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English Verbs & Essentials of Grammar for ESL Learners

English Verbs & Essentials of Grammar for ESL Learners

English Verbs & Essentials of Grammar for ESL Learners

Need extra help learning the odds and ends of the English language?  Check out English Verbs & Essentials of Grammar for ESL Learners. Author Edward Swick covers a variety of subjects including Passive Voice and Punctuation. Find what you need with real-life examples that will help you understand grammar quickly.

Looking for more books like this? Check these out: English Verbs by Loretta Gray or 2,000+ Essential English Verbs by Louise Stracke

By jperez on February 24, 2013 Categories: Adult, Books, Nonfiction

The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling

The Casual Vacancy

J.K. Rowlings is a master at world-building.  But if you’ve even considered picking this book up ever since it came out, you already knew that.  Instead of illuminating a magical world that exists intersected with ours, in The Casual Vacancy she throws open the doors of the mind into a deceptively quiet village in Britain.

When family-man and friendly neighbor Barry Fairbrother dies suddenly of an aneurism, it leave an incredible number of holes in the hearts and minds of his fellow citizens of the village of Pagford.  As the village bustles to fill the “casual vacancy” left by his death on the local Parish Council, J.K. Rowlings explores the unforeseen repercussions of his death, revealing the complex relationships and inner workings of this intimate community.  Barry Fairbrother’s death is a catalyst for the building pressure between neighbors and within families, and the cracks are finally beginning to show.

As you become familiar with the characters, it reads like a sitcom of the tiny English town, one by one baring all of the residents’ petty grudges, and dark secrets.  Rowlings’ observations of human nature are bitingly sharp, often satirical, but ultimately compassionate. And despite its length, readers will be hanging on every word, waiting for the inevitable eruption.

 

By asmith

By MPPL on February 15, 2013 Categories: Adult, Books

The Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling

The Casual Vacancy

J.K. Rowlings is a master at world-building.  But if you’ve even considered picking this book up ever since it came out, you already knew that.  Instead of illuminating a magical world that exists intersected with ours, in The Casual Vacancy she throws open the doors of the mind into a deceptively quiet village in Britain.

When family-man and friendly neighbor Barry Fairbrother dies suddenly of an aneurism, it leave an incredible number of holes in the hearts and minds of his fellow citizens of the village of Pagford.  As the village bustles to fill the “casual vacancy” left by his death on the local Parish Council, J.K. Rowlings explores the unforeseen repercussions of his death, revealing the complex relationships and inner workings of this intimate community.  Barry Fairbrother’s death is a catalyst for the building pressure between neighbors and within families, and the cracks are finally beginning to show.

As you become familiar with the characters, it reads like a sitcom of the tiny English town, one by one baring all of the residents’ petty grudges, and dark secrets.  Rowlings’ observations of human nature are bitingly sharp, often satirical, but ultimately compassionate. And despite its length, readers will be hanging on every word, waiting for the inevitable eruption.

 

By asmith

By MPPL on Categories: Adult, Books

Daria

Daria

Daria

Daria, which aired on MTV between 1997 and 2002, Daria does not care about been popular in high school, establishing long time friendships, or join the glee club in high school…whatever.  Daria Morgendorffer is cool in her own way she funnily explains over and over why she is called “the misery chick”. Her yuppie parents or her younger sister do not get her and the inhabitants of her hometown easily fall prey to her hilarious sarcasm. Watch and laugh out loud how Daria tries to survive high school with as little human contact as possible. This dvd includes all five seasons and plus both TV movies such like “Is it Fall yet?” and “Is it College Yet?”.

By ttovar

By MPPL on February 1, 2013 Categories: Adult, Film

Daria

Daria

Daria

Daria, which aired on MTV between 1997 and 2002, Daria does not care about been popular in high school, establishing long time friendships, or join the glee club in high school…whatever.  Daria Morgendorffer is cool in her own way she funnily explains over and over why she is called “the misery chick”. Her yuppie parents or her younger sister do not get her and the inhabitants of her hometown easily fall prey to her hilarious sarcasm. Watch and laugh out loud how Daria tries to survive high school with as little human contact as possible. This dvd includes all five seasons and plus both TV movies such like “Is it Fall yet?” and “Is it College Yet?”.

By ttovar

By MPPL on Categories: Adult, Film