Mastering American English
by Grant Taylor
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1956
Number of pages: 240
Mastering American English is a comprehensive exercise book for use with adult students at the intermediate and advanced levels of language learning. Insofar as possible, the student's attention is called to the grammar and structure of English through examples which serve as patterns for the practice materials which follow.
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