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Howto Books The A-Z Of Correct English

Howto Books The A-Z Of Correct English
... ‘owned’ the dog the dog’ the dog’s the dog’s tail The smile of the princess The princess’s smile Who ‘owns’ the smile? Put the apostrophe after the owner Add -s Add what is ‘owned’ 18 the princess the ... remember to keep the -e with soft c and soft g words It’s the e that keeps them soft (courageous, traceable) (See SOFT C AND SOFT G.) Don’t keep the -e with these eight exceptions to the rule: truly, ... is ‘owned’ the dogs the dogs’ (no need here) the dogs’ tails The laughter of the women The women’s laughter Who ‘owns’ the laughter? Put the apostrophe after the owners Add -s if there isn’t...
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Penguin Books 80 Days Book

Penguin Books 80 Days Book
... York to London — ship and railway 22 " " " 80 days 'Yes,' said Stuart,' eighty days It's all right on paper But a lot of things can happen in eighty days They can stop you on the way.' 'No, they ... October' he wrote in his little black book But she arrived two days early because there was a north-west wind behind her He wrote 'two days early' in the little black book, but he did not smile At 4.30 ... ?' 'On 11th November, at seven in the evening So we have four days With the wind in the south-east, we can get to Shanghai in four days. ' 'When can we start ?' asked Phileas Fogg 'In an hour We'll...
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Penguin Books 80 Days 2

Penguin Books 80 Days 2
... paper but a lot of … can happen in eighty days. ’ (i) ‘I have twenty thousand … in the bank,’ said Fogg ‘I’ll bet all of it that I can go round the world in 80 days. ’ (j) ‘I have to be back in this ... twelve miles an hour Put the events from Chapter 12 in the correct order (a) Fogg arrived at the Reform Club just before 8.45 on Saturday, 80 days after leaving England (b) Fogg paid for a train ... Club – (k) – on Saturday 21 st December at 8.45 in the … Why does Detective Fix think that Fogg is the thief? Work in pairs Think of some reasons © Pearson Education 20 01 Read Chapter and check...
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Penguin Books How 2 B An Alien Penguin Readers Level3

Penguin Books How 2 B An Alien Penguin Readers Level3
... Civll Servants British Newspapers If Naturalized 7 10 n I2 12 < /b> t4 1,5 77 18 18 19 2I 21< /b> , 21< /b> , 22< /b> 23< /b> 24< /b> 28< /b> 29< /b> 32 < /b> 35 37 11 Introduction PREFACE The weatheris the most important subjectin the land In ... - everybody knows that money cannot make you happy; it is tter to be poor and have no job.The young man buys sevenbig rs and three aeroplanesand becomes more unhappy He builds large and beautiful ... quite understandmy quiet reply: I think I anr the right person to wrire about how < /b> to be an alien' I am an alien I have been an alien all rny life I first understood that I rvasan alien when I...
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Penguin Books Punctuation

Penguin Books Punctuation
... to punctuation as self-expression, you just stick in whatever punctuation takes your fancy, because it's your piece of work, and so it ought to have your punctuation The problem with poor punctuation ... Useful Works on Punctuation 94 8.2 Chapter 13 138 Footnotes 141 References to Published Work 7.1 Chapter 125 56 Chapter 10 Chapter 123 Keyboard 54 vii 15 x The Penguin Guide to Punctuation case ... be almost entirely handled by punctuation Consequently, written English has developed a conventional system of punctuation which is consistent and sensible: every punctuation mark has one or more...
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