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If and when to teach grammar

Many teacher enjoy teaching grammar and many coursebooks and syllabuses have grammar at the core. But how efficient is grammar teaching, particularly in English with all its flexibility and exceptions. Charlie Taylor argues for caution when teaching it.

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