Stand Out L1-Grammar Challenge Workbook

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9780838439241: Stand Out L1-Grammar Challenge Workbook

Grammar Challenge Level 1 provides supplemental exercises for students who desire even more contextual grammar and vocabulary practice.

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Rob Jenkins is a professor of ESL and the Faculty Development Coordinator serving over 300 instructors teaching for Santa Ana College School of Continuing Education in California. He is a recipient of the Santa Ana College Distinguished Faculty Award. Rob is also a textbook author and consultant for National Geographic Learning. He is the author of Stand Out and series editor for World English, and also consults on state and national projects. Rob and Staci Johnson, his co-author, were awarded the Heinle Outstanding Achievement Award for their contribution to publishing in 2013

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