By Betty Schrampfer Azar
Now in an all-new moment version, this worktext provides uncomplicated constructions and vocabulary in a step by step development technique, in addition to plenty of chance for perform via various routines. Covers all uncomplicated English grammar buildings and ideas via transparent, concise charts and examples. For beginning-level ESL freshmen.
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