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30 review for English Grammar in Use Book with Answers and Interactive eBook: Self-Study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Learners of English

  1. 4 out of 5

    Exina

    English Grammar in Use was a required reading for my studies and I still use it sometimes. It's one of my favorite language books. English Grammar in Use was a required reading for my studies and I still use it sometimes. It's one of my favorite language books.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nərmin

    My best English teacher)))

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danceangel

    If I could give this book a 10, I definitely would. This is the very book I learned and polished my grammar with, just by sitting and doing all the exercises, one by one, every day. Highly recommend!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Grammar bible - my constant companion for over 18 years as a teacher of English as a foreign language.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ira Bespalova

    All Murphy's textbooks are awesome manuals to the English language. There are all levels from beginner to advanced. Loads of exercises, rules, useful advice. A free tutor of English at home! All Murphy's textbooks are awesome manuals to the English language. There are all levels from beginner to advanced. Loads of exercises, rules, useful advice. A free tutor of English at home!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Earl Grey Tea

    The order of the grammar points presented were not what I would consider the most ideal order. Also, a few items (especially conditionals) were not explained in away that would be intuitive to someone learning this for the first time. Despite these flaws, the book did have a lot of explanations that could help people understand some of the finer points of different grammar patterns. Even the conditionals sections had some explanations of different aspects that could help clarify or reinforce the The order of the grammar points presented were not what I would consider the most ideal order. Also, a few items (especially conditionals) were not explained in away that would be intuitive to someone learning this for the first time. Despite these flaws, the book did have a lot of explanations that could help people understand some of the finer points of different grammar patterns. Even the conditionals sections had some explanations of different aspects that could help clarify or reinforce the grammar point to students who already have a fairly solid understanding of conditionals. I really like the explanation of 'adjectives + prepositions' and 'verbs + prepositions' at the end. They were lots of pages with lists of common preposition patterns and explanations to the meaning of these phrases. I think that this would especially helpful to Korean students since the wide variety of prepositions is not found in their language, and the average Korean learning English is prone to overlook the word when producing a sentence. A lot of the practice problems were focus on accuracy with most of the activities being finishing the sentence with the correct pattern discussed on the previous page. There were a few activities that had the students describing a picture of situation with the correct grammar. I feel this is a much better form of practice (with a certain answer that can be found in the answer key) since it forces the student to learn to place the grammar pattern onto an appropriate situation. There were lots of things that I was able to take away from this book and actually start using in my classroom right away. It will definitely be a book that I keep on hand when I need for information to explain a concept to my students.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lord Beardsley

    Can't really give this a star rating because...well...it's a text book. I had to read it for the Celta course (which is probably the reason any English speaker would read it). Yep, it gets the job done. Sometimes the British English made me question 1.) my sanity 2.) my language 3.) my humanity. Can't really give this a star rating because...well...it's a text book. I had to read it for the Celta course (which is probably the reason any English speaker would read it). Yep, it gets the job done. Sometimes the British English made me question 1.) my sanity 2.) my language 3.) my humanity.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sergey Barsamyan

    Absolutely THE BEST ESL GRAMMAR BOOK. Raymond Murphy should've got Nobel for this masterpiece. Absolutely THE BEST ESL GRAMMAR BOOK. Raymond Murphy should've got Nobel for this masterpiece.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mochizuki

    This is one of the best grammar books I've ever found! Very didadict and with an easy to use step by step format (138 units) it's a very good source to the self-student (every unit has a lot of exercises and the book provide you with an answers guide at its end). This is one of the best grammar books I've ever found! Very didadict and with an easy to use step by step format (138 units) it's a very good source to the self-student (every unit has a lot of exercises and the book provide you with an answers guide at its end).

  10. 4 out of 5

    Vladimir Rybalko

    This is the best self-study grammar book in the world! Do you want to learn an English grammar from scratch? Or may be you just need to brush up your grammar skills. Nevermind, welcome to start reading. You won't be disappointed. This is the best self-study grammar book in the world! Do you want to learn an English grammar from scratch? Or may be you just need to brush up your grammar skills. Nevermind, welcome to start reading. You won't be disappointed.

  11. 5 out of 5

    ReadingKoala

    Pithy and easy to understand :)

  12. 4 out of 5

    Eastofoz

    The second book in the "Grammar In Use series". Just as good as the first. Excellent grammar guide with simple rules and progressively difficult exercises. Review section is very good as is the summary pull-out grammar guide at the back. The entire "In Use" is top notch! The second book in the "Grammar In Use series". Just as good as the first. Excellent grammar guide with simple rules and progressively difficult exercises. Review section is very good as is the summary pull-out grammar guide at the back. The entire "In Use" is top notch!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Tracey

    THE grammar resource for students (and teachers!). And the layout is completely user-friendly. Clear explanations and examples on the left, exercises on the right. My fave book for my ESL students for the past 12 yrs.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Demetre Suladze

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. English Grammar in Use with Answers: Reference and Practice for Intermediate Students English Grammar in Use with Answers: Reference and Practice for Intermediate Students

  15. 4 out of 5

    Malak

    Best book in teaching GRAMMAR. Taught me all I know.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Juliet Ezati

    a good book self-study

  17. 4 out of 5

    Monika Bdinska

    Do

  18. 5 out of 5

    Michael Goodine

    There are quite a few good grammar books available to students and teachers nowadays, but English Grammar in Use is still my favorite. A new fifth edition was published this year, and I will continue recommend it to students. Though it is advertised as a book for intermediate learners, I usually recommend it even to upper-intermediate and advanced students. The 145 units in the book (and related appendices and extra exercises) make it a fairly comprehensive look at English grammar. With 34 years There are quite a few good grammar books available to students and teachers nowadays, but English Grammar in Use is still my favorite. A new fifth edition was published this year, and I will continue recommend it to students. Though it is advertised as a book for intermediate learners, I usually recommend it even to upper-intermediate and advanced students. The 145 units in the book (and related appendices and extra exercises) make it a fairly comprehensive look at English grammar. With 34 years worth of revisions over the course of the book’s five editions some obvious thought has been put into how the information in the book is presented. It is remarkably easy to follow. A moderate level of revision has occurred since the fourth edition was published in 2012. This seems to mostly have affected the organization of the exercises in the book, but the explanatory parts have been revised to some extent as well. On a shallower note, I’m happy to report that the illustrations in the book finally reflect a modern aesthetic – those in the fourth edition were not particularly attractive. Overall, though, the book maintains the organization used since at least the second edition (the earliest I have in my collection). Each unit is two facing pages long. The left-hand page explains a specific grammar point, and the right-hand page includes exercises that students can work through. Answers are included at the end, though Cambridge does sell a version with those omitted. The seven appendices list verb forms, contractions, tricky spelling rules and notes about American English usage. There is also a study guide which might help students discover specific grammar points they should focus on. Note that the units are grouped into logical chapters (present and past, modals, adjectives and adverbs, etc) rather than from “easy to difficult.” This isn’t a book that students work through from the beginning to end, but rather one where they focus on units covering their specific needs. The study guide might help, but they really need a teacher to show them the way. While the cover bills this as a “self-study guide,” it is better used as a supplement to classroom instruction or personal tutoring. These activities pair well with Cambridge’s companion text English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises. That text was updated in 2019 to match the new edition of the main book. Obviously, it provides additional practice which matches the units in the main book. Keep in mind, though, that this book lumps units together, and not always in chronological order. A Note About Editions There is an American version of the book called Grammar in Use Intermediate . I always get the original English version since it is usually published first. However, it seems that in 2018, for the first time ever, the American version was released first. Go figure. Note that the American version is very similar, with just a few small differences. There is also a version for Android and Apple devices, but it is based on the older fourth edition and the pricing kind of stinks – one free chapter (six units) and about $2.00 per chapter after that.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Bùi Hải

    I bought the 2nd edition of this book from the 11th grade and used it until I graduated university. It's a great book for your self study with practical examples and situations. I highly recommend it for English learners from beginning to intermediate levels. I have just one advice for my Vietnamese fellows: don't buy the bi-lingual version (Vietnamse-English). Because the nature of the book is learning from reading the examples (in use), not from remembering the grammar rules. You cannot learn a I bought the 2nd edition of this book from the 11th grade and used it until I graduated university. It's a great book for your self study with practical examples and situations. I highly recommend it for English learners from beginning to intermediate levels. I have just one advice for my Vietnamese fellows: don't buy the bi-lingual version (Vietnamse-English). Because the nature of the book is learning from reading the examples (in use), not from remembering the grammar rules. You cannot learn a lot of English by reading the explanations in Vietnamese.

  20. 4 out of 5

    عادل المشهداني

    I'm using this book to improve my English as well I use it as a reference. Wonderful book for learners,you can explore all grammar with variety of examples and simplified manner. It contains alot of exercises. I recommend it highly. I'm using this book to improve my English as well I use it as a reference. Wonderful book for learners,you can explore all grammar with variety of examples and simplified manner. It contains alot of exercises. I recommend it highly.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bader

    very helpful and easy sourse for english grammar. It is a very important book for every personal or publeic library.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Layla Hamad

    A good source for EFL and ESL learners,, i highly recommend it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Perpecaltus rhili

    great to use this book,,,lot of grammar references ...

  24. 5 out of 5

    Germancho

    Adriana (my wife) studied english with that book a couple of years ago, and she loved it. Recommended if you're serious about learning english. Adriana (my wife) studied english with that book a couple of years ago, and she loved it. Recommended if you're serious about learning english.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia

    I use this constantly with my students! Great exercises and clear explanations. Perfect for ESL / EFL teachers.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Vara

    Good

  27. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    The whole series, English grammar in use, books published by Cambridge university are the most worthy books for the people who are not English native-speaker.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Swati Sucharita

    ok

  29. 5 out of 5

    Bipeen

    I want to read this book to increase by knowedge.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Dereky

    it is simple as it is for intermediate students. it reminds me of the campus life since having graduated for nearly eight years. at that time learning english is just for passing exams, and students themselves almost dislike it because of taking so many years exams. but now after so many years work i have realised that english is the most widely used in the world, and many knowledge is written in english, so in order to gain more information, it must have been understood. also at the same time, t it is simple as it is for intermediate students. it reminds me of the campus life since having graduated for nearly eight years. at that time learning english is just for passing exams, and students themselves almost dislike it because of taking so many years exams. but now after so many years work i have realised that english is the most widely used in the world, and many knowledge is written in english, so in order to gain more information, it must have been understood. also at the same time, there is no mony to invest, so the best idea is to invest yourself, waiting to have enough money. firstly i remeber words by youdao dictionary through translating chinese. while after a year' s effort, there is a big barrier to cross although making progress during the time. so i try to read english information directly, but there is a lot of difficulty in understinding the meaning of complex sentence such as a sentence of two more lines in the news. so i have to read a grammar book again. but i think i can have a try to read english book. during the reading, i suddenly find that understanding and translating is two different thing and translating is more difficult than understanding while my purpose is just to understand. since then i will read english original book if the original language is english. thank to this book, i have the faith to do it.

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