Grammar in Context

Grammar in Context

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Book - 1999
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Grammar in Context is a contextualized, three-part grammar series that has been designed to meet the grammar needs of adult learners. This three-book series is premised on the notion that ESL students want and need a worktext that provides clear presentations of grammar points in easy-to-read and -find boxes, and an abundance of practice. Targeted grammatical items are introduced in the context of short, non-fiction readings from Canadian and international sources that appeal to mature learners.
Publisher: Scarborough, Ont. : ITP Nelson, 1999.
Edition: First Canadian edition.
ISBN: 9780176073343
Branch Call Number: 428.24 ELB
Characteristics: xiii, 353 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Conway, Patricia Munro


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