Книга: Steve Baxter, John Murphy «Pearson Test of English General Skills Boosters 5: Teacher's Book (+ CD)»

Pearson Test of English General Skills Boosters 5: Teacher's Book (+ CD)

Key features: - Five complete practice tests in exam-accurate format. - Skills development sections with extra practice on key skills such as listening, reading, speaking and writing. - Vocabulary and grammar practice sections that focus on the language related to the themes of the tests. - Strategies and test tips for typical exam tasks. - A writing guide with model answers and writing guidance for each exam task type. - A Glossary with new words and phrases per unit. - A Teacher's overprinted edition. - Audio CDs with authentic test questions.

Издательство: "Pearson Longman" (2011)

Формат: 210x300, 160 стр.

ISBN: 9781408277966, 978-1-4082-7796-6

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PTE: General Skills Booster: Level 5: Student's Book (+ CD-ROM)PTE General is a comprehensive and coherent assessment programme that covers all the Common European Framework (CEF) levels. It gives test takers the opportunity to identify their strengths, and… — Pearson Education Limited, (формат: 205x295, 144 стр.) Pearson Tests of English Подробнее...20131459бумажная книга

Steve Baxter

Steve Baxter is an American songwriter and guitarist, best known as one of the founding members of the rock group Daniel Amos.

In 1972, Baxter was performing in a band with friends Kenny Paxton and Freddy Sakehama. All three men attended San Jose Bible College. Not long after the trio began performing together, they began hanging around with Terry Scott Taylor, who had been in a number of local bands around the San Jose area. Soon, Taylor, Paxton and Baxter formed Jubal's Last Band together. That band, with the addition of Chuck Starnes, recorded a demo tape together in 1974, which included Baxter's own compositions, "The Bible" and a song called "Freedom." Later that year, Starnes and Paxton had both left the band to pursue other interests, while guitarist Jerry Chamberlain and bassist Marty Dieckmeyer were added to the line up.

Sometime in the middle of 1975, Jubal's Last Band (minus Baxter) auditioned for Maranatha! Music and Calvary Chapel in hopes of signing a recording and performance contract. Another band at the meeting, led by Darrell Mansfield, had a similar name - Jubal. The two bands decided to change their names to avoid confusion. Mansfield renamed his band "Gentle Faith", and Jubal's Last Band became Daniel Amos.

Daniel Amos succeeded in landing a recording and performance contract, and quickly recorded their first song for the label, Taylor's "Ain't Gonna Fight It." A full album, produced by Al Perkins, followed - which included Baxter's "The Bible," "A Servant's Prayer" and "Freedom" (now renamed "Love In A Yielded Heart"). Baxter sang lead vocals on four songs on the album. Baxter left the band after their first album was released.

Источник: Steve Baxter

John Murphy

John Murphy may refer to:


In politics

  • John Murphy (Alabama) (1786–1841), American Democratic Governor and Congressman from Alabama
  • John Murphy (Irish Parliamentary Party) (1870–1930), Member of the UK Parliament for East Kerry, 1900–1910
  • John W. Murphy (1902–1962), American Democratic Congressman from Pennsylvania
  • Jack Murphy (Irish politician) (1920–1984), Irish independent politician, TD Dublin South Central 1957–1958
  • John Joseph Murphy (born 1922), Canadian politician
  • John A. Murphy (born 1927), Irish historian and former independent Senator from Cork
  • John Murphy (Canadian politician) (born 1937), member of the Canadian House of Commons, 1993–1997
  • John Murphy (Texas) (born 1945), Councilmember and former Mayor Pro Tem of Richardson, Texas
  • John Murphy (Australian politician) (born 1950), member of the House of Representatives
  • John J. Murphy (born 1959), American Republican politician
  • John Michael Murphy, US Congressman from New York, implicated in Abscam
  • John W. Murphy (Connecticut), former mayor of New Haven, Connecticut

In sports

  • John Murphy (athlete) (1895–1972), American high jumper
  • John Murphy (announcer), American football announcer for the Buffalo Bills
  • John Murphy (Australian rules footballer) (born 1949), former champion player with the Fitzroy Football Club in the 1960s and 1970s
  • John Murphy (cyclist) (born 1984), American professional cyclist
  • John Murphy (infielder) (died 1949), aka Soldier Boy, a baseball infielder
  • John Murphy (American football coach), college football coach for the Toledo Rockets
  • John Murphy (English footballer) (born 1976), English striker
  • John Murphy (Irish footballer), former Bohemian F.C. player
  • John Murphy (pitcher), a 19th century baseball pitcher
  • John Murphy (swimmer) (born 1953), retired American Olympic gold medalist in swimming
  • John P. Murphy (born 1945), Australian rules footballer at South Melbourne and Sturt
  • Johne Murphy (born 1984), Irish rugby union footballer
  • Johnny Murphy (1908–1970), baseball player


  • Father John Murphy (1753–1798), one of the leaders during the Irish Rebellion of 1798
  • John Murphy (branding consultant) (born 1946), founder of Interbrand
  • John Murphy (composer) (born 1965), British composer of film scores
  • John Murphy (contractor), (1913–2009) British building contractor
  • John Murphy (economist), financial market analyst
  • John Murphy (musician) (born 1959), sometimes credited as "Jonh Murphy", Australian drummer and multi-instrument musician
  • John Murphy (loyalist) (1950–98), terrorist from Belfast
  • John Murphy (playwright) (1929–1998), Irish dramatist, author of The Country Boy.
  • John Alphonsus Murphy, American Medal of Honor recipient
  • John Benjamin Murphy (1857–1916), American surgeon, president of the American Medical Association in 1911
  • John E. Murphy (1869–1941), United States Navy sailor and Medal of Honor recipient during the Spanish-American War
  • John Francis Murphy (1853–1921), American landscape painter
  • Kim Deal, musician sometimes credited as "Mrs. John Murphy"
  • John F. Murphy (JAG), appointed fifth Chief Prosecutor of the Guantanamo Military Commissions
  • John F. Murphy (law professor), Law Professor at Villanova University

See also

  • Jon Murphy (disambiguation)
  • Jack Murphy (disambiguation)

Источник: John Murphy

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