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Longman
English
Grammar
L G.Alexander

Consultant- R A. Close, CBE

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Longman English Grammar
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rning purposes In 1986-88 he was adviser to the University of Cambridge
Local Examinations Syndicate for the Cambridge Certificate in English for International Communication
Louis Alexander is best known as the author of innovative works like
First Things First (1967), which set new standards in course-design He has written
Courses, such as New Concept English (1967), Look, Listen and Learn
(1968-71), Target (1972-74), Mainline (1973-81), Follow Me
(1979-80) and Plain English (1987-88)
Language Practice Books such as A First Book in Comprehension
(1964), Question and Answer (1967) and For and Against (1968)
Readers, such as Operation Mastermind (1971), K's First Case (1975),
Dangerous Game (1977) and Foul Play (1983)
He created the blueprint for the self-study series in modern languages,
Survive (1980-83) and has published language courses in the field of computer-assisted language learning
The Longman English Grammar is the culmination of more than thirty years' work in English as a foreign language

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Contents

Adverbs of frequency
Adverbs of degree
Intensifies
Focus adverbs
Viewpoint adverbs and connectives Inversion after adverbs

Introduction
1 The sentence
Sentence word order
The simple sentence
The compound sentence
The complex sentence
Introduction
Noun clauses
Relative pronouns and clauses
Adverbial clauses
Participle constructions

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2 Nouns
One-word nouns
Compound nouns
Countable/uncountable

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