The Grammar Tree (1 to 8) is a graded grammar series which takes the pupils on a step-by-step journey through the basics of grammar and composition. It is designed to help learners to develop both oral and written communicative skills. The rules of grammar are explained and illustrated to encourage pupils to try and understand the concepts rather than learn the rules by rote. Each grammar topic has been covered comprehensively with simplified, concise explanations and exercises.The first three books of the series have adequate writing space and can be used as workbooks.The important features of this series are:Grammar: Different topics introduced and explained in a simple, clear, and easy-to-understand form.Composition: Different forms of composition explained with examples to develop skills in writing paragraphs, essays, picture compositions, autobiographies, letters, reports, invitations, advertisements, summaries, precis, notes, and diary entries.Comprehension: Passages for reading with a variety of exercises to develop vocabulary and to illustrate grammar in use.Spell Well: Word lists given in Books 1 to 3 to enhance pupils’ vocabulary take on the form of lists of adjectives, adverbs, verbs, nouns, and prepositions in Books 4 to 8.Evaluation: Sample tests for revision and assessing pupils’ progress.Students' Books and Teaching Guides
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