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Key Features This book begins with a historical perspective of the English language and gradually moves on to delineate its evolution, over the centuries, into the present non-native English. The entire text is divided into five parts: first one treks through challenging terrains of English grammar with consummate ease and it familiarises the users to these aspects of grammar in the context of the special purpose that the book addresses at the world level. Deals with `sentence` and its varieties; aims at developing other major language learning skills particularly reading and writing. The various chapters are meaningfully integrated with the field of nursing and medicine. At the middle and end every chapter exercise charts for practice are given. Table of Contents Part I 1 Brief Introduction to English About the English Language 2 The Sentence Types Parts of a Sentence Phrase and Clause 3 Parts of Speech 4 All About Nouns Kinds Gender Number 5 All About Adjectives Kinds Formation of Adjectives Degrees of Comparison Articles 6 All About Pronouns Types 7 All About Verbs Types Active and Passive Voice Tense Infinitive Participle Gerund Strong and Weak Verbs, Regular and Irregular Verbs Auxiliary Verbs 8 All About Adverbs 9 All About Prepositions 10 All About Conjunctions 11 All About Interjections WH Questions Question Tags Part II 13 Transformation of Sentences Simple Sentence to Compound Sentence Compound Sentence to Simple Sentence Simple Sentence to Complex Sentence Complex Sentence to Simple Sentence 14 Direct and Indirect Speech Part III 15 Punctuation Marks 16 Paragraph Writing Introduction Structure Examples and Exercises Comprehension Exercises 17 Letter Writing Types Parts and Format Leave Letters Letters Giving Information Letters of Application, CV Printed Pages: 375. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 67672
Titel: English for Nurses
Verlag: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.
Auflage: First edition.
Buchbeschreibung Churchill Livingstone, 2004. Paperback. Buchzustand: Sehr gut. kleine Lagerspuren am Buch, Inhalt einwandfrei und ungelesen 400468 Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 250. Artikel-Nr. 362252
Buchbeschreibung Evans Bros., 1978. Erstausgabe.. Mit Abb. i. Text. 124 S. - S. etw. randgebräunt. - ISBN: 0237501384 -- Wir akzeptieren VISA und MASTERCARD. Credit cards accepted. --- Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 Taschenbuch 22x14 cm. (Versandstufe 2). Artikel-Nr. 29990
Buchbeschreibung Pappband. New York and London, G.P. Putnam's Sons, The Knickerbocker Press, 1907, 8°, XV, 549 pp.; IV, (2), 461 pp., mit 81 Abbildungen und Tafeln, 2 orig. grünen Leinenbände. First Edition, first issue of the "first authoritative history" on the subject! Later the work was enlarged with two other volumes by Lavinia L. Dock only. - - - Nutting and Dock's study stands as one of the great works on the history of nursing, and is still regarded as an indispensable resource. - Mary Adelaide Nutting (1858-1948) was a renowned American nursing educator and writer, she strongly advocated university education for nurses and was herself the first ever professor of nursing. - Lavinia Lloyd Dock (1858--1956), her co-author for the first two volumes, was Secretary of the International Council of Nurses for more than 20 years and an accomplished activist in the advancement of nursing. She wrote extensively on nursing matters, in particular as an ardent advocate of legislation to control nursing practice. The writing of the History was an enormous undertaking. Covering not only American and English history, volumes 1 and 2 are concerned with the evolution of nursing systems, tracing the developments from the earliest times to the foundation of the first English and American training schools for nurses. - The here missing Volumes 3 and 4, edited by Dock alone, make special reference to the period 1880--1910. The work will be invaluable for any historian of medicine, specialists in women's history and scholars of social welfare. Those interested in the work of Florence Nightingale will find particularly useful its coverage of the important mid-19th century period and the advent of Nightingale training schools for nurses. - - Garrison & Morton No.6635 (Vol.1-4). Buch. Artikel-Nr. 14395
Buchbeschreibung London etc: Ward Lock & Bowden, 1895. xlvi, 1644 S. Sehr dekorativer, neuerer privater kirschroter Halblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rücken im Stile des 18. Jahrhunderts mit leinenbezogenen Deckeln. Der Text in englischer Sprache. Gelegentlich etwas fingerfleckig und mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren, insgesamt jedoch ordentliches, ungewöhnlich dekorativ gebundenes Exemplar des Standardwerks. Artikel-Nr. 5306