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  1. Do we really need this Syntax?
  2. Is "Logically Structured English Grammar4" complete?
  3. Using synthetic genitive.
  4. Semi-modals vs. semi-auxiliaries.
  5. To grammar, or not to grammar?
  6. Forming antonyms (for nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs).
  7. Using "there is" and "there are".
  8. Using adverbials of time.
  9. Using indefinite article with abstract uncountable nouns.
  10. Using English prepositions.
 
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  11. Forming adverbs' degrees of comparison.
  12. Using Conditional Complex Sentence.
  13. Using reciprocal pronouns.
  14. Using short infinitives (and present gerund verbs).
  15. Controlling the definite article.
  16. Are there other good English grammar books?
  17. What is the adverbial clause of evolution?
  18. Difficult Demonstrative and Relative Pronouns.
  19. What is a verbal clause?
  20. A few "Do Nots" in English grammar.
 
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  21. About "reflexive voice verbs" in foreign grammars.
 
 
 
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