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MBT; Teaching English Grammar: Student Book [Paperback]

Jim Scrivener
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June 25 2010 0230723217 978-0230723214
The perfect companion for both trainees and teacher trainers following courses such as the Cambridge CELTA, and the Trinity Certificate in TESOL, as well as teachers who are unsure of how to present grammar or those who are looking for new ways to present it. Teaching English Grammar aims to combine language information and methodological help in a straightforward, authoritative way and thus help English language teachers prepare and deliver grammar lessons within their syllabus. The book provides teachers with an authoritative and practical handbook on teaching grammar and helps to make preparing grammar lessons easy and straightfoward.

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1.0 out of 5 stars expected delivery Oct. 27 2013
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I am still waiting for this book? Why the delay.

If you cannot deliver this on time, set a more appropriate date so not too set high expectations..

I am not happy at all by this. You have any course of action to ensure more prompt delivery? Time is off the essence here
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book To Buy! Oct. 24 2013
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This is a keeper. It is well written and has practical advise and examples for grammar learning and teaching. I have no buyers remorse!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Product review July 13 2013
By uwe moeller - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is as advertised -- a lucidly written and well-organized text on how to understand and teach English grammar.
5.0 out of 5 stars Happy Reader May 18 2013
By Deleke Banewe - Published on Amazon.com
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The product was delivered within the allotted time. So much so that I was able to use to write a final lesson plan. It was in perfect condition.
4.0 out of 5 stars GREAT book! Nov. 19 2011
By Lois Scott-Conley - Published on Amazon.com
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This is very useful for novice teachers and teacher training programs. Commonly taught structures are presented with activities for teachers to use in class presenting and practicing the structures. Addresses form and meaning of language structures and would benefit from addressing the use. But GREAT. I give four stars not five just because it doesn't consistently address language rules/norms for use, and because it doesn't have many fluency-focus activities. Still recommend highly!
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3.0 out of 5 stars This grammar text makes a mess of the past perfect. Buyer beware. May 12 2014
By Brad Johnston - Published on Amazon.com
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Teaching English Grammar, Jim Scrivener, © 2010.
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Anyone who doesn't define the past perfect in an English Grammar text probably doesn't because he can't. He doesn't and he makes a mess of the examples and illustrations. This is not commentary on the whole text, but only on the badly mishandled past perfect. Buyer beware. Go elsewhere for guidance..
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