Effortless English

Learn to Speak English Like a Native

Author: A. J. Hoge



Category: English language

Page: 194

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Effortless English: Learn To Speak English Like A Native A.J. HOGE, THE WORLD'S #1 ENGLISH TEACHER, teaches you his most powerful methods for learning to speak English fluently and confidently. Famous for training corporate and government leaders, A.J. Hoge gives you a step by step program teaching you the system that will help you master English and achieve ultimate success with English. You have studied English for years and yet you still do not speak well. When you speak English, you make grammar mistakes. Your pronunciation is not clear. Worst of all, you feel nervous and shy when you try to speak English. You read English well, but after all these years you still cannot speak well. The good news is, it's not your fault. You have simply used old ineffective methods. Effortless English will teach you a completely new way to learn English faster. Effortless English will..... *Teach you how to overcome nervousness, shyness, and fear when speaking English. *Master spoken English grammar quickly and naturally *Teach you how to improve your English pronunciation and develop an American, British, or Australian accent. *Show you how to achieve a high TOEFL, IELTS, or TOEIC score. *Help you learn vocabulary 4-5 times faster. *Tell you how to feel stronger, calmer, and more powerful when speaking English. *Teach you how to understand native speakers and communicate clearly with them during real conversations. *Help you get better jobs by learning business English. *Teach you how to learn grammar without memorizing grammar rules. "You have studied English many years, yet you still do not speak well. You read English but you feel nervous and frustrated when speaking. It is time for a change. I will teach you to speak English quickly, easily, and automatically using my Effortless English System (TM). I will teach you to speak with correct grammar and excellent pronunciation. You can achieve success now simply by changing the way you learn English." --A.J. Hoge

Twentieth-century Italian Literature in English Translation

An Annotated Bibliography 1929-1997

Author: Robin Healey

Publisher: University of Toronto Press


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 605

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This bibliography lists English-language translations of twentieth-century Italian literature published chiefly in book form between 1929 and 1997, encompassing fiction, poetry, plays, screenplays, librettos, journals and diaries, and correspondence.

The Teacher's Strategy

Author: Amnaat Jefferey

Publisher: Evincepub Publishing


Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 94

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The book, The Teacher’s Strategy, is a transparent illustration about what one can learn or gain availing not only adages in life but shaping future and career of students. The gallery of pictures representing educational environment, depicting various pieces of works of art, pronunciation, translation, helping millions of people to improve their use of English language. It happens to be a definite guide and a transparent portrayal of English as a natural language; seconding the primitive notion that India primarily is not an English speaking country. The term English refers to a movement to promote the use of English globally as an official language; a means of worldwide communication, whilst some try to flaunt English as a trendy language. Home-schooling as part of the book and English language: One can be totally in love with it's curriculum; fairly thorough the straightforward with colorful worksheets, vocabulary, paragraph formation, writing structure etc. with clear & concise concepts. Literature, Language & Literacy comprise of 40% of curriculum. However, when you homeschool you can use far more natural method for teaching this subject. Logic of English curriculum is effective in helping emerging readers, poor spellers, gifted readers, strong reading, writing & reasoning skills. Students & learners of all ages become proficient readers and spellers: A round-up of favourite home school language is arts curriculum, spelling, reading, writing, phonics and grammar.

Faith and Beauty

A captivating novel of intrigue and survival in pre-war Berlin

Author: Jane Thynne

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Fiction

Page: 432

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Berlin, on the eve of war… As soldiers muster on the streets, spies circle in the shadows and Lotti Franke, a young woman from the Faith and Beauty Society - the elite finishing school for Nazi girls - is found in a shallow grave. Clara Vine, Anglo-German actress and spy, has been offered the most ambitious part she has ever played. And in her more secret life, British Intelligence has recalled her to London to probe reports that the Nazis and the Soviet Union are planning to make a pact. Then Clara hears of Lotti's death, and is determined to discover what happened to her. But what she uncovers is something of infinite value to the Nazi regime - the object that led to Lotti's murder - and now she herself is in danger. In a drama which traverses Berlin, Paris, Vienna and London, Clara Vine tries to keep her friends close, but finds her enemies are even closer. Praise for Jane Thynne's Clara Vine novels: 'An absolute cracker of a read…fast-paced and gripping from the start. Thynne expertly maintains the suspense, while evoking the tension of Berlin as the city gathers its strength for war' Sunday Times 'A thoroughly enjoyable read: fast-paced, atmospheric and genuinely suspenseful' Mail on Sunday 'Pre-war Germany's atmosphere of repression, terror and Nazi hubris is vividly evoked in a gripping but sad tale' Literary Review 'Terrific' Elizabeth Buchan 'The perfect fusion of history, suspense and high romance….the pace is relentless, the background brilliantly evoked and the sex gorgeously spiced with danger.' The Times 'A compelling story of love and betrayal in Hitler's Berlin' Daisy Goodwin, author of The Last Duchess


A European Love Affair

Author: Ian Buruma

Publisher: Atlantic Books Ltd


Category: History

Page: 320

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With its distinctive history of civil liberties and the delicate balance between social order and the free pursuit of self-interest, England has always fascinated its continental neighbours. Buruma examines the history of ideas of Englishness and what Europeans have admired (or loathed) in England across the centuries. Voltaire wondered why British laws could not be transplanted into France, or even to Serbia; Karl Marx thought the English were too stupid to start a revolution; Goethe worshipped Shakespeare; and the Kaiser was convinced that Britain was run by Jews. Combining the stories of European Anglophiles and Anglophobes with memories of his own Anglo-Dutch-German-Jewish family, this utterly original book illuminates the relationship between Britain and Europe, revealing how Englishness - and others' views of it - have shaped modern European history.

A Matter of Chance

Author: Betty Neels

Publisher: Harlequin


Category: Fiction

Page: 216

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WAS SHE IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE WRONG TIME? Cressida had lost her parents and badly needed a new focus. So going to Holland to help an elderly Dutch doctor with a book he was writing, giving up her own nursing job for a while, seemed ideal. Her new employer had two partners. One was elderly and friendly, like himself, while the other was younger and…not quite so friendly. Giles van der Tiele always seemed to be snubbing Cressida, putting her in her place. But when he wanted to, he could be extremely charming—too much so for her peace of mind!

Not on the Mayflower

Author: Dietrich W. Botstiber

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 427

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Not on the Mayflower tells about the life of Dietrich W. Botstiber in Austria during the first part of the twentieth century. He describes an Austria of great beauty and bounty that, over those years, diminished in size, culture, wealth and prestige, due in large part to the breakup of the Dual Habsburg Empire, the 1938 Anschluss and the ensuing war. Botstiber witnessed the most unsettling times in Austrian history, and he recounts his own unhappiness in a country that offered him little opportunity to apply his technical skills and interests. Dietrich Botstiber believed that Americans did not fully appreciate the Austrian predicament leading up to World War II. His autobiography goes a long way toward imparting an understanding of the difficult social and economic conditions in Austria during this period. It also tells a story about the cultural life in Vienna during the early decades of the twentieth century, and about the lives of immigrants to the United States who managed to make significant contributions to their adopted country.