The Longman Writer's Grammar

The Longman Writer's Grammar

Everything You Need to Know About Grammar

Book - 2006
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Based on the belief that writing is essentially a positive act, The Writer's Grammar assumes that students have an intuitive sense of correct grammar and focuses on helping them learn by building on what they already know.


  • Grammar taught in context. All 50 of the book's mini-grammar lessons teach grammatical constructions (including punctuation and usage) in the context of paragraph-length passages.
  • Additional college writing skills emphasized throughout. In addition to teaching grammar, the book offers coverage of reading comprehension, sentence combining, and paragraph and essay writing.
  • Many exercises are included throughout the text, giving students ample practice with the materials they need to master.

Publisher: New York : Pearson Longman, [2006]
Copyright Date: ©2006
ISBN: 9780321333704
Branch Call Number: 428.2 SILBE
Characteristics: xiii, 337 pages ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Silber, Patricia Writer's grammar
Notes: Revised edition of: The writer's grammar. 2003


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