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English Grammar

by Mumgara Koteswarara Rao

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'I found this neat workbook challenging, often puzzling, ultimately rewarding. A fresh broom making short shrift of my cobwebs! I see English grammar now in a new way. Hudson is refreshing in his indifference to ancient taboos, of split infinitives and the like. This is a stimulating book for practical class teaching and for use by individuals. It is recommended for lending stock.' - Language & Literature

Book Description

Are you having trouble determining your subjects from objects, or adverbs from adjectives?

English Grammar offers a new approach to the teaching of traditional grammar, using the insights of modern linguistics and modern teaching methods. Clearly written for the absolute beginner, this workbook helps readers to understand grammatical concepts such as 'noun', 'auxiliary verb' and 'subject', encourages the reader to practice applying newly discovered concepts to ordinary texts, and teaches the user to analyze the grammatical role of almost every word in any English text. Whether you are just trying to brush up on your grammar knowledge or starting from scratch, this accessible workbook provides the basics you need.

About the Author
Richard Hudson is Professor of Linguistics at University College London. He is the Language Workbooks Series Editor and his publications include Word Meaning (Routledge, 1995) and Teaching Grammar (1992).



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