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    • MrLace [482524]
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    Thread created on 13:53:58 - 28/10/22 (3 months ago)
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    Last replied 18:09:35 - 28/10/22 (3 months ago)
    Hi there, just a quick one, has anyone done or completed this course and can recommend me a good book before I get square eye doing my assignment. I am currently on assignment on question 1 and it is about defining verbs, nouns, etc... and let's say there is only so many times you can change the way you write a definition.

    I do not expect anyone to do this for myself as I want to be able to understand it perfectly clear for me to teach. But a good book of which I can read rather than staring at a computer screen would not go a miss right now.

    kind regards

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    Posted on 14:04:31 - 28/10/22 (3 months ago)
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    Wrong subforum bud, this is politics & law. 

    If you want a good book recommendation, I hear this guy Marx is pretty good though.
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    Posted on 14:22:39 - 28/10/22 (3 months ago)
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    damn thought it was the non-related thing that's how long I've been behind the computer

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    Posted on 14:24:38 - 28/10/22 (3 months ago)
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    moved over to general non-related

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    Posted on 17:02:44 - 28/10/22 (3 months ago)
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    Thread best suits general non related forums - moved thread there

    I also prefer learning from a physical book rather than a E-book. I hope you will find a good for the course. Good luck!

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    Posted on 18:09:35 - 28/10/22 (3 months ago)
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    Securop [2247082]

    Thread best suits general non related forums - moved thread there

    I also prefer learning from a physical book rather than a E-book. I hope you will find a good for the course. Good luck!
    cheers sorry for the wrong topic. I bought a few books on World organisation of books... I didn't really want a new KS3 book as I am happy paying less for a book that I'm going to read and then rewrite the grammar contexts into my assignment. if I work from a book, I spend less time screen watching as obviously you become use to a keyboard

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