Raymond Murphy,Louise Hashemi, English Grammar in Use: A Self-study Reference & Practice Book for Intermediate Students: Supplementary Exercises with Answers (Grammar in Use S.) Reviews

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Raymond Murphy,Louise Hashemi, English Grammar in Use: A Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Students: Supplementary Exercises with Answers (Grammar in Use S.)
Raymond Murphy,Louise Hashemi, English Grammar in Use: A Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Students: Supplementary Exercises with Answers (Grammar in Use S.)
Raymond Murphy,Louise Hashemi, English Grammar in Use: A Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Students: Supplementary Exercises with Answers (Grammar in Use S.)

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“The inclusion of incorrect grammar only disrupts the...”

Written on: 28/03/2007 by amazin (1 review written)

The inclusion of incorrect grammar only disrupts the study of what is a very simple yet comprehensive language, and only confuses its students.

Do you teach that two plus two equals three? - Then why break the simple rules of this language which, in essence, consists of merely half a dozen clear and simple injunctions, with a few minor explanations to make it absolutely clear, particularly to Latin-speakers?

I used to recommend Murphy's as the best all-round grammar book, but the re-edition… Read Full Review

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