LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||21/AGO/2009 9:29 AM|
|Assunto:||What´s the best grammar?|
Hi Aman, pretty busy there, huh?
I couldn´t help noticing that apart from April, you participate in one or two topics per month, your record was in April.
That got me wondering if you are taking a course (by the nature of your questions: estrategies for learning, grammar books of our picking...)
Back to the crux, then. In my shelves I have, Longman Advanced Grammar, Gramática de Inglês by Presença/Langenscheidt & Editorial Presença (the thinnest book ever, but you would doubt the quantity of topics in it, and well explained).
There are more: Collins Cobuild Intermediate English Grammar, Penguin Dictionary of English Grammar, Grammar Practice for Upper Intermediate Students [Longman], Curso Prático de Inglês Básico [Ediouro], the "série inglês para concursos [by Carlos Augusto - Campus Editora].
But I am not the right guy to talk about grammar and English stuff, I don´t like English that much!
To be honest, I have no fave one, it depends on my mood and skill at the moment. If I am almost illiterate in English, I go to the basic ones. Next, I go to the intermediate, and so on.
Ah, after reading all of them, I go to read some English novels, like this one I am reading just now 'Going Postal' and I 'unlearn' all that I learned, hee hee.
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