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This course presents a brief account of English syntax based on The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language,[1] providing an overview of the main constructions and categories in the language. The present version is intended primarily for members of the English Teachers' Association of Queensland (ETAQ), offering an alternative approach to that presented in the 2007 volume of their journal Words`Worth by Lenore Ferguson under the title `Grammar at the Coalface' - in particular the articles `The structural basics' (March 2007) and `Functional elements in a clause' (June 2007). I make use of concepts discussed in my own Words'Worth paper `Aspects of grammar: functions, complements and inflection' (March 2008), and take over Functional Grammar's useful convention of distinguishing between functions and classes by using an initial capital letter for the former: thus Subject is the name of a function, noun phrase the name of a class

in this course the students will study about the concepts of assessing English language learning and be trained to construct test-items for English subject at secondary schools

This course concentrates on various types of writing skills in college writing.

Methodology in TESOL is a course that introduces the students

mata kuliah ini tentang genres of literature: poetry, Prose dan Drama