Did you ever want to teach your kids Money, Finance & Shopping in Bosnian ? Learning Bosnian can be fun with this picture book. In this book you will find the following features: Bosnian Money, Finance & Shopping Names Colorful Pictures of Money, Finance & Shopping English Money, Finance & Shopping Names
Did you ever want to teach your kids Money, Finance & Shopping in Haitian Creole ? Learning Haitian Creole can be fun with this picture book. In this book you will find the following features: Haitian Creole Money, Finance & Shopping Names Colorful Pictures of Money, Finance & Shopping English Money, Finance & Shopping Names
The deep understanding of the forces that affect the valuation, risk and return of fixed income securities and their derivatives has never been so important. As the world of fixed income securities becomes more complex, anybody who studies fixed income securities must be exposed more directly to this complexity. This book provides a thorough discussion of these complex securities, the forces affecting their prices, their risks, and of the appropriate risk management practices. Fixed Income Securities, however, provides a methodology, and not a shopping list. It provides instead examples and methodologies that can be applied quite universally, once the basic concepts have been understood.
There are 42 million native Korean speakers, including more than 1 million in the U.S., and knowledge of Korean is increasingly in demand due to South Korea´s growing economic influence and North Korea´s continuing international security issues. This fun and easy guide helps people pick up basic skills in this challenging language. Complete with a CD featuring sample dialogues in MP3 format, it covers grammar, numbers, greetings and introductions, small talk, phone conversations, eating and drinking, money, transportation, directions, shopping, recreation, and emergencies. Provides phonetic spellings of Korean words Get the basics you need to interact with Korean speakers with ease! Want to communicate in Korean? This easy-to-understand guide explains the basic grammar, numbers, and vocabulary you need to make introductions, small talk, and to get around. From ordering food and asking directions to handling money, shopping, and taking transportation, you´ll see how to speak the language and be understood. Plus, you get fun exercises, verb tables, and a mini-dictionary! Discover how to: * Understand Korean mannerisms * Use common phrases and sentences * Follow etiquette rules * Pronounce words correctly * Sound more Korean
This is a new edition with instructional DVD! Reorganised, and now covering bass guitars, this is a must-have book for anyone who owns an electric guitar, from beginner to pro. From shopping for a first electric guitar to setting customized action, this do-it-yourself primer for owning and maintaining an electric guitar explains the ins and outs of choosing the right guitar; cleaning, tools, and basic maintenance; personalizing and improving on a ´factory setup´; troubleshooting; basic guitar electronics; choosing and installing replacement pickups, pots, switches, and capacitors; setups of the pros; and, much more. This new edition is overhauled from top to bottom and re-organized to make it easy for the reader to make his electric guitar sound and play great. This edition also covers bass guitars. As the author of ´´Guitar Player´´´s popular ´´Repairs´´ column, Dan Erlwine has shown thousands of guitar owners how to keep their instruments in top condition.
Trusted team DAVID A. ADLER and EDWARD MILLER continue their series of popular math books with a primer on money! DAVID A. ADLER and EDWARD MILLER continue their series of award-winning math books with Money Math American presidents guide children through concepts and equations in this lively introduction to currency values and adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing money. Topics covered include units of money in the American system, from pennies to dollars; the many ways these units combine to make a price; basic money symbols such as the dollar and cents signs; and the fraction math inherent in shopping. After reading Money Math, kids will be confident with their pocket change!
Do you know a bit of English, and want to improve without a teacher? Whether you´re a student, a traveller, or you just want to learn basic English, this plain-speaking guide will help you pick up the essentials so you´ll be understanding and speaking English in no time. Improve your grammar, speech, vocabulary and pronunciation at your own pace, and prepare yourself to get around in any English-speaking country comfortably - and without embarrassment! Learning English as a Foreign Language For Dummies includes: Part I: Getting Started Chapter 1: You Already Know a Little English Chapter 2: Basic English Grammar Chapter 3: Greetings and Introductions Part II: English in Action Chapter 4: Shopping and Numbers Chapter 5: Eating Out Chapter 6: Out on the Town Chapter 7: Hobbies and Free Time Chapter 8: Talking on the Phone Chapter 9: At the Office and Around the House Chapter 10: Written English - Newspapers and Signs Part III: English on the Go Chapter 11: Money Chapter 12: Checking into a Hotel Chapter 13: Asking Directions and Getting Around Chapter 14: Handling Emergencies Part IV: The Part of Tens Chapter 15: Ten Ways to Speak English Quickly Chapter 16: Ten Favourite English Expressions Chapter 17: Ten Holidays to Remember Chapter 18: Ten Phrases That Make You Sound Fluent in English Part V: Appendices Appendix A: Phrasal verbs explained Appendix B: Common Verbs [Agree, Can / be able, Come, Do, Go, Have, Make , Need, Put, Think] English Irregular Verbs Appendix C: On the CD
T&P BOOKS VOCABULARIES are intended to help you learn, memorize, and review foreign words. The dictionary contains over 9000 commonly used words. Recommended as additional support material to any language course. Meets the needs of beginners and advanced learners of foreign languages. Convenient for daily use, reviewing sessions and self-testing activities. Allows you to assess your current vocabulary. This book can also be used by foreigners to learn English. THIS REVISED EDITION (American English, July 2013) contains 256 topics including: Basic Concepts, Numbers, Colors, Months, Seasons, Units of Measurement, Clothing & Accessories, Food & Nutrition, Restaurant, Family Members, Relatives, Character, Feelings, Emotions, Diseases, City, Town, Sightseeing, Shopping, Money, House, Home, Office, Working in the Office, Marketing, Sports, Education, Computer, Internet, Tools, Nature, Countries, Nationalities and more ... SPECIAL FEATURES of T&P Books bilingual vocabularies: Words are arranged according to their meaning, not alphabetically. Content is presented in three columns to facilitate the reviewing and self-testing processes. Each theme is composed of small blocks of similar lexical units. The vocabulary offers a convenient and simple transcription for each foreign word. IF YOU HAVE any question, suggestion or feedback, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Ref. BODFR
Useful Korean Cookbook for English Speakers 75 Representative Food Recipes: Staple for Learning How to Cook Korean Food Giving Tips on Shopping for Ingredients Easily in Other Countries To enjoy Korean food culture with other citizens of the world, the Korean Food Foundation and Hollym Corp., Publishers published the Korean cookbook: The Korean Kitchen: 75 Healthy, Delicious and Easy Recipes. The book was released to introduce representative Korean traditional dishes. The book provides not only 75 Korean food recipes, but also basic ingredients of Korean cuisine, techniques to make Korean dishes, and the traditional Korean table setting. Because purchasing ingredients is an important part of cooking Korean food, the book especially gives tips on shopping for ingredients easily in other countries. The book also refers to some alternative food materials as a tip on the recipes. Its Korean edition is also published. The book contains representative Korean recipes such as rice mixed with vegetables and beef (bibimbap), spicy soft dubu stew (sundubu-jjigae), dumplings (mandu), grilled marinated beef (bulgogi), and braised short ribs in soy sauce (galbi-jjim), etc. The recipes are divided into (1) Rice, Porridge and Noodles, (2) Soups and Stews, (3) Special Dishes, (4) Side Dishes, (5) Kimchi, and (6) Desserts. There were many photos to illustrate steps and clearer explanation in the recipes of the book. Through this book, readers will be able to cook from everyday dishes to fancy feasts to beverages and desserts. Korean cuisine has gained world-wide attention as healthful foods because of the increased number of grains and vegetables compared to Western foods, as well as the scientifically proven benefits of fermented foods. Additionally, ¿Korean kimchi and kimchi culture¿ was listed as a UNESCO world intangible cultural heritage in December, 2013; thus, Korean food culture is not only a Korean resource but also a world wide cultural asset that should be preserved and passed on. In this time, The Korean Kitchen will be good choice for people interested in Korean home cooking and for Korean-Americans who want to learn how to cook Korean. This book might be a good friend to the global kitchen.
For computer-security courses that are taught at the undergraduate level and that have as their sole prerequisites an introductory computer science sequence (e.g., CS 1/CS 2). A new Computer Security textbook for a new generation of IT professionals. Unlike most other computer security textbooks available today, Introduction to Computer Security, 1e does NOT focus on the mathematical and computational foundations of security, and it does not assume an extensive background in computer science. Instead it looks at the systems, technology, management, and policy side of security, and offers students fundamental security concepts and a working knowledge of threats and countermeasures with ?just-enough? background in computer science. The result is a presentation of the material that is accessible to students of all levels. Features + Benefits Accessible to the general-knowledge reader. Authors Goodrich and Tamassia recognize that prerequisites for an extensive background in CS and mathematics are not only unnecessary for learning but also arguably contribute to a reduction in enrollments and a shortage of computer-security experts. Therefore, the authors assume only the most basic of prerequisite knowledge in computing, making this text suitable for beginning computer science majors, as well as computer science minors and non-majors. Teaches general principles of computer security from an applied viewpoint. In this new text, the authors cover specific computer security topics while providing necessary material on the foundations of computing needed to understand these topics. As a result, students learn about vital computer security topics such as access control, firewalls, and viruses as well as a variety of fundamental computer-science concepts like algorithms, operating systems, networking, and programming languages. Topics covered include: o Common cyberattacks including viruses, worms, Trojan horses, password crackers, keystroke loggers, denial of service, spoofing, and phishing. o Techniques for identifying and patching vulnerabilities in machines and networks as well methods for detecting and repairing infected systems. o Fundamental building blocks of secure systems such as encryption, fingerprints, digital signatures and basic cryptographic protocols. o Human and social aspects of computer security, including usability, interfaces, copyright, digital rights management, social engineering, and ethical issues. A practical introduction that will prepare students for careers in a variety of fields. This text encourages students to think about security issues and to deploy security mechanisms early in designing software applications or in making software purchase/ deployment decisions. This skill will be appreciated by future employers--who may include corporations in the financial, healthcare and technology sectors--for whom the security of software applications is a critical requirement. The material in the text will also provide readers with a clear understanding of the security ramifications of using computers and the Internet in their daily lives (e.g., for online banking and shopping), as well as the potential threats to individual privacy (as seen in recent debates on electronic voting, for example), and possibly to democracy itself, that may arise from inappropriate use of computer security technology. Projects The authors provide a collection of creative, hands-on projects at three levels of difficulty that can be used both in computer security and computer security-related courses. A wide set of options will allow instructors to customize the projects to suit a variety of learning modes and lab resources. In each project, students are given a realistic, though simplified, version of a working system with multiple vulnerabilities and a list of allowed attack vectors. They may be asked to work in ?break-it? mode, which will require students to attack a system by developing exploits that take advantage of the discovered vulnerabilities, or they may be asked to work in ?fix-it? mode in which the student hardens the system by developing mechanisms for removing or mitigating the vulnerabilities. SUPPLEMENTS A collection of slide presentations created by the authors each suitable for a one-hour lecture, covering all the course topics. The presentations will include links to relevant resources on the web and will have extensive notes. The slide presentations have been created in a standard file format compatible