Easy Grammar: Grammar for Students who Have Little Or No Experience of English
This is the fifth book in the series and aims to improve educational outcomes for indigenous and ESL students. It encourages students to become familiar with everyday grammar, such as articles, nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, determiners and connectors. The book provides students with clear and uncomplicated definitions of each grammatical term and models how each one is used in basic written texts. Charming illustrations entice students to engage with the information and activities which are outcome linked. The book is designed to motivate students to write with care and confidence. The solutions for these activities are provided at the back of the book. Includes photocopiable material.
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