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Modern English Exercises for Non-Native Speakers, Part 1: Parts of Speech,…

by Marcella Frank

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0135938317, Paperback)

The workbooks that comprise 'Modern English, 2nd Edition' are intended for high intermediate to advanced adult students of English as a second language. Based on the reference book, Modern English : A Practical Reference Guide, the workbooks provide carefully controlled exercises in a logically built up sequence form parts of speech (Part1) to complex structures (PartII)

There are abundant exercises on specific points of usages, with clear, concise explanations so that students can see the point of the exercise immediately.

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