Wurlang - Modern English Series 4 - FINAL WORLD LANGUAGE [NOOK Book]

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This book is great for Self-Learning plus Online Instruction and for http://Onlinevideoclassroom.com.

This first edition changes the Best English Book (Modernization No. 3) to partial phonetic and pronunciation ease in a gradual transition. . Edition II will complete the sequence. There are no irregular verbs. The third ...
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Wurlang - Modern English Series 4 - FINAL WORLD LANGUAGE

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Overview

EReader - Portrait
This book is great for Self-Learning plus Online Instruction and for http://Onlinevideoclassroom.com.

This first edition changes the Best English Book (Modernization No. 3) to partial phonetic and pronunciation ease in a gradual transition. . Edition II will complete the sequence. There are no irregular verbs. The third person single verb is made the same as the others so that all 6 singlular, plural and number of person verbs are the same. The sentence flow diagrams are made simple to greatly improve inderstanding.

Edition II will complete the grammatical insruction for Wurlang.
Albright's Wurld Fonetik Dikshunare of 500 pages has been completed in two versions of word sound order.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011898730
  • Publisher: The 21st Century Company
  • Publication date: 10/28/2010
  • Series: World Language Evolution , #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 556 KB

Meet the Author

The author, Thomas B. Albright, discovered the gross error in Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. He had a life of innovation and advanced thought in his field of analysis of complex matters. This life included both unbelievable productive pursuits to the benefits to his two major employers and to the nation. His return, in kind, resulted in unbelievable shortcomings. His life’s story was extraordinary. The highlights appear in the Pubit listed book “21st Century Turfs, Powers, Solutions”. He had a presence of mind to include thoughts of new technology and future world programs, together with the nature of the human race – both past, present, and future. These matters include concerns for positive and negative aspects from the growth of technology as it will affect world peace and survival plus human pursuits of employment in the presence of labor saving devices and the growth of robots.

The author has filed and obtained Copyrights for 28 disclosures. They pertain to real life future applications such as medical, legal, and governmental to the Online Video Classroom method of future education.

His major accomplishment was the evolutionary development of Wurlang The World Language starting with the historic McGuffy Reader. This creative pursuit presents a best instrument for future World Peace. This situation stems from the major conclusion of “in thy getting, get understanding”.

He wrote and published 10 books, listed with Pubit herein. A major book Governmental History quotes the warning of Pope John Paul of history, absent the truth. His development of rendering “Sound Within Letters” SWIL is a profound epic in the future world being essential to Wurlang. Three language books were recommended for adoption by the Dallas, Texas ISD.

Website http://Onlinevideoclassroom.com provides a listing and linkage to seven other websites as an indication of his extensive work in his retirement years.

The author has filed and obtained Copyrights for 28 disclosures during his normal retirement years. They pertain to real life applications, such as medical, legal, and governmental, to the Online Video Classroom method of future education in 1998 and 2005.

He entered Tokyo Bay, as a naval officer, at the end of World War II during the Japanese Surrender Treaty. His education included post graduate studies beyond a Masters degree in Engineering.
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