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Basic Grammar in Use

Third Edition

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Basic Grammar in Use

This highly successful two-level grammar series is known for its clear explanations and innovative two-page format.

Basic Grammar in Use, Third edition, is the lower-level text in the Grammar in Use series. It focuses on the fundamental grammar structures normally taught in basic or introductory courses. This new edition contains updated explanations paired with additional practice. The book is available both with and without answers, so it can be used in class or for self-study. The new CD-ROM offers hundreds of practice exercises, challenging games, a progress report, and a create-your-own test feature. The workbook provides students with further practice opportunities.

Key features

  • The book is slightly larger in size to accommodate extra explanation and practice.
  • There are two new pages of Additional Exercises and some reorganization of units.
  • The new interactive CD-ROM includes appealing and challenging exercises, progress reports, games, a create-your-own tests feature, a grammar reference, and a built-in dictionary.

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Authors

Raymond Murphy, William R. Smalzer

Level

High beginning – Low intermediate

English Type

American English

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