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An Advanced English Grammar with Exercises

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An Advanced English Grammar with Exercises
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Publisher: Ginn & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B0006AGSH8
Number of pages: 362

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This grammar is intended for students who have already received instruction in the rudiments. The Exercises are collected at the end of the text, so as not to break continuity. Certain topics of importance have been treated with unusual thoroughness.

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