Impact 1 Grammar Book

Author: CENGAGE Learning
Editor: National Geographic Learning
ISBN: 9781473763944
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Impact

Author: Lesley Koustaff
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ISBN: 9781337281065
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Impact helps teenage learners to better understand themselves, each other, and the world they live in.By encouraging self-expression, global citizenship, and active participation, Impact motivates students to explore who they are and who they want to be, all while learning English!

Impact 4 Grammar Book

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Editor: National Geographic Learning
ISBN: 9781473763975
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Impact Foundation

Author: Katherine Stannett
Editor: Impact (American English)
ISBN: 9781337624787
File Size: 54,53 MB
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Impact helps teenage learners to better understand themselves, each other, and the world they live in. By encouraging self-expression, global citizenship, and active participation, Impact motivates students to explore who they are and who they want to be, all while learning English!

Engaging With Aqa Gcse 9 1 History Elizabethan England C1568 1603 British Depth Study

Author: Dale Banham
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1510458883
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Exam board: AQA Level: GCSE Subject: History First teaching: September 2016 First exams: Summer 2018 Make AQA GCSE History more accessible, enjoyable and manageable. Based on his own experience of teaching the specification, renowned author Dale Banham knows how to cover the content with the right pace and depth, while also equipping students with the knowledge and 'complex thinking' skills required for exam success. Using the latest research on memory and visible learning, this textbook will help to raise attainment for students of all abilities. - Engage students with accessible routes into challenging topics: the text is broken down into bullet points and boxes, while stories about interesting people start each chapter, providing a memorable 'hook' for revision - Encourage students to take responsibility for their learning: tasks are structured around five 'steps to success', teaching students how to Research, Summarise, Connect, Apply and Review the content - Make learning stick: techniques such as interleaving, retrieval practice, dual coding and spaced practice help students to remember everything and use their knowledge effectively in the exams - Build top-grade skills: the higher-order thinking skills required to construct complex arguments and reach the upper levels of the AQA mark schemes are carefully modelled, with step-by-step advice - Improve exam results: practice questions, revision tips and guidance based on the examiners' reports are embedded throughout the book, alongside purposeful homework activities for each week - Cover the content in one term: a double-page spread for each lesson and a clear pathway through each unit focuses students on what they really need to know, leaving one final term for revision The five-term plan is provided FREE for teachers in the Free schemes of work and lesson resources (available on the Dynamic Learning platform), along with editable resources that support the tasks in the textbooks and guidance on using homework effectively.

Negation In Non Standard British English

Author: Lieselotte Anderwald
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134513844
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Despite the advances of radio and television and increasing mobility and urbanization, spoken English is by no means becoming more like the written standard. English dialect grammar, however, is still a new and relatively undeveloped area of research, and most studies to date are either restricted regionally, or based on impressionistic statements. This book provides the first thorough empirical study of the field of non-standard negation across Great Britain.

British English From A To Zed

Author: Norman W. Schur
Editor: Skyhorse
ISBN: 1626364672
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Whether you are traveling to Great Britain or just want to understand British popular culture, this unique dictionary will answer your questions. British English from A to Zed contains more than 5,500 British terms and their American equivalents, each with a short explanation of the term’s history and an example of its use. The appendixes provide valuable supplemental material with differences between British and American pronunciation, grammar, and spelling as well as terms grouped in specific areas such as currency, weight, and numbers. This dictionary will help you unravel the meanings of: • Berk (idiot) • Bevvied up (drunk) • Crisps (potato chips) • Erk (rookie) • To judder (to shake) • Noughts and crosses (tic-tac-toe) • And more! George Bernard Shaw famously said that the British and Americans were “two peoples separated by a common language.” This book bridges that gap.

The Impact Of World War One On Limerick

Author: Tadhg Moloney
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443858781
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This book examines the impact of World War One on the people of Limerick. It traces how recruitment, which was weak at the commencement of the war, increased locally after the leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party, John Redmond, issued his call for Irish nationalists and others to enlist, and, as the war progressed, how Sinn Féin separatists impinged on recruiting efforts. It also shows that the British War Office were unwitting contributors to the separatists’ cause by their ill-conceived actions that only assisted them in their political cause and anti-recruiting campaign. The book also tracks how the separatists gained considerably in both military and political strength locally through the inept policies that changed public support for the war effort, thereby paving the way for the Sinn Féin victory in the General Election of December 1918; thus giving credence to the author and poet Robert Graves’ description that Limerick had become a Sinn Féin-ridden town. Further to this, it demonstrates that, despite the best efforts of local capitalists to procure war work contracted out by the British War Office, only very little was achieved; the War Office ensuring that the vast array of such work was to remain in Britain. Some local capitalists did, of course, gain as a result of the war; these were notably those such as merchants and farmers who were in a position to provide Britain and her army with all the foodstuffs that she required. Those on low incomes, namely the working class who also provided the majority of recruits for the armed forces, were to suffer through the ever-increasing price rises. This book, therefore, reveals a complex scene where social and political alignments reflect much of what was happening nationally, but also had uniquely local characteristics.

Impact Of Culture On The Transfer Of Management Practices In Former British Colonies

Author: OLUSOJI JAMES GEORGE (BSc MSc MPhil Ph
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1456833774
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The Impact Of The English Civil War On The Economy Of London 1642 50

Author: Ben Coates
Editor: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 9780754601043
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The Impact of the English Civil War on the Economy of London, 1642-50 examines every sector of London's economy as it changed during the English Civil War. It also looks closely at the impact of war on the major pillars of the London economy, namely London's role in external and internal trade, and manufacturing in London. When the war broke out, London's economy was diverse and dynamic, closely connected through commercial networks with the rest of England and with Europe, Asia and North America. As such it was vulnerable to hostile acts by supporters of the king, both those at large in the country and those within the capital.

Perspectives On Corpus Linguistics

Author: Vander Viana
Editor: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027203539
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Perspectives on Corpus Linguistics is a collection of interviews with fourteen well-known researchers in the field of linguistics. Each interview consists of a set of ten questions: the first seven are common to all contributors while the last three are connected to the research experience of each guest. In the general questions, the invited scholars explore (sometimes controversial) topics such as the concept of representativeness, the role of intuition and the status of Corpus Linguistics. In the specific questions, they provide a thorough discussion of materials and methods in corpus research as well as theoretical and applied perspectives on the use of corpora in language studies. Whether experts or novices, the volume should be of interest to all those who want to learn about corpus linguistics and carry out research in this fascinating and growing area.

British Immigration To The United States 1776 1914

Author: William E van Vugt
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351222449
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This four-volume reset edition collects immigrants' letters, immigration guides, newspaper articles, county history biographies, and promotional and advisory pamphlets published by immigrants and travellers, land and railroad companies.

Varieties Of English

Author: Alexander Bergs
Editor: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110525046
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This volume is one of the first detailed expositions of the history of different varieties of English. It explores language variation and varieties of English from an historical perspective, covering theoretical topics such as diffusion and supraregionalization as well as concrete descriptions of the internal and external historical developments of more than a dozen varieties of English.

New Perspectives On Irish English

Author: Bettina Migge
Editor: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027249040
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This volume brings together current research by international scholars on the varieties of English spoken in Ireland. The papers apply contemporary theoretical and methodological approaches and frameworks to a range of topics. A number of papers explore the distribution of linguistic features in Irish English, including the evolution of linguistic structures in Irish English and linguistic change in progress, employing broadly quantitative sociolinguistic approaches. Pragmatic features of Irish English are explored through corpus linguistics-based analysis. The construction of linguistic corpora using written and recorded material form the focus of other papers, extending and analyzing the growing range of corpus material available to researchers of varieties of English, including diaspora varieties. Issues of language and identity in contemporary Ireland are explored in several contributions using both qualitative and quantitative methods. The volume will be of interest to linguists generally, and to scholars with an interest in varieties of English.

The Timing Of Voicing In British English Obstruents

Author: Gerard J. Docherty
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110134087
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Bombarded Britain

Author: Richard Stratford
Editor: World Scientific
ISBN: 1783261013
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This book describes a search for geological evidence of meteorite impact structures in Britain. The statistics of impact structures indicate that Britain should have Phanerozoic impact structures up to tens of kilometres in diameter. A constant theme is the importance of atmospheric break-up of small asteroids and comets. These fragmenting bodies produce anomalously shallow craters with low rims and central peaks; three British structures of this type are identified. Analysis of fireball statistics implies that damaging fireball explosions occur over the British Isles on a time-scale of decades. On a time-scale of millennia, however, more damage is done by Atlantic impact tsunami. Contents: Impacts and Geology:A Curious OmissionOf Calculations and CratersThe Search for Impact StructuresThe Shetland CratersMidlands GeologyThe Ashby InlierCharnwood ForestThe Midlands Basin — A Cometary Impact Structure?The Herefordshire DomesThe Rochford Basin — A Digression into EssexFuller's Earth and Bagshot Sands — A Surrey Crater?Gabbro, Granite, and GrampiansOther Circular StructuresImpacts in History:Small Craters, Airbursts, and TsunamiDozmary Pool and Other CraterletsLevin–Bolt and BlastBritish Atlantis? Readership: Upper level undergraduates and post-graduate students in geology and planetary science. Keywords:Meteorite Craters;Terrestrial Impact Structures;Atmospheric Break-Up;British Geology;St Magnus Bay;Midlands Impact Structure;Woolhope Dome;Scottish Younger Gabbros;Dozmary Pool;AirburstsReviews:“In his search for bombarded Britain, the author delivers a master class in impact and air blast processes … I believe that Bombarded Britain is going to make an impact.”Astronomy Now

Environmental Economic Impact On Sustainable Development

Author: J.L. Miralles i Garcia
Editor: WIT Press
ISBN: 1784662453
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Delegates to the 3rd International Conference on Environmental and Economic Impact on Sustainable Development contributed the peer-reviewed papers contained in this book. The papers discuss the most serious problems affecting sustainable development. They consider the impact of economic constraints on the environment, taking into account the social aspects as well as the over-use of natural resources. Uncontrolled development can also result in damage to the environment in terms of the release of toxic substances and hazardous waste. Thus, attention is paid to issues related to whether some forms of development are compatible with environmental protection, particularly in cases of possible serious contamination and toxicity. The focus in the book is on more constructive and progressive approaches to the problems discussed, to ensure sustainability. The hope is that through the shared experiences of experts, we can learn from past failure, to avoid repeating similar mistakes, while attempting to prevent emerging threats to the environmental and ecological systems. Fundamental to these concepts are an analysis of the inherent risks and the development of appropriate strategies. The papers in this book cover such topics as: Environmental assessments; Environmental policies and planning; Water resources management; Natural resources management; Legislation and regulations; Development issues; Economic impact.

Britain At The Turn Of The Twenty First Century

Author: Ulrich Broich
Editor: Rodopi
ISBN: 9789042015364
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At the turn of the twenty-first century Britain is in a state of change. It is being transformed by the ongoing process of devolution as well as by its increasing multi-ethnicity. At the same time the relationship with the European Union remains controversial. This book charts these transformations in the context of the changes Britain experienced a century ago, at the turn of the twentieth century. Focusing on British politics, culture and literature the articles examine a range of topics, including models of utopian and apocalyptic thought, the contemporary celebrity cult, the state of literary theory in Britain and the recent "boom" in lyrical poetry and the "drama of blood sperm". The book is of interest to university lecturers, teachers, students of English and the general reader interested in the present condition of the United Kingdom. Book jacket.

Gathering Force Early Modern British Literature In Transition 1557 1623

Author: Kristen Poole
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110831807X
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During the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, England grew from a marginal to a major European power, established overseas settlements, and negotiated the Protestant Reformation. The population burgeoned and became increasingly urban. England also saw the meteoric rise of commercial theatre in London, the creation of a vigorous market for printed texts, and the emergence of writing as a viable profession. Literacy rates exploded, and an increasingly diverse audience encountered a profusion of new textual forms. Media, and literary culture, transformed on a scale that would not happen again until television and the Internet. The twenty innovative contributions in Gathering Force: Early Modern Literature in Transition, 1557–1623 trace ways that five different genres both spurred and responded to change. Chapters explore different facets of lyric poetry, romance, commercial drama, masques and pageants, and non-narrative prose. Exciting and accessible, this volume illuminates the dynamic relationships among the period's social, political, and literary transformations.

Studies In The History Of Tax Law

Author: John Tiley
Editor: Hart Publishing
ISBN: 1841134732
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This book contains the papers of the first Tax Law History Conference in Cambridge, held in September 2002 and organized by the Centre for Tax Law, which is part of the Law Faculty of the University of Cambridge.