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If you paid attention to Homework for Grown-ups you should hopefully now have a grasp of the basics: know your chiasmus from your zeugma, your obliques from your acutes, and your Anne of Cleves from your Anne Boleyn. Now, sit up straight, and get your jotters and pencils out, because E Foley and B Coates are back to steer you through some of the more complicated elements oIf you paid attention to Homework for Grown-ups you should hopefully now have a grasp of the basics: know your chiasmus from your zeugma, your obliques from your acutes, and your Anne of Cleves from your Anne Boleyn. Now, sit up straight, and get your jotters and pencils out, because E Foley and B Coates are back to steer you through some of the more complicated elements of the curriculum and beyond.Advanced Homework for Grown-ups will revisit and refresh the core subjects of Maths, English, Science, Geography, History and Classics in a little more depth. This time, amongst other topics, they tackle logarithms, unlock the secrets of semantics, and explore the Agrarian Revolution, with a mix of really useful information and entertainingly esoteric material.In addititon, new subjects enter the timetable: Music, Modern Languages, Economics, Politics, Philosophy and Psychology, as well as Design and Drama.Packed with fun practical excercises and, of course, examination papers for the competitive, Advanced Homework for Grown-ups will be the perfect gift....

Title : Advanced Homework for Grown-ups
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ISBN : 9780224086349
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 368 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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  • Charlotte Stevenson
    2019-03-09 08:33

    You know, I never thought I would think it fun to go back to GCSE and over the rules of Latin grammar, Picasso, sports and biology, but it was surprisingly a great life and a heck of a lot of knowledge which takes me back three whole years! Who needs moisturiser to keep them youthful when you have such a bizarre brilliant little book?

  • Levi
    2019-03-09 12:39

    For all the people afraid to say out loud they forget the difference between a subjective and a proper-noun

  • Ruth
    2019-03-10 10:51

    I am giving this 4★ because on the whole it is very enlightening. I am withholding the 5th ★ due to some topics of questions in the tests are never mentioned in the lesson the test is about.