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Practice Handbook in English

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Practice Handbook in English
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Publisher: D. Appleton-Century company
Number of pages: 280

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This Practice Handbook reviews the fundamentals of writing and speech. About half its bulk is exercise material, oral and written, with tests and reviews. It attempts to be simple, definite, practical. The book provides eighty full-page exercises which may be answered on strips of paper laid alongside. A student who buys this handbook may use it for reference year after year, supplementing it by new pads of exercises if necessary.

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