Oxford University Press; 4th edition
If you are a student at an advanced level, a teacher in training, or a teacher who is looking for solutions to problems concerning the English language, it is advised that you read Practical English Usage, 4th Edition (PDF). Because the information is now divided into two sections (vocabulary and grammar), it is now much simpler to locate the answers, whether they are looked up in a book or on the internet.
The first part is a comprehensive practical learner’s grammar that is broken down into 28 sections. It covers all of the structural elements that provide difficulties for students.
A guide to vocabulary difficulties can be found in Part 2, which includes the following: – guidelines for spelling and word formation
— an explanation of each and every one of the over 250 most typical word problems
More than 600 entries provide responses to the queries that students typically have, including the following examples:
- They in the singular
- bring or take?
- a selection of tenses
- article troubles
- Do you prefer the term classic?
- the language used in electronic mail.
- acquire as a passive auxiliary
- could; can; or perhaps; or perhaps might?
- the truth about predicates and conditions
- guidelines for the construction of words and their spelling
- shifts in the English language
- avoiding the use of offensive language
- Differences between the British and the Americans
- concerns regarding use and presentational style
- compilations of the most typical errors made by students
- the rules of grammar that govern both spoken and written language
- an investigation of the high-priority vocabulary domains
- a solution guide for more than 250 of the most frequent vocabulary issues
PLEASE TAKE NOTE That the only thing that is included in this product is the PDF version of the booklet Practical English Usage, 4th Edition. There are no access codes contained within.