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Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect

by Gilda Nissenberg
416 Pages · 2016 · 82 MB · 37 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Applied Linguistics
by Guy Cook
144 Pages · 2003 · 7 MB · 21 Downloads · New!
Applied Linguistics is the nonfiction, language and humanities linguistics book which reveals the secret behind the real world problems occurs due to the languages. Guy Cook is the author of this marvelous book. The book from the author includes the debate on different world challenges and language is also one of them. There is the big difference in writing something on paper as compared to achieve something which you have written. The world is difficult for the people when it comes to proving their self in practical life. What are the interests which make them together not by blood, friendship but through language? To live together sometimes you depend more on language than any other thing. The world is a global village now and there is the one most popular language speaking among the strangers in English. There are several problems which are occurred due to linguistics and they need to be controlled. The language has the very important role in the development of any country and technology is also better for human development as well. There is the big role of intercultural communication along with various other aspects. What the things which make the English language the international language? What is the importance of language is the education of any country? What are the pros and cons of teaching the foreign languages to the students? What is the impact of learning different languages in our personality development? The reader will find the answer to all the questions here.
The language instinct
by Steven Pinker
576 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 53 Downloads · New!
The language instinct is the amazing semantics encyclopedia and linguistics book which shares the science behind our language. Steven Pinker is the author of this fantastic book. Language is mysterious and the most important part of human life. It travels with the human from the beginning and now thousands of languages are currently used by in the present world. We depend on language and there will be progress in the world if a human doesn’t know any language or they have communication barrier. Steven Pinker tells how the children learn the language, how the brain computes it and deliver a sense of action against specific words. There are three main stages where children learn the language. The babies begin their learning process through sounds. They can hear and make all the sounds in all languages which are spoken into the world. There are 6500 languages and 150 sounds in these languages.
Principles of Language Learning and Teaching
by H. Douglas Brown
416 Pages · 2014 · 34  MB · 29 Downloads · New!
Principles of Language Learning and Teaching is the instruction, reference and linguistics book which shares the proven techniques and methods to learn any language. H. Douglas Brown is the author of this impressive book. This is the updated 6th edition of the book which tells the best practices of learning a new language. The first most essential and basic practice to learn any language is a conversation. Learn the hundred most common words of the language and use them to make sentences. These words also help you to make your grip on grammar. Keep the dictionary inside your pocket or app in the mobile if you have access. The dictionary helps you to remember new words without any difficulty. Learn ten new words every day and make multiple sentences by using these words. Keep practicing the new words in your mind and turn them into the conversation by communicating with others. Accept the reality of stupidity while learning any new language. You will speak wrong in the beginning but after some time you will become an expert. Figure out pronunciation patterns and make your concepts clear. A miracle guide for everyone who wanted to become a master in a new language.
Sleight of Mouth
by Robert Dilts
346 Pages · 2015 · 6 MB · 26 Downloads · New!
The “Sleight of Mouth: The Magic of Conversational Belief Change” is a helpful book about the magic of words and language. Robert Dilts is the author of this instructive book. Robert has had a global reputation as a leading behavioral skills trainer and business consultant since the 1970s. He has provided coaching, consulting and training throughout the world to a wide variety of individuals and organizations. He has written numerous books and all of them are worth to read and engages all the readers from the first to the last page. In this book, you will learn the magic of words and language. Language is a unique key that represents the personality of the people. This book also has basic instruction that if used and understood will provide the reader with a major power. Speaking the right words at the right time can be uplifting and changing lives for the better. The wrong words at the wrong time can be hurtful and show a bad image of your personality. Sleight of Mouth provides a powerful tool for persuasion and conversational belief change. All in all, the Sleight of Mouth is a necessary book for all the leaders and business people.
The Business of Words
by Crispin Thurlow
222 Pages · 2015 · 25 MB · 36 Downloads · New!
“The Business of Words, 1st Edition” is an informative book for all the readers. Crispin Thurlow is the author of this educational book. Crispin Thurlow is a Professor of Language and Communication in the Department of English at the University of Bern, Switzerland. This book is very educational and worth to read that will engage all the reader from start to end of the page. With the help of this book, you will get essential resources for researchers, linguistics, applied linguistics, communications, and media studies. Linguistics is the scientific study of language and its structure, including the study of grammar, syntax, and phonetics. This book explains every topic in an easy way, the reader will learn about Phonetics, Phonology, morphology, and pragmatics. Phonetics is the study of speech sounds in their physical aspects, Phonology is the study of speech sounds in their cognitive aspects. Morphology is the study of the formation of words and pragmatics is the study of language use. Crispin also reveals the four main components of language and three main branches of linguistics. All in all, The Business of Words is an enlightening book for all the readers.
Don’t Believe a Word
by David Shariatmadari
336 Pages · 2020 · 3 MB · 27 Downloads · New!
Don’t Believe a Word is the linguistics, language, reference and translation book that covers the importance of languages and how they work in practical life. David Shariatmadari is the author of this fascinating book. He is a professor of languages at Oxford University. This is an exciting new book that is filled with knowledge about languages. Find out the importance of languages in our life and how they function to perform well. Languages are changes with the passage of time. Over the decades the languages are transferred to us through our ancestors. There comes a change with the passage of time in structures, patterns, and fluency. Languages give us the courage to speak for our-self and make our lives better. There are different purposes of languages and it really helps humanity to make their live advance. David takes the reader into the world of science languages where things are not as they look from outside. Discover the nine widely held myths about languages and how these myths are transferred from generation to generation. There are several other books that are written in the English languages but this book has no match with them. Everyone who wanted to know about the science of languages then it is an ultimate guide for them.

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