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    #1

    What would you say?

    What would you normally say “Grammar for Advanced Learners or Grammar for High Learners? Do they have the same meaning? Which one is most common?

    Thankyou.
    Best regards,
    Piak

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    #2

    Re: What would you say?

    I think the former one is more commontly used and I rarely see the phrase "High Learners"

    my 2 cents


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    #3

    Re: What would you say?

    I have NEVER seen "high learners", Advanced learners are so very commonly used that it is the best version to use.

  2. sheena55ro
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    #4

    Re: What would you say?

    Quote Originally Posted by Piak
    What would you normally say “Grammar for Advanced Learners or Grammar for High Learners? Do they have the same meaning? Which one is most common?

    Thankyou.
    Best regards,
    Piak

    Grammar for Advanced[ Pre-intermediate/Intermediate] learners/students etc.
    High level English grammar
    You cannot use "high" with "learners", but:

    high mountains
    high peaks
    high level, etc.

    Regards,

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    #5

    Re: What would you say?

    I appreciate your reply, Hector51 & Sheena55ro, very much and each of them quite useful for me. It is very strange to me to see such a phrase on front cover of a Grammar Book in my country.

    Best regards,
    Piak

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