Converting the World to English [NOOK Book]

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This book presents a program and much of the material needed to teach all the people of a city, country or the world English. It shows how anyone and everyone can go from raw beginner to advanced English student within two years. For large groups, a centrally located auditorium is preferable. Two, two-hour classes at the same time on Saturdays and Sundays should suffice. Classes should be supplemented with a website where the material can be freely downloaded. Classes should also be advertised in the local ...

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Overview

This book presents a program and much of the material needed to teach all the people of a city, country or the world English. It shows how anyone and everyone can go from raw beginner to advanced English student within two years. For large groups, a centrally located auditorium is preferable. Two, two-hour classes at the same time on Saturdays and Sundays should suffice. Classes should be supplemented with a website where the material can be freely downloaded. Classes should also be advertised in the local newspaper. The introduction explains that it is of paramount importance to convert the world to English so as to unite the world's peoples most quickly. The first year is devoted to flash card projections that follow a logical sequence. During the presentation of the images, the English words are also shown and the rules of accents, syllables and phonics introduced as they are applicable. The most simple sentences and complements are also introduced as appropriate. The first year should also be kept lively with cartoons, some of the best of which can be freely downloaded at Frederator.com. If students master 25 words per week, then after one year, they have a 1,300 word vocabulary and are ready to start the Syntax and Sentence Diagramming Lesson, which is included herein. After completion of it, students should be prepared similarly as an intelligent 4 or 5 year old that has grown up in an English-speaking country. The child and our student will no longer need a teacher and rarely need a dictionary because they can discern the meaning of words based on their syntactic context. At this point, students need only to practice the language (e.g. watch English movies, listen to English music, etc.).

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045457798
  • Publisher: David Huttner
  • Publication date: 11/19/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

I don’t have a family as most of you do. The family of my birth succumbed to the usual worldly woes. The family I helped to create and the relationships that might have blossomed into a family have all been deliberately corrupted and systematically destroyed by the wealthiest people and their myrmidons. They do this is an effort to inherit or otherwise gain control of and corrupt my social science books. What they dread most about my books is my new, K (quality reproductive strategy) and R (quantity reproductive strategy) theory of the class struggle. These two strategies cause each other, are the source of all our problems and can only be minimized – and our world civilized – by respectively maximizing equal opportunity and population control. Because the elites and their myrmidons are overwhelmingly loveless and unhappy, latent homosexuals who are motivated only by fear, they seek only money, power and the proliferation of their own genes. They automatically refuse to compromise as they must to maximize equal opportunity – even though the compromises to maximize equal opportunity and population control are essential to human cooperation, everyone’s happiness and accelerating the pace of our evolution.

Since life within the universe appears to be routinely wiped out by the gamma ray bursts that follow the supernova explosions of red dwarf stars and since there are several red dwarfs within our vicinity, the preservation and earliest adoption of social science may be essential not only to human progress but also to the very survival of all life on Earth. Therefore, you can count on me to remain faithful to the human family and devoted to the communist goal of uniting us into one loving family. You can count on me to bequeath these books to all of you, to the public domain and not to create or bequeath them to any lesser and unworthy “family.” Anything that you ever see or hear to the contrary is just another stupid and malicious bourgeois trick.

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