Cambridge University Tác giả Kim Sanabria,Bernard Seal NXB CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS Năm XB 20/08/2012 Trọng lượng (gr) 454 Kích thước (cm) 1.2 x 25.2 x 20.2 Số trang 200 Hình thức Bìa mềm Ngôn ngữ Sách Tiếng Nước Ngoài
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The Academic Encounters Second edition series uses a sustained content approach to teach skills necessary for taking academic courses in English.
There are two books for each content area.
Academic Encounters Level 3 Student’s Book Listening and Speaking with DVD Life in Society engages students through interviews and academic lectures on stimulating topics from the field of sociology.
Topics include culture shock, gender roles, and ways of solving crime.
Students develop crucial listening and note-taking skills, discuss content, conduct interviews, and make presentations.
A Student DVD includes all of the academic lectures.
Topics correspond with those in Academic Encounters Level 3 Student’s Book Reading and Writing Life in Society.
The books may be used independently or together.
Ash and Pikachu: Alola Region/Team Rocket
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Ash and Pikachu introduce Pokemon–both new and classic–in this illustrated 2-in-1 flip-it storybook, which includes a full-color wall poster and eye-catching foil on the cover! Featuring two stories in one book and starring Pokemon from the Kanto region to Alola, from the largest in the Pokedex to the smallest, from Fire-Type Pokemon to Ice-Type Pokemon–Pokemon fans of all ages will love being introduced to these exciting creatures from the newest region!
Give And Take
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The motivations behind today’s most successful leaders and entrepreneurs come to a simple yet decisive explanation: there are people who give, people who take, people who match, and people who fake.
Our world is filled with these givers, takers, matchers and fakers.
Amazingly, those who succeed (not only personally but for their clients and companies) don’t take or match.
(Although they’re not necessarily philanthropic.) GIVE AND TAKE presents the fascinating secrets to givers’ success.
The results are unequivocal: givers gain big.
Jack Welch, Richard Branson, Jon Huntsman Sr.
– all of them are givers.
In a world in which so many takers such as Bernard Madoff and Raj Rajaratnam have ruined lives and reputations, this book will reassure readers that the real power lies in becoming a giver.
Since the vast majority of people aren’t born givers, Grant not only presents the case for why givers win, he also offers their hidden strategies for winning.