Downing and locke english grammar pdf

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downing and locke english grammar pdf

English Grammar, 3rd Edition – Angela Downing | heavenlybells.org

This book has been written primarily for undergraduate and graduate students of English as a foreign or second language. It is also addressed to teachers and lecturers, whether native or non-native speakers of English, and to others interested in applying a broadly functional approach to language teaching in higher education. It assumes an intermediate standard of knowledge and practical handling of the language and, from this point of departure, seeks to fulfil the following aims:. A functional grammar is functional in various ways. This view is based, following Michael Halliday, on the assumption that all languages fulfil two higher-level functions metafunctions in our lives. Second, the regular patterns of different kinds that can be distinguished in language reflect the uses which a language serves.
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