American Grammar

ENGLISH COURSE • Life • Levels 5-6 • American English • Reading and Grammar Practice (2014)

Life • Levels 5-6 • American English
Reading and Grammar Practice
NGL | 2014 | English | PDF | 24.96 MB

National Geographic Learning brings the world to your classroom with Life, a six-level integrated-skills series that develops fluency in American English. Through an exploration of real world content from National Geographic presented through stunning images, text, and video, learners will strengthen their existing global connections while learning the English skills needed for communication in the 21st century.
ENGLISH COURSE • Life • Levels 1-4 • American English • Reading and Grammar Practice (2014)

Life • Levels 1-4 • American English
Reading and Grammar Practice
NGL | 2014 | English | PDF | 101.63 MB

National Geographic Learning brings the world to your classroom with Life, a six-level integrated-skills series that develops fluency in American English. Through an exploration of real world content from National Geographic presented through stunning images, text, and video, learners will strengthen their existing global connections while learning the English skills needed for communication in the 21st century.
Grammar in Interaction: Adverbial Clauses in American English Conversations (repost)

Cecilia E. Ford, "Grammar in Interaction: Adverbial Clauses in American English Conversations"
English | 1993 | ISBN: 0521418038, 0521023750 | 184 pages | PDF | 5,2 MB
Ornette Coleman - Sound Grammar (2006) {Phrase Text - Sound Grammar SG 11593}

Ornette Coleman - Sound Grammar (2006) {Phrase Text - Sound Grammar SG 11593}
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© 2006 Phrase Text / Sound Grammar | SG 11593
Jazz / Avant-Garde Jazz / Contemporary Jazz / Saxophone

SOUND GRAMMAR won the Pulitzer Prize for music in 2007. American jazz saxophonist, violinist, trumpeter and composer (born March 09, 1930 in Fort Worth, Texas). His album "Free Jazz" gave its name to a whole jazz sub-genre. Recorded in front of a live audience, 2006's SOUND GRAMMAR was the first release of all new material from free-jazz icon Ornette Coleman in nearly a decade. Packed with sonic thrills from back to front, this outing finds Coleman in a quartet that features two bassists. The rhythmic and harmonic interplay between the two basses (one is plucked and one is bowed) creates a rich, resonant field on which the drummer and Coleman (on violin, trumpet, and alto saxophone, alternately) improvise freely. The years haven't dimmed the artist's creativity an iota, and SOUND GRAMMAR proves Coleman's unique, original vision to be as vital as ever.

Oxford Basic American Dictionary for Learners of English  

Posted by ksenya.b at Dec. 16, 2015
Oxford Basic American Dictionary for Learners of English

Oxford Basic American Dictionary for Learners of English
NRG (image file) | 2011 | ISBN: 0194399699 | English | 355 MB

A new American Dictionary specifically designed for learners of English. Written for individuals working to improve their English language skills. Featuring over 27,000 words, phrases, and meanings - including help with grammar, collocations, synonyms, and word choice - our learner's dictionary uses the words you already know to define new vocabulary.
British or American English?: A Handbook of Word and Grammar Patterns (Studies in English Language) (Repost)

British or American English?: A Handbook of Word and Grammar Patterns (Studies in English Language) by John Algeo
English | 2006 | ISBN: 0521379938 | 364 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Speakers of British and American English display some striking differences in their use of grammar.
The Teacher's Grammar of English: A Course Book and Reference Guide, with answers (repost)

Ron Cowan, "The Teacher's Grammar of English: A Course Book and Reference Guide, with answers"
2008 | ISBN: 0521809738 | 724 pages | PDF | 67 MB

The Teacher's Grammar of English is a comprehensive resource text designed to help ESL/EFL teachers understand and teach American English grammar. The Teacher's Grammar of English is a comprehensive resource text designed to help ESL/EFL teachers and teachers-in-training understand and teach American English grammar. In addition to complete, up-to-date coverage on form, meaning, and usage, each chapter includes practical suggestions for teaching, as well as a unique section that analyzes common errors made by learners from different first-language backgrounds, based on current research in second-language acquisition. Review exercises throughout each chapter make the book an ideal text for a course on English grammar. An answer key is included. A chapter of past and present instructional practices provides an overview of the debate surrounding the teaching of grammar.
British or American English?: A Handbook of Word and Grammar Patterns (repost)

John Algeo, "British or American English?: A Handbook of Word and Grammar Patterns"
2006 | ISBN: 0521371376 | 360 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Speakers of British and American English display some striking differences in their use of grammar. In this detailed survey, John Algeo considers questions such as: "Who lives on a street, and who lives in a street? Who takes a bath, and who has a bath? "Who says Neither do I, and who says Nor do I? |After 'thank you', who says Not at all and who says You're welcome? Whose team are on the ball, and whose team isn't? Containing extensive quotations from real-life English on both sides of the Atlantic, collected over the past twenty years, this is a clear and highly organized guide to the differences - and the similarities - between the grammar of British and American speakers.
Grammar in Interaction: Adverbial Clauses in American English Conversations (repost)

Cecilia E. Ford, "Grammar in Interaction: Adverbial Clauses in American English Conversations"
1993 | ISBN: 0521418038 | 184 pages | PDF | 5,2 MB

Cecilia E. Ford explores the question: what work do adverbial clauses do in conversational interaction? Her analysis of this predominating conjunction strategy in English conversation is based on the assumption that grammars reflect recurrent patterns of situated language use, and that a primary site for language is in spontaneous talk. She considers the interactional as well as the informational work of talk and shows how conversationalists use grammar to coordinate their joint language production. The management of the complexities of the sequential development of a conversation, and the social roles of conversational participants, have been extensively examined within the sociological approach of Conversation Analysis.

American Accent Training: Grammar with Audio CDs (repost)  

Posted by Linguist_expert at Jan. 29, 2013
American Accent Training: Grammar with Audio CDs (repost)

American Accent Training: Grammar with Audio CDs
Audio CDs: English: MP3, 110 Kbps (2 channel) | 2 hours
PDF Book
Overal size: 230 MB | Genre: Learning English

This book and audio compact disc program instructs students of English as a second language in the elements of grammar, presenting a grammar review that emphasizes speech and correct pronunciation. The compact discs include spoken dictations for each of the book's ten chapters. Students start by writing out what they hear, and then comparing what they have written with the book's printed version. In the process, they begin learning the elements of grammar, staring with the simple present tense of the verb "to be" and progressing to all other tenses and parts of speech. Students gradually learn how to use English words and pronounce them properly in grammatically correct sentences. Following each chapter's introductory sentence, they are given a brief story.