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Spelling Simplified

Author: Judi Kesselman-Turkel
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299191733
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THE STUDY SMART SERIES, designed for students from junior high school through lifelong learning programs, teaches skills for research and note-taking, provides exercises to improve grammar, and reveals secrets for putting these skills together in great essays. Millions of people want to learn to spell correctly, but they fear the task will be tedious and painful. Now, with the unique, logical approach presented in Spelling Simplified, anyone can become a skilled speller quickly and easily. Through the use of simple and effective exercises and tips, Spelling Simplified illustrates what many poor spellers forget—that the way a word is spelled is closely related to the sound and meaning of that word. Chapters devoted to syllables and stress, patterns in the language, consonant clusters, and vowel-consonant combinations are included, each complete with its own set of examples and exercises. From the simplest root words through longer words derived from foreign languages, Spelling Simplified guides you through basic techniques for learning how to “hear” a word, how to master irregularities, and how to form large words from smaller ones. Breezily written and easy to use, Spelling Simplified shows that mastering spelling cn be painless—and even fun.

The Magazine Writer S Handbook

Author: Franklynn Peterson
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299214937
Size: 56.11 MB
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An expanded and updated revision of the already comprehensive first edition, The Magazine Writer’sHandbook offers insightful strategies addressing virtually every aspect of writing a magazine article for publication. Designed to be useful for both experienced magazine writers and those seeking to break into the magazine-writing industry, this handbook provides an exhaustive step-by-step approach taking the reader through every stage of the publication process. From targeting the right publication to constructing a professional article, and from dealing with legal considerations to working with editors, the revised edition of The Magazine Writer’s Handbook will be an indispensable addition to any writer’s desk. Extensively published in popular trade magazines, the authors dispense their knowledge in this handbook to help writers of all levels see their work published.

Late Psalm

Author: Betsy Sholl
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299198947
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Late Psalm takes themes from those ancient songs of joy and grief and transposes them into the language of contemporary life.

The Art Of Spelling

Author: Marilyn Vos Savant
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393322088
Size: 50.77 MB
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Drawing on the thousands of reponses to the "Ask Marilyn" spelling survey, the Parade magazine columnist examines what spelling reveals about an individual's personalitiy, native intelligence, education, and desire; traces the history of English spelling; and discusses ways to improve one's own spelling ability. Reprint.

Freedom From Fibromyalgia

Author: Nancy Selfridge
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
ISBN: 9780812933758
Size: 80.36 MB
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Offers relief and treatment advice for chronic pain and fatigue of fibromyalia; describes the causes, symptoms, and treatments; and provides advice on pain medicines and nondrug therapies, meditation, and relaxation techniques.

Spelling Dearest

Author: Niall McLeod Waldman
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1418453307
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...the best and most realistic depiction of the modern world of pornography written in book form to date...' says Adult Video News publisher Paul Fishbein. The film Boogie Nights, the portrayal of the 1970's pornography business, hinted at an approaching revolution in the business. David Jennings, a UCLA Film and Television Department graduate, entered the industry as a 'shooter', to research and write a book about his experiences. He began at the time the x-rated video revolution erupted. That revolution transformed the audience from 'raincoats' in sleazy movie houses to mainstream Americans who accepted and enjoyed quality films in their living rooms and bedrooms. Jennings founded the first company to shoot adult films DIRECTLY onto videotape. This daring, tell-all insider story exposes all the secrets. Social, historical and political factors play a huge role in the machinations of the arcane trade. The threats to the industry from within and without include: the U.S. Government sponsored 'War on Porn and its excesses', underaged actresses and 'porno stage mothers', anti-smut crusaders and porn-addicted vice cops. Twelve years as a writer, researcher, director, producer, distributor, and manufacturer of adult videos qualify the author to completely answer the questions most often asked by friend and foe of erotic media alike: What are these porno stars really like? What kind of person can make such a public display of something that is so private? What is really happening behind the scenes? (The camera often lies.) Skinflicks is a book about pornography, not a pornographic book. The author's writing and research skills are of such high quality that they give a significant range and scope to the material. To honestly depict what goes on, part of the content is necessarily graphic. ALL OF IT IS TRUE. Illustrated with over 3 dozen photographs.

American Bee

Author: James Maguire
Publisher: Rodale Books
ISBN: 1594869243
Size: 65.53 MB
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What the bestselling Word Freak did for Scrabble, this riveting narrative now does for the National Spelling Bee. Here is a captivating slice of Americana--part sporting event, part absorbing human drama, and part celebration of the magic of words. Every spring in the nation's capital, after a starting pool of 10 million kids narrows to 250 finalists, America's top young spellers face off in a nail-biting contest. So electric is the drama that millions of viewers tune in to watch ESPN's live telecast But this national obsession is much more than a sporting story--and this first-ever narrative nonfiction book about the National Spelling Bee immerses the reader in unique subculture, portraying the endearing fraternity of brilliant, eccentric young word nerds who vie for a gold trophy, a hefty check, and a glorious moment of national fame. Author James Maguire, who like the contestants is an inveterate word nut, captures the agony and glory of this singularly American event. He profiles the top five spellers across the country, exploring their hopes and dreams-and strategies for winning--as they prepare for their moment in the spotlight. American Bee takes readers behind the scenes at the National Bee, providing a narrative thrill ride as the tension mounts round by round.

Correct Spelling Made Easy

Author: Norman Lewis
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780440315018
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Correct Spelling Made Easy is a "must" reference for anyone who has ever puzzled over whether to use "-or" or "-er", "-ent" or "-ant", or "-able" or "-ible". Users of this handy guide will never be embarrassed by spelling errors again.

Righting The Mother Tongue

Author: David Wolman
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061981974
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“A funny and fact-filled look at our astoundingly inconsistent written language, from Shakespeare to spell-check.” —St. Petersburg Times David Wolman explores seven hundred years of trial, error, and reform that have made the history of English spelling a jumbled and fascinating mess. In Righting the Mother Tongue, the author of A Left-Hand Turn Around the World brings us the tangled story of English Spelling, from Olde English to email. Utterly captivating, deliciously edifying, and extremely witty, Righting the Mother Tongue is a treat for the language lover—a book that belongs in every personal library, right next to Eats, Shoots, and Leaves, and the works of Bill Bryson and Simon Winchester.

Touch Typing Made Simple

Author: Lillian S. Marks
Publisher: Doubleday
Size: 63.38 MB
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Demonstrates how to operate an electric typewriter or word processor, and provides lessons designed to develop ones speed and accuracy