EASY ESSENTIAL GRAMMAR is designed for secondary level students. It is intended to help them master important notions and rules that enhance their oral and written skills.
In this reference book the concepts and rules are fully explained in French.
The content of EASY ESSENTIAL GRAMMAR isdivided into nine parts: nouns (plurals), determiners, prepositions, adjectives and adverbs, pronouns, sentence structure, verbs, question formation and idiomatic expressions. The grammar notions and rules are summarized in 19 pages and presented in easy-to-consult charts. A coloured index and different codes help students locate each item rapidly.
EASY ESSENTIAL GRAMMAR offers students a complete guide to grammar rules and concepts to be used and kept on hand as a practical reference for years to come. For teachers, this tool facilitates lesson planning as it helps teach the core framework of English grammar and provides adaptable lesson formats for each teaching style and classroom environment.
Every student should own our best-seller EASY ESSENTIAL GRAMMAR.
EASY ADVANCED EXERCISES is intended for learners who need to consolidate and enrich knowledge of English as a second language It is designed to help students gain control over areas of English grammar where they could experience difficulty.
EASY ADVANCED EXERCISES is the third of a three-level series, coming after easy essential exercises and easy intermediate exercises. It aims to practise the essential points of English grammar in a visually appealing way.
Because learning grammar is a developmental process that occurs gradually, the topics covered in easy advanced exercises are presented in nine different, systematically organized units. In each unit, according to their individual needs, students will find exercises constructed specifically to lead them to show when as well as why and how the different grammar items are used in the context of learning English as a second language.
Our expectation and hope is that easy advanced exercises will be used as a complement to other pedagogical materials, especially easy advanced grammar, the rewarded tool (at the TESL Canada Conference, in Niagara Falls, June 8, 2017) used to improve the students’ communicative skills.
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