Purtle, Dale I.'s An Intermediate-Advanced Level Cambodian Refresher Course PDF

By Purtle, Dale I.

This eight-volume audiolingual direction in average Cambodian has been ready for college kids who've accomplished both an introductory college-level process 365 days or have had a thorough process numerous months. fabric within the first volumes, "Book I--Part One" and "Book I--Part Two," introduces the sound method with phonology drills and contains vocabulary perform, narratives, substitution drills, dialogs and conversation drills, grammar notes and drills, and translation exams. fabric in "Book II--Part One,""Book II--Part Two,""Book III--Part One," and "Book III--Part " seems to be within the kind of spontaneous dialogs, substitution drills, and assessments. classes within the ultimate volumes, "Book IV--Part One" and "Book IV--Part Two," are made from sections on interrogation perform, army terminology drills, and comprehension checks. The content material of the cloth through the direction displays Cambodian tradition. All texts, dialogs, and drills seem with English equivalents

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BRADFIELD’S BIG PLANS Top End of Town: Dr J. J. C. Bradfield, centre, on the deck with powerful local identities Judge Backhouse, left, and Sir Mungo MacCallum, right. March 1931. ~ 45 The_Bridge_pmp 6/10/06 2:08 PM Page 46 At first he worked anonymously, computing and planning behind the scenes, checking others’ designs and integrating them with the evolving public transport system. Eventually his work became more public and finally he was elevated onto the shoulders of the city and celebrated like few others.

S. Parrot drew a seven-span bridge that was a more practical solution than Henderson’s or Bennett’s equally fantastic proposal, but posed the problem of being a shipping hazard. Anyway, the government was not interested in Parrott’s idea as it had already begun to negotiate with J. E. Garbett to build a bridge. Parrot, like many others, rolled up his sketches and went home. Garbett’s plans advanced as far as the company lodging £5000 50 ~ THE BRIDGE The_Bridge_pmp 6/10/06 2:08 PM Page 51 deposit with Sir Henry Parkes’s government in 1881, but the money was returned the next year when the government changed and the idea abandoned.

Plans were received again and all arch bridges duly rejected because arches were said to be too big, an eyesore and artistically objectionable. Just to drag it out a bit further, another round of tenders was called in March 1903. The competition got down to three tenders, one for a suspension bridge and two for a cantilever design. Two of the bridges called for foundations sunk in clay beneath the harbour. The government got as far as completing tests to see if the foundations would hold. When foundations were dug in the harbour one man died of the bends and the holes collapsed.

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