Posts Tagged ‘grammar books’

Stuff for students of English language

28 October 2016

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A good student of English is expected to have some of the stuff mentioned below:

[EYE! The document has got 25 pages]

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Wolcomo to tho CLOB

30 November 2013

 

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or rather, welcome to the club

Thanks to Cambridge

Thanks to Longman

Thanks to Oxford

Thanks to Burlington

These are my four cheeses, I mean, my four choices for grammar:

English Grammar in Use (with answers) by Raymond Murphy

English Grammar (with exercises) by Rodrigo Fernández Carmona

How English Works (with answers) by Michael Swan and Catherine Walter

New English Grammar by Jean Rowan

Murphy´s manual is the number one, and Swan´s yellow book was a recent discovery. On the other hand, Fernández Carmona´s book explains English grammar in Spanish as well as Jean Rowan´s manual. These last two books will turn quite helpful for Baccalaureate teachers


Journalism As Literature

A graduate seminar at the University of Florida

Suspendermen

Elements of True Gentlemen

Elloboestaaqui

Disentería literaria

Garrafablog

El primer blog de Garrafón en habla hispana

A Guy's Moleskine Notebook

Books. Reflections. Travel.

Cass in the Wilds

Stick your face in the schnoz of a dandelion

efnotebloc

crear siempre, aprender y guardar la llama