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Edible English

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Edible English: English terminology made easy revises the highly successful Edible English with more definitions, and content for Drama, Film, Grammar, Graphics and Visuals, Internet and Computer, Language, Media, Narrative, Poetry and Punctuation Terminology, as well as assessment terms used in Senior English.

The Fourth Edition not only has updated examples, more appendix
Paperback, 4th Edition, 187 pages
Published 2008 by Coolabah Publishing
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