Everyday English Grammar
This upper-intermediate level handbook of 25 essential English constructions will provide you with a much deeper understanding of things you may already know, but are not quite sure how to use. It is not a reference book, but a five-week self-study course.This book is very helpful for the writing sections of CFC, IELTS and TOEFL exams. Special features: Practical, easy-to-follow examples. Detailed, but clear explanations. Focus on negative examples. Typical mistakes. Exercises to test you on what you have learnt. This book is suitable for students of both British and American English
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- Paperback | 70 pages
- 148 x 210 x 7mm | 143g
- 03 Mar 2014
- Montserrat Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Chapter 1 contents: For/Since: Providing/Provided that/As long as: Unless/Otherwise: In spite of/Despite: To suggest: Chapter 1 dialogue: Chapter 1 Exercise: There are five chapters in total.
"This is a book every intermediate and advanced student needs - and it's very useful for their teachers in the classroom too." Vicky and Eugenia Loras The Loras Network, Switzerland
About Steven Collins
Steven Collins was born in London in 1960 and has lived most of his life there. He qualified as a lawyer (solicitor) in 1987, having done a Master's in Law at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He then decided to make a complete change of career and went into T.E.F.L (Teaching English as a foreign Language). Having lived and taught in Italy and Spain for a short while, he returned to London in 1993 to write the Everyday English series of books for upper-intermediate and advanced students. He has been a full time writer since 2008.