Everyday Grammar

Everyday Grammar

Book - 2001
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This accessible and unique approach to grammar comes in two parts: the first section consists of a practical guide on how to understand and use grammar successfully, and the second is an extensive A-Z glossary of grammatical terms. Ideal for both language students and the general reader, itdemystifies and explains these terms, while giving expert advice on how to construct sentences. DT Chapters on sentences and clauses, nouns and pronouns, verbs, clause patterns, adverbials, multiple sentences, and more.... DT Factboxes and writing tips give examples and clear explanations of problem topics such as adverb formation and the use of 'I and me' or 'so and such'. DT Diagrams break down passages of text and explain their sentence construction simply and clearly. DT Glossary terms include conjunction, future perfect 'tense', interrogative clause, is/are, passive voice, simple aspect, split infinitive, uncountable noun....
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2001.
ISBN: 9780192801166
Branch Call Number: 428.2 SEE
Characteristics: 256p. ; 20 cm.
219 p. ; 20 cm.


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