Series: Routledge Modern Grammars

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Modern French Grammar Workbook by Margaret Lang
Modern French Grammar: A Practical Guide by Margaret Lang
Modern German Grammar Workbook by John Klapper
Modern German Grammar: A Practical Guide by Bill Dodd
Modern Italian Grammar Workbook by Anna Proudfoot
Modern Italian Grammar: A Practical Guide by Anna Proudfoot
Modern Mandarin Chinese Grammar by Claudia Ross
Modern Spanish Grammar Workbook by Juan Kattán-Ibarra
Modern Spanish Grammar: A Practical Guide by Juan Kattan-Ibarra

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  1. German: An Essential Grammar by Bruce Donaldson (2007)
  2. Intermediate Spanish: A Grammar & Workbook by Irene Wilkie (2008)
  3. Colloquial Italian by Sylvia Lymbery (1996)
  4. Intermediate Polish: A Grammar and Workbook by Dana Bielec (2004)
  5. Dutch: A Comprehensive Grammar by Bruce Donaldson (1997)
  6. A Frequency Dictionary of Portuguese by Mark Davies (2007)
  7. Using Italian: A Guide to Contemporary Usage by J. J. Kinder (2004)
  8. Schaum's Outline of German Grammar by Elke Gschossmann-Hendershot (1975)
  9. 750 Spanish Verbs and Their Uses by Jan R. Zamir (1992)
  10. Teach Yourself German Grammar by Jenny Russ (1998)
  11. Reference Grammar of Modern Italian by Martin Maiden (2000)
  12. A Student Grammar of French by Malcolm Offord (2006)
  13. Using Portuguese: A Guide to Contemporary Usage by Ana Sofia Ganho (2004)
  14. A Reference Grammar of Russian by Alan Timberlake (2004)
  15. Hammer's German Grammar and Usage by A.E. Hammer (1971)

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