A Teacher-Friendly Reference Guide
Richard Firsten and Patricia Killian

A great deal more than a grammar book, this new resource explores areas of the language that teachers have found troublesome to understand, hard to explain, and challenging to demonstrate to students. Its down–to–earth, reader– friendly format gives a fresh, new way of looking at complex material, in turn preparing teachers to communicate better and give more effective examples to students. The 22 chapters explore word order, articles, present, past, and future tenses, the overlooked uses of some and any, modal auxiliaries, prepositions, genitives, compound nouns and adjectives, passives and causatives, direct object companions, two– and three–word verbs, subjunctives, conditional sentences, the role of stress and intonation to convey meaning, and more! You’ll find valuable information that you’ve never seen in other grammar reference books!

When your mind goes blank and you’re trying to remember exactly what native speakers of English say or why they say this or why they don’t say that…The ELT Grammar Book comes to the rescue! It’s a professional friend that you’ll consult often over the entire course of your career.


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