Some of the exercises are in the form of a conversation between two people. Quotation marks are not used here but the second remark is usually printed directly below the first.
A grammar reference that is known for its clear explanations and for dealing with the topics students find most difficult.
This book deals with the construction of English from elementary to advanced level and is intended for intermediate and advanced students of English as a foreign language. Though written chiefly for adults it is suitable also for senior forms in schools. It is hoped also that teachers of English as a foreign language may find it useful as a reference book.
Rebekah Hendershot makes learning English Grammar fun for both the native speaker improving their writing or for English learners working on the basics. Rebekah begins with explanations of grammar concepts, then dives into detail with examples from pop culture and classic literature, before ending lessons with hands-on examples in useful contexts. Rebekah utilizes her Master's of Professional Writing from the University of Southern California as well as her experience teaching and editing under her own company from 2006. Her course covers everything from the parts of speech, tenses, troublesome verbs, parallelism, and idioms.