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Well Said

Author: Linda Grant
Publisher: Heinle ELT
ISBN: 9781305641365
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The Well Said series is designed to improve the pronunciation and communication skills of beginner to advanced students from all language backgrounds. It offers a clear course plan covering the essential areas of pronunciation, including stress, rhythm, and intonation--features that research shows help students the most. Additionally, there are over fifty pages of supplemental activities focusing on consonant and vowel sounds. This level of Well Said introduces the most important pronunciation features at an intermediate to advanced level. A free Website for teachers and students includes the full audio program.

Well Said

Author: Darlene Price
Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn
ISBN: 0814417876
Size: 38.20 MB
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Provides information on public speaking, including knowing your audience, designing effective Power Point slides, and conveying a professional image through attire.

Well Said Intro

Author: Linda Grant
Publisher: Heinle ELT
ISBN: 9781305641426
Size: 68.17 MB
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Well Said Intro, Second Edition is the first level of the series. It is a slower-paced course that introduces the most important pronunciation features at the beginning to low-intermediate level.

Well Said Well Spoken

Author: Robert D. Ramsey
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 9780761977704
Size: 74.82 MB
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Designed to meet the needs and interests of principals and teachers, this compilation of classic and contemporary quotes and anecdotes features topics and sources not found in other references for educators.

Wisdom Well Said

Author: Charles Francis
Publisher: Levine Mesa Press
ISBN: 0982388705
Size: 60.73 MB
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This carefully indexed collection of anecdotes, fables, legends, and myths has been assembled over a 20-year period by Charles Francis, a prominent communications professional.

The Hard Hat

Author: Jon Gordon
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111912011X
Size: 80.92 MB
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Presenting a true story about George Boiardi, his team and their legacy, this unforgettable book is infused with practical insights and life changing lessons that will inspire you to be the best teammate you can be and to build a great team. --

Well Said

Author: Linda Grant
Publisher: Arden Shakespeare
ISBN: 9780838442494
Size: 11.35 MB
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Well Said is designed to enhance speech intelligibility by focusing on common problems of advanced learners, such as stress, intonation, and rhythm. -- Progression from a focus on form to a focus on meaning -- Communicative activities: academic, home, or work settings -- Peer evaluation -- Transition from structured readings to spontaneous communication

Nightwood New Edition

Author: Djuna Barnes
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 0811221431
Size: 32.11 MB
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The fiery and enigmatic masterpiece—one of the greatest novels of the Modernist era. Nightwood, Djuna Barnes' strange and sinuous tour de force, "belongs to that small class of books that somehow reflect a time or an epoch" (Times Literary Supplement). That time is the period between the two World Wars, and Barnes' novel unfolds in the decadent shadows of Europe's great cities, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna—a world in which the boundaries of class, religion, and sexuality are bold but surprisingly porous. The outsized characters who inhabit this world are some of the most memorable in all of fiction—there is Guido Volkbein, the Wandering Jew and son of a self-proclaimed baron; Robin Vote, the American expatriate who marries him and then engages in a series of affairs, first with Nora Flood and then with Jenny Petherbridge, driving all of her lovers to distraction with her passion for wandering alone in the night; and there is Dr. Matthew-Mighty-Grain-of-Salt-Dante-O'Connor, a transvestite and ostensible gynecologist, whose digressive speeches brim with fury, keen insights, and surprising allusions. Barnes' depiction of these characters and their relationships (Nora says, "A man is another persona woman is yourself, caught as you turn in panic; on her mouth you kiss your own") has made the novel a landmark of feminist and lesbian literature. Most striking of all is Barnes' unparalleled stylistic innovation, which led T. S. Eliot to proclaim the book "so good a novel that only sensibilities trained on poetry can wholly appreciate it." Now with a new preface by Jeanette Winterson, Nightwood still crackles with the same electric charge it had on its first publication in 1936.

Less Rightly Said

Author: Antonia Szabari
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804773546
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Well-known scholars and poets living in sixteenth-century France, including Erasmus, Ronsard, Calvin, and Rabelais, promoted elite satire that "corrected vices" but "spared the person"—yet this period, torn apart by religious differences, also saw the rise of a much cruder, personal satire that aimed at converting readers to its ideological, religious, and, increasingly, political ideas. By focusing on popular pamphlets along with more canonical works, Less Rightly Said shows that the satirists did not simply renounce the moral ideal of elite, humanist scholarship but rather transmitted and manipulated that scholarship according to their ideological needs. Szabari identifies the emergence of a political genre that provides us with a more thorough understanding of the culture of printing and reading, of the political function of invectives, and of the general role of dissensus in early modern French society.