This book is the Grammar section of the A1 level of the practical guide for learning English as a second language. It forms a part of the book series My English Skills. It is fully written in English, and it serves as a base for the adaptation to different mother tongues. Starting from an integrated curriculum of languages, we offer an eclectic system with a distribution of contents based on the needs of learning objectives.
This book was originally written for www.books4languages.com, an online course with an integrated curriculum of languages, created by learning objects, following the Common European Framework of References for Languages (CEFR). A modular system is easy to personalize and adapt to different contexts and situations.
By design, this modular course does not go into great detail about English grammar topics, as our students will learn English as a second language. For that reason, this book does not currently include sections on Orthography, Vocabulary or Culture that are often found in other introductory texts. However, this book remains a work in progress, and it is hoped that over time, new content may be added.
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