How English Works: A Grammar Practice Book

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9780194314572: How English Works: A Grammar Practice Book

Covers all the important elements in the standard EFL grammar syllabus. Includes entry tests to show students what they need to study most; short, learner-friendly grammar presentations followed by examples of correct use, and simple traditional-type exercises to build confidence. There are two editions - with Answers and without.

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Michael Swan is a writer specializing in English language teaching and reference materials. His interests include pedagogic grammar, mother-tongue influence in second language acquisition, and the relationship between applied linguistic theory and classroom language-teaching practice, and he
has published a number of articles on these topics. Michael has had extensive experience with adult learners and has worked with teachers in many countries. He is a Visiting Professor at St Mary's College, University of Surrey.

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'An exciting and innovative book... definitely a book worth looking at, and anyone interested in the way English grammar teaching is going should get their hands on How English Works as a matter of priority!' - The TEFL Farm

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Published by Oxford University Press (2006)
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