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Now, for the first time ever, and only for a limited time, you can get this value-priced, limited edition boxed set.
Learn English Collection Box Set includes three bestselling books from My Ebook Publishing House and Matt Purland:

Book #1
English Grammar - Theory and Exercises
"English Grammar - Theory and Exercises" presents the most important elements of English Grammar in a clear and simple manner. The book addresses all those who want to learn English, regardless of age, offering, through clear explanations and algorithms, a better and faster understanding of English grammar. Each lesson is accompanied by examples and exercises. The book contains 900 exercises.

Book #2
English Vocabulary Exercises
As you improve your English skills and your grammar understanding advances, you will discover that building your vocabulary is the key to becoming an excellent speaker of English. This book will help you improve your vocabulary. A strong vocabulary not only helps you express your ideas, but helps you impress people around you with your understanding of the language.

Book #3
Learn English, by Matt Purland
For learning English, you'll find the most success in retaining your skills through exercises. “Learn English” reinforces your knowledge and enhances your ability to read, write, and speak in English. With close to 1500 exercises you will get plenty of opportunities to practice all parts of English.
Matt Purland is a lecturer in English Language. With more than ten years of experience teaching EFL / ESL - in the classroom and online, Matt Pultand, author of the famous „Talk a Lot” series, is a real treasure for those who want to learn English.

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ISBN: 9781310771330
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