You could take a look at some of our recommendations that TDOL put together for our site.
I'll have to think about it and get back to you. As for the time being, check out the bookstores.Originally Posted by moonlite
Excellent idea. :DOriginally Posted by Red5
I asked for your favorite few. Could it be that difficult. You made it seem difficult.
I didn'd ask for what the bookstores may recommend, but for the experts' fav in this friendly and helpful forum. Bookstores may try to sell you what they have. Common people, could it be that hard to remember what are your favorites. I suppose you are still using it now and then as references. Or perhaps you don't actually have any favorites or any references. They are all equally good and bad. :) :)
It feels like trying to squeeze out some state's secrets . :) :)
Obviously, Cas didn't have a ready answer. But she did promise to respond. Please try to be patient.Originally Posted by moonlite
Randolph Quirks's 'The Use of English' is still worth reading for an overview of ideas about the language.
Yes, I will try to be patient, as patience is one of the virtues. But I would think it would be very easy to name the favorites if one actually has them.
How are you doing ?? Do you still remember what are your favs. Please share. It should not be that strain of the memory.
"To be good is noble. To help others to be good is nobler"
Don't worry tdol as long as the favorites can be named, I will look at it. Thanks again.
Were these texts you used when you studied the subject or when you were teaching it. Again thanks for sharing your favourites so readily and effortlesly .