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Good English Grammar Books for Teachers

Discussion in 'English' started by mrlee0211, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. mrlee0211

    mrlee0211 New commenter

    Hello all.

    Can anyone recommend me good grammar books for teachers?

    Thank you.
     
  2. themidlander

    themidlander New commenter

  3. saluki

    saluki Lead commenter

    David Crystal. I also saw a GCSE grammar book in WH Smith the other day. Can't remember what it was called - something like Grammar for GCSE English...
     
  4. themidlander

    themidlander New commenter

    David Crystal anything is a good shout. The man is a genius. He can be a bit too detailed at times mind.
     
  5. Brabantio

    Brabantio New commenter

    Who needs grammar books when you can access Englicious and Cybergrammar free of charge
     
  6. VeronicAmb

    VeronicAmb Occasional commenter

    I used (and still do) English Words and Sentences: An Introduction. It's clear and straightforward to use. The book is big and font size is big. You don't need to squint or anything and it's just simple which is what you need.
     
  7. amylong

    amylong New commenter

    Sara Thorne's books were good-quite advanced though.

    For students I would recommend the CPG grammar/SPG books. We bought one for our weaker students last year.
     
  8. msv

    msv New commenter

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