100 clear grammar tests: reproducible grammar tests for beginning to intermediate ESL/EFL classes

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University of Michigan Press, Feb 7, 2000 - Education - 198 pages
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The first of its kind, 100 Clear Grammar Tests contains 100 photocopiable tests, written to test students' comprehension of the most essential beginning and intermediate ESL grammar points. The tests are arranged by topic in a sequence that matches the one found in the Clear Grammar series but can also be used with other grammar series on the market.
The tests contain a wide array of question types, including matching, multiple choice, error location and correction, completion, connecting sentence parts, rearranging word order, grammatical identification, and true/false.
Clear Grammar is a three-book grammar series for students at the beginning and intermediate levels. The Clear Grammar series teaches basic grammatical concepts, provides ample speaking and writing practice in grammatical structures, and serves as a grammar reference that is written with language and terms that students can understand without teacher assistance.

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Dr. Keith S. Folse is Associate Professor at the University of Central Florida, where he coordinates the MA in TESOL Program. He has a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition from the University of South Florida and an MA in TESL and a BA in English from the University of Southern Mississippi. He is the author of over forty books on English as a second language.

Elena Vestri Solomon is currently a lecturer in the B. Ed program for future teachers in Abu Dhabi's Emirates College for Advanced Education. She received her MA in Applied Linguistics from the University of South Florida, Tampa, and has lived and worked in Italy, Spain, France, Hungary, Romania, Uzbekistan, and UAE. She has authored/co-authored over a dozen academic textbooks in composition, grammar, and listening/speaking/note-taking.