භාෂාවක් නිවැරදිව හැසිරවීම සඳහා ව්යාකරණ අවශ්යය. පැරණි භාෂාවක් වූ සිංහලයට ඇති පැරණි ව්යාකරණ ග්රන්ථය සිදත් සඟරාවයි. මෙය ශ්රී ලාංකික විද්වතුන්ගේ නොමද ගෞරවයට පාත්ර වූ ග්රන්ථයකි. සිංහල වියරණ උගැන්මෙහි ලා සිදත් සඟරාව අත්යවශ්යම වූ කෘතියක් බව නොරහසකි.
Little Oxford English Dictionary
The little oxford english dictionary draws on the analysis of hundreds of millions of words of ‘real’ english carried out for the new oxford dictionary of english.
සිංහල ගැමි නාටකය
පොදුවේ නාට්ය කලාවේ ප්රභවය,නාට්ය කලාව හා ආගම අතර සම්බන්ධය, නාට්ය කලාවේ විශේෂ ලක්ෂණ ආදී කරුණු ගැනත් මෙහි ඇතුළත් විස්තර ප්රායෝජනවත් වනු ඇත.
A Brief History of Time
A brief history of time: from the big bang to black holes is a popular-science book on cosmology by english physicist stephen hawking. It was first published in 1988. Hawking wrote the book for readers without prior knowledge of physics and people who are just interested in learning something new.
අපට පෙනෙන අහස
හිරු, සඳු, තරු ඇතුළු ආකාශ වස්තූන් රැසක් පිරි අභ්යවකාශය පිළිබඳ දරුවන් උදෙසා සරල බසින් ලියැවුණු කෘතියකි. කෘතියටම ගැලපෙන වර්ණ රටාවකින්, ඔප කඩදාසියේ මුද්රණය කොට තිබේ. නාසා ආයතනයෙන් උපුටා ගත් අභ්යවකාශය පිළිබඳ තොරතුරුවලින් මේ කෘතිය සම්පාදනය කොට ඇත.BUY EBOOK VERSION
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary 10th Edition (Soft Cover)
The oxford advanced learner’s dictionary is the world’s bestselling advanced level dictionary for learners of english. Now in its 10th edition, the oxford advanced learner’s dictionary, or oald, is your complete guide to learning english vocabulary with definitions that learners can understand
Oxford Compact English-English-Tamil Dictionary
This dictionary contains more than 24,000 entries, related phrases, idioms, derivatives and words with irregular forms, and more than 200 illustrations. Like our other bilingual dictionaries, this has been specially compiled for learners of english, teachers, translators and general readers.
This Idea Is Brilliant
What scientific term or concept ought to be more widely known? That is the question john brockman, publisher of the acclaimed science salon edge.org (“the world’s smartest website”—the guardian), presented to 205 of the world’s most influential thinkers from across the intellectual spectrum—award-winning physicists, economists, psychologists, philosophers, novelists, artists, and more. From the origins of the universe to the order of everyday life, this idea is brilliant takes readers on a tour of the bold, exciting, and underappreciated scientific concepts that will enrich every mind.
Oxford Beginners Japanese Dictionary
A new easy-to-use japanese dictionary, specifically suited to adult beginner level, offering all the words and phrases you’ll need as a beginner, plus a complete learning and lifestyle kit with a list of the words you really need to know, grammar help, verb tables, social survival tips and cultural information, dates for your diary, and a phrasefinder.
Oxford Mini Dictionary & Thesaurus
This small dictionary and thesaurus offers the most accurate and up-to-date coverage of essential, everyday vocabulary with over 40,000 words, phrases, and definitions and 65,000 synonyms and antonyms based on evidence from the oxford english corpus, a unique databank comprising hundreds of millions of words of english.
Compact Oxford Italian Dictionary
The compact oxford italian dictionary covers over 90,000 words and phrases, and 120,000 translations of contemporary italian and english. Includes all essential italian and english words, based on findings from the oxford languages tracker
A Short History of Nearly Everything
Bill bryson describes himself as a reluctant traveller, but even when he stays safely at home he can’t contain his curiosity about the world around him. A short history of nearly everything is his quest to understand everything that has happened from the big bang to the rise of civilization – how we got from there, being nothing at all, to here, being us. Bill bryson’s challenge is to take subjects that normally bore the pants off most of us, like geology.
If you think the world is coming to an end, think again: people are living longer, healthier, freer, and happier lives, and while our problems are formidable, the solutions lie in the enlightenment ideal of using reason and science. Is the world really falling apart? Is the ideal of progress obsolete? In this elegant assessment of the human condition in the third millennium, cognitive scientist and public intellectual steven pinker urges us to step back from the gory headlines and prophecies of doom, which play to our psychological biases.
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