Essential Grammar in Use
The world's best-selling grammar series for learners of English
Raymond Murphy's best-selling reference and practice book for learners of English at elementary (A1-B1) level. Perfect for self-study, but also ideal for supplementary grammar activities in the classroom. This book has been used by millions of language learners and teachers around the world.
The fourth edition is available as a printed book and as an eBook with audio.
Authors: Raymond Murphy
CEFR Levels: A1 - B1
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All the grammar explanations and practice that learners need to communicate effectively at beginner to pre-intermediate (A1-B1) level.
Clear grammar explanations and examples on each left-hand page, and practice exercises on each right-hand page. Full answer key at the back of the book, along with additional exercises and a study guide to help learners identify which areas of English grammar they need help with. The eBook includes all of the grammar units found in the printed book, plus other great features, including audio for the example sentences.
Written by the world's best-selling author of grammar books for learners of English
Meet Raymond Murphy
Following on from the success of Raymond Murphy's intermediate-level English Grammar in Use, Essential Grammar in Use was published in 1990 to help lower-level learners with their grammar. Just like the intermediate-level book, it was written with 'learners in mind': easy to use, clear and simple explanations, practice exercises and an answer key.
With each new edition, updates and improvements have been made to the explanations and exercises, helping millions of students to improve their communication skills.
Results100 million users worldwide
Tried and tested by millions, this is the only grammar reference series that learners of English need.
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An estimated 100 million learners and teachers around the world have used Grammar in Use books and eBooks to improve their English grammar and communication skills. For over 30 years this reference and practice series has been an essential resource, found on bookshelves, in libraries and in classrooms. It continues to provide a clear, comprehensive and trustworthy guide to English grammar that learners and teachers appreciate and respect.
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