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How good is your grammar?
A quarter of a century after the first edition was published by Cambridge University Press, ELT author Raymond Murphy is still helping millions of learners and teachers around the world.
The online version of English Grammar in Use is an interactive learning resource, with the clear explanations and exercises the books are famous for, and added benefits such as automatic marking, audio, a study guide with score tracking, the Cambridge online dictionary and all of the extra content from the CD-ROM.
Raymond Murphy's English Grammar in Use is the world's best-selling grammar book for learners of English, but how much do people really know about grammar on the streets of Cambridge? View the short film below to find out.
To view an interview with Raymond Murphy, find out more about the course and sign up for a free trial of the online version, click here.
Wednesday, 14 March 2012
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