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Title The Nuts and Bolts of English Grammar  
ISBN 978 981 4771 39 9
Imprint Marshall Cavendish Editions
 
Author(s)
Norhaida Aman and Ludwig Tan
 
Specifications 180 mm x 245 mm / 200 pp / paperback
 
Publication Date Jan-2018
 
Target Audience Teachers, students (upper secondary to tertiary levels) and general
Price (SGD) SGD 35.00 BUY NOW
 
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About the Book

This refreshing and informative guide takes readers on a journey through English grammar, moving from morphemes to words, and on to phrases, clauses and sentences, ending with a look at different ways in which sentences may be structured and punctuated. Lively, engaging, bite-sized exercises peppered throughout the book offer chances to apply newly acquired knowledge  to common and much-debated issues in English grammar. In language as simple as possible, grammarians and teacher educators Norhaida Aman and Lugwig Tan explain how the grammar of English works, particularly in the classroom, media and workplace, so you'll never be persuaded to believe that students – all of them! – should be sent for counselling.

About the Authors


Dr Norhaida Aman is lecturer and programme leader of English Language and Literature at the National Institute of Education, Singapore. She holds a PhD and MA from the University of Delaware, USA, specialising in language acquisition and syntax.  

Associate Professor Ludwig Tan is Vice Dean of the School of Arts & Social Sciences at the Singapore University of Social Sciences. He holds a PhD (Linguistics) from the University of Cambridge, UK.
   
 
  
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