This easy-to-use, pocket-size guide provides both simple definitions as well as words connected with specific situations: driving, money and size conversion charts, restaurants and pubs, travel options, and the terms needed for most sightseeing trips. For all mystery lovers, a special section on crime and police is included. A handy reference page of helpful phone numbers and addresses is also listed at the end of the book.
This book contains 2,400 total dictionary entries and provides the traveler with practical phrases in topics such as accommodations, getting around, food and drink, and much more. Also included are an introduction to the grammar and a pronunciation guide.
Comprising over 17,000 picturesque islands, including Java, Sumatra and Bali, Indonesia is home to the world's second largest rainforest, exotic species of plants and animals, ancient Buddhist and Hindu temples, and miles of beaches. The author includes plenty of pictures of these beautiful sites and information on reaching them. He recommends other points of interest, tours, and sports, including surfing, golf, scuba diving and fishing. The Indonesian language is introduced through useful words and phrases. Using these words and applying the simple grammar and pronunciation rules provided, travellers will be able to communicate quickly and effectively. A special chapter includes important words, phrases and courtesies necessary for conducting business.
Hippocrates, said to have been born in Cos in or before 460 BCE, learned medicine and philosophy; travelled widely as a medical doctor and teacher; was consulted by King Perdiccas of Macedon and Artaxerxes of Persia; and died perhaps at Larissa. Apparently he rejected superstition in favour of inductive reasoning and the study of real medicine as subject to natural laws, in general and in individual people as patients for treatment by medicines and surgery. Of the roughly 70 works in the 'Hippocratic Collection' many are not by Hippocrates; even the famous oath may not be his. But he was undeniably the 'Father of Medicine'. The works available in the Loeb Classical Library edition of Hippocr...
This title contains a book and 2 audio CDs. Ladino, also known as Judeo-Spanish, is the language of the Sephardic Jews. During the middle ages, the Jews who lived in the Iberian Peninsula spoke and wrote in the Romance languages of the host culture. They developed a unified dialect that was distinct from Castilian Spanish. After the expulsion of the Jews in 1492, this language became part of the 'Iberian Heritage' of the Sephardim throughout the world. Today, although the language is in danger of extinction, it is experiencing a revival.
This dictionary consists of 500 entries of people, animals, flowers, colors, numbers, and objects with each entry featuring the word in English and the equivalent in Czech along with the phonetic pronunciation.