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eBook The Oxford Compendium of English: Oxford Language Reference, Oxford Quotations  Proverbs, Oxford Dictionary  Thesaurus download ISBN: 0199691134
Author: Jonathan Law
Publisher: Oxford University Press (November 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 1552
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Hardcover: 1552 pages. Publisher: Oxford University Press (November 2001). ISBN-13: 978-0199691135.

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The book can be used for reference or for browsing: to trace the source of a particular quotation or to find an. .It is difficult to draw the line between quotations and similar sayings like proverbs, catch-phrases, and idioms.

The book can be used for reference or for browsing: to trace the source of a particular quotation or to find an appropriate saying for a special need. The quotations are drawn from novels, plays, poems, essays, speeches, films radio and television broadcasts, songs, advertisements, and even book titles. For example, some quotations (like The opera ain’t over till the fat lady sings ) become proverbial. These are usually included if they can be traced to a particular originator.

The Oxford Compendium of English is the ideal reference source for language lovers. With one volume containing definitive English language usage guidance and practical hints on communicating, another volume filled with the most up-to-date and easily accessible quotations and proverbs, and another volume providing a dictionary and thesaurus from Oxford's unrivalled language database, this is essential reading for the home and the office. OXFORD LANGUAGE REFERENCE * Comprehensive and practical advice on English grammar and usage * Essential information on writing skills, punctuation, grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and common confusables * The use of English as an international language * Information on public speaking, including a checklist for making a business speech OXFORD DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS AND PROVERBS * More than 7,000 quotations, arranged thematically for easy look-up * Quotations on every subject you can think of, from traditional topics like Courage or Knowledge, to topical and contemporary themes such as The Internet or Genetic Engineering * Over 1,000 proverbs, plus special categories including Catchphrases, Film Lines, Official Advice, and Political Slogans OXFORD DICTIONARY AND THESAURUS * Over a quarter of a million dictionary definitions, entries, and alternative words * Extra pronunciation and language help * Special Reverse Dictionary supplement