English Grammar in Use by Murphy R.

By Murphy R.

English Grammar in Use was once written as a self-study grammar publication yet academics can also locate it precious as extra path fabric in situations the place extra paintings on grammar is necessary.The e-book shall be Most worthy at center- and upper-intermediate degrees (where all or the majority of the fabric might be relevant), and will serve either as a foundation for revision and as a way for working towards new constructions. it's going to even be priceless for a few extra complex scholars who've issues of grammar and wish a ebook for reference and perform. The ebook isn't really meant for use by means of user-friendly newbies.

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Department of Education (1996). about one in five of these children, lived in "linguistically isolated" homes. Fig. 6 shows that one fourth of preschool children aged 3 and 4 were linguistically isolated, as were one of five elementary and junior high school children aged 5 to 13. The percentage is lower for the high school years, which is not surprising. High school students from language minority households who are not recent immigrants have had a longer period of time in which to develop English language proficiency.

Department of Education [USDE], 1996). Fig. 7 shows the growth in actual numbers of students projected in the year 2006. How many students in 2006 will likely be LEP? If we take a conservative approach and project the same levels of linguistic isolation in 2006 that we saw in Fig. 6 for 1996, then we can estimate that 21% of all students ages 5 to 13, and 12% of all students ages 14 to 19, will come from linguistically isolated households (USDE, 1996). In real numbers, this means that an estimated 8 million elementary and junior high school students and 2 million high school students will need English language instruction in 2006.

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