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'quot;Be in no doubt: the beer was drunk but the man drank the beer.'quot;'quot;We must avoid vulgarities like 'apos;front up'apos;. If someone is 'apos;fronting up'apos; a television show, then he is presenting it.'quot;Simon Heffer'apos;s incisive...
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Synopsis: Written by a Sydney native, English, The Aussie Way: A Fun Guide to Australia'apos;s Colourful Phrases, Words, and Expressions offers an amusing way for English or non-English speakers around the world to learn the colloquial phrases for...
Our language is changing faster than ever before, thanks to theinfluence of the media, e-mail, the Internet and text messaging. Moderncommunications are breaking down distinctions between formal andinformal English, raising ever more questions as to...
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and...
This fully updated edition of the bestsellingGood Word Guide offers information and advice on spelling, grammar, punctuation, pronunciation, confusables and the latest buzzwords, and provides clear, straightforward answers to everyday language...
Welcome to the fascinating world of prepositions!If you want to speak English fluently, you need to learn and practice prepositions. Pronunciation and vocabulary are important, but the real secret of speaking well is to know how to connect your words...
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