Grammar Sense 1 Student Book with Online Practice Access Code Card by Cheryl Pavlik

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Grammar Sense is a four-level discourse-based grammar series which focuses on the connection between form, meaning, and use of English structures. The series is based on the fundamental premise that English grammar is learnable and teachable if it is systematically organized and explained. Grammar Sense implements linguistic and applied linguistic research on how, where, when, and why native speakers use English structures, and how non-native speakers learn them. This series provides learners with a true understanding of how grammar is used in authentic contexts. Grammar is presented in discourse rather than in isolated sentences which allows the students to understand English grammar in real life situations.
 

About Cheryl Pavlik

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Susan Kesner Bland has taught English as a Second Language and English as a Foreign Language in university and adult education programmes in the United States and abroad. She has also taught numerous courses in linguistics and applied linguistics.
 
Published January 2, 2012 by Oxford University Press.
Genres: Education & Reference.