software for basic grammar
Diane Frances Lesley-Neuman
Diane.Lesley-neuman at colorado.edu
Fri Nov 10 04:16:49 UTC 2006
Betty Azar's English grammar Series (red, black and Blue books) for ESL
students used to have a software package sometime at the end of the 1990's.
Kaplan Test Prep used to use it as part of its TOEFL test preparation. I have
never used it myself--but I do know that it existed at one time.
Diane Lesley-Neuman, M. Ed.
Institute for Cognitive Science
University of Colorado at Boulder
Quoting Edith Moravcsik <edith at uwm.edu>:
> Does anybody know of software that offers both explanations and exercises
> regarding grammatical terms and that students can use individually to bone up
> on basic grammatical terminology,
> such as "noun", "preposition", "clause", "phrase", "relative clause", "head"
> Edith A. Moravcsik
> Professor of Linguistics
> Department of Foreign
> Languages and Linguistics
> University of Wisconsin-
> Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
> E-mail: edith at uwm.edu
> Tel: (414) 229-6794
> Fax: (414) 229-2741
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