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One is a de luxe edition, illustrated in full-colour, and the other is an ordinary edition without illustrations.
The material in the book has been further updated where called for. It has been felt necessary in particular to revise some material in the chapters dealing with adjectives, active and passive voice, articles and prepositions.
Appendix I, which deals with American English, has been expanded. Appendix II has been replaced with a newer set of tests covering the important areas of grammar. It was in the year that the shrewd visionary Mr.
Shyam Lai Gupta obtained the permission of Manecji Cooper Education Trust for the revision of this book and commissioned me to revise it thoroughly. The revised edition came out in and was well received.
One of the main features of the revised edition was the addition of a great deal of new material such as the three chapters on structures based on the new developments in the study of English structure and usage. Subsequently the book was revised every four or five years and most extensively in The Singapore curriculum English subject textbooks which are better than their Malaysian equivalents are a joke.
Not a week goes by where I don't find several headscratchers or out-and-out mistakes. They contain sentences with weird inflections "The inefficacy of their only solution has caused many neighbours to be resigned to their fates" , inconsistent mixes of UK and US English "she got" as well as "she had gotten" and errors "how many spoonful in this jug? I also think that part of the problem is that the Chinese language has no conjugations and very little complexity in the way of tenses.
As a result, the so-called "educators" who write the workbooks are really trying to impart knowledge about something that is, at best, their second or even third language, all overlaid with the basic Chinese simplicity regarding verbs and grammar.
It may sound racist, but if I had to choose one Asian race that is the most erudite in English, it would have to be the Indians. So when I saw the book and checked the credentials, I had to have it!
Quite simply, it is worth its weight in gold. Yes, even with an extensive revision in , a lot of the text is quaint and a little old-fashioned and the emphasis on "him" and "his" all the time does get tedious , but there's so much material there to work with that such objections pale next to the kind of solid, foundational textbook that you probably wish your child was learning right now!
As a writer, and with several English-language references at my fingertips, I was confident in the fact that I knew all the answers in the book. Take Subject-Predicate, for example.
The very first damned exercise asks the student to identify the Subject in the following: 1. The cackling of geese saved Rome.