Longman grammar of spoken and written English
Biber, Douglas et al. (1999)
An entirely new grammar of British and American English, from the language of conversation to academic textbooks.
The grammar reveals the differences between spoken and written English and all 6,000 examples are real and based on the extensive Longman Corpus Network language database.
It analyses the degree to which grammatical structures vary in conversation, fiction, newspapers or academic.
EN GRAM 2 (2 copies) Open access