Book Review: Ilse Depraetere and Chad Langford(2019edn). Advanced English grammar: A Linguistic Approach: London: Bloomsbury

Marilyn Lewis

Abstract


As the number of English grammar books grows, so does the search for words to distinguish one from another. A quick look at titles shows that many labels have already been used: advanced, functional, practicalreal, and even The, all of them descriptors which could apply equally well to this one. Potential buyers will have questions about a grammar book labelled “advanced” and “a linguistic approach”. How “advanced” is the content and for whom is it intended?


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Nava, Andrea and Pedrazzini, Luciana (2018). Second language acquisition: Principles from practice. London: Bloomsbury.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7575/aiac.ijalel.v.8n.4p.146

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