The easy way to brush up on your English skills Is it good or well? There, their, or they're? Some people don't have to think twice about using proper English, but for the rest of us it can get tricky and confusing.
Share in your students' success. Watch them excel in English. BIG ENGLISH prepares students for the challenges they will find in today's world:
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Charts new directions in the study of African-language literatures generally, and isiZulu fiction in particular. Mhlambi proposes that African popular arts and culture models be considered as a logical solution to the debates and challenges informing discourses about expressive forms in African languages.
Basics of Biblical Greek (BBG) third edition uses feedback from professors, students, and homeschooling parents to continue offering an innovative and integrated approach to teaching and learning New Testament Greek. BBG makes learning Greek a natural process, and shows how an understanding of Greek helps in understanding the New Testament.
The Macmillan Graded Readers series is one of the most popular simplified readers for learners of English. The information is carefully controlled, with pictures to help explain some of the difficult words and phrases. This brilliant book for starter-level students describes a girls desire to leave her work and go to school.
Los Alamos, 1944. A World War is being fought. In the American desert the race is on to build an atomic bomb. The fate of the world is at stake, in more ways than one. The Seventh Doctor arrives, posing as a nuclear scientist, Ace is his driver and research assistant.
The boys help to find Auntie's watch in the garden, helped by a "pungu-pungu" (chrysalis). The "Hop, Step, Jump" series moves on from stories told in simple sentences with basic grammatical structures, through freer use of language to the level of reading reached at the end of primary school.