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Few people realize there is a special, important technique of studying grammar: to look for the reasons behind the rules. The author suggests that learning English is a process of mind-training. A learner should approach English as an active thinker, not a thoughtless reader.


This is a good book for English learners and ESL teachers.Thanks for sharing. This ebook here is just an excerpt. How can I get a full version?

Francis Martin

Great book for a life time learner like me. English being my third language I need all the help I can find.


Note of appreciation to the writer for taking the pain to write this book complete with illustrations and examples to highlight specific points in the language.

Stephen Hanley

I have been an English second language teacher for 30 years, and I agree completely with the author's decision to start students off with an understanding of words and the way words are used (i.e. parts of speech). After all, words are the tools we use to communicate ideas, and to be successful in any endeavor, we must know how to use the tools correctly. I think that the way the author presents this information is attractive, easy to understand, and very complete in spite of its simplicity. Congratulations. In fact, if it is possible, I would love to include this information in a website I'm developing for ESL students. Stephen


Ira P. Boone

It is a God’s gift to the author, a special piece of luck, which has hold for more than 60 years in his effort to study English. At the beginning, as anybody else, he felt the more he learned, the more he was confused with seemingly contradictory information. But, as luck would have it, he in the end uncovered the ultimate secrets of learning the language in a complete whole. The author has read countless grammar books, old and modern, and come to the conclusion that they all have done only half of their job by just explaining the 8 parts of speech as well as listing out the rules of the language. And these, in reality, mean not much to the students. Now, the author in his book “English for the Eager Learners” has completed the job with other more important half of the work of guiding the students to learn, training them to think and develop their memory, and particularly letting them understand the reasons behind the grammatical rules. So, this is, indeed, a perfect book with all the fundamental elements for the learners of English.

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