Books on English grammar

Grammar for English Language Teachers
by Martin Parrott

Cambridge University Press (CUP)

Winner of the English-Speaking Union Duke of Edinburgh's English Language Award.

This book is a comprehensive and practical guide that will be indispensible to trainee teachers and more experienced teachers throughout their careers.

 

Usborne Guide to Better English: Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation [Illustrated] (Paperback) by R. Gee (Author)

This bright and amusing book contains advice, tricks and techniques to help children and adults remember the often-confusing rules of English grammar. With cheerful illustrations throughout, this book should encourage children to improve their English skills in a fun and lively way. It points out common mistakes and misspelt words in written English, showing how they can be avoided. Packed with quizzes, tests, games and tips, as well as Internet links, this book should be helpful for the classroom, for homework and for the office. Please note that some of the pages are black and white, not all are colour.

Usborne Guide to Better English: Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation [Illustrated] (Paperback) by R. Gee (Author)

This bright and amusing book contains advice, tricks and techniques to help children and adults remember the often-confusing rules of English grammar. With cheerful illustrations throughout, this book should encourage children to improve their English skills in a fun and lively way. It points out common mistakes and misspelt words in written English, showing how they can be avoided. Packed with quizzes, tests, games and tips, as well as Internet links, this book should be helpful for the classroom, for homework and for the office. Please note that some of the pages are black and white, not all are colour.

English Grammar In Use with Answers and CD ROM: A Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Students of English (Paperback) by Raymond Murphy (Author)

English Grammar in Use Third edition is a fully updated version of the classic grammar title. It retains all the key features of clarity and accessibility that have made the book popular with students and teachers alike. Designed to be flexible, the book is available both with and without answers, making it ideal for self-study, but also suitable for reinforcement work in the classroom. The 'with answers' version of the book comes with a handy pull-out reference panel which allows students to review key grammar points at a glance. The book is also available with a CD-ROM, giving hundreds of interactive exercises to reinforce the language learned in the book.

A fully updated version of the world's bestselling grammar title - extra practice is also available on the interactive CD-ROM that accompanies the book.

Teaching Tenses: Ideas for Presenting and Practising Tenses in English (Paperback) by Rosemary Aitken (Author)

Teaching the tenses is often almost as difficult for the teacher as it is for the learner. Students often find the terminology difficult to remember and the concepts involved difficult to understand.

Skilful English teachers find ways of explaining the concepts clearly, often devising situations and activities that demonstrate the need or correct application of the tense.

These approaches help to make the learning more enjoyable and more effective.

A Concise Grammar for English Language Teachers (ELT) (Paperback) by Tony Penston (Author)

This book for English teachers gives clear guidelines on teaching grammar in the classroom.

TESOL, TEFL, ESOL, EFL teachers and others will find this an invaluable resource. It is well laid out and the index is very good to enable you to find exactly what you are looking for easily. It has many useful tips on teaching grammar for practical purposes.