An Introductory Course in Theoretical English Grammar
by Laimutis Valeika, Janina Buitkiene
Publisher: Vilnius Pedagogical University 2003
Number of pages: 135
This book is intended for university-level students of English who have taken a practical grammar course and are now ready to take a course in theoretical grammar. Our aim is to provide the students with a brief survey of English morphological problems in the light of present-day linguistics.
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