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The Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar
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Bas Aarts; Sylvia Chalker; Edmund...
 
This book is an accessible and authoritative A-Z that provides up-to-date definitions of over 1,600 current grammatical terms, with hundreds of useful example sentences and helpful quotations from the scholarly...
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Everyday Grammar
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John Seely
 
This accessible and unique approach to grammar comes in two parts: the first section consists of a practical guide on how to understand and use grammar successfully, and the second...
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Pocket Fowler's Modern English Usage
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Robert Allen
 
This invaluable reference work offers the best advice on English usage, drawing on the unrivalled resources of Oxford's English Dictionaries programme and language monitoring.
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