workbook

[ UK /wˈɜːkbʊk/ ]
[ US /ˈwɝkˌbʊk/ ]
NOUN
  1. a student's book or booklet containing problems with spaces for solving them
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How To Use workbook In A Sentence

  • The net enables us to translate material from books and workbooks into live, interactive, exciting, dynamic action tools embedded in the daily work of people and organisations.
  • Konowitz's book could be a workbook for the student and teacher.
  • After the teaching tips and 175 daily lessons, there's a set of workbook answer keys, tests and quiz drill sheets.
  • One was a workbook that gave instructions to employees about how to correspond with customers who have inquiries or complaints.
  • Uber-fiction-agent Donald Maass, in his Writing the Breakout Novel book and workbook, tells us that one key characteristic of the 100 bestselling novels that he analyzed is that the authors created protagonists that readers cared about. Writer Unboxed » 2008 » June
  • The woman somehow selected an entire workbook in MS Excel and printed it out.
  • He bought stacks of English workbooks and reading books.
  • It's a ‘workbook’, drawing on techniques based on the author's time in Sahaja Yoga, for developing spontaneously, personalised postures, gestures, mantras, yantras etc., twinned and linking in to certain states of mind.
  • The reason this workbook is called a workbook is because it requires work on your part. Backtalk
  • The activities and requirements in the workbook will help a lad learn beginning campcraft, outdoor safety, and awareness of his home and community environment.
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