Free reference Kindle books for 03 Dec 16

How to Write an Essay: Everything You Need to Know on Quality Essay Writing

by Kevin S. Leigh

How to Write an Essay: Everything you need to know on quality essay writing.

Download This Amazing Book Today and Become an Essay Writing Master! Available On PC, MAC, Kindle Reader, Smartphone, iPad, or Tablet!

Essays are used to test your understanding of a specific subject or topic. It also forces you to consolidate what you have learned and express how you related to the subject, which is an important step in the learning process.

This book covers the topic of writing quality essays, and will teach you how to efficiently research and direct your essay and how to improve your academic writing.
You will learn everything you need to prepare the research, thesis, structure your essay and more!

At the completion of this book you will have a good understanding of the process of superb essay writing and you will be able to produce excellent essays.

Here Is A Sneak Peek Of What’s Includedâ?¦

  • Prewriting and Outlining
  • Research
  • Thesis Statement
  • Style and Voice
  • Time management
  • Revising and editing secrets
  • Example Essays with Analysis
  • Much, Much More!

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100 Modern English Conversations: Be fluent like a native speaker

by Sampath Bandara

This book contains 100 modern English conversations. They are very modern and contains lot of new vocabulary and speaking patterns. The author has tried to give more situational conversations so as to the reader can have more experience. This book will help you to practice English and you will be able to speak English like a native speaker does.



101 Speaking Topics with Answers: Achieve band 8 or more

by Sampath Bandara

This book is a very useful guide to achieve a high band score in IELTS Speaking component. This contains 101 topics with sample answers. It’s guaranteed that anybody can achieve a good result like band 8 (or more) if they use this guide. You can easily practice well using this book and have a high score for speaking component. In this book, the author has tried to cover most of the topics which may ask in the test. And also he tried his best to give the most suitable answers as much as possible.



A Beginner’s Guide to Death and Disease

by Chris Bradbury

I have a theory. It goes like this. Everything we do is about death. Everything. From reading a book to eating to sexing (that’s a real thing) to sitting at the back of the class in school learning maths. From the day we are born to the day we die, death is at the centre of all we do, either consciously or unconsciously. It drives us, gives us purpose and yet is equally as capable of rendering us inert, unwilling, demotivated and demanding of its presence in an effort to control it. Disease is merely a car for the journey, but a fascinating mode of leaving, all the same. From the plague to suicide, from murder to reincarnation, the journey starts here.



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