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[eBook] Advanced English Grammar $0 @ Amazon Cloud Reader

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By Wendy Wilson and James H. Barlow, 188 pages, published February 7, 2021

Advanced English Grammar: The Superior English Grammar Guide Packed With Easy to Understand Examples, Practice Exercises and Brain Challenges

Amazon's Description:

This Advanced English Grammar Workbook is All About Helping You Gain Full Grip Over the Foundations of English Language by Making You Practice Grammar Until Perfection…

Not sure if your grammar is on point? Do you find yourself in awkward situations where the lack of understanding of English grammar gets the better of you? Does your profession require you to be great at grammar and communication?

Well, let's face it…Getting a grip over English Grammar can be tough – especially if you have just learned to speak and write from other people without paying attention to the detail.

But hey! Chin up!

Because you only need to get the basics right to achieve grammar perfection and we're here to help with that!

Imagine being able to:

✔Know exactly what to say and how to say it while being grammatically correct!

✔Get your hands on a resource that helps you practice and get the basics right within no time?

✔Finally, write fluently while crafting cover letters, emails, and personal messages?

✔Unleash your creativity in the English language without ever being worried about being grammatically incorrect

This is what the Advanced English Grammar Workbook will help you achieve!

Whether you're an expert or a beginner – the more you practice your grammar, the better it gets! That’s exactly what this workbook will do.

It will help you understand the basics and allow you to practice them so that you never have to worry about writing grammatically incorrect sentences ever again…

Your Ultimate Grammar Teaching Workbook that Delivers Value…

There’s a hot mess of information out there and you need to cut through the clutter and get yourself the right grammar guide!

The ADVANCED ENGLISH GRAMMAR WORKBOOK serves the purpose and takes you on a smooth journey where you go through the basics one by one.

It comes with 11 chapters that address the important components of the English language and uses techniques that fit the right structure in your subconscious.

The book teaches you everything there’s to know about NOUNS, ANTECEDENTS, PRONOUNS, VERBS, ADVERBS, ADJECTIVES, CONJUNCTIONS, CLAUSES, PUNCTUATION, and more!

And this workbook makes everything stick to your mind by offering…

Exercises & Brain Challenges!

There's no point in going through rules when you don't practice! That's why this ADVANCED ENGLISH GRAMMAR WORKBOOK explains every rule and ends it with exercise and brain-challenging exercises for you…

Here’s what you will get in this workbook:

✅ 11 essential components of the English language

✅ Rules that govern each component and how to use them the right way

✅ Relevant examples for better understanding

✅ Exercises to help you retain the knowledge

✅ Brain challenges that let you come up with grammatically correct sentences

And much more…

Winners take action!

Want to level up your Grammar? Start working towards improving your English language skills by scrolling up and purchasing this workbook!

eBook is free at time of posting. Please check price before buying.

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  • +6

    This book very good is. You thank!

    • +3

      me happy so!

    • i brought it to.

      • People who only speak English often write like that, smh

        • +1

          And the first to tell others "speak English!"

          • @Ulysses31: Precisely. I don't think I'm a grammar nazi but I've developed three pet peeves that irritate the (profanity) out of me lol.

            1. Would of, could of, should of - like wtf, how is this so common
            2. Boarder (close the boarders!!!)
            3. Defiantly (this one's hard I guess, relatively speaking)
    • Thank you. I buyed this book!

  • +4

    I think I will struggled reading this book.

  • +5

    me need better grammer thats unpossible

    • +1

      me angry- what a ridikulous prize. i dont neeed one?

  • +4

    I brought the book

  • +3

    Me fail English? That's unpossible!

  • +2

    nah this don't need book though thanks

  • +5

    Get your hands on a resource that helps you practice and get the basics right within no time?

    This is not a question, so why does it have a question mark?

  • Jolly good deal it is

  • +4

    There are many grammatical errors in the description.

    • +5

      it are looks fine too me!

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  • IM AN ENGLISH GRAMMAR/LANGUAGE NERD, THANKS OP

  • Price: $0.91
    Kindle Price: $0.00
    You Save: $0.91 (100%)

    Safed 91c, hank yoo fairly much.

  • +1

    All your base are belong to us.

  • these book will definitely fixing my broke english.

  • My goodness, that description is cringeworthy. And the consistent misspelling of “practise” doesn’t inspire confidence.

    Making You Practice Grammar Until Perfection

    helps you practice

    the more you practice your grammar

    when you don't practice

    • +1

      I think that confirms that this is an American English grammar book. They don't use 'practise' in America. Both the noun and verb forms are spelt with a 'c'.

      The book's basically useless in Australia. Nothing worse than having to unlearn something you learnt incorrectly.

  • +2

    Not free anymore.

  • +1

    Kindle Price: $1.29

  • +1

    libgen

  • Yoda may find this valuable?

    • +2

      Find it valuable, he might.

      Writing for The New Yorker in 2005, Anthony Lane had this to say of Yoda’s “screwy” syntax: “Break me a f * cking give.” A funny line, timing-wise, but, as the linguist Mark Liberman pointed out at the time, not actually all that Yoda-esque. (“A f * cking break, give me,” was one more Yoda-ish alternative offered in a blog post Liberman wrote on the subject at the time.)

      Full article here

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