By John Whitlam
Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar Workbook is an cutting edge e-book of workouts and language projects for all newbies of Brazilian Portuguese. The publication is split into sections:
- Part A offers workouts in accordance with crucial grammatical structures
- Part B practises daily features (e.g. making social touch, asking questions and expressing needs).
A accomplished solution key behind the e-book permits you to money in your progress.
Modern Brazilian Grammar Workbook is perfect for all inexperienced persons who've a easy wisdom of Brazilian Portuguese, together with undergraduates taking Brazilian Portuguese as a tremendous or minor a part of their reviews, in addition to intermediate and complicated scholars in colleges and grownup schooling. it may be used independently or at the side of Modern Brazilian Portuguese Grammar: a pragmatic Guide.
John Whitlam is a contract author, college lecturer and lexicographer dependent in Rio de Janeiro. He has authored a couple of language educating books and undertaking coordinated and co-authored 3 of the best-selling bilingual dictionaries of Portuguese and English.
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