book is perfect for self-study; however, it is also excellent for use in the classroom. Make this booklet your handbook and you will not be disappointed with the result.

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NTC's Dictionary of Easily Confused Words

   This Dictionary is a good, complete and practical reference of most common mistakes made in English usage; the material provided in it is supplemented with numerous informative examples. Apart from the introductory part and dictionary itself, the publication includes a good Pronunciation Guide. The book will be perfect when used as a reference guide since it will allow users to better understand the words that are usually very confusing and get to know how and where to use them properly. The arrangement of the dictionary is alphabetical. The cross-references permit readers to locate every single word much quicker and easier, saving time. The pronunciation key supplements every word included in the dictionary. As a result, the volume helps readers to find the words and also to discover what is their correct pronunciation, understand their meaning and proper use. The dictionary was designed with the intention of the author to assist readers in mastering the confusing words, and offer them clear and practical guidance. The phonetic transcription in IPA symbols will also help them better recognize words. An excellent choice for the students of the intermediate/advanced levels, who are studying English as a second (non-native) language. Take some time going through this book.

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The Official Guide to the Revised General GRE Test

   This is the official edition of the book intended to help people learning English in preparation to GRE exam. It was released by Educational Testing Services just two years ago, so all the contents is very fresh and up-to-date. The book is divided into following parts - About the GRE revised General Test; GRE Analytical Writing; GRE Verbal Reasoning and Practice Questions; GRE Quantitative Reasoning and Practice Questions; GRE Math Review; GRE Practice Tests 1 & 2 together with Answers to them and necessary Explanations. This publication is a must-have book for anyone studying English language and wishing to get higher score when passing a GRE examination. Try and spend some time every day working on this book and you will succeed. This is the best choice to people looking for the good and authoritative guidance to the GRE test.  The publication provides readers with the four complete and real tests, numerous (in fact, hundreds) of test questions, descriptions of the quantitative and verbal reasoning, overview of the analytical writing types - in fact, literally everything one needs to know about the GRE test - and, what is most important and valuable, note that all the information is coming straight from the makers of the test.

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How to Talk Like a Local

   When I first told friends that I was embarking on a project collecting British dialect, their first thought was often that I would meet a lot of lonely people. I confess I feared they might be right. The speakers whose gems I was looking for were sure to be the last ones standing, bearers of vanishing vocabularies that would never be replaced. For the word 'dialect' has become synonymous with decline, just as English, we are told, is destined to become monolithic, bland, and peppered with universal lines absorbed from TV and Internet chat rooms. It has been one of the nicest surprises of my career to learn just how wrong we were. That English is far from losing its edge I already knew — its golden age may even lie ahead of us still — but I accepted without question that it was different for dialect. Like most people I know; I believed that our local vocabularies are being ironed out at the same electric pace as new words are being coined, and for a much bigger audience than a particular neighbourhood. That what we now have is a general lexicon from which everyone, north and south, young and old, draws for expression. What I've discovered in the course of writing this book is that dialect is alive, well, and kicking hard. It's just doing so in new and different ways. Of course, thousands of beautiful and unmistakably local words are dying out; many have already done so. They are just as surely to be missed as the new* are to be celebrated. For the most part they belonged to a world now lost to us — one populated with horse-drawn ploughs, dockers and cotton workers, collieries and tin-mines. The lexicons of these and other industries are still there if you look hard enough, but as the need for them diminishes, so do the aural snapshots of the life they once so brilliantly described. Yet, over the 1,500 years of English's history, it was ever thus — words have come and gone (and often come back again) throughout, but the footprints they leave remain as telline as ever...

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English Business Letters

   We compiled this work on Business English having in mind the need of the students who have already mastered basic grammar, acquired a fair vocabulary with some idiom, and who now wish to apply his knowledge to the study of writing business letters in English. Therefore, we have given many examples of letters written in a clear, friendly, direct and positive style, keeping in mind needs of the students who require English for correspondence with English-speaking countries, and whose interest therefore lies mainly in import-export matters. In the present edition we have given 150 specimen letters as well as some 740 phrases and extracts from letters. No book of commercial correspondence could reproduce specimen letters in every style of expression used in commercial writing, but the carefully classified groups of phrases given will enable the student to build his own letters on the pattern of the specimens. Many of the letters have been presented in a very attractive and realistic style. Many of the letters presented in this release of the book in a realistic and attractive style, reflecting the latest revisions done by the authors to make it even more practical and useful when used as a guidance to writing business letters.

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What Not to Write - A Guide to the Dos and Don'ts of Good English

   This well-written and very useful book is intended to help people who are experiencing general difficulties with writing English being non-native speakers. All dos and don'ts have been arranged in alphabetical order for easier navigation, coupled with a comprehensive index and functional cross-references -what this means is that the users will have no any difficulties when searching for the answers. The book is also supplemented with some useful appendices like tips on writing and laying out a document, basic grammar notes etc. This entertaining guidance book packed with useful information was compiled based on the very long and brilliant experience of the author, Kay Sayce, in assisting people in producing documents in English. The publication addresses all awkward issues, such as the business English, acronyms, letter writing, American English language, clichés and jargon, quotations and hyphens, etc. The book shows that though there are rules and conventions, they shall rather be used as the basis on which the confidence to explore the whole versatility and richness of the English language shall be built. We would definitely recommend this reference to be used as a tool for any person, whose work involves using good written English, for instance, writers of the reports and other professional papers.

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Ship and Crew - Maritime english

   This training file was produced by the recognized professionals of the Marine Engineering Department of the world recognized entity. It is intended to assist the members of the ship crew and marine students in improving their maritime English skills. The publication consists of the five main parts. The first part, General Information on Ships, is mainly introductory and provides descriptions of vessels and their parts and ship nomenclature. In the second part of the book the descriptions of the main ship types are provided - bulk carriers, container vessels, oil tankers, chemical tankers, reefer ships, Ro-Ro ships, coasters (coastal trading vessels), heavy-lift vessels, general cargo ships, cruise ships, ferries, yachts, tugboats, offshore supply ships, crane ships, cable vessels, aircraft carriers, destroyers, corvettes, frigates, cruisers and even submarines. The next section is dedicated to the movements of ships at sea and degree of freedom - heave/pitch/surge/sway/yaw/roll. This part is, in turn, followed by the one addressing crew rules and routine activities. Finally, the closing section of the publication is mainly dedicated to the engine room watchkeeping. Have a look into this book and we do promise that it will help you to make your marine English better.

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The Big Book of English Verbs

   The grammar Big Book that you are now holding has been intended to provide more of the valuable information on the most important English verbs than any of the other books. It contains comprehensive usage patterns for one hundred fifty-two irregular verbs (all that you will probably encounter), plus four hundred and three of the most commonly used regular verbs: five hundred fifty-five English verbs in all, with more than fourteen thousand example sentences. The authors have used a very adequate approach and, as a result, the contents of the publication are presented in a way which is very easy for the readers to understand. Every single verb included in the book is identified as regular/irregular. According to the numerous customer reviews, the book is an excellent reference source providing the proper tense forms for the verbs, and correct grammatical presentation of the expressions using those verbs. The book is very comprehensive and may be used as the one-stop training resource. It also lists all complement types used by each of the verbs, together with the proper grammatical constructions of the phrasal verbs. The information provided in this book will definitely be very useful for any learner of English language.

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A Glossary of English Grammar

   Let us introduce a concise glossary of grammar terminology as well as expressions and words that are commonly used to describe the grammar. We should note that the author could have easily made the publication much bigger and intimidating. However, this would definitely take the author into dictionary making not glossary making, as it was intended; and, with the intention to avoid this, the author of the book has had to choose which of the terms are considered key ones and important enough to include in the glossary and, in turn, which terms could be excluded. Apart from the glossary itself, the book includes a list of useful books relating to grammar supplemented with the suggestions for further research. The book was prepared by one of the most distinguishing expert grammarians in the world and provides basic and simple info on grammatical terminology. All definitions provided by the author are very concise and clear, making the book wonderful to use. The remarkable efforts made by the author, Geoffrey Leech, resulted in this publication presenting a huge number of useful terms. The proper usage of such terminology can be a problem for the students and that is why there is a necessity for such sort of publication providing the accessible guidance with the focus made on the English language.

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The Grammar Cracker - Unlocking English Grammar

   Mary Iorio and Charles Beyer, authors of this book, have made an excellent attempt to unlock the important rules of the English grammar in a very simple and clear manner. The logical format of presentation of the material allows easy use of the book. All grammatical material included into this book has been presented in comprehensive and pretty direct terms. The authors have divided the book into eight part and included hundreds of exercises and informative examples plus notes making up the essence of this guidance.Here is a very brief contents of the booklet - Letters - alphabet, pronunciation, spelling, capitalization, shortcuts, exercises; Parts of a word and word analysis, syllables, exercises; Words - etymology, parts of speech, related words, exercises; Phrases, clauses, figures of speech, exercises; Elements of a sentence; Sentences - sentence classification, types of sentences, punctuation, exercises; More than a sentence; Essays, articles and books - theme, writing style, outlining, structure, proofreading/editing, exercises. The publication is very useful and valuable when used at all levels of learning, and can be used by both beginning and advanced students. 

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Common Errors in English

   Every single person trying to learn English language makes more or less same mistakes at start, and this book is primarily intended to show readers examples of such mistakes, how to correct and avoid them in the future. Paul Hancock, who is the author of the book, has included more than thee hundred of most frequently made mistakes - note that most of the mistakes shown in the book have been illustrated, so the reader can see what people really say when they make them! Such approach helps readers to properly understand why exactly they are wrong, and to stop making these mistakes. This book contains ten chapters which cover different areas like work, family, travel, education. Each of the chapters has five sections containing more than three hundred typical mistakes including grammar, prepositions and confused words, supplemented with the review exercises. The explanations of the mistakes provided in the publication are very simple and concise. Each of the pages can be studied on its own, and since the number of the examples contained on one page is not that large, readers are able to choose any page and are more than welcome to spend some minutes learning about those errors. You will learn much more by doing some quick study like this on the regular basis. Check a few mistakes every day and you will see how you begin to remember them. It will be very useful to anyone who wants to improve his English and avoid the mistakes.

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