By Helen Kalkstein Fragiadakis
Книга All transparent! : Idioms in Context ( textual content and a pair of Audiocassettes) All transparent! : Idioms in Context ( textual content and a pair of Audiocassettes) Книги Иностранные языки Автор: Helen Kalkstein Fragiadakis Год издания: 1993 Формат: pdf Издат.:Heinle & Heinle Publishers Страниц: 178 Размер: eight + 6,1 ISBN: 0838442242 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This is a good idiom publication since it offers definitions, examples, memorable illustrations, and perform. The perform involves dictations, self-reflection on what you discovered or did not comprehend, dialogue questions, dictation, skit writing and improvisation. Oh, and there are evaluation video games (crosswords, tic-tac-toe, and wager the idiom) after each 4 classes. There are 12 classes and an alphabetical index of the three hundred+ idioms taught within the ebook.
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Or "and so on" in formal writing. g. " ... in the water, air and soil " but " ... they sat for the test, passed, and failed to use their qualifications. " Note that the comma after the second last item is usually included only if there might otherwise be an unintended confusion of meaning, as in the second example above. write what is expected. If the task includes the words "(write from) your own experience", it means from the knowledge you have of a particular topic, and does not usually mean writing about your personal experiences (unless specifically requested).
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