Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English
Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
Douglas Biber, Susan Conrad , Geoffrey Leech
* Examines patterns of use in the news, fiction and academic English * Takes grammar and vocabulary together and looks at how they interact * Is based on the analysis of 40-million words of British and American, written and spoken corpus text * Uses over 3000 examples of real, corpus English to illustrate the points * Uses frequency tables and graphs to make the new findings of this grammar clear
From the Back Cover
Based on the acclaimed Longman Grammar of Spoken and Written English, this corpus-based text provides advanced students with a detailed look at the elements of English grammar ┬┐ including, how, why, and when to use different structures.
Illustrates how different grammatical choices are made in speech and various writing genres.
Uses example sentences drawn from real texts and conversations.
Shows differences between British and American grammar.
Includes frequency information.
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