Longman English Grammar (Grammar Reference)
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Longman English Grammar (Grammar Reference)

Author: L. G. Alexander & R. A. Close | Size: - MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Unspecified | Publisher: Longman Publishing Group | Year: January 1989 | pages: 374 | ISBN: 978-0582558922

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Alexander's "Longman English Grammar" is among the best of its type I have seen, though not without some drawbacks.

The coverage is exceptionally comprehensive, going over a large number of structures and forms that will keep most students going for a long time. The covers not only the main structures, but also some more specialised forms that students may need to be familiar with.

The explanations are generally easy to understand, though sometimes they get a little confusing. The examples provided are excellent and they often clear up any points of confusion that the explanations may have left the reader with.

Perhaps the biggest plus for this book is the fact that they include a section of exercises called "Context". Very few grammar practice books do this, prefering instead to have only sentence level practice. Alexander has provided an excellent opportunity to practice grammar in a wider context of language. The only pity is that he did not provide more like it, but some is better than none, and this alone makes the book worth getting.

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Hello friends.
I want to learn much about grammar. Can you please help me to get this book?
This book is Longman English Grammar (Grammar Reference) and not Longman English Grammar Practice(I already have this one)

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What about trying this link Laugh
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I.e. the first found file on mediafire looks exactly as your request.
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