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Michael Lewis - The English Verb: An Exploration of Structure and Meaning

Michael Lewis - The English Verb: An Exploration of Structure and Meaning
1986 | ISBN: 090671740X | English | 180 pages | PDF | 6.9 MB
THE ENGLISH VERB is an exploration for teachers of the structure and meaning of the central verb system of English. Much that has been written about the grammar of English is detailed and can often seem confusing to the new teacher. Michael Lewis looks beyond the details and finds powerful general truths which help the teacher see English grammar as a coherent system.

This is not a conventional grammar book. It is intended mostiy for teachers who are teaching English as a foreign language, and also for students who have been confused by teachers, textbooks or other grammar books. It is not a comprehensive grammar the second part of the book discusses the basic structure of English verbs. It examines, chapter by chapter, the important basic “building bricks” of the English verb. Again, it does not cover all possible verb forms. It does, however, discuss the important underlying ideas of English verbs in detail.


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