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  • Homer, in all probability, knew no rules of rhetoric, and was not tortured with the consideration of grammatical construction, and yet his verse will endure through time. If everybody possessed the genius of Homer, rules and cautions in writing would be unnecessary. To-day all men speak, and most men write, but it is observed that those who most closely follow Homer's method of writing without rules are most unlike Homer in the results. The ancient bard was a law unto himself; we need rules for our guidance.

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  • The purpose of this book is to help students develop agriculture four languages skills and ability to use knowledge of the language in their communication topics of their expertise as well. The book consists of 15 units, each of which is divided into two parts: one part is presented in the classroom, part B is a self-study at home. The activities in each unit is designed for students to practice in the context of real life, can make the target language more authentic.

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  • The problem with conventional textbooks is that they often have the following goals. 1. They want readers to be able to use functional and polite Japanese as quickly as possible. 2. They don't want to scare readers away with terrifying Japanese script and Chinese characters. 3. They want to teach you how to say English phrases in Japanese. Traditionally with romance languages such as Spanish, these goals presented no problems or were nonexistent due to the similarities to English.

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  • The present performance is, so far as the end could be reached, the fulfillment of a design, formed about twenty-seven years ago, of one day presenting to the world, if I might, something like a complete grammar of the English language;--not a mere work of criticism, nor yet a work too tame, indecisive, and uncritical; for, in books of either of these sorts, our libraries already abound;--not a mere philosophical investigation of what is general or universal in grammar, nor yet a minute detail of what forms only a part of our own philology; for either of these plans falls very far short of ...

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  • Of making many English grammars there is no end; nor should there be till theoretical scholarship and actual practice are more happily wedded. In this field much valuable work has already been accomplished; but it has been done largely by workers accustomed to take the scholar's point of view, and their writings are addressed rather to trained minds than to immature learners. To find an advanced grammar unencumbered with hard words, abstruse thoughts, and difficult principles, is not altogether an easy matter.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'comprehension and syntax', giáo dục - đào tạo, sau đại học - mba phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The undersigned, in behalf of the Young People's Institute, hasten to present to you the followingResolutions, together with their personal thanks, for the Lectures you have delivered before them, on the Philosophy of Language. The uncommon degree of interest, pleasure and profit, with which you have been listened to, is conclusive evidence, that whoever possesses taste and talents to comprehend and appreciate the philosophy of language, which you have so successfully cultivated, cannot fail to attain a powerful influence over the minds of his audience. ...

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  • I have throughout adhered to the deductive method, that is, I do not set any exercise before the student, except on points previously explained. I have always regarded as mischievous the system of setting exercises beyond the knowledge of the student, and in which one-half of the words are translated ; these may be called exercises in writing, rather than exercises on grammar, and in doing them the student often loses sight of the very points the grammarian wishes to elucidate .

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  • Newnham College. Author of A Fourteenth Century Biblical Version; &c. A. C. S. Algernon Charles Swinburne. See biographical article: Swinburne, Algernon C. A. F. P. Albert Frederick Pollard, M.A., F.R.Hist.Soc. Beaumont Fletcher. Balnaves; Barnes, and Professor of English History in the University of Robert; Bilney. London. Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford. Assistant Editor of the Dictionary of National Biography, 1893-1901.

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  • Nothing so quickly or so certainly reveals the character of our culture and early associations as our speech. The persistence of habits formed in youth, especially bad habits of pronunciation, is well known, and the correction of such faults in adult life is a matter of considerable care and effort. This manual has been prepared for practical use in the school-room and for the use of families and individuals who value a correct pronunciation of the English language. Several important features of this manual have justified its preparation. ...

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  • THE ROYAL SCHOOL SERIES Highroads of Geography Illustrated by Masterpieces of the following artists:— J. M. W. Turner, F. Goodall, E. A. Hornel, Talbot Kelly, W. Simpson, Edgar H. Fisher, J. F. Lewis, T. H. Liddell, Cyrus Cuneo, &c. Introductory Book— Round the World with Father 1916 .That's where Daddy is! (From the painting by J. Snowman.) .CONTENTS. 1. Good-bye to Father, 2. A Letter from France, 3. In Paris, 4. On the Way to Egypt, 5. A Letter from Egypt, 6. Children of Egypt, 7. Through the Canal, 8. Amongst the Arabs.—I., 9. Amongst the Arabs.—II., 10.

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  • BACONTHORPE [Bacon, Baco, Bacconius], JOHN (d. 1346), known as "the Resolute Doctor," a learned Carmelite monk, was born at Baconthorpe in Norfolk. He seems to have been the grandnephew of Roger Bacon (Brit. Mus. Add. MS. 19. 116). Brought up in the Carmelite monastery of Blakeney, near Walsingham, he studied at Oxford and Paris, where he was known as "Princeps" of the Averroists. Renan, however, says that he merely tried to justify Averroism against the charge of heterodoxy. In 1329 he was chosen twelfth provincial of the English Carmelites.

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  • I would like to thank all my friends and colleagues who helped me edit, fact-check and prepare this book for publication. I sincerely hope I don't forget anyone. Thank you Ouazzani Chahdi Mouhcine for helping me find hundreds of great jokes in darija and for reading and correcting my Arabic transcriptions. Thank you Steve Jones, Mark Renfroe, and Doug Clark for reading my draft manuscript and making incredibly useful comments during the editing process.

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  • The present inquiry is the outcome of a request to write an article on “Atheism” for a projected dictionary of the religious history of classical antiquity. On going through the sources I found that the subject might well deserve a more comprehensive treatment than the scope of a dictionary would allow. It is such a treatment that I have attempted in the following pages. A difficulty that occurred at the very beginning of the inquiry was how to define the notion of atheism. Nowadays the term is taken to designate the attitude which denies every idea of God. Even...

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  • A Brief Social Media Dictionary for the Extreme Beginner This just includes a few key words and is not meant to be exhaustive by any means. A Avatar - an avatar is usually an image that represents a person – yes, just like the movie but it represents a person online. B Bitly – when you tweet you can only use 140 characters so this free service will shorten your website addresses. www.bitly.com Blog is a word created from the two words: “web log.” It’s like an online diary and the entries are usually displayed in reverse-chronological order. C...

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  • This text was prepared from a 1920 edition of the book, hence the references to dates after 1916 in some places. Greek text has been transliterated within brackets "{}" using an Oxford English Dictionary alphabet table. Diacritical marks have been lost.

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  • The author, in placing this little book before the public, feels that in so doing he adds his mite to the useful and timely literature of the day. The ground has not been covered before, and all travelers in the Alaskan Peninsula will appreciate to its fullest extent the purpose of this work. The aborigines of this far away country have no written language, and this work aims to put before the traveler or trader a means of communication with this people which it is hoped will be of mutual benefit to both. Many years of residence in this...

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  • Introduction "Language nations" online Towards a "linguistic democracy" Encoding: from ASCII to Unicode First multilingual projects Online language dictionaries Learning languages online Minority languages on the web Multilingual encyclopedias .Localization and internationalization Machine translation Chronology Websites INTRODUCTION It is true that the internet transcends the limitations of time, distances and borders, but what about languages? Non-English-speaking internet users reached 50% in July 2000.

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  • The occupational and environmental safety and health professions have been on merging paths for several years now. Corporate "down-sizing" or "right-sizing" has resulted in a more streamlined approach to these once very diverse and quite separate disciplines. Although they both may now be practiced in tandem, often by the same individuals, each has evolved and developed as a separate area of study. As such, there are literally thousands of words, terms, and phrases that have specific meanings within their respective disciplines that may not always be clear and simple....

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  • BANKS, GEORGE LINNAEUS (1821-1881), British miscellaneous writer, was born at Birmingham on the 2nd of March 1821. After a brief experience in a variety of trades, he became at the age of seventeen a contributor to various newspapers, and subsequently a playwright, being the author of two plays, a couple of burlesques and several lyrics. Between 1848 and 1864 he edited in succession a variety of newspapers, including the Birmingham Mercury and the Dublin Daily Express, and published several volumes of miscellaneous prose and verse. He died in London on the 3rd of May 1881.

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