Don't Forget to Write

Don't Forget to Write
Title Don't Forget to Write PDF eBook
Author Sara Goodman Confino
Publisher Lake Union Publishing
Pages 0
Release 2023-09
Genre Fiction
ISBN 9781662512223

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In 1960, a young woman discovers a freedom she never knew existed in this exhilarating, funny, and emotional novel by the bestselling author of She's Up to No Good. When Marilyn Kleinman is caught making out with the rabbi's son in front of the whole congregation, her parents ship her off to her great-aunt Ada for the summer. If anyone can save their daughter's reputation, it's Philadelphia's strict premier matchmaker. Either that or Marilyn can kiss college goodbye. To Marilyn's surprise, Ada's not the humorless septuagenarian her mother described. Not with that platinum-blonde hair, Herm├Ęs scarf, and Cadillac convertible. She's sharp, straight-talking, takes her job very seriously, and abides by her own rules...mostly. As the summer unfolds, Ada and Marilyn head for the Jersey shore, where Marilyn helps Ada scope out eligible matches--for anyone but Marilyn, that is. Because if there's one thing Marilyn's learned from Ada, it's that she doesn't have to settle. With the school year quickly approaching and her father threatening to disinherit her, Marilyn must make her choice for her future: return to the comfortable life she knows, or embrace a risky, unknown path on her own.




The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, Volume 1

The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, Volume 1
Title The Papers of Ulysses S. Grant, Volume 1 PDF eBook
Author Ulysses Simpson Grant
Publisher SIU Press
Pages 510
Release
Genre
ISBN 9780809302482

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Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Student's Book

Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Student's Book
Title Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Student's Book PDF eBook
Author Randi Reppen
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Pages 487
Release 2012-01-23
Genre Foreign Language Study
ISBN 0521142938

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Grammar and Beyond is a four-level North American grammar course informed by a collection of over one billion words of authentic language, ensuring that students learn grammar the way it is used in real spoken and written English. The series places special emphasis on grammar for writing. CEF: B2-C1.




Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Student's Book B

Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Student's Book B
Title Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Student's Book B PDF eBook
Author Randi Reppen
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Pages 266
Release 2012-03-12
Genre Foreign Language Study
ISBN 0521143071

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Based on extensive research, Grammar and Beyond ensures that students study accurate information about grammar and apply it in their own speech and writing. This is the second half of Student's Book, Level 1. The Student's Book is the main component of Grammar and Beyond. In each unit, students study the grammar in a realistic text and through charts and notes informed by a billion-word corpus of authentic language. The exercises provide practice in reading, writing, listening, and speaking, making this a complete course. Students learn to avoid common mistakes, based on an extensive corpus of learner language. Each unit concludes with a Grammar for Writing section, in which students apply the grammar in an extended writing task.




English Unlimited Elementary A Combo with DVD-ROMs (2)

English Unlimited Elementary A Combo with DVD-ROMs (2)
Title English Unlimited Elementary A Combo with DVD-ROMs (2) PDF eBook
Author Alex Tilbury
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Pages 129
Release 2013-07-18
Genre Foreign Language Study
ISBN 1107698847

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English Unlimited is a six-level (A1 to C1) goals-based course for adults. Centred on purposeful, real-life objectives, it prepares learners to use English independently for global communication. Through universal topics and activities, and a focus on intercultural competence as a 'fifth skill', this international coursebook helps learners become more sensitive, more effective communicators. Teaching natural, dependable language, and with CEFR goals at its core, it brings real life into the classroom and gives learners the skills and strategies to communicate confidently outside it. The 'Explore' sections provide the extra ingredients for enhancing communicative ability, from further development of speaking skills to independent learning strategies. The English Unlimited Elementary A Combo includes Coursebook units Intro to 7 as well as the e-Portfolio and Self-Study DVD-ROM.




Migrant Letters

Migrant Letters
Title Migrant Letters PDF eBook
Author Marcelo J. Borges
Publisher Routledge
Pages 446
Release 2019-10-23
Genre History
ISBN 1351361589

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The migrant letter, whether written by family members, lovers, friends, or others, is a document that continues to attract the attention of scholars and general readers alike. What is it about migrant letters that fascinates us? Is it nostalgia for a distant, yet desired past? Is it the consequence of the eclipse of letter-writing in an age of digital communication technologies? Or is it about the parallels between transnational experiences in previous mass migrations and in the current globalized world, and the centrality of interpersonal relations, mobility, and communication, then and now? Influenced by methodologies from diverse disciplines, the study of migrant letters has developed in myriad directions. Scholars have examined migrant letters through such lenses as identity and self-making, family relations, gender, and emotions. This volume contributes to this discussion by exploring the connection between the practice of letter writing and the emotional, economic, familial, and gendered experiences of men and women separated by migration. It combines theoretical and empirical discussions which illuminate a variety of historical experiences of migrants who built transnational lives as they moved across Europe, Africa, Latin America, and the United States. This volume was originally published as a special issue of The History of Family.




Getting the Buggers to Write

Getting the Buggers to Write
Title Getting the Buggers to Write PDF eBook
Author Sue Cowley
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Pages 245
Release 2010-07-15
Genre Education
ISBN 1441147047

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A fully up-dated second edition of Sue Cowley's wonderfully accessible guide to helping teachers develop writing strategies for children in the classroom. The new edition contains three new chapters: two on writing in elementary and high schools and a third on developing writing strategies in different subjects. With the practicality, humour and optimism that characterize all her teaching and writing, Sue Cowley guides colleagues through all the stages of teaching writing-from motivating students to want to write through helping them shape, structure and correct their work.