A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish is a comprehensive, cohesive and clear guide to the forms and structures of Spanish as it is written and spoken today in Spain and Latin-America. It includes clear descriptions of all the main grammatical phenomena of Spanish, and their use, illustrated by numerous examples of contemporary Spanish, both Peninsular and Latin-American, formal and informal. Fully revised and updated, the sixth edition is even more relevant to students and teachers of Spanish.
The sixth edition includes:
new chapters, providing more detail and examples of key areas of Spanish grammar;
an increased number of Mexican examples to reflect the growing interest in this country's variety of Spanish;
new information for readers studying Spanish and French together;
a glossary of grammatical terms including English translations of Spanish terms.
The combination of reference grammar and manual of current usage is invaluable for learners at level B2-C2 of the Common European Framework for Languages, and Intermediate High-Advanced High on the ACTFL proficiency scales.