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Sport and the English, 1918-1939: Between the Wars (Modern Grammar Workbooks) [Paperback]

Mike Huggins , Jack Williams

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16 Dec 2005 Modern Grammar Workbooks

Containing original exercises and language tasks for all learners of Japanese the book is divided into two sections. These cover essential grammatical structures and their everyday use in making introductions, apologizing and expressing needs.

The main features include:

  • use of kanji, kana, transliteration and English translations throughout
  • exercises graded on a three-point scale according to their level of difficulty
  • cross-referenced exercises to Modern Japanese Grammar
  • a comprehensive answer key
  • an accompanying website with supplementary exercises
  • topical activities to develop vocabulary.

Modern Japanese Grammar Workbook is ideal for all learners of Japanese from beginner and intermediate to advanced students. It can be used both independently and alongside the Modern Japanese Grammar.


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Mike Huggins is an Emeritus Professor of Cultural History at the University of Cumbria, and has published widely on the history of leisure and sport in Britain.
Mike is on the editorial consultancy panel for four separate sports history journals, is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a Fellow of the European Council for Sport History, the Chair of the North American Society of Sport History Book Prize awarding panel, and won the International Society for Sport History and Physical Education Award in 2009 for 'outstanding scientific contribution to the history of sport'. He has lectured widely across Europe and the United States. He has appeared regularly in the media.
He didn't start off in sports history. In his youth he preferred music and sport to academic work, but later trained as a primary teacher at Nevilles Cross College in Durham. a women's training college just going co-educational, and taking a teaching certificate. Whilst teaching and playing music in the clubs of north-east England he did an Open University degree, getting one of the first First Class Honours in the north of England. After twenty years of teaching young children he moved first to teacher training, and leading the post-graduate route to teaching at Lsncaster University, and then into OFSTED. But his early love of sport led him to take a part time Ph.D. in sport history, and then leave inspection for a lecturing post at the University of Cumbria, where he rapidly built a reputation as an international expert.

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St Martin's College, Lancaster, UK Formerly of Liverpool John Moores University, UK

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