- Author:William Brohaugh
- Publisher:Writers Digest Books (December 1, 1997)
- Pages:586 pages
- Subcategory:Words Language & Grammar
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English through the ages. English through the ages. by. William Brohaugh.
English through the ages. Writer's Digest Books.
English Through the Ages has been added to your Cart. Unlike most books about words, this one is arranged chronologically, not alphabetically. The body of the work consists of a series of word lists.
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This book is particularly useful when you want to give your historical writing that extra oomph, and you want to use the right word for the right time. How about a quick insult? Flip to the proper time frame, say 1350, and Lo!
Published by Writers Digest Books (1997). Published by F&W Media, Incorporated.
Published by Writers Digest Books (1997). ISBN 10: 0898796555 ISBN 13: 9780898796551.
QUIDDITCH THROUGH THE AGES is one of the most popular titles in the Hogwarts school library
QUIDDITCH THROUGH THE AGES is one of the most popular titles in the Hogwarts school library. Madam Pince, our librarian, tells me that it is ‘pawed about, dribbled on and generally maltreated’ nearly every day - a high compliment for any book. Anyone who plays or watches Quidditch regularly will relish Mr Whisp’s book, as do those of us interested in wider wizarding history
Britain through the Ages The Romans in England 43BC till 410AD .
Britain through the Ages The Romans in England 43BC till 410AD Romans The Roman Empire was the largest Empire in the world at this time with most of Europe under the control of Rome. William becomes King William 1 Christmas day 1066 William is crowned king of England Feudal system brought in 1086 The Domesday Book is compiled, a complete inventory of Britain 1215 The Magna Carta is signed by King John 1348 The Black Death hits 1/3 of population dies The Tudor's Civil war between Lancaster and York Henry VII becomes King Stuarts 1509.
Tackling words, letters, grammar and rules, no sacred cow remains untipped as Brohaugh reveals such fascinating and irreverent shockers as: - If you figuratively climb the walls, you are crazy. If you literally climbthe walls, you are Spiderman. "Biting the Mother Tongue": English does not come from England.