Grammar of English
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Modern English Grammar by example
Andrew Rossiter - 2020
Revised and updated 2021
This is a book that should be
school library and on the bookshelf of any student or teacher who needs
clear and concise explanations of English grammar illustrated by
Whether for native English speakers or for learners of
in EFL, ESL, ESOL or other classes, it offers a thorough
presentation of the essential
points of English grammar. On the basis of contemporary usage,
extrapolates clear rules and principles, while avoiding much of the
confusing linguistic jargon that is the hallmark of many of the classic
English Grammars that
have dominated the market for the past forty years.
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All the essential points of English grammar are presented
in detail, and the rules and conventions explained
noted) using language that can be easily understood by readers with at
least a reasonable command of English. Particular attention
has been paid to avoiding ambiguity and over-complex explanations; and
for maximum clarity, color coding is used throughout in order
to relate rules and examples, or to highlight differences in
structures or meaning.
All sections are copiously illustrated with many hundreds of examples
everyday written and spoken English, carefully chosen for the clarity
with which they illustrate a rule or a structure of English as it is
Where appropriate, this Grammar distinguishes between written
English and spoken English, and in the few cases where they are not
same, between different usages in British English and
American English. It includes clearly illustrated sections on styles of
English, word order, and punctuation.
The author, Dr. Andrew Rossiter, former head of Applied
Languages at the University of Franche-Comté in Besançon, France, has
over thirty years of experience teaching and explaining grammar to
intermediate and advanced-level learners of English
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