A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish is a comprehensive, cohesive and clear guide to the forms and structures of Spanish as it is written and spoken today in Spain and Latin-America. It includes clear descriptions of all the main grammatical phenomena of Spanish, and their use, illustrated by numerous examples of contemporary Spanish, both Peninsular and Latin-American, formal and informal. Fully revised and updated, the sixth edition is even more relevant to students and teachers of Spanish.
Practising Spanish Grammar is the ideal companion to the sixth edition of the widely acclaimed A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish. Thoroughly updated, this fourth edition of the workbook features an improved organization which closely mirrors that of A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish, sixth edition. The selection of exercises has been fullyrevised and expanded with new exercises on a variety of topics includingpossessives, conditional, future and past tenses, and polite requests.
The combination of reference grammar and workbook is invaluable for learners at level B2–C2 of the Common European Framework for Languages, and Intermediate High–Advanced High on the ACTFL proficiency scales.
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A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish, 6th Edition
Practising Spanish Grammar, 4th Edition
John Butt is Emeritus Professor of Hispanic Studies of King’s College London, UK. He studied Spanish, French and Portuguese at the University of Cambridge and went on to lecture in Spanish literature and language at King’s College London for 37 years.
Carmen Benjamin, a native speaker of Spanish, taught Spanish at King’s College London, UK.
Antonia Moreira Rodríguez, also a native speaker of Spanish, teaches Spanish language and linguistics in the Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin-American Studies of King’s College London, UK.
Angela Howkins is a former Lecturer in Spanish at Dundee College, Scotland.
Christopher Pountain is Professor of Spanish Linguistics at Queen Mary's College, University of London.
Teresa de Carlos is a native speaker of Spanish and a former Senior Language Teaching Officer at the University of Cambridge.