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“English Grammar Today: An A-Z of Spoken and Written Grammar”: Book Review

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It was a pleasure to receive a copy of “English Grammar Today”, which is written by Carter, McCarthy, Mark and O’Keefe, and was keen to put it to good use.  I have found that this grammar resource book really useful with mainly adult language learners and there are some great material in the workbook which complements coursebooks.  Anyhow, my most recent book review was published in the IATEFL Voices magazine and really appreciate everyone that helped.  It has really made my birthday receiving IATEFL Voices through the post.

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Author: Martin Sketchley

I have been an English language teacher for over 10 years both abroad and now currently in the UK. I am highly interested in teaching to young learners, professional development and curriculum development.

2 thoughts on ““English Grammar Today: An A-Z of Spoken and Written Grammar”: Book Review

  1. Hi,How are you. I am glad to discover your blog through freeeslmaterials.com.I run englishteachingdaily.com, a portal that offers a summary of latest ELT blog posts from the blogosphere, event updates, articles and more.This site has been launched on October 7 and in the first 20 days of its launch it received 5500 views,We would like to reprint your articles on my site. We will give appropriate credit to you for your works and link to your profile and the website.Kindly have a look at my website at englishteachingdaily.com and let me know if we could work out together.Thanks,Tarun Patelemail: tarunjpatel@gmail.comskype: tarunjpatel

  2. Thank you for the message Tarun but I would like to decline this offer. Thank you and best of luck.

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