Understanding English Grammar PB
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|Vydavatel:||Cambridge University Press|
Anotace:Jazyk je především nástrojem pro komunikaci, ale mnoho učebnic stále považovaje anglickou gramatiku za soubor pravidel a faktů, které se musíme učit nazpaměť. Tato nová učebnice je určena pro studenty, kteří by rádi pochopili, jak jednotlivé gramatické jevy fungují. Kniha nabízí řadu cvičení a odpoví vám na otázky typu: Proč existují dva budoucí časy v angličtině? apod...
Popis:Language is primarily a tool for communication, yet many textbooks still treat English grammar as simply a set of rules and facts to be memorised by rote. This new textbook is made for students who are frustrated with this approach and would like instead to understand grammar and how it works. Why are there two future tenses in English? What are auxiliaries and why are they so confusing? Why are English motion verbs hard to use? Why are determiners so important in English? These and many other frequently asked questions are answered in this handy guide. Student learning is supported with numerous exercises, chapter summaries and suggestions for further reading. An accompanying website offers further resources, including additional classroom exercises and a chance to interact with the author. It is the essential grammar toolkit for students of English language and linguistics and future teachers of English as a Second Language. Features: • Unlike other textbooks, it helps students to understand grammar rather than simply see it as a set of facts and rules to be memorised • Rather than focusing on small details, it gives students the bigger picture about where grammar belongs in language more broadly, helping them to understand why English grammar works the way it does • Student support in the form of exercises, further reading sections, a useful glossary of terms, and website resources make this into a unique learning package that will equip readers to engage confidently with the complexities of English grammar
- EAN: 9780521757119