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Longman advanced grammar: Reference and practice

by L. G Alexander *Gives learners access to real language through a rich mixture of highly readable authentic texts selected from recently published sources, both British and American. *Reflects the stylistic variety that advanced learners have to be able to deal with. *Gives practice in specific points of...
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Test Your Grammar and Usage for FCE

60 tests to practise the most important grammar at First Certificate level Wide variety of tests, including gap-fills, multiple choice, matching exercises, cartoons, and full answer key Download http://usafiles.net/15gC/Test_Your_Grammar_and_Usage_for_FCE.pdf
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The Syntax of Yes and No

By: Anders Holmberg This book is a cross-linguistic study of the syntax of yes-no questions and their answers, drawing on data from a wide range of languages with particular focus on English, Finnish, Swedish, Thai, and Chinese. There are broadly two types of answer to yes-no questions: those...
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The Syntax of Meaning and the Meaning of Syntax

By: Peter Kosta This book provides a summary of Radical Minimalism, putting forth a neurocognitively implementable theory of grammar as I-language. Radical Minimalism tries to give a ‘fully explicit’ description of syntactic structures mapped into cognitive frames of thought. It focuses on the division of labor between Narrow...
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The Syntax Construction Kit

By: Mary Rosenfelder An accessible but incisive introduction to modern syntax and generative grammar, for conlangers and anyone interested in languages or linguistics. Syntax can be frustrating, because there are multiple schools that seem to fight over inessential things. I hope I can show you that this is...
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Modern English Syntax

By: C. T. Onions This standard introductory textbook presents in systematic form an account of current English practice. The introduction provides a full scheme of sentence analysis. Part I contains a treatment of syntactical phenomena based on the analysis of sentences; Part II classifies the uses of forms....
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Introducing Syntax

By: Olaf Koeneman, Hedde Zeijlstra Syntax is the study of how sentences are built. Whereas the grammar of English (or other languages) might look like a rather chaotic set of arbitrary patterns, linguistic science has revealed that these patterns can actually be understood as a result of a...
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Introducing English Syntax: A Basic Guide for Students of English

By: Peter Fenn, Götz Schwab Introducing English Syntax provides a basic introduction to syntax for students studying English as a foreign language at university. Examining English phrase and sentence structure from a descriptive point of view, this book develops the reader’s understanding of the characteristic features of English sentence...
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