By Michael Swan
Grammar experiment comprises diagnostic assessments at Upper-Intermediate, complex, and specialist degrees to examine scholars' wisdom of key points of English grammar and utilization. The assessments, that are designed for use with functional English utilization, 3rd variation, aid scholars establish the subjects they should examine or revise. the reply keys refer scholars to the reasons within the proper sections of sensible English utilization.
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Practical English usage by Michael Swan