Basic English Grammar, Second Edition (Full Student by Betty Schrampfer Azar
By Betty Schrampfer Azar
Now in an all-new moment version, this worktext offers easy constructions and vocabulary in a step by step development strategy, besides plenty of chance for perform via assorted routines. Covers all simple English grammar buildings and ideas via transparent, concise charts and examples. For beginning-level ESL newcomers.
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