Scrabble Trainer

Author: Allan Simmons
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0008180768
Size: 16,49 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The perfect Scrabble training tool: discover the most useful words and memory aids to improve your game, whether you’re looking to become a champion or just turn the tables on friends and relations who always seem to beat you!

The Scrabble Word Building Book

Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416571964
Size: 16,57 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Want to outsmart, outwit, and outplay your Scrabble® opponents? Using the completely revised and updated The Scrabble® Word-Building Book, you can! This essential strategy guide shows you how to build on your opponents' words and become a master of this classic game. For novice players and expert wordsmiths alike, this helpful reference includes: A handy list of the 94 two-letter words sure to pile on the points Over 800 three-letter words -- 550 of which can be formed from two-letter words All eight-letter words that can be formed from seven-letter words Every word up to seven letters you can play! To increase your word-building power and achieve the highest score, keep The Scrabble® Word-Building Book at your fingertips -- and beat your opponent every time!

Everything Scrabble

Author: Joe Edley
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416561757
Size: 17,46 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A guide for improving Scrabble skills discusses how to maximize scores with bonus squares, make more seven-letter plays, and increase scoring average using two-letter words, and includes a step-by-step guide to board strategy.

Fun With Scrabble Homonyms And Beyond Guide To Pronunciation

Author: Prof. Dave La. Cash
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483441350
Size: 13,49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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I came up with this idea upon noticing the Scrabble dictionaries did not have the pronunciations so I thought of making it into a fun book and at the same time helping the reader/player recall certain words such as blagging, cwm, mux, offal, stonking, and woopie, including my attempt at using them in the same sentence. With over 2,000 sets of homonyms and more than 5,000 words, I also have bonuses at the end of the book to add some more fun.

The Ultimate Brain Trainer

Author: Abhinav Verma
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 9350097575
Size: 10,37 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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The brain is the most complex machine in the universe. . . Here’s one way of keeping it running well. Everyone knows that the brain stays fit and sharp if you exercise it. Based on the concept of Multiple Intelligences – a holistic approach to the different kinds of intelligences you possess – the intriguing puzzles and games in The Ultimate Brain Trainer help to keep your brain agile and versatile. Covering several brain-fitness aspects, including Logical–Mathematical Ability, Lateral Thinking, Spatial Intelligence, Observation Skills, Memory, and Linguistic Intelligence, the fun-filled exercises in this book have been meticuously curated by Abhinav Verma, a ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor and a founder-member of Rack the Brain, a brain-enrichment organization. A special section introduces you to Mind Maps, an inventive method that can transform how you learn and record information! For anyone wanting to score smarter and better in their studies, work or life, The Ultimate Brain Trainer is the perfect mental skills workout. ‘This book will keep you engaged and thinking for hours. It also provides a succinct overview of IQ, Multiple Intelligences, and Mind Mapping’ Toni Krasnic, author of How to Study with Mind Maps ‘There are different kinds of intelligence and giftedness is a many-dimensional quality. This book is a very useful source of information on this critical topic’ kishore asthana, president, mensa india delhi, mensa proctor & president, underprivileged gifted child program, project dhruv ‘A real brain challenger catering to all types of intelligences’ Sapna Dimri, The Shriram School – Aravali, Gurgaon

Simulations A Handbook For Teachers And Trainers

Author: Jones, Ken
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134984693
Size: 19,68 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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This text provides practical advice and guidance on all aspects of choosing, using, designing, running and assessing simulations. This edition has been updated to include new simulations, references and practical examples.

Every Man His Own Trainer Or

Author: Andrew J. Feek
Size: 13,47 MB
Format: PDF
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Jewish Women Writers In Britain

Author: Nadia Valman
Editor: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 081433914X
Size: 10,22 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Against a background of enormous cultural change during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, writing by British Jewish women grappled with shifting meanings of Jewish identity, the pressure of social norms, and questions of assimilation. Until recently, however, the distinctive experiences and perspectives of Jewish women have been absent from accounts of both British Jewish literature and women’s writing in Britain. Drawing on new research in Jewish studies, postcolonial criticism, trauma theory and cultural geography, contributors in Jewish Women Writers in Britain examine the ways that these women writers interpreted the experience of living between worlds and imaginatively transformed it for a wide general readership. Editor Nadia Valman brings together contributors to consider writers whose Jewish identity was central to their practice as well as those whose relationship to their Jewish heritage was oblique, complicated, or mobile and figured in their work in varied and often unexpected ways. The chapters cover a range of genres including didactic fiction, devotional writing, modernist poetry, autobiographical fiction, the postmodern novel, memoir, and public poetry. Among the writers discussed are Grace Aguilar, Celia and Marion Moss, Katie Magnus, Lily Montagu, Amy Levy, Nina Salaman, Mina Loy, Betty Miller, Eva Figes, Ruth Fainlight, Elaine Feinstein, Anita Brookner, Julia Pascal, Diane Samuels, Jenny Diski, Linda Grant, and Sue Hubbard. Expanding the concerns of Jewish literature beyond existing male-centered narratives of the heroic conflict between family expectations and personal aspirations, women writers also produced fiction and poetry exploring the female body, maternity, sexual politics, and the transmission of memory. While some sought to appropriate traditional Jewish literary forms, others used formal and stylistic experimentation to challenge a religious establishment and social conventions that constrained women’s public freedoms. The extraordinary range of responses to Jewish culture and history in the work of these writers will appeal to literary scholars and readers interested in Jewish women’s history.

Dictionary Of English And French Idioms

Author: Jean Roemer
Size: 16,59 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Our Story

Author: Vivian L. Beeler
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469125900
Size: 13,19 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
Read: 610

Our Story 90 years, Looking Back... The world has changed so much in 90 years that I wanted to write about how they affected our lives. To let you know that we were real people that had the same emotions and feelings that you have. Ive included a little genealogy, a little history and how the things you read about in your history books affected us. Also, how the world has changed socially and morally and not always for the best. Of course this is your 90 year old Great Grandmas story and ideas.