How to be Brilliant at Writing Stories

How to be Brilliant at Writing Stories

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How to be Brilliant at Electricity Light and Sound

How to be Brilliant at Electricity  Light and Sound

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How to be Brilliant at Recording in Geography

How to be Brilliant at Recording in Geography

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ISBN: 9780857470324

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Brilliant Activities for Grammar and Punctuation Year 5

Brilliant Activities for Grammar and Punctuation  Year 5

The books provide teachers with the tools they need to teach grammar effectively and will complement other language and literacy schemes of work.

Author: Irene Yates

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ISBN: 1783171294

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 54

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Brilliant Activities for Grammar and Punctuation is a 6-book photocopiable series to teach basic grammatical and punctuation concepts in a fun and memorable way, which will challenge and stimulate the whole class. Pupils are motivated to think logically about the activities and to share their knowledge and understanding with their peers through working individually, in pairs, groups or, sometimes, in whole class contexts. The sheets enable pupils to practise, reinforce and consolidate grammar and punctuation skills and concepts, and meet the needs of the Programmes of Study in the National Curriculum for England. The books provide teachers with the tools they need to teach grammar effectively and will complement other language and literacy schemes of work. The activities introduce the technical terms pupils need in order to be able to discuss language and promote the necessity of making the children s learning functional. When pupils properly understand the effects that grammar and punctuation have on text, they can transfer that knowledge to their own writing and thus develop their skills."
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A Grammar of the Old Testament in Greek

A Grammar of the Old Testament in Greek

Through the Prolegomena to his brilliant Grammar of New Testament Greek and through private communications he has introduced me to much of the extensive literature bearing on the subject and held up a model of how a Grammar should be ...

Author: Henry St. John Thackeray

Publisher: Georg Olms Verlag

ISBN: 3487410524

Category: Greek language, Biblical

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A Grammar of the Old Testament in Greek

A Grammar of the Old Testament in Greek

Through the Prolegomena to his brilliant Grammar of New Testament Greek and through private communications he has introduced me to much of the extensive literature bearing on the subject and held up a model of how a Grammar should be ...

Author: H. St. J. Thackeray

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725223318

Category: Religion

Page: 366

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Thackeray's treatment of the Septuagint's grammar is a masterful reference work, which moved Septuagintal study forward. "Why write a Grammar of a translation, in parts a servile translation, into a Greek which is far removed from the Attic standard, of an original which was often imperfectly understood? A sufficient answer might be that the work forms part of a larger whole, the Grammar of Hellenistic Greek, the claims of which, as bridging the gulf between the ancient and the modern tongue upon the attention of philhellenes and philologists have in recent years begun to receive their due recognition from a growing company of scholars. The Septuagint, in view both of the period which it covers and the variety of its styles, ranging from the non-literary vernacular to the artificial Atticistic, affords the most promising ground for the investigation of the peculiarities of the Hellenistic or 'common' language . . . Though of less paramount importance than the New Testament, the fact that it was the only form in which the older Scriptures were known to many generations of Jews and Christians and the deep influence which it exercised upon New Testament and Patristic writers justify a separate treatment of its language. Again, the fact that it is in the main translation gives it a special character and raises the difficult question of the extent of Semitic influence upon the written and spoken Greek of a bilingual people." -from the Preface Contents I. Introduction II. Orthography and Phonetics III. Accidence
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A Grammar of New Testament Greek

A Grammar of New Testament Greek

Those who have studied some recent work upon Hellenistic Greek, such as Blass's brilliant Grammar of NT Greek, will probably be led to feel that modern methods result in a considerable levelling of distinctions, grammatical and lexical, ...

Author: James Hope Moulton

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9780567010117

Category: Religion

Page: 320

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Praise for A Grammar of New Testament Greek: "The most comprehensive account of the language of the New Testament ever produced by British scholars." --The Expository Times>
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Morrison s Sound it out Speller

Morrison s Sound it out Speller

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Author: Penelope Kister McRann

Publisher: Pilot Light Books

ISBN: 0967806801

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 1067

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Presents a system in which people can look up the spelling of a word they know only how to pronounce by sounding out the word, dropping the vowels, leaving only the consonants which are then presented with brief definitions, for example SPLR for speller.
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