Oxford A Practical English Grammar - Combined Exercises Volume 1

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    The ten books of exercises, which accompany th$ authors’ A Practical English Grammar have been combined into two volumes. This first volume contains Books i, 2, 3, 5, and 6 and the second volume contains Books 4, 7, 8, 9, and 10. Book 4 is grouped with Book 7 in Volume II in order to bring together the work on prepositions. •• References at the head of each exercise refer to paragraphs in A Practical English Grammar. Where necessary two sets of references are given, one for the first and one for the second edition. The exercises are graded ‘A’, ‘B’, or *C\ ‘A' means •‘difficult’, ‘B’ means ‘moderately difficult’, and ‘C’ means ‘easy’. . Some of the exercises are in the form of a conversation between two people. Quotation marks are not used here but the second remark is usually printed directly below the first. e.g. Why you (sharpen) the saw? I am going to "shorten the legs of the dining-room table. When both remarks are very short they are sometimes printed on the same line with a wide space between them. e.g. You (bath) the dog? Yes. You (help) me?
    • Publisher : Oxford University Press
    • Version: Combined ed edition (4 Dec. 1975)
    • Language : English
    • Paperback : 240 pages
    • ISBN-10 : 0194327523
    • ISBN-13 : 978-0194327527
    • Format: PDF-SCAN
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