By Betty Schrampfer Azar

Simple English Grammar is a developmental talents textual content for college kids of English as a moment or overseas language. Serving as either a reference and a workbook, it introduces scholars to the shape, that means, and utilization of easy buildings in English. It offers plentiful perform via large and sundry written and oral workouts.

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