Central Asian Journal of Education


One of the main aspects of the language, which was subjected to intensive discussion for many еars, is the grammar of a foreign language. The attitude to grammar determined the specificity of a particular method, the principles and methods of teaching, what are the main approaches in teaching English grammar, what approaches are leading in the modern conditions of teaching English and what are the main methods they are realizing.

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