Amir Aharoni

Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (2 of 3)
Location: Israel
Anniversary: Oct. 4
Birthday: Jan. 12
In My Own Words:
This section used to have 100 words. Then i erased them.

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Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Eleventh &hellip by Inc. Merriam-Webster
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This edition of the M-W's Collegiate Dictionary sets a completely new high standard for American dictionaries and in fact -- for any reference book anywhere. This dictionary is everything that a good reference book should be -- self-contained, complete, easy-to-use, extremely well printed, and perfectly consistent. The abbreviations are not overused, the definitions are clear and exhaustive. Inflected forms and alternate spellings are easy to locate and identify. The usage and synonyms notes are of an enormous value for anyone who reads or writes English, and for me it clarified many meanings and different usages (i am not a native English speaker). Another great thing is that the editors… Read more
Which Way Western Man? by William G. Simpson
Which Way Western Man? by William G. Simpson
5.0 out of 5 stars Good for research, Jan. 12 2004
This is yet another of long (1000+ pages) treatises on "why and how are the jews conquering the world of the white race", such as Henry Ford's "The International Jew" (isbn 1410204960). First of all, let me make clear that i'm Jewish and i am not trying to conquer the world and i don't know personally anyone who does. Furthermore, i believe that such books can and should be published, because even though every word in them is an insane lie, very interesting research can be done upon them - research on History, Psychology, Ethnogrgaphy, Anthropology ... and even about the Economics of mass-marketing of hate literature. And that is the reason i'm giving this book 5 stars -- i find such… Read more
Beginners Lithuanian by L Dambriunas
Beginners Lithuanian by L Dambriunas
I study Lithuanian in the University - my major is Structural Linguistics and it is well-known that Lithuanian is an important language with many interesting and ancient "grammatical categories" which are rare or non-existent in other languages.
This is the book my professor recommended, and for a good reason - it indeed gives attention to grammar in each of the forty lessons and towards its end you'll find: an extensive 62-page "Grammatical Appendix"; a short, but useful vocabulary; and some examples of Lithuanian poetry, prose and newspaper language. All of the above are of great help to linguists, however the abundance of complex grammatical and linguistics… Read more