Coverart for item
The Resource Mastering practical grammar, Sara Thorne

Mastering practical grammar, Sara Thorne

Label
Mastering practical grammar
Title
Mastering practical grammar
Statement of responsibility
Sara Thorne
Title variation
Practical grammar
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This volume introduces the basic terminology and concepts of modern grammar, with practical reinforcement throughout. It contains exercises to test understanding and give readers the opportunity to consider grammar in context
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Thorne, Sara
Dewey number
425
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
  • Palgrave master series
  • Palgrave master series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English language
  • English language
Label
Mastering practical grammar, Sara Thorne
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 1.1.What is grammar? -- 1.2.Why learn about grammar? -- 1.3.Approaches to learning grammar -- 1.4.Levels of language -- 1.5.Getting started -- 1.6.How to use this book -- I.WORDS -- 2.Words -- 2.1.Word classes -- 2.2.Nouns -- 2.3.Adjectives -- 2.4.Verbs -- 2.5.Adverbs -- 2.6.Determiners -- 2.7.Pronouns -- 2.8.Prepositions -- 2.9.Conjunctions -- 2.10.Conclusion -- 3.Using your knowledge -- 3.1.Nouns -- 3.2.Adjectives -- 3.3.Verbs -- 3.4.Adverbs -- 3.5.Conjunctions -- 4.Phrases -- 4.1.What is a phrase? -- 4.2.Noun phrases -- 4.3.Adjective phrases -- 4.4.Verb phrases -- 4.5.Adverb phrases -- 4.6.Prepositional phrases -- 4.7.Phrases in sentences -- 4.8.Conclusion -- 5.Using your knowledge -- 5.1.Noun phrases -- 5.2.Adjective phrases -- 5.3.Verb phrases -- 5.4.Adverb phrases -- 5.5.Phrases in different text types -- III.CLAUSES -- 6.Clauses -- 6.1.What is a clause? -- 6.2.Main and subordinate clauses --
  • Contents note continued: 6.3.The six types of subordinate clause -- 6.4.Clause elements -- 6.5.Clause structure -- 6.6.The position and function of clauses -- 6.7.Identifying clauses in sentences -- 6.8.Grammatical ambiguity -- 6.9.Conclusion -- 7.Using your knowledge -- 7.1.Using main and subordinate clauses -- 7.2.Text type and clause structure -- 7.3.Grammatical ambiguity -- IV.SENTENCES -- 8.Sentences -- 8.1.What is a sentence? -- 8.2.Sentence types -- 8.3.Analysing sentences -- 8.4.Linking sentences -- 8.5.Sentence organisation -- 8.6.Grammatical mood -- 8.7.Conclusion -- 9.Using your knowledge -- 9.1.Sentence type and structure -- 9.2.Linking sentences and sentence organisation -- 9.3.Grammatical mood -- V.DISCOURSE -- 10.Discourse -- 10.1.What is discourse? -- 10.2.Language variation -- 10.3.Register -- 10.4.Text types -- 10.5.Context -- 10.6.Standard and non-Standard English -- 10.7.Conclusion -- 11.Using your knowledge -- 11.1.Register -- 11.2.Text types --
  • Contents note continued: 11.3.Context -- 11.4.Non-Standard English -- 12.What next? -- VI.APPENDICES -- A.Suggested framework for analysis -- B.Glossary -- C.Wider reading
Control code
000050011888
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xv, 315 p.
Isbn
9780230542907
Isbn Type
(pbk.) :
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Mastering practical grammar, Sara Thorne
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 1.1.What is grammar? -- 1.2.Why learn about grammar? -- 1.3.Approaches to learning grammar -- 1.4.Levels of language -- 1.5.Getting started -- 1.6.How to use this book -- I.WORDS -- 2.Words -- 2.1.Word classes -- 2.2.Nouns -- 2.3.Adjectives -- 2.4.Verbs -- 2.5.Adverbs -- 2.6.Determiners -- 2.7.Pronouns -- 2.8.Prepositions -- 2.9.Conjunctions -- 2.10.Conclusion -- 3.Using your knowledge -- 3.1.Nouns -- 3.2.Adjectives -- 3.3.Verbs -- 3.4.Adverbs -- 3.5.Conjunctions -- 4.Phrases -- 4.1.What is a phrase? -- 4.2.Noun phrases -- 4.3.Adjective phrases -- 4.4.Verb phrases -- 4.5.Adverb phrases -- 4.6.Prepositional phrases -- 4.7.Phrases in sentences -- 4.8.Conclusion -- 5.Using your knowledge -- 5.1.Noun phrases -- 5.2.Adjective phrases -- 5.3.Verb phrases -- 5.4.Adverb phrases -- 5.5.Phrases in different text types -- III.CLAUSES -- 6.Clauses -- 6.1.What is a clause? -- 6.2.Main and subordinate clauses --
  • Contents note continued: 6.3.The six types of subordinate clause -- 6.4.Clause elements -- 6.5.Clause structure -- 6.6.The position and function of clauses -- 6.7.Identifying clauses in sentences -- 6.8.Grammatical ambiguity -- 6.9.Conclusion -- 7.Using your knowledge -- 7.1.Using main and subordinate clauses -- 7.2.Text type and clause structure -- 7.3.Grammatical ambiguity -- IV.SENTENCES -- 8.Sentences -- 8.1.What is a sentence? -- 8.2.Sentence types -- 8.3.Analysing sentences -- 8.4.Linking sentences -- 8.5.Sentence organisation -- 8.6.Grammatical mood -- 8.7.Conclusion -- 9.Using your knowledge -- 9.1.Sentence type and structure -- 9.2.Linking sentences and sentence organisation -- 9.3.Grammatical mood -- V.DISCOURSE -- 10.Discourse -- 10.1.What is discourse? -- 10.2.Language variation -- 10.3.Register -- 10.4.Text types -- 10.5.Context -- 10.6.Standard and non-Standard English -- 10.7.Conclusion -- 11.Using your knowledge -- 11.1.Register -- 11.2.Text types --
  • Contents note continued: 11.3.Context -- 11.4.Non-Standard English -- 12.What next? -- VI.APPENDICES -- A.Suggested framework for analysis -- B.Glossary -- C.Wider reading
Control code
000050011888
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xv, 315 p.
Isbn
9780230542907
Isbn Type
(pbk.) :
Other physical details
ill.

Library Locations

    • Lionel Bowen Library and Community CentreBorrow it
      669-673 Anzac Parade, Marouba, NSW, 2035, AU
      -33.938111 151.237977
Processing Feedback ...