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501 Essential Italian Verbs (Dover Language Guides Italian)

by Loredana Anderson-Tirro

Knowing how to conjugate verbs is a key to learning any language. This compilation of more than 500 common verbs will help instruct beginners and advanced students. Each page focuses on an individual verb, presenting full conjugations of simple and compound tenses. In addition, several sample sentences illustrate the verb's usage.

501 Essential Spanish Verbs

by Dr Pablo Garcia Loaeza

Verbs are the backbone of any language, and if you can't conjugate them, you can't communicate. This compilation of more than 500 common verbs helps beginners as well as the most advanced Spanish students. Each page focuses on an individual verb, presenting full conjugations of multiple tenses, plus several sentences that illustrate common usage. This book is equally suitable as a classroom text or as a guide to independent study.

501 French Verbs: With Cd-rom (501 Verbs Ser.)

by Christopher Kendris Theodore N. Kendris Ph.D.

Learning the French language is easy with help from the 501 Verb Series ! Optimized for use on the Kindle, this book presents the most important and commonly used verbs from the French language. The verbs are arranged alphabetically with English translations in chart form, one verb per page, and conjugated in all persons and tenses, both active and passive. In addition, this comprehensive guide to French verb usage offers a wealth of reference material and language tips, including a bilingual list of more than 1,250 additional verbs, helpful expressions and idioms for travelers, and verb drills and short tests with all questions answered and explained.

501 German Verbs

by Henry Strutz

The most commonly used 501 German verbs are arranged alphabetically in a table format, one verb per page with English translation, and conjugated in all tenses and forms. This updated version includes an explanation of the 1999 spelling reform, providing examples of the differences between the two methods. The book’s additional features include common idioms with many updated example sentences throughout the book to demonstrate verb usage and a grammar review. Bonus Online Component: includes a link to online content that presents valuable exercises for students in German sentence completion, word completion, word matching, and conversational dialogue, with answers provided for all exercises.

501 Italian Verbs

by Marcel Danesi Doyle, Patricia Doyle, Patricia John Colaneri Vincent Luciana

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501 Portuguese Verbs, 3rd edition: Fully Conjugated In All The Tenses, In A New Easy-to-learn Format, Alphabetically Arranged (501 Verb Ser.)

by John J. Nitti Michael J. Ferreira

The bestselling 501 Verbs Series is the #1 reference source for verb usage in virtually every major language. It’s printed in two colors and features tinted page edges for ease of reference. This edition presents the most important and most commonly used Portuguese verbs arranged alphabetically with English translations in chart form, one verb per page, and conjugated in all persons and tenses, both active and passive. This comprehensive guide to verb usage contains a wealth of reference material and language tips, including a bilingual list of more than 1,250 additional Portuguese verbs, helpful expressions and idioms for travelers, verb drills and short tests with all questions answered and explained, and more. Learning Portuguese is easy with help from the 501 Portuguese Verbs!

501 Spanish Verbs, 8th edition

by Christopher Kendris Theodore Kendris Ph.D.

The world’s bestselling Spanish verbs reference eBook has just gotten better! The authors focus directly on a command of Spanish verbs—and fluency in Spanish starts with knowledge of verbs. This new eighth edition is optimized for use on the Kindle and features links throughout and shows students and travelers exactly how to use the 501 most common and useful Spanish verbs in all 15 tenses and moods. Each verb is alphabetically listed in easy-to-follow chart form, one verb per page with its English translation. Bonus Online Component includes a hyperlink to online content that presents language-learning aids and audio files that review the formation and usage of Spanish verb forms. Helpful features include—Formation and usage of Spanish verb tenses and moods summarized as they relate to their English equivalents --The 55 most essential Spanish verbs used in context--Another 2,200 regular verbs conjugated like the book’s 501 model verbs--Verbs in idiomatic phrases--Passive and active voice formations--Updated sentences demonstrating Spanish verb usage in all tenses--Exercises in Spanish verb usage with answers--Even more entries in the English-Spanish verb index--Information covering impersonal verbs, weather expressions, and more!

600 Basic Japanese Verbs

by Hiro Japanese Center

600 Basic Japanese Verbs is a handy, easy-to-use guide to one of the building blocks of Japanese grammar--verbs.This book will be an essential resource for students wishing to learn Japanese as it shows how to conjugate the 600 most common Japanese verbs quickly, and with very little effort. This is the only guide to list all verb forms in both Japanese script and romanized form.Compiled by Japanese language experts at The Hiro Japanese Center, more than 30 different verbal forms are given for each verb including all forms used in contemporary spoken, written, formal and conversational Japanese.Key features of this book are: Includes all the most useful verbs and Kanji (logographic Chinese characters) in Japanese, including less common ones. A wealth of example sentences are given to demonstrate correct verb usage. Over 30 forms are given for each verb including polite or formal, plain, negative, potential, conditional, passive, causative, and many more. Both Kana, Japanese script, and romanized forms are given for each entry. An ideal study guide for the standard Advanced Placement college test and the Japanese Language Proficiency Exam. Special sections are devoted to compound verbs and suru verbs such as Kaimono suru (to shop).

600 Basic Japanese Verbs: The Essential Reference Guide

by Hiro Japanese Center

600 Basic Japanese Verbs is a handy, easy-to-use guide to one of the building blocks of Japanese grammar--verbs.This book will be an essential resource for students wishing to learn Japanese as it shows how to conjugate the 600 most common Japanese verbs quickly, and with very little effort. This is the only guide to list all verb forms in both Japanese script and romanized form.Compiled by Japanese language experts at The Hiro Japanese Center, more than 30 different verbal forms are given for each verb including all forms used in contemporary spoken, written, formal and conversational Japanese.Key features of this book are: Includes all the most useful verbs and Kanji (logographic Chinese characters) in Japanese, including less common ones. A wealth of example sentences are given to demonstrate correct verb usage. Over 30 forms are given for each verb including polite or formal, plain, negative, potential, conditional, passive, causative, and many more. Both Kana, Japanese script, and romanized forms are given for each entry. An ideal study guide for the standard Advanced Placement college test and the Japanese Language Proficiency Exam. Special sections are devoted to compound verbs and suru verbs such as Kaimono suru (to shop).

600 Basic Japanese Verbs

by Hiro Japanese Center

600 Basic Japanese Verbs is a handy, easy-to-use guide to one of the building blocks of Japanese grammar-verbs.This book will be an essential resource as it shows learners how to conjugate the 600 most common Japanese verbs quickly, and with very little effort. This is the only guide to list all verb forms in both Japanese script and romanized form, while giving an accurate English translation for each conjugated form, making this book far more comprehensive than any other book on the subject.Key features of this book are: Includes all the most useful verbs and Kanji (logographic Chinese characters) in Japanese, including less common ones A wealth of example sentences are given to demonstrate correct verb usage Over 30 forms are given for each verb including polite or formal, plain, negative, potential, conditional, passive, causative, and many more Both Kana, Japanese script, and romanized forms are given for each entry An ideal study guide for the standard Advanced Placement college test and the Japanese Language Proficiency Exam Special sections are devoted to compound verbs and suru verbs such as Kaimono suru (to shop), benkyo suru (to study), and much more

7 Steps to Raising a Bilingual Child

by Steven Parker Naomi Steiner Susan Hayes

<P>The best time to learn a second language is as a child.<P> During childhood, the brain is more receptive to language learning than at any other time in life. <P>Aware that a second language can enrich their child's understanding of other cultures and bring future job opportunities in a world drawn ever closer by globalization, many parents today are motivated to raise their children bilingual.<P> This book helps parents in both monolingual and multilingual families determine and achieve their bilingual goals for their child, whether those goals are understanding others, the ability to speak a second language, reading and/or writing in two languages, or some combination of all of these. <P>The authors explain how the brain learns more than one language, explode common myths, address frequently asked questions, and reveal an array of resources available to families.<P> Packed with insightful anecdotes and powerful strategies, this is a one-of-a-kind guidebook for those seeking to provide their children with a uniquely valuable experience.

À la rencontre du cinéma français: Analyse, genre, histoire

by R. J. Berg

À la rencontre du cinéma français: analyse, genre, histoire is intended to serve as the core textbook in a wide variety of upper-level undergraduate and graduate French cinema courses. In contrast to content-, theme-, or issue-based approaches to film, Professor Berg stresses “the cinema­tic­ally specific, the warp and fabric of the film itself, the stuff of which it is made.” Sufficient proficiency in French is the sole prerequisite: “No previous back­ground in film studies is assumed, nor is any prior acquain­tance with French cinema. It will help, of course, to like movies, and to have seen quite a few…” (from the preface).

Absolute Constructions in Early Indo-European

by Antonia Ruppel

In the past, discussions of absolute constructions (ACs) have been limited by an imprecise understanding of what ACs are. By examining the nature and function of ACs and related constructions in Greek, Latin and Sanskrit, this new study arrives at a clear and simple definition of ACs. Focussing on the earliest attested material in each language, it highlights how AC usage differs between languages and offers explanations for these differences. Identifying the common core shared by all ACs, it suggests a starting-point and way by which they developed into Greek, Latin and Sanskrit. Further historical study reveals how ACs have been conceived of by grammarians, philologists and even Christian missionaries over the last two thousand years and how enduring misconceptions still affect our discussion of them today. All Sanskrit material is annotated in detail, making it accessible for classicists in particular and allowing a better understanding of ACs in Greek and Latin.

Academic Encounters, Level 4: Human Behavior (2nd Edition)

by Bernard Seal

The Academic Encounters 2nd edition series uses a sustained content approach to teach skills necessary for taking academic courses in English. There are two books for each content area. Academic Encounters Level 4 Reading and Writing Human Behavior engages students with authentic academic readings from college textbooks, photos, and charts on stimulating topics from the fields of psychology and communications. Topics include health, intelligence, and interpersonal relationships. Students develop important skills such as skimming, reading for the main idea, reading for speed, understanding vocabulary in context, summarizing, and note-taking. By completing writing assignments, students build academic writing skills and incorporate what they have learned. The topics correspond with those in Academic Encounters Level 4 Listening and Speaking Human Behavior. The books may be used independently or together.

Academic Encounters Reading Writing: American Studies

by Janis P. Meek

Topics include the foundations of government, equal rights, and the American Dream. Students develop important skills such as skimming, reading for the main idea, reading for speed, understanding vocabulary in context, summarizing, and note-taking. By completing writing assignments, students build academic writing skills and incorporate what they have learned.

Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: Promoting Content and Language Learning

by Dr Margo Gottlieb Gisela Ernst-Slavit

Make every student fluent in the language of learning. The Common Core and ELD standards provide pathways to academic success through academic language. Using an integrated Curricular Framework, districts, schools and professional learning communities can: Design and implement thematic units for learning Draw from content and language standards to set targets for all students Examine standards-centered materials for academic language Collaborate in planning instruction and assessment within and across lessons Consider linguistic and cultural resources of the students Create differentiated content and language objectives Delve deeply into instructional strategies involving academic language Reflect on teaching and learning

Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: Promoting Content and Language Learning

by Dr Margo Gottlieb Gisela Ernst-Slavit

Make every student fluent in the language of learning. The Common Core and ELD standards provide pathways to academic success through academic language. Using an integrated Curricular Framework, districts, schools and professional learning communities can: Design and implement thematic units for learning Draw from content and language standards to set targets for all students Examine standards-centered materials for academic language Collaborate in planning instruction and assessment within and across lessons Consider linguistic and cultural resources of the students Create differentiated content and language objectives Delve deeply into instructional strategies involving academic language Reflect on teaching and learning

Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: Promoting Content and Language Learning

by Dr Margo Gottlieb Gisela Ernst-Slavit

Make every student fluent in the language of learning. The Common Core and ELD standards provide pathways to academic success through academic language. Using an integrated Curricular Framework, districts, schools and professional learning communities can: Design and implement thematic units for learning Draw from content and language standards to set targets for all students Examine standards-centered materials for academic language Collaborate in planning instruction and assessment within and across lessons Consider linguistic and cultural resources of the students Create differentiated content and language objectives Delve deeply into instructional strategies involving academic language Reflect on teaching and learning

Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: Promoting Content and Language Learning

by Dr Margo Gottlieb Gisela Ernst-Slavit

Make every student fluent in the language of learning. The Common Core and ELD standards provide pathways to academic success through academic language. Using an integrated Curricular Framework, districts, schools and professional learning communities can: Design and implement thematic units for learning Draw from content and language standards to set targets for all students Examine standards-centered materials for academic language Collaborate in planning instruction and assessment within and across lessons Consider linguistic and cultural resources of the students Create differentiated content and language objectives Delve deeply into instructional strategies involving academic language Reflect on teaching and learning

Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: Definitions and Contexts

by Dr Margo Gottlieb Gisela Ernst-Slavit

Ensure your school speaks the language of success! Since the introduction of the Common Core, schools realize the necessity for a deep understanding of academic language as a stepping stone to academic achievement. The expectations for more robust curriculum, instruction, and assessment require administrators, teachers, and students to retool for academic success. This companion volume to Margo Gottlieb and Gisela Ernst-Slavit’s six-book series on academic language provides a thorough overview of key concepts and effective practices. Optimized for curricular planning and in-classroom reference, with particular attention to linguistically and culturally diverse students, the book includes: Definitions and examples of the dimensions of academic language. A step-by-step template for teachers to incorporate academic language into their planning for student learning. Graphic models that illustrate academic language use across the content areas.

Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: Promoting Content and Language Learning

by Dr Margo Gottlieb Gisela Ernst-Slavit

Make every student fluent in the language of learning. The Common Core and ELD standards provide pathways to academic success through academic language. Using an integrated Curricular Framework, districts, schools and professional learning communities can: Design and implement thematic units for learning Draw from content and language standards to set targets for all students Examine standards-centered materials for academic language Collaborate in planning instruction and assessment within and across lessons Consider linguistic and cultural resources of the students Create differentiated content and language objectives Delve deeply into instructional strategies involving academic language Reflect on teaching and learning

Academic Language in Diverse Classrooms: Promoting Content and Language Learning

by Dr Margo Gottlieb Gisela Ernst-Slavit

Make every student fluent in the language of learning. The Common Core and ELD standards provide pathways to academic success through academic language. Using an integrated Curricular Framework, districts, schools and professional learning communities can: Design and implement thematic units for learning Draw from content and language standards to set targets for all students Examine standards-centered materials for academic language Collaborate in planning instruction and assessment within and across lessons Consider linguistic and cultural resources of the students Create differentiated content and language objectives Delve deeply into instructional strategies involving academic language Reflect on teaching and learning

Academic Language Mastery: Vocabulary In Context

by Margarita Espino Calderon Ivannia Soto

By now it’s a given: if we’re to help our ELLs and SELs access the rigorous demands of today’s content standards, we must cultivate the “code” that drives school success: academic language. Look no further for assistance than this much-anticipated series from Ivannia Soto, in which she invites field authorities Jeff Zwiers, David and Yvonne Freeman, Margarita Calderon, and Noma LeMoine to share every teacher’s need-to-know strategies on the four essential components of academic language. The subject of this volume is vocabulary. Here, Margarita Calderon reveals how vocabulary is best taught as a tool for completing and constructing more complex messages. With this book as your roadmap, you’ll learn how to: Teach high-frequency academic words and discipline-specific vocabulary across content areas Utilize strategies for teaching academic vocabulary, moving students from Tier 1 to Tiers 2 and 3 words and selecting appropriate words to teach Assess vocabulary growth as you go Our vocabulary instruction must come from the texts our ELLs and SELs are about to read, not from a set of activities that teach words in isolation. This guidebook will help you get started as early as tomorrow. Better yet, read all four volumes in the series and put in place an all-in-one instructional plan for closing the achievement gap.

Academic Language Mastery: Grammar And Syntax In Context

by David E. Freeman Ivannia M. Soto Dr Yvonne S. Freeman

By now it’s a given: if we’re to help our ELLs and SELs access the rigorous demands of today’s content standards, we must cultivate the “code” that drives school success: academic language. Look no further for assistance than this much-anticipated series from Ivannia Soto, in which she invites field authorities Jeff Zwiers, David and Yvonne Freeman, Margarita Calderon, and Noma LeMoine to share every teacher’s need-to-know strategies on the four essential components of academic language. The subject of this volume is grammar and syntax. Here, David and Yvonne Freeman shatter the myth that academic language is all about vocabulary, revealing how grammar and syntax inform our students’ grasp of challenging text. With this book as your roadmap, you’ll learn how to: Teach grammar in the context of students’ speech and writing Use strategies such as sentence frames, passives, combining simple sentences into more complex sentences, and nominalization to create more complex noun phrases Assess academic language development through a four-step process Look inside and discover the tools you need to help students master more sophisticated and complex grammatical and syntactical structures right away. Better yet, read all four volumes in the series and put in place a start-to-finish instructional plan for closing the achievement gap.

Academic Language Mastery: Grammar And Syntax In Context

by David E. Freeman Ivannia M. Soto Dr Yvonne S. Freeman

By now it’s a given: if we’re to help our ELLs and SELs access the rigorous demands of today’s content standards, we must cultivate the “code” that drives school success: academic language. Look no further for assistance than this much-anticipated series from Ivannia Soto, in which she invites field authorities Jeff Zwiers, David and Yvonne Freeman, Margarita Calderon, and Noma LeMoine to share every teacher’s need-to-know strategies on the four essential components of academic language. The subject of this volume is grammar and syntax. Here, David and Yvonne Freeman shatter the myth that academic language is all about vocabulary, revealing how grammar and syntax inform our students’ grasp of challenging text. With this book as your roadmap, you’ll learn how to: Teach grammar in the context of students’ speech and writing Use strategies such as sentence frames, passives, combining simple sentences into more complex sentences, and nominalization to create more complex noun phrases Assess academic language development through a four-step process Look inside and discover the tools you need to help students master more sophisticated and complex grammatical and syntactical structures right away. Better yet, read all four volumes in the series and put in place a start-to-finish instructional plan for closing the achievement gap.

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