Cognitive English Grammar is for all elementary and intermediate level learners of English. This grammar book makes use of cognitive and concept maps to facilitate and enhance learning. Concept maps are graphical tools for organising and representing information and knowledge and they are represented in a hierarchical structure. Thanks to these maps and graphs, learners can organize lots of information into a form that is easily understood and they can visualize connections within the information. The main goal of using these maps is to identify the key concepts of the most common English grammar rules and represent them in such a way so as to be more easily understood and remembered. Cognitive English Grammar can be used as a class text or for self-study. Several sections contrast two or more different structures that are often problematic for learners. The book is divided into 27 units, each of which covers an important grammar topic. There are also appendices at the back of the book on how to give directions, the different meanings of the verb to get, confusing verbs, punctuation, differences between British and American English and irregular verbs.

Cognitive English Grammar

LEONARDI, Vanessa
2012

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Cognitive English Grammar is for all elementary and intermediate level learners of English. This grammar book makes use of cognitive and concept maps to facilitate and enhance learning. Concept maps are graphical tools for organising and representing information and knowledge and they are represented in a hierarchical structure. Thanks to these maps and graphs, learners can organize lots of information into a form that is easily understood and they can visualize connections within the information. The main goal of using these maps is to identify the key concepts of the most common English grammar rules and represent them in such a way so as to be more easily understood and remembered. Cognitive English Grammar can be used as a class text or for self-study. Several sections contrast two or more different structures that are often problematic for learners. The book is divided into 27 units, each of which covers an important grammar topic. There are also appendices at the back of the book on how to give directions, the different meanings of the verb to get, confusing verbs, punctuation, differences between British and American English and irregular verbs.
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