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English Grammar - English Grammar Guide - cover

English Grammar - English Grammar Guide

Pamphlet Master

Publisher: Dot EDU

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Pamphlet Master's English Grammar has all information that professionals, teachers and students need in order to improve their proficiency in English. It will give you what it takes to achieve success not only in school but beyond. Included in the pamphlet are: -English Grammar Tips -Tenses -Adjectives -Nouns -Prepositions -Interjection -Verbs -Pronouns

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