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    Front Cover
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    Inside Cover
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    Restrictions of use, and Table of Contents
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    A brief history of the UK, and of Grammar
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    A few fundamental Principles of Grammar
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    The Phonetics part is needed to explain particular aspects in Morphology, and in Sentence Syntax
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    The most important concept in Grammar is the category of "case" [best referenced to nouns]
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    A complete presentation of personal pronouns [better, nicer, exhaustively]
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    The verb is explained as never before in Grammar history!
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    About 25% of LSEG4 is dedicated to presenting the verb; the level of details surpasses ANY grammar books ever written!
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    The adverb (and the adverbial) comes in a simplified structure, based on the basic, mandatory, grammatical functionality
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    Morphological conjunctions are particularly important in Complex Sentence Syntax
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    "Relational-Logic Syntactic Framework" is a premiere in Grammar history!
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    The structure and the functions of syntactical sentence
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    Analogy to Morphology is one of the instruments used in Complex Sentence Syntax
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    Rules and exceptions needed to enforce The Sequence of Tenses
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    A thorough presentation of Direct and Indirect Style
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    Punctuation is needed to take control of grammar, in real life!
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    A glimpse at Appendixes 5 and 6
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    Back cover
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