Michael Swan: 3 questions about ELT

April 26th, 2012 — inAll The Interviews, Teaching Topicsno comments


Michael is a writer specializing in English Language teaching and reference materials. His publications include Practical English Usage (OUP), How English Works (OUP) and The Good Grammar Book (OUP). He is also co-author, with Catherine Walter, of the Cambridge English Course series. His most recent books are Grammar (in ‘Oxford Introductions to Language Study’) and Grammar Scan (OUP), a collection of diagnostic language tests written in collaboration with David Baker.

 
 

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