Spanish Grammar in Context

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Hodder Education, 2008 - Foreign Language Study - 270 pages
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Spanish Grammar in Context uses authentic text to illustrate and explain the key areas of Spanish grammar, and then offers a range of exercises for students to test their understanding and to produce effective language of their own.
Aimed at intermediate and advanced learners, and with a key to the exercises provided, the book is suitable for independent and tutor-led study.
Sourced from contemporary literature, newspaper and magazine articles from both Spain and Latin America, the texts are up-to-date and topical, and together with the exercises which have been expanded for the second edition,
give students a comprehensive coverage of Spanish grammar

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About the author (2008)

Juan Kattán-Ibarra is a highly-experienced freelance author.
Angela Howkins is Lecturer in Spanish at Dundee College, Soctland.

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