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by Judy Hochberg
<i>.Por qu.? 101 Questions about Spanish </i>is for anyone who wants to understand how Spanish really works. Standard textbooks and grammars describe the what of Spanish - its vocabulary, grammar, spelling, and pronunciation - but <i>.Por ...
An interactive first word book for English speakers to learn their first French words. Ages: 3+ there are a hundred French word and picture stickers to match up, which will help reinforce the learning of 100 everyday words. WARNING! Not ...
The Essential Reference
by The Hiro Japanese Center The Hiro Japanese Center
<p><i>600 Basic Japanese Verbs </i>is a handy, easy-to-use guide to one of the building blocks of language learning—verbs. This book will come to the rescue as it shows learners how to conjugate the 600 most common Japanese verbs quickly, and ...
by David Crystal
With a language disappearing every two weeks and neologisms springing up almost daily, an understanding of the origins and currency of language has never seemed more relevant. In this charming volume, a narrative history written explicitly for a
by Raymond Borde
<div>This first book published on film noir established the genre--a classic, at last in translation.</div> ...
by Running Press
Traditional Middle Eastern Tales Presented in English and Arabic
by Hezi Brosh
<p>The traditional stories of a country are invaluable at providing insight into understanding the culture, history and language of a people. The sixty-six stories found in Arabic Stories for Language Learners present the vocabulary and grammar ...
Learn to Speak Everyday Japanese in 10 Carefully Structured Lessons
by Samuel Martin
A user-friendly book that works equally well in a classroom setting or as a self study text, <i>Basic Japanese</i> takes a different approach from other language books, emphasizing the structure of the language rather than vocabulary. By ...
Why Libraries Matter More Than Ever in the Age of Google
by John Palfrey
by Paul Anthony Jones
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Volume 1 - Characters 1-349, HSK Elementary Level
by Jun Yang
To be fluent in Chinese means knowing about 3,000 characters. This fact alone summarizes the challenges of learning Chinese! To succeed in studying Chinese characters, there are 3 secrets: learners need to begin with the most useful characters, ...
Volume 2 - Characters 350-621, HSK Intermediate Level
by Philip Yungkin Lee
To be fluent in Chinese means recognizing about 2,000 characters and being able to write 1,000 of them from memory. This fact summarizes one of the major challenges in learning Chinese! To succeed in studying the language, there are three ...
Mastering Conversational Chinese
by Yi Ren
Chinese is fascinating and learnable, and this friendly approach to the basics helps you understand the language by comparing and contrasting it with something you already know: English. This book is for people who want a grasp of how to speak ...
Investigating an emerging field within translation studies, <i>Community Translation</i> addresses the specific context, characteristics and needs of translation in and for communities. Traditional classifications in the fields of discourse and ...
by Samuel Fanous
by Ian Roderick
Making a new contribution to the developing field of multimodal critical discourse studies, Ian Roderick's book demonstrates how technologies that tend to be widely represented as innovative, or as simple pragmatic solutions, are always anchored
Speak Arabic with Confidence
by Fethi Mansouri
<i>Essential Arabic</i> presents the practical language of everyday interactions, conveyed in a way that’s clear, concise, accessible and enjoyable. It includes fundamental sentences used when meeting people, starting conversations, and asking ...
Speak Vietnamese with Confidence!
by Phan Van Giuong
<p><i>Essential Vietnamese</i> presents the practical language of everyday interactions, conveyed in a way that’s clear, concise, accessible and enjoyable. It includes fundamental sentences used when meeting people, starting conversations, and ...
A Short History of a Global Language
by Simon Horobin
by Stanley Fish
“The wish to escape argument is really the wish to escape language, which is really the wish to escape politics, and is finally the wish to escape mortality-and it won't matter a whit.”Ever wonder how gay marriage became accepted ...