Free reference Kindle books for 03 Jul 18

How to Save $50,000 on College

by Laura H. Gilbert

College should define your life by what you learn, not by what you owe. “How to Save $50,000 on College” offers easy-to-apply tips and strategies to get the education you want for a price you can afford.

This pocket-sized, light-hearted work includes tips to save $10.00 to $50,000 and everything in between. By the end, the reader will be able to create an educational plan that is personally and financially wise; a path that honors one’s current reality as well as one’s dreams for the future.



1000+ Discussion Questions for the ESL Classroom Vol. 1: For intermediate and advanced students, small or big class sizes, from teenagers to adults.

by Gary Bliss

Over 1000 discussion question divided into 42 topics for fast and convenient ready-to-go lesson plans for ESL teachers. Each topic has enough content for at least a 90-minute class. The topics work best for teachers and adults of an intermediate to advanced ability. The topics are also great for English corner activities.

The topics and number of questions per topic are as follows:-

Addictions – 22
Ads – 21
Airports and flying – 21
Animals – 31
Beauty – 23
Bullying – 20
Celebrities – 21
Charity – 21
Cities – 20
Clothes – 22
Computers and the internet – 28
Crime – 24
Dating and relationships – 24
English and languages – 20
Family – 44
Food – 33
Free time – 19
Friendship – 16
Gift-giving – 17
Greetings – 19
Halloween, Vampires and Monsters – 19
Happiness and depression – 24
Hate – 22
Health – 30
History – 16
Homosexuality – 23
Honesty and lies – 27
Hotels – 20
Housework – 19
Housing – 20
Immigration – 27
Jobs and unemployment – 50
Life and death – 33
Marriage – 30
Meeting people – 26
Men, women and sexism – 22
Mobile phones – 24
Money – 22
Movies – 21
Music – 29
Natural disasters – 26
Politics – 21



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