Analyzing English Grammar

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Allyn and Bacon, 2000 - English language - 462 pages
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While drawing upon traditional, structural, and transformational grammatical theory, the primary purpose of this book is to provide students with sound pedagogical grammar instruction. It is designed to support and assist students in learning about the structure of English. Unlike similar texts, Analyzing English Grammar speaks directly to students by providing clear explanations and then challenging them to be conscious of their own learning process by incorporating a variety of strategies that go beyond simple memorization to critical thinking and analysis. Numerous exercises and extensive pedagogical aids help students master the material and concepts presented.

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User Review  - carioca - LibraryThing

All right: call me crazy but I think this is a great book. I used it in college and even though I thought about passing it on at some point, I just can't. It is a clear, practical book that comes in handy to those who dwell in the written language day in, day out. Read full review


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