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Dear hardworking students of the Noble Ghana Institute of Languages, in our collective desire, resolve and determination to have a more coordinated system of teaching and learning at the Institute, I announce, to the glory of the Almighty God and the benefit of Humankind, that this book is a giant step towards having a more standardized textbook in English Language for use by staff and students of English Language at the Institute. The book covers a large chunk of critical topics as spelt out in the official syllabus of the Institute: "GHANA INSTITUTE OF LANGUAGES, DRAFT SYLLABUS-25 MAY 2009".…mehr

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Dear hardworking students of the Noble Ghana Institute of Languages, in our collective desire, resolve and determination to have a more coordinated system of teaching and learning at the Institute, I announce, to the glory of the Almighty God and the benefit of Humankind, that this book is a giant step towards having a more standardized textbook in English Language for use by staff and students of English Language at the Institute. The book covers a large chunk of critical topics as spelt out in the official syllabus of the Institute: "GHANA INSTITUTE OF LANGUAGES, DRAFT SYLLABUS-25 MAY 2009". Given the organic nature of language and the resultant need to situate it all the time to suit the socio-economic needs of its users, I have chosen topics meticulously to meet contemporary needs of our students. This is done whilst maintaining a healthy balance of students' exposure to the Four Cardinal Skills of language: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. Whilst I unequivocally admit the non-exhaustive status of this book in lieu of all the topics outlined in the 2009 syllabus, I remain fulfilled in blazing the trail in this regard.
Autorenporträt
Bakuuro, Justine§JUSTINE BAKUURO is a Lecturer at the Department of English Language Studies of the Ghana Institute of Languages, Tamale Campus.His area of specialisation is English Syntax, though he is very versatile as far as research in English language studies is concerned (You may google his name to see publications).