Raymond Murphy interview: 30 years of Grammar in Use
In this interview, author Raymond Murphy discusses how Grammar in Use, the world's best-selling grammar series for learners of English, has evolved since its first publication by Cambridge University Press in 1985.
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Grammar of the English Language
This book presents a new and comprehensive descriptive grammar of English, written by the principal authors in collaboration with an international research team of a dozen linguists in five countries. It represents a major advance over previous grammars by virtue of drawing systematically on the linguistic research carried out on English during the last forty years. It incorporates insights from the theoretical literature but presents them in a way that is accessible to readers without formal training in linguistics...
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