Explaining English Grammar: A Guide to Explaining Grammar for Teachers of English as a Second Or Foreign Language.
OUP Oxford, 1998 M11 12 - 333 páginas
The author draws on his experience as both a leading applied linguist and a hands-on classroom teacher of English Choice of topics and style of explanations focus on the needs of language teachers Separates each grammar topic covered into three clear categories: form, meaning, and meaning in context. You can read each chapter individually and you don't have to follow the sequence of topics in the book. Can be used as a set book or supplementary book on a teacher training course, or by both new and experienced practising teachers as a self-study text
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On page 76 reference is made to verbs spelled 'consonant, verb, consonant'. It should of course be 'consonant vowel consonant'. This error has crept into other books and teaching materials. Correction urgently needed to avoid confusing our pupils.
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