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McCarthy, Michael , O'Dell, Felicity Academic Vocabulary in Use with Answers 2nd Edition a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
Academic Vocabulary in Use Second Edition is the perfect study aid for anyone using English for their academic work. Ideal for students of any discipline, from engineers and social scientists to business students and lawyers, it covers all the key vocabulary found in academic textbooks, articles, lectures and seminars. The book is also useful for those preparing for IELTS and university entrance examinations, and is designed for students at good intermediate level and above. The second edition has been updated to reflect changes in education, technology and communications, includes a selection of new reading passages, and is now in full colour. 50 easy-to-use, two-page units with clear explanations of new vocabulary on the left page, and a variety of practice exercises on the right. The most useful and frequently-used academic vocabulary, based on the Cambridge English Corpus and established academic word lists. Words and expressions presented in real-life academic contexts, including extracts from lectures, presentations, essays, tables and graphs. A ‘Reading and vocabulary' section with longer texts provides more practice of key vocabulary. Comprehensive answer key and phonemic transcriptions of key words to help with pronunciation. A handy ‘Reference section' with notes on formal and informal usage, plus British, Irish and North American vocabulary differences and spelling variations.
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Gregory Castle The Blackwell Guide to Literary Theory a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
This student-friendly text introduces students to the history and scope of literary theory, as well as showing them how to perform literary analysis. Designed to be used alongside primary theoretical texts as an introduction to theory or alongside literary texts as a model for performing literary analysis. Presents a series of exemplary readings of particular literary texts such as Jane Eyre, Heart of Darkness, Ulysses, To the Lighthouse and Midnight's Children. Provides a brief history of the rise of literary theory in the twentieth century, in order that students understand the historical contexts for different theories. Presents an alphabetically organized series of entries on key figures and publications, from Adorno to Žižek. Features descriptions of the major movements in literary theory, from critical theory through to postcolonial theory.
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Herman Rapaport The Literary Theory Toolkit. A Compendium of Concepts and Methods a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
The Literary Theory Toolkit offers readers a rich compendium of key terms, concepts, and arguments necessary for the study of literature in a critical-theoretical context. Includes varied examples drawn from readily available literary texts spanning all periods and genres Features a chapter on performance, something not usually covered in similar texts Covers differing theories of the public sphere, ideology, power, and the social relations necessary for the understanding of approaches to literature
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Rapaport Herman The Literary Theory Toolkit. A Compendium of Concepts and Methods a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
The Literary Theory Toolkit offers readers a rich compendium of key terms, concepts, and arguments necessary for the study of literature in a critical-theoretical context. Includes varied examples drawn from readily available literary texts spanning all periods and genres Features a chapter on performance, something not usually covered in similar texts Covers differing theories of the public sphere, ideology, power, and the social relations necessary for the understanding of approaches to literature
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Helen Wilcox 1611. Authority, Gender and the Word in Early Modern England a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
1611: Authority, Gender, and the Word in Early Modern England explores issues of authority, gender, and language within and across the variety of literary works produced in one of most landmark years in literary and cultural history. Represents an exploration of a year in the textual life of early modern England Juxtaposes the variety and range of texts that were published, performed, read, or heard in the same year, 1611 Offers an account of the textual culture of the year 1611, the environment of language, and the ideas from which the Authorised Version of the English Bible emerged
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Wilcox Helen 1611. Authority, Gender and the Word in Early Modern England a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
1611: Authority, Gender, and the Word in Early Modern England explores issues of authority, gender, and language within and across the variety of literary works produced in one of most landmark years in literary and cultural history. Represents an exploration of a year in the textual life of early modern England Juxtaposes the variety and range of texts that were published, performed, read, or heard in the same year, 1611 Offers an account of the textual culture of the year 1611, the environment of language, and the ideas from which the Authorised Version of the English Bible emerged
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Code Red: Level B2: Teacher's Book (+ CD) a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
A fun, motivating B2 course with full digital support that engages teenagers and keeps them interested. Code Red provides comprehensive and systematic B2 exam preparation with a strong emphasis on grammar and vocabulary, as well as thorough skills development. CODE RED features: Ten topic-based units with revision sections after every two units; Lexical and grammatical syllabus based on the Vantage level of the Common European Framework of Reference; Integrated development of reading, listening, speaking and writing skills; Systematic development of vocabulary, including collocations, word patterns, word partners, word formation, phrasal verbs and easily confused words; Clear development of productive language skills (writing and speaking), with particular emphasis on modelling and structuring spoken and written texts; Useful language for speaking or writing, provided in the Language chunks feature in every unit; Helpful tips for developing skills in Steps to success boxes; Practice in exam-style tasks; Grammar reference, Vocabulary file, Writing bank and Speaking bank, for students' reference; Reading and listening practice in the Workbook, and five extra CLIL based lessons; Code Practice Online available with Workbook Plus, offers students extra practice of the language and vocabulary syllabus followed in Code. Each level contains over a hundred interactive resources designed to practise grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and listening comprehension, plus sample essays and web projects.
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Gasiorek Andrzej A History of Modernist Literature a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
A History of Modernist Literature offers a critical overview of modernism in England between the late 1890s and the late 1930s, focusing on the writers, texts, and movements that were especially significant in the development of modernism during these years. A stimulating and coherent account of literary modernism in England which emphasizes the artistic achievements of particular figures and offers detailed readings of key works by the most significant modernist authors whose work transformed early twentieth-century English literary culture Provides in-depth discussion of intellectual debates, the material conditions of literary production and dissemination, and the physical locations in which writers lived and worked The first large-scale book to provide a systematic overview of modernism as it developed in England from the late 1890s through to the late 1930s
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Andrzej Gasiorek A History of Modernist Literature a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
A History of Modernist Literature offers a critical overview of modernism in England between the late 1890s and the late 1930s, focusing on the writers, texts, and movements that were especially significant in the development of modernism during these years. A stimulating and coherent account of literary modernism in England which emphasizes the artistic achievements of particular figures and offers detailed readings of key works by the most significant modernist authors whose work transformed early twentieth-century English literary culture Provides in-depth discussion of intellectual debates, the material conditions of literary production and dissemination, and the physical locations in which writers lived and worked The first large-scale book to provide a systematic overview of modernism as it developed in England from the late 1890s through to the late 1930s
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English for Economics in Higher Education Studies (English for Specific Academic Purposes) a comparison of vocabulary presented in word lists and literary texts
English for Economics in Higher Education Studies The Garnet Education English for Specific Academic Purposes series won the Duke of Edinburgh English Speaking Union English Language Book Award in 2009. English for Economics is a skills-based course designed specifically for students of economics who are about to enter English-medium tertiary level studies. It provides carefully graded practice and progressions in the key academic skills that all students need, such as listening to lectures and speaking in seminars. It also equips students with the specialist language they need to participate successfully within a economics department. Extensive listening exercises come from economics lectures, and all reading texts are taken from the same field of study. There is also a focus throughout on the key economics vocabulary that students will need. *Listening: how to understand and take effective notes on extended lectures, including how to follow the argument and identify the speaker's point of view. *Speaking: how to participate effectively in a variety of realistic situations, from seminars to presentations, including how to develop an argument and use stance markers. *Reading: how to understand a wide range of texts, from academic textbooks to Internet articles, including how to analyze complex sentences and identify such things as the writer's stance. *Writing: how to produce coherent and well-structured assignments, including such skills as paraphrasing and the use of the appropriate academic phrases. *Vocabulary: a wide range of activities to develop students' knowledge and use of key vocabulary, both in the field of economics and of academic study in general. *Vocabulary and Skills banks: a reference source to provide students with revision of the key words and phrases and skills presented in each unit. *Full transcripts of all listening exercises. The Garnet English for Specific Academic Purposes series covers a range of academic subjects. All titles present th...
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