English Grammar Book

Write and Speak using Excellent English Grammar!

Do you want to achieve any of these things?

  • Understand complex English grammar
  • Use complex grammar in everyday speaking and writing
  • Have excellent grammar for university or college
  • Get a high IELTS or TOEFL score

Then this English grammar book may be just what you are looking for.

Advanced Grammar Worksheets is packed full of advanced grammar explanations plus exercises to practice what you have learned.

What is Advanced Grammar?

Advanced grammar means that you will be studying beyond the basics. With basic grammar you are taught to understand such things as nouns, adverbs, pronouns, phrases and the basics of sentence clauses.

Advanced grammar takes you beyond this to introduce you to sets of rules that will mean that you are able write and speak much more like a native English speaker and have much higher levels of flexibility and choice when you write or speak English. 

For example, you may understand the basics of relative clauses but you need to have a clear understanding of the difference between defining and non-defining relative clauses, how to reduce relative clauses and how to replace them with infinitives.  

These kinds of things will mean that you have a much better level of skills than someone who just knows the basics of grammar. 

You may want to learn more advanced grammar if you need to improve your writing  or speaking proficiency for things such as university or to take a test such as IELTS or TOEFL.

To score band 7 or above in IELTS you are expected to have a much broader knowledge of grammar than the basics and you will need to know how to produce accurate and varied complex sentence structures. 

What is in the English Grammar Book?

It is set out in clear sections, each one containing a set of grammar points and practice exercises. 

Key Features:

  • Full of grammatical explanations of a multitude of complex grammar points, all with clear examples

  • Every grammar point has exercises to practice what you have learned

  • Ideal for self-study but can be used for classroom activities

  • Answer key covering all the practice exercises

Download sample pages:

Subject Verb Agreement


This is exactly what is covered in the English Grammar Book:

Grammar Book Contents

  • Definite & indefinite articles
  • Subject-verb agreement
  • Types of clauses
  • Connecting ideas 
  • Correlative conjunctions
  • Adverbial clauses 
  • Adverbial clauses & phrases 
  • Reduction of adverbial clauses  
  • Conditionals 
  • Participles                 
  • Defining relative clauses 
  • Non-defining relative clauses
  • Reduction of relative clauses 
  • Relative clauses Replaced by infinitives
  • Passive voice
  • Transition signals (process description)
  • Nouns with participle or ‘to’-infinitive phrases
  • Verbs with participle phrases
  • Verbs with ‘to’-infinitive phrases
  • Verbs with participle or ‘to’-infinitive phrases
  • Verbs with other types of phrases
  • Link verbs

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