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The End
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Teach Yourself Croatian Complete Course
Learning Croatian as easy as 1-2-3 With this book, Croatian is attainable for any beginning student. You can use “Teach Yourself Croatian Complete Course” at your own pace or as a supplement to formal courses. This complete course is based on the very latest learning methods and designed to be enjoyable and user-friendly. Prepared by experts in the language, “Teach Yoursel Learning Croatian as easy as 1-2-3 With this book,...

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Street French 2: The Best of French Idioms
Teaches the essentials of common French idioms used in everyday commerce, conversation, books, movies, and writing that are often unknown to non-native speakers. This accessible guide consists of 10 lessons divided into the following parts: dialogue, vocabulary, vocabulary practice, grammar, and exercises. Several chapters offer a special section which provides an up-close Teaches the essentials of common French idioms used in everyday...

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The Aleph and Other Stories
Full of philosophical puzzles and supernatural surprises, these stories contain some of Borges’s most fully realized human characters. With uncanny insight he takes us inside the minds of an unrepentant Nazi, an imprisoned Mayan priest, fanatical Christian theologians, a woman plotting vengeance on her father’s “killer,” and a man awaiting his assassin in a Buenos Aires gu Full of philosophical puzzles and supernatural surprises,...

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Word Histories and Mysteries: From Abracadabra to Zeus
Did you know that cats are related etymologically to caterpillars? Or that Thomas Edison played a key role in popularizing the use of the greeting “Hello”? Or that muscles were originally mice, since a flexed biceps looks like a little rodent scurrying under the skin? Word Histories and Mysteries provides a panoramic view of the unique richness of English, uncovering the or Did you know that cats are related etymologically to...