An indispensable companion for poets, songwriters and any composer of verse offering an impressively wide range of both common and obscure rhyming words.
The perfect companion for family Scrabble games. This small, easy-to-use, paperback edition contains valid words from 2-7 letters in length and gives short, succinct definitions to help players use the best words for their game. The short definitions, given for ev... read more
Since the Macquarie Dictionary was first published in 1981, its reputation as Australia's national dictionary has gone from strength to strength. It is now nationally and internationally regarded as the standard reference on Australian English. A comprehensive and up-to-date... read more
Its excellent coverage of essential English vocabulary and clear, accessible style make this revised edition of the Compact Oxford English Dictionary of Current English ideal for general everyday use. Straightforward definitions are accompanied by plenty of example sentences to show how words behave i... read more
|Series:||Lonely Planet Phrasebooks|
|Reading Level:||General Adult|
Lonely Planet: The world's #1 phrasebook publisher* Lonely Planet Japanese Phrasebook Audio CD is your handy passport to culturally enriching travels with the most relevant and useful Japanese phrases and vocabulary for all your travel needs. Get to know your sushi from your sake, enjoy an elaborate t... read more
In colour, and packed with fascinating features on language, Collins Australian Compact Dictionary is the ideal handy reference for people who love language. With extended word histories, surprising folk etymologies, notes on words borrowed from other languag... read more
This book brings together a unique collection of photos, sketches and accounts of the life of river communities. It is not just a book for riverboat enthusiasts, it is for anyone with an interest in social history.
What really goes on inside a sentence? What is your subject, where is your verb, what is its tense, where is your modifier, and why does it matter? Where do you need a comma, and where do you not? Why are dashes and semicolons so misunderstood? When is it which and when is it that? In The Little Green... read more
|Series:||Popular Penguins Ser.|
Steven Pinker's The Language Instinctpropelled him to worldwide fame in 1994. His groundbreaking book's premise - that language is instinctual rather than acquired - so shook the foundations of biological science that the reverberations are still being felt today.