English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises with Answers (英語) ペーパーバック – 2012/2/23
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This new edition has been thoroughly updated and revised to accompany the fourth edition of English Grammar in Use. The book contains 200 varied exercises to provide students with extra practice of the grammar they have studied. This 'with answers' version is ideal for self-study. A version without answers is available separately.
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I don't have the 4th edition but this exercise book is so riddled with perfect errors that I have to wonder what the definitions in the master text could possibly be to get such terrible results. Perhaps there in an English teacher out there who can enlighten me. Almost always, an incorrect definition will spawn incorrect examples; bad examples flow naturally from bad definitions.
These authors are also prone to jamming, by which they start with a simple sentence like "Columbus discovered America". To make that past perfect, according to their method, all you need do is put 'had' in front of 'discovered, and voila, there you have a past perfect sentence: "Columbus had discovered America", which is not, as any sixth-grader can tell you, "past perfect".
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