Practice Makes Perfect German Sentence Builder, 2nd Edition

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Practice Makes Perfect German Sentence Builder, 2nd Edition by Ed Swick
Inferno Decoded: The essential companion to the myths, mysteries and locations of Dan Brown’s Inferno by Michael Haag
A Dictionary of Shakespeare (Oxford Quick Reference) edited by Stanley Wells
Who’s Who In World Politics: From 1860 to the present day (Routledge Who’s Who) by Alan Palmer
The Little Book of Big Ideas: 150 Concepts and Breakthroughs that Transformed History (Little Books) by Daniel Smith

Practice Makes Perfect German Sentence Builder, 2nd Edition by Ed Swick

English | November 17th, 2017 | ASIN: B076PZ6T5Z, ISBN: 1260019128 | 208 Pages | EPUB | 18.59 MB

The go-to sentence-building guide now includes a brand-new, fully comprehensive review chapter!
You’ve learned the fundamentals of German grammar, like spelling, word meanings, and parts of speech. Now it’s time to take the next step and put them all together to communicate complete ideas. Practice Makes Perfect German Sentence Builder, Second Edition guides you through the process of putting the “parts” of German together correctly, from connecting words into clauses to writing original sentences to creating whole paragraphs. You’ll get where you want in no time through Practice Makes Perfect’s systematic, crystal-clear approach to building sentences.
Practice Makes Perfect German Sentence Builder, Second Edition features:
• Clear explanations of how to apply grammar to create well-formed sentences
• Numerous examples of correctly-formed German sentences
• Lesson reinforcement with copious practice exercises, include multiple choice, sentence-correction, and building new sentences from scratch
• Answer key, including suggestions for creative exercises

Inferno Decoded: The essential companion to the myths, mysteries and locations of Dan Brown’s Inferno by Michael Haag

English | June 20th, 2013 | ASIN: B00DG8V8M2, ISBN: 147675344X | 273 Pages | EPUB | 8.00 MB

In this illuminating companion to Dan Brown’s Inferno, historian Michael Haag sets out the truth behind the novel’s myths, mysteries and locations. How do the clues unveiled in symbology professor Robert Langdon’s daring quest from Florence to Venice and Istanbul overlap with history?
What codes and symbols did Dante employ in the Divine Comedy and which secret religious, philosophical, and scientific themes are hidden within his work? What lies behind Botticelli’s Mappa dell’Inferno? And what are the cult scientists known as transhumanists really up to?
Inferno Decoded is a book that ranges as widely as Dan Brown’s novel, from the terrors of the Black Death to the scientific debates around population growth and prolonging of life-spans, and from the economic, political, and religious tumult in Florence at the dawn of the Renaissance to real-life locations in Florence, Venice and Istanbul today. It is a must-read for anyone who has read Inferno and wondered just how its enigmatic questions are real or relevant.

A Dictionary of Shakespeare (Oxford Quick Reference) edited by Stanley Wells

English | December 29, 2005 | ISBN: 0192806386 | EPUB | 234 pages | 3.9 MB

This concise, illustrated dictionary of Shakespeariana, compiled by one of the best-known authorities on his works, contains alphabetically arranged entries guiding the reader to a wealth of information on all aspects of Shakespeare in his own time and on his impact and influence on later ages.
Stanley Wells provides clear entries on: Shakespeare’s life and times, the sources and early publication of his works, their performance history on stage and screen, actors such as Edmund Kean and Kenneth Branagh, and writers especially associated with them, operas and other musical works deriving from them, theaters, editions, international Shakespeare organizations–in short, on all aspects of Shakespearean interest. The volume is complemented by a series of striking pronouncements about Shakespeare over the ages from Jane Austen to Bernard Levin, tables providing interesting facts about the plays, famous documents bearing Shakespeare’s signature, and a useful guide to further reading.

Who’s Who In World Politics: From 1860 to the present day (Routledge Who’s Who) by Alan Palmer

English | Aug. 30, 1996 | ISBN: 0415131618 | 421 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Who’s Who in World Politics is a unique reference book which examines those individuals who have shaped the political world since 1860. Coverage is truly global, with the most important players in Europe, Asia, North America, Africa and Australia included. It provides:
* an easy-to-use A-Z layout
* authorized, detailed biographies of the most important political figures since 1860
* completely up-to-date information on the most recent figures
* references with entries to aid further research
* extensive cross-referencing and an index
* an essential guide for students, researchers and the general reader alike

The Little Book of Big Ideas: 150 Concepts and Breakthroughs that Transformed History (Little Books) by Daniel Smith

English | December 14th, 2017 | ASIN: B075F4DRNH, ISBN: 1782438297 | 387 Pages | EPUB | 3.56 MB

An exploration of some of the most important and enduring ideas in human history – from religion, science, philosophy, medicine, psychology, politics, economics and art – each presented in brief, accessible form.
‘Big’ ideas are those concepts and theories that have radically transformed our understanding of the world we live in, our place in that world and the ways we have shaped the past and will shape the future. They are the ideas that have had a huge impact on human civilization – and they come from all disciplines of human ingenuity.
Topics covered range widely and include Creation Mythology, Existentialism, The Elements, Relativity, Space Travel, Geometry, Ethics, Behaviourism, Genetics, Warfare, The Nation State, Anarchism, Capitalism, Classical Art and Architecture, The Renaissance – and much more.
This concise, accessible and multi-faceted book provides an essential introduction to 150 of the most important principles of Western thought.