Now completely faithful to the original (color)./Only for transcripts of Braille nonprofit. NEW ENGLISH A Basic Course The complete series consists of: Student Books 1~6 - Basic Texts Workbooks 1~6 Teacher's: Books 1~6 - Detailed Student Books and answers to books. workbooks, six teacher's books, and reel-to-reel or cas- sette recordings. 2. An Updated Program. This series is a revision of the original ENGLISH English. ÜR book 2. Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. Collier Macmillan International. New York. Collier Macmillan Publishers. London.
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Project Gutenberg has over 52, freely available public domain e-books. Dedicated hardware readers and mobile software[ edit ] See also: Comparison of e-book readers The BEBook e-reader An e-reader , also called an e-book reader or e-book device, is a mobile electronic device that is designed primarily for the purpose of reading e-books and digital periodicals. An e-reader is similar in form, but more limited in purpose than a tablet. In comparison to tablets, many e-readers are better than tablets for reading because they are more portable, have better readability in sunlight and have longer battery life.
Roberto Busa begins planning the Index Thomisticus. Hart types the US Declaration of Independence into a computer to create the first e-book available on the Internet and launches Project Gutenberg in order to create electronic copies of more books. This vast amount of data could be fit into something the size of a large paperback book, with updates received over the "Sub-Etha". Franklin Computer released an electronic edition of the Bible that was read on a stand-alone device.
It was later tested on a US aircraft carrier as replacement for paper manuals. Crugnola and I. Rigamonti design and create the first e-reader, called Incipit, as a thesis project at the Polytechnic University of Milan.
The popular format for publishing e-books changed from plain text to HTML. This e-reader, with expandable storage, could store up to , pages of content, including text, graphics and pictures. Oxford University Press offered a selection of its books available as e-books through netLibrary. Comiskey and Jonathan D. They are introduced at the rate of fifteen in each study unit, or a hundred and fifty in each book, and are numbered consecutively from Base Sentence 1 in the first unit of Book One through Base Sentence in the last unit of Book Six.
These structures provide "building blocks" for all of the material studied in the series, e. As a part of his mastery of English, therefore, the student practices and learns approximately 3, variation sentences in addition to the basic patterns. There are ten study units in each textbook in the series.
Each study unit contains a group of fifteen base sentences related to a meaningful situation. In Book One of the series, the typical study unit begins with the presentation of the fifteen Base Sentences together with Intonation patterns. Questions and Answers follow and give the student practice in pairing and matching the base sentences into conversational form.
Substitution Drills introduce the variation sentences, using vocabulary and grammatical substitution techniques.
These early sections of the unit provide the pronunciation practice and drill material needed for the mastery of language forms. The Conversation section consists of short dialogues giving the student the opportunity to practice the new lesson material in informal conversation in the classroom.
Exercises in each unit can be used as oral and written drills for all of the materials introduced in the unit. Units in the succeeding books in the series Books Two to Six contain Base Sentences, Intonation practice, Substitution Drills, Conversation, and Exercises, and, in addition, certain new features.
Each textbook includes a Key to the exercises and a Word Index which lists in alphabetical order every word introduced in the book, and cites the sentence and unit number in which the new word first occurred.
A companion Workbook is available for each of the six textbooks, and a series of pre-recorded tapes has been prepared for language laboratory use. English Workbooks are unique in that they have been programmed for use by the student as home study material to reinforce classroom work.
The Workbooks "test" the student on the textbook materials, and review the important points in each unit that he may not have mastered in class. For classes that meet for three to five hours a week, each textbook in the series provides material for approximately three months of Study. Suggestions for teaching the course, as well as detailed descriptions of all of the materials in English , have been given in the Teacher's Manual which accompanies the series. Cornelius, Jr.
English was prepared under the direction of Edwin T. Manes as Project Editor. Add an ISBN in order to link to booksellers. Copy and paste this code into your Wikipedia page.
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