Friday, 27 February 2009
French is a Romance language originating in France but spoken in many other parts of the world: in Europe in Southern Belgium and Western Switzerland; in North America in Quebec, New Brunswick, other parts of Canada, and parts of Louisiana; in the former French colonies in North Africa and West Africa; in Haiti and Martinique in the Caribbean; in French Guiana in South America; in Tahiti and numerous other islands in Oceania. It has long been the language of international diplomacy and communication, and although replaced largely by English since World War II, it remains de rigueur for educated people around the world to have some level of basic French ability.
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Dutch is a Germanic language spoken in the Netherlands, the northern part of Belgium (also called Flemish there) and parts of Suriname. It is the ancestor language of the Afrikaans spoken in South Africa, which is still quite similar to Dutch.
Since many Dutch and Flemish people like to practice their foreign languages it is very difficult to learn more than the basics. You will notice that even after having reached a reasonable level people continue to respond in English after having started the conversation in Dutch.
Older people generally don't speak English though, so a bit of Dutch can come in handy.
In Flanders it is much more common to use the polite form than in the Netherlands, where it is nowadays mostly reserved to address elderly people. However, since it could be a problem to use the casual form where the polite form is due, and the opposite might simply invoke some giggles, we use the polite form in this phrasebook unless mentioned otherwise.
The pronunciation of the G differs greatly between the Flemish and the Dutch. The Dutch G can sometimes sound a bit like someone cleansing his throat. The actual border of the soft/hard G lies between the Rhine and the Wall.
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Wednesday, 11 February 2009
Search engine optimization is often about making small modifications to parts of your website. When viewed individually, these changes might seem like incremental improvements, but when combined with other optimizations, they could have a noticeable impact on your site's user experience and performance in organic search results. You're likely already familiar with many of the topics in this guide, because they're essential ingredients for any webpage, but you may not be making the most out of them.
Even though this guide's title contains the words "search engine", we'd like to say that you should base your optimization decisions first and foremost on what's best for the visitors of your site. They're the main consumers of your content and are using search engines to find your work. Focusing too hard on specific tweaks to gain ranking in the organic results of search engines may not deliver the desired results. Search engine optimization is about putting your site's best foot forward when it comes to visibility in search engines.
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Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide.pdf
Saturday, 7 February 2009
Everyday Health Guide: 365 Tips for Healthy Living
By Joseph Then The Healthy Portal: Building a healthy live… Online http://www.thehealthyportal.com
Page : 136 Pages
Table of contents :
Tip 1. Colour Therapy, A Basic Guide to Putting Colour in Your Health
Tip 2. Recognize the Problem with Conventional Therapies
Tip 3. Use the Recovery Diet
Tip 4. Anti-Aging Therapies
Tip 5. Basic Nutritional Principles
Tip 6. Basic Dietary Treatment Principles
Tip 7. Basic Vegetarianism
Tip 8. Get to Know Healthy Kitchen Practices
Tip 9. Control Inflammation with Cold
Tip 10. Control Pain with Heat
Tip 11. Fasting Is a Time of Rest
Tip 12. Hydrotherapy, the treatment of disease with the bath
Tip 13. A simple nature cure for inflammatory conditions is the cold footbath.
Tip 14. The cold hipbath is a routine treatment in most diseases.
Tip 15. The Epsom salt bath is useful in many conditions.
Tip 16. A simple nature cure is the hot footbath.
Tip 17. A hot hipbath relieves conditions “below the belt.”
Tip 18. The hot immersion bath is a surprising cure for obesity.
Tip 19. Use the mud bath to remove impurities.
Tip 20. Enhance beauty with the mudpack.
and more ....365 tips
This ebook can be downloaded in here : 365 Tips for Helathy Living.pdf
Friday, 6 February 2009
Author : Lynn Lundquist
Page : 54 Pages
The ebook content :
Chapter 1 : Teaching your tongue to speak English
Chapter 2 : Four rules for learning spoken English
Chapter 3 : Grammar and writing in spoken English study
Chapter 4 : Do you need beginning and advanced lesson?
Chapter 5 : Selecting a text
Chapter 6 : Studying the English verb
Chapter 7 : Success in spoken English study
This ebook ca be downloaded in here : Learning English Spoken.pdf
Thursday, 5 February 2009
Page : 29 pages
This ebook can be downloaded in here :
Adsense Revenue Exposed.zip
Table of contents
- Make sense of google adsense and maka money
What is google adsense
How the ads get your site
Google adsense program
- How much can I make with adsense and how do I get started
Part 1 : Join the adsense program
a. Understanding google policies
b. Content : the key to adsense
Part 2 : the 5 step plan to success
a. Step 1 : Formatting ad blocks
b. Step 2 : Ad placement
c. Step 3 : Researching keywords
d. Step 4 : Developing content
e. Step 5 : Tracking and report
Part 3 : Summary and additional resource
a. Adsense do's and don'ts
b. Two more adsense opportunities
a. Further adsense resource
b. Tools and scripts
c. Adsense information websites and tutorials
Wednesday, 4 February 2009
Page : 365 pages
This ebook can be download in here :
Excel 2007 Workbook for Dummies
Ebook content :
Part I: Creating Spreadsheets
Part I is from chapter 1 until chapter 5
In This Chapter
a. Identifying the different parts of the Excel display screen
b. Selecting commands on the Office menu
c. Selecting commands on the Ribbon
d. Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
Entering the Spreadsheet Data
Launching Excel and opening a new workbook
a. Moving around the workbook
b. Selecting cell ranges in a worksheet
c. Doing simple data entry in a worksheet
d. Using AutoFill to create data series and copy formulas
e. Saving the spreadsheet as an Excel workbook file
Formatting the Spreadsheet
In This Chapter
a. Resizing columns and rows in a worksheet
b. Formatting cells with the Home tab of the Ribbon
c. Formatting cells with the Format Cells dialog box
d. Using Cell Styles
h. Using Conditional Formatting
i. Hiding columns and rows in a worksheet
Printing Spreadsheet Reports
In This Chapter
a. Previewing pages in the Page Layout view
b. Using Page Break Preview to adjust the paging
c. Adding readymade and custom headers and footers to a report
d. Adjusting various Page and Print Settings
e. Printing all or portions of a workbook
Modifying the Spreadsheet
In This Chapter
a. Selecting the cell ranges that require editing
b. Finding data entry errors with Text to Speechc.
Inserting and deleting cell ranges
Moving and copying cell ranges
Using comments in the spreadsheet
Finding and replacing cell entries and spell checking the spreadsheet
Editing worksheets as a group
Part II: Using Formulas and Functions
Part II is from chapter 6 until chapter 14
Part III: Working with Graphics
Part III is from chapter 15 until chapter 16
Part IV: Managing and Securing Data
Part IV is from chapter 17 until chapter 18
Part V: Doing Data Analysis
Part IV is from chapter 19 until chapter 20
Part VI: Macros and Visual Basic for Applications
Part IV is from chapter 21 until chapter 22
Part VII: The Part of Tens
Part IV is from chapter 23 until chapter 24
Appendix: About the CD
Monday, 2 February 2009
In this E‐Book I will guide new members to mighty Google AdSense service. Google AdSense is an ad serving program run by Google. Website owners can enroll in this program to enable text, image and, more recently, video advertisements on their sites. These ads are administered by Google and generate revenue on either a per‐click or per‐thousand‐impressions basis.
It's most popular online advertisement service which allows everyone to earn money from their websites or blogs easily.
HOW TO EARN MONEY WITH ADSENSE?
You will earn money if someone clicks on your advertisements (on your site or blog). You can earn or make money with Google AdSense using several available advertising options.
When and How to Get Paid from Google?
When your total unpaid earnings reach $100, Google will send you a payment at the end of the next month. For example, if your total unpaid earnings reached $100 during January and you completed the 4 steps above, they will send you a payment at the end of February.
If your total unpaid earnings haven't yet reached $100, they'll roll over to the next month and accrue until they meet the $100 threshold.
Optimize and Edit your Advertisements
For now we know which advertisement we can choose and how to get paid with Google AdSense. But we don't know how to optimize and edit advertisements for your site... yet!
To do that you need only to setup Advertisement colors and positions on your site or blog. That's not hard as you think it is. All you need is to read above and find out how to easily do all of that.
This e book can be downloaded in here :
Beginner Guide Ebook to Make Money with Google Adsense
Adsense Blogging in 2007
2006 has seen many extraordinary changes in the blogosphere as well as Adsense. More and more people are entering the world of blogging,
and many of them are putting their hands on Google Adsense to generate a part-time income.
Some of them made it successfully and become full-time blogger. They are able to climb to the top of the Adsense ladder and cash their
tens-of-thousands checks, laughing all the way to the bank, while others are still scratching their head in dismay trying to figure out
what went wrong.
This special report is written specifically to outline what works and what doesn’t. Without further ado, let’s get started.
The mandatory legal stuff is over. Let’s get started. Let me first thank you for taking the time to download and read this Special Report.
In this report, we shall talk about…How To Skyrocket Your Adsense Income,Boost Your Affiliate Checks and Jet Propel Your Sales.
#1. Earning Adsense Income: Is It True?
#2. How To Start With Adsense?
#3. Building Your Adsense Websites
#4. Integrating Your Adsense Websites With Your Affiliate Program Links
This is a no-fluff, no-filler, plain-english text that’s written to put more money into your pockets and bank accounts using the power of Adsense and Affiliate promotion.
So, take your time, enjoy, and learn!
This e book can be downloaded in here : Adsense Affiliate Income
This e book is content how to create your own money-making adsense website.
Google has unleashed an amazing source of advertising and revenue for both advertisers and publishers of websites. It's called Google Adsense. Adsense gives website publishers of all sizes the ability to display relevant Google ads on their content pages. Because the ads are relevantto your content your click through rates will be very high (you earn revenue as publisher every time someone clicks on ad on your page.
it is important to have something on your site OTHER than just content. Google wants relevant GOOD site - not sites just put up to earn money from Google.
For more details about this ebook, download in Adsense-Guide.zip
Sunday, 1 February 2009
Title : Blueprint Guide to Blogger
(How to blog for free)
By : Joesy
Page : 27 Pages
This e-book can be downloaded in here :
Blueprint Guide to Blogger.pdf
E book contents :
Step 1 : Start
Step 2 : Create your blog
Step 3 : Create your account
Step 4 : Name your blog
Step 5 : Choosing your template
Step 6 : Post to your blog
Step 7 : Posting to your blog
Step 8 - step 13 : Setting basic - setting email
Step 14 - step 16 : Template "pick new", template "adsense"
Step 17 : Publish your blog
Japanese is spoken in Japan, and essentially nowhere else. The language is distinct from Chinese and Korean, although the written form uses Chinese (kanji) characters, and is not known to be related to any other language.
Japanese generally employs a subject-object-verb order, using particles to mark the grammatical functions of the words.
Reading and writing Japanese are advanced skills which take years of work to gain much real proficiency. Japanese themselves use three different writing systems of various complexity, two of which (hiragana' and katakana) are syllabic and relatively easy to learn with 50 characters each, but the clincher is the set of over 2000 Chinese characters known as kanji. The set of hiragana characters is illustrated below.
Japanese is not a tonal language like Chinese or Thai, and is comparatively easy to pronounce.
Japanese has both short and long vowels and the distinction is often important. In romanized Japanese, long vowels are marked with a macron, so that ō represents "long O".
Japanese uses certain hiragana characters as particles which mark the grammatical function of a word or phrase in a sentence. Some hiragana are pronounced differently when used as a particle.
Accent / Intonation
Avoid placing too much emphasis on particular words or syllables. Japanese does have stress and intonation, but it is significantly flatter than English. Mastering word stress is a more advanced topic and neglecting it at this point should not interfere with meaning. Just trying to keep your intonation relatively flat will make your attempts to speak Japanese more comprehensible to local listeners. When asking questions, you can raise the tone at the end, as in English.
And more .....
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