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  1. You won't be disappointed . Entirely new English grammars are rare, so Andrew Rossiter's Descriptive Grammar of English (207 pages) comes as a breath of fresh air among the classic grammar books many of which have been around for over thirty years. Available as an e-book or paperback from Amazon, this new grammar reference grammar excels by the concision and the clarity of its rules, and the great wealth of really appropriate and memorable examples that it uses to illustrate the fundamental rules of English grammar. A reviewer at the English Australia journal used the expression "elegant
  2. Hello everyone! I was scrolling through the forums and I noticed that none of the subforums that I was discussed learning a language ("X") as it is supposed to be learned. Note - I did not look too deep into the subforums so i don't know if this has already been discussed. NOTE, this post is quite long. Short personal bio on my history of language studies. I am Bilingual in English and Swedish. Studied German for 4 years ending with a grade D (A1-A2)in my national tests. can't remember a thing now. I started studying spanish for fun because i have a lot of latino friends. about
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