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Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar
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Quick, clear and easy-to-understand explanations of the grammar you need to pass exams and communicate in English.
Descrizione
Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar explains the grammar you need at intermediate and advanced levels (B2-C2). It’s written in clear, straightforward language, so it’s easy to understand.

Oxford Learner's Quick Reference Grammar

• explains how the grammar works
• shows you how to use it
• shows you how to avoid mistakes
• helps you revise for your exams, in particular Cambridge exams (FCE, CAE, BEC and CPE)

Key features


• 181 grammar topics complement the grammar covered in any course or grammar book
• Over 2,000 examples show you how to use the grammar correctly, and how to avoid common mistakes
• Over 150 tips will help you sound more natural
• Cross-referencing between topics builds up a complete picture of the grammar you need
• Full Index takes you to the explanation you want


8.99 € *
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Revisioni

Oxford Learner’s Dictionary of Academic English si aggiudica il premio ELTon del British Council

Oxford Learner’s Dictionary of Academic English (OLDAE) si è aggiudicato il premio ELTon 2015 del British Council relativo all’Innovazione nelle Risorse per gli studenti. Il premio ricevuto è per l’edizione cartacea + CD-ROM e per l’app iOS ed è stato presentato alla cerimonia di Londra del 4 giugno.