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Categories Added to Glossary

We have updated the main glossary page to inculde a categorised listing/directory of key grammar areas....

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If you can think of ways of grouping our glossary entries into new categories we would be very interested in hearing your suggestions. Simply post your ideas here.

I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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I like it!

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Do you like it now it's nearly finnished?
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And added Complex Prepositions.

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Quote Originally Posted by Red5


Do you like it now it's nearly finnished?
There is a lot there. I am going to have to give it a test drive some time soon. :wink:

By "nearly" do you mean the part that looks like something is covering over something else?

It looks pretty good. I am going to have to look through it thoroughly. Of course, I expect to be pleased with the results.

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Finished? It won't get there. It's the journey that matters.

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