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English Grammar (3rd Edition)

An Introduction

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16 December 2016

$38.99

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16 September 2017

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13 January 2017

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This core textbook helps readers get to grips with the fundamentals of English grammar so that they can critically engage with a wide variety of texts. Combining contemporary linguistic approaches with the familiar...

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This core textbook helps readers get to grips with the fundamentals of English grammar so that they can critically engage with a wide variety of texts. Combining contemporary linguistic approaches with the familiar terminology of traditional grammar, this lively book offers a hands-on introduction to English grammar. It begins by situating the study of grammar within its broader context, before moving on to look at the various categories that are used when analysing texts. Later chapters focus on the practical application of the skills acquired in the first part of the book.

This is an indispensable text for students and teachers of English Language and Linguistics. It is also a valuable resource for those studying English as a second or foreign language. 

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  • Contextualises grammar and places increased emphasis on its communicative value
  • Diagrams and tables aid comprehension of key concepts throughout
  • Contains exercises at the end of each chapter and answers to all questions at the end of the book, enabling students to track their progress
  • Includes sample analyses of a range of texts, both literary and non-literary




  • A wealth of new material, including further detail on morphology, more examples and revised explanations of key terms
  • Improved glossary and index, in response to detailed user feedback
  • Fully updated throughout to meet the needs of today's students



PART A Grammatical Description
1. Introduction
2. A Preliminary Overview
3. Nouns and Noun Phrases
4. Verbs and Verb Phrases
5. Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions and Associated Phrases
6. Clause Structure and Clause Type
7. Subordination and Coordination
8. Subordination and Coordination
PART B Looking at Language in Context
9. From Separate Sentences to Connected Text
10. Text and Context
11. Text Analysis – Putting It All Together.

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Peter Collins is a retired Professor of Linguistics from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He has published more than a hundred academic books, articles and book chapters. His research interests include English grammar, World Englishes (particularly Australian English), and corpus linguistics.

Carmella Hollo is a retired Lecturer in Linguistics from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Her teaching has concentrated in the areas of English grammar, introduction to linguistics courses and historical linguistics.

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Peter Collins is a retired Professor of Linguistics from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. He has published more than a hundred academic books, articles and book chapters. His research interests include English grammar, World Englishes (particularly Australian English), and corpus linguistics.

Carmella Hollo is a retired Lecturer in Linguistics from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Her teaching has concentrated in the areas of English grammar, introduction to linguistics courses and historical linguistics.

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