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Active Grammar Level 3

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Active Grammar Level 3

Active Grammar Level 3
with Answers and CD-ROM

Authors

Mark Lloyd, Jeremy Day

English Type

British English

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$32.50 Mixed media product
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ISBN

9780521152501

Date Published

July 2011

CEF Level

C1 - C2

Product description

A three-level series of grammar reference and practice books for teenage and young adult learners.

Active Grammar Level 3 covers all the grammar taught at C1-C2 (CEF) level. The book presents grammar points in meaningful context through engaging and informative texts, followed by clear explanations. Useful tips highlight common mistakes that advanced level students usually make. Carefully graded exercises provide plenty of challenging practice and encourage students to apply their own ideas creatively to grammar learning. A large number of contrastive revision exercises in the book and on the CD-ROM allow students to assess and monitor their progress. The answer key at the back of the book makes this version ideal for self-study.

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