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GrammarWork 1: English Exercises in Context by Pamela Peterson Breyer

GrammarWork 1: English Exercises in Context


GrammarWork 1: English Exercises in Context by Pamela Peterson Breyer

GrammarWork, English Exercises in Context, Second Edition, by Pamela Peterson Breyer, is a four-level series of exercise books that feature structures tied to meaningful contexts. Self-contained, contextualized exercises are designed for written practice; Make It Work sections enable students to apply what they have learned to realistic situations. Perforated answer keys are included. GrammarWork 1 is for beginning students.

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Publication date

27th March 1995


Pamela Peterson Breyer

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Pearson Education (US)


147 pages


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