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Webster's New World American Idioms Handbook: Brenner, Gail Abel: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
Book Details
Webster's New World American Idioms Handbook
Webster's New World American Idioms Handbook
Publisher : Websters New World
Published Date : 2003/04
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780764524776

BookWeb Price : A$ 23.52
Kinokuniya Card Member Price : A$ 21.17

Availability Status : Available for order from suppliers.
Usually dispatches within 3 weeks.
Language : English

Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A21010000
Publishers: Commercial
Place of Publication: United States
Language of Publication: English
Edition: First
Physical Format: Paperbound
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Geographic Designator: United States
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Table of Contents
 
    Preface.
    Introduction.
    PART I: Introduction.
    Chapter 1: An Introduction to Idioms.
    PART II: Idioms for Everyday Activities and
    Occasions.
    Chapter 2: Family Matters: Family, Home,
    and Life Stages.
    Chapter 3: Caring for the Body: Eating,
    Sleeping, and
 

The most comprehensive reference for understanding and applying American idioms The largest barrier to fluency in English is the ability to understand and use idiomatic language. Webster's New World American Idioms Handbook walks readers through learning and using American idioms, with complete explanations for over 1,000 idioms. Emphasizing acquisition, application, and understanding, this book offers all the information readers need to know about when, where, why, and how to use them. It includes a wealth of examples to provide users with context-and the thorough explanations help readers identify which idioms are appropriate for which situations. An extensive index allows easy, helpful access to individual idioms so that they can be found quickly. Gail Brenner (Santa Cruz, CA) is an Intensive English Language Program course developer and instructor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Brenner has worked in the public schools, specialized language programs, private business, and the university-where she now teaches Advanced Grammar, TOEFL Preparation, and Pronunciation. She is the author of the upcoming Ingles Para Dummies (0-7645-5427-1).

Contents
Preface. Introduction. PART Ito Idioms. PART II: Idioms for Everyday Activities and Occasions. Chapter 2: Family Matters: Family, Home, and Life Stages. Chapter 3: Caring for the Body: Eating, Sleeping, and Grooming. Chapter 4: Health Matters: Good Health, Illness, and Addiction. Chapter 5: Nose to the Grindstone: School and Work. Chapter 6: Peanuts and Dough: Money. Chapter 7: Taking It Easy: Entertainment, Leisure, and Travel. Chapter 8: Love Makes the World Go 'Round: Romance. Chapter 9: Common American Phrases and Slang Expressions. PART III: Idioms for Expressing Emotion, Character, Success, and Failure. Chapter 10: Emotions. Chapter 11: Character Traits. Chapter 12: Success, Failure, and Luck. PART IV: Idioms by Key Words. Chapter 13: Body Idioms. Chapter 14: Color Idioms. Chapter 15: Number Idioms. Chapter 16: Negative Word Idioms. Chapter 17: Question Word Idioms. PART V: Phrasal Verbs. Chapter 18: Using Phrasal Verbs. Chapter 19: Two-Word Phrasal Verbs. Chapter 20: Three-Word Phrasal Verbs. Appendix I: Expressions with Do, Fix, Have, Make, and Take. Appendix II: Differences between American Idioms and British Idioms. Index.