advanced learners grammar pdf


advanced learners grammar pdf download


Direct Download advanced learners grammar pdf
advanced learners grammar pdf High Speed
Search results 70 Articles (Search results 1 - 10) :
Longman Advanced Grammar
15 December 2010

Longman Advanced Grammar

L. G. Alexander - Longman Advanced Grammar: Reference and Practice
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group | 1993-01 | ISBN: 0582079780 | PDF | 304 pages | 10.94 MB

*Gives learners access to real language through a rich mixture of highly readable authentic texts selected from recently published sources, both British and American. *Reflects the stylistic variety that advanced learners have to be able to deal with. *Gives practice in specific points of grammar to consolidate and extend learners' existing knowledge. *Analysis of syntax helps learners to develop their reading and comprehension skills. *Grammar notes give explanations of points of grammar and syntax and include answers. *Reference section includes a glossary of grammar terms and concepts, background information on the texts, and a detailed structural index for quick and easy reference.
English Grammar for ESL Learners
16 April 2011

English Grammar for ESL Learners


English Grammar for ESL Learners by Ed Swick


M.g.H | 2004 | ISBN: 0071441328 | 192 pages | PDF | 12 MB


A complete overview of English grammar with hands-on exercises for the beginning ESL student
Practice Makes Perfect: English Grammar for ESL Learners helps you build a solid foundation in English grammar to help you communicate effectively. This clearly written guide leads you through the entire system of English grammar using concise, easy-to-understand language. The book features clear explanations, skill-building exercises, and a focus on practical conversational skills.
Grammar Builder Level 5
20 June 2010

Grammar Builder Level 5


Grammar Builder Level 5


CUP | 2005 | ISBN: 0521548632 | 270 pages | PDF | 11 MB



Grammar Builder helps learners of British English master key concepts in grammar easily and quickly. They are especially useful for students taking written exams and anyone who needs to write well in English. Grammar Builder takes a simple but effective three-step approach (error identification, correction and practice) to help learners master English grammar. Real examples of correct usage and common mistakes made by learners introduce grammar items in each unit and show learners how subtle differences can result in grammatical errors.
Fun with Grammar: Communicative Activities for the Azar Grammar Series
13 December 2010

Fun with Grammar: Communicative Activities for the Azar Grammar Series


Fun with Grammar: Communicative Activities for the Azar Grammar Series
Prentice Hall | September 24, 1996 | English | ISBN: 0135679265 | PDF | 365 Pages | 9.2 Mb

Fun with Grammar is an exciting teacher`s resource book that adds a whole new dimension of fun to grammar classes! More than 200 communicative, interactive, task-based games, can be used in the classroom to make learning grammar fun. These activity ideas – contributed by grammar and ESL teachers – are all classroom-tested, student approved, and complete with step-by-step instructions. All activities are keyed to the three levels of the Azar Grammar Series, by Better Schrampfer Azar – Red for Beginning, Black for Intermediate, Blue for Advanced — and have time allocations so teachers can choose those that fit their class needs.
Understanding English Grammar: A Course Book for Chinese Learners of English
13 September 2010

Understanding English Grammar: A Course Book for Chinese Learners of English
Understanding English Grammar: A Course Book for Chinese Learners of English
Hong Kong University | 2005 | ISBN: 962209726X | 234 pages | PDF | 2 MB

This book aims to help learners of English (particularly those whose first language is Chinese) improve their understanding of, and their competence in, English grammar. It directly address the needs of Chinese learners and take full account of their first language in helping them understand how English works by systematically requiring them to think about grammar, and to come up with their own hypotheses about how it works on the basis of the given data.
A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference)
23 July 2010

A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference)
A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference)
Addison Wesley Publishing Company 1991 | 590 | ISBN: 0175560218 | PDF | 28
This is a reference grammar for teachers and learners of English. The material in the book is presented alphabetically in a dictionary-like format. It contains over 600 entries, which are of three kinds: common words which have a grammatical function, such as more, the, what, do, by, can; terms used in talking about grammar, such as indirect object, pronoun, tag question; and language areas not normally included in a grammar, for example, greetings, introductions, punctuations, letter writing. The book is cross-referenced and includes notes on register, intonation and British and US usage. ...
A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference)
21 January 2011

A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference)

A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference) By Geoffrey Leech

Publisher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company 1991 | 590 Pages | ISBN: 0175560218 | PDF | 27 MB

This is a reference grammar for teachers and learners of English. The material in the book is presented alphabetically in a dictionary-like format. It contains over 600 entries, which are of three kinds: common words which have a grammatical function, such as more, the, what, do, by, can; terms used in talking about grammar, such as indirect object, pronoun, tag question; and language areas not normally included in a grammar, for example, greetings, introductions, punctuations, letter writing. The book is cross-referenced and includes notes on register, intonation and British and US usage.
A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference)
23 April 2011

A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference)

A-Z of English Grammar and Usage (Grammar & reference) By Geoffrey Leech

Publisher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company 1991 | 590 Pages | ISBN: 0175560218 | PDF | 27 MB

This is a reference grammar for teachers and learners of English. The material in the book is presented alphabetically in a dictionary-like format. It contains over 600 entries, which are of three kinds: common words which have a grammatical function, such as more, the, what, do, by, can; terms used in talking about grammar, such as indirect object, pronoun, tag question; and language areas not normally included in a grammar, for example, greetings, introductions, punctuations, letter writing. The book is cross-referenced and includes notes on register, intonation and British and US usage.
The Grammar Teacher's Activity-a-Day: 180 Ready-to-Use Lessons to Teach Grammar and Usage
1 October 2010

The Grammar Teacher's Activity-a-Day: 180 Ready-to-Use Lessons to Teach Grammar and Usage


The Grammar Teacher's Activity-a-Day: 180 Ready-to-Use Lessons to Teach Grammar and Usage by Jack Umstatter
Jossey-Bass | 2010 | ISBN: 0470543159 | 240 pages | PDF | 12 MB



Quick, daily classroom lessons for improving students' grammar and writing skills
This must-have resource features 180 practical, ready-to-use grammar and usage lessons and activities–one for each day of the school year. The activities included help students in grades 5-12 to acquire, improve, and expand their grammar skills, and become more adept and confident writers. Veteran educator and best-selling author Jack Umstatter helps teachers to familiarize students with the type of grammar-related content found on standardized local, state, national, and college admissions tests.
The Grammar Activity Book: A Resource Book of Grammar Games for Young Students
28 November 2010

The Grammar Activity Book: A Resource Book of Grammar Games for Young Students
The Grammar Activity Book: A Resource Book of Grammar Games for Young Students
C..ge University Press | ISBN: 0521575796 | 128 pages | PDF | 10,3 MB

The Grammar Activity Book is a collection of photocopiable grammar games and activities designed to liven up the English language classroom. The material is aimed mainly at younger students but could also be used with other age groups. Each of the sixty-two activities is accompanied by a page of notes to the teacher which clearly outline who the activity is for, the main grammar focus, the time needed and how to prepare for the lesson. There are then step-by-step instructions on how to set the activity up in the language classroom.This bank of materials is full of thought-provoking activities that engage the learner both in exploring aspects of structure and using language in a meaningful way. The material can be integrated easily into the course structure so that the grammar lesson can be supplemented in a motivating and highly enjoyable way.