Winterthur, Switzerland, December 12, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Bill Dobbs, EFL teacher and author of the book "I Have a Question," online language learning programs and tailor-made course materials for corporations and organisations in the EFL world, has launched his second book "English Grammar Explanations and Exercises."
This book, containing over 360 pages, is aimed at students of English as a foreign language at the B2 - C1 level. It provides explanations and exercises in all the essential grammar aspects at this level. There are several exercises on each grammatical point. Answers are given at the end of each unit, not only in the form of individual words or phrases but always in the original sentences, thereby providing valuable contextual clues. This book is ideal for students wishing to improve their grammar skills and for those who need additional practice before a test or an exam.
The book is now available on Amazon websites worldwide.
About the Author
Bill Dobbs was born to Irish parents in London. He chose to become a teacher of English and after graduating from Didsbury College, Manchester, embarked on his career as a teacher of English as a foreign language. He has taught in Sweden, Germany, Austria, the UK and Switzerland, where he now resides and works. He is the author of the book "I Have a Question," a compilation of the author’s experiences as a teacher of English as a foreign language. In an often humorous way, it explains certain grammatical points, looks into the etymology of certain words and comments on the use, misuse and abuse of the English language in today’s world. He has also written the pass-english-exams suite of online software programs. His hobbies include golf, listening to the music of Van Morrison, mythology, theology, and philosophy. He adamantly claims that all of these hobbies are one and the same thing. This is his second book. He says that it may well be his last one. He said the self same thing upon launching his first book.
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