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ENGLISH GRAMMAR: EXPLANATIONS AND EXERCISES
by Mary Ansell   2nd edition, copyright © 2000
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TO THE READER

This book has the following features:

* All of the essential points of English grammar are covered.

* Each point of grammar is clearly explained, and is illustrated by examples.

* For every important point of grammar, one or more exercises are provided, to make it easier to learn and remember the material.

* Answers for the exercises are provided.

* A summary of the uses and formation of the English verb tenses is given for easy reference.

* Grammatically determined rules for spelling, pronunciation, and punctuation are included.

* The grammar of North American English is emphasized.

* Grammatical differences between formal and informal English are pointed out.

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