Grammar with Cambridge
Every day we talk to teachers all over the world about what would improve their teaching experiences and help their students succeed. These insights help shape everything about our programs; the topics, the exercises, and even the additional support we provide that help develop grammar skills to prepare students for academic studies and life outside the classroom.
We have three different approaches to meet your teaching needs. Each text help learners develop the confidence they need to succeed in the real world.
Grammar and Beyond Essentials
Are you looking for a contextualized grammar book to use on its own or alongside other academic English course books?
Grammar and Beyond
Are you looking to teach grammar used in real-world speech and writing with a focus on developing academic writing skills?
Grammar in Use
Are you looking for a grammar reference or self-study text to recommend to your students?
“Just” in the Present Perfect
In this article, Maggie Mello highlights a special use of present-perfect verbs when they team up with the adverb just. The two primary uses of the present perfect come easily to mind...
Make me do it, or let me do it?
The verbs make and let are tricky to learn: They are both followed by the base form of the verb (the infinitive without to), so they look similar but have very different meanings.
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