Oxford Guide to English Grammar.
The Oxford Guide To English Grammar specifically deals with British English, its correct usage and a systematic account of the grammatical forms used in standard British English format. This book which provides a broad set of details, is meant for intermediate and expert levels of learning.
Each chapter in this book starts with a simple, easy to grasp summary which forms a background for the latter material to follow. A wide range of grammatical nuances are provided as grammatical units, word classes, phrases and sentence elements. Since there is a rise in the use of informal language, the book also covers the acceptability and non-acceptability of informal language. Though this book focuses mainly on British English, it also covers the difference between American and British English.
Oxford Guide To English Grammar provides readers with authentic texts and examples. in addition to this, the sentences and examples are classified as formal or informal, literary or conversational. Emphasis is also laid on the meaning in the choice of grammatical pattern and on the use of patterns in texts and in conversations. The Oxford Guide To English Grammar was published by the Oxford University Press as the Tenth Impression edition (2003). This book is available as a paperback.
- Efficient glossary and index for reference is provided.