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Hi,
i know it's a hard question to find the answer, but i'm looking for a grammar book starting from the interemdiate level (FCE) passing through post-intermediate level (CAE) up to the advanced level (CPE).
I need because i have to begin a self-study course to get to the highest level possible...

Thank you Emotion: smile

Giorgio.
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Ciao Giorgio,
there are a lot of good ones.
I can only suggest this series of grammars published by Cambridge University Press. I read some of them and I found them pretty good. I read:

English Grammar in Use - Raymond Murphy

Advanced Grammar in Use - Martin Hewings
AnonymousI need because i have to begin a self-study course to get to the highest level possible...
In that case, you just need to get familiar with the most common aspects of grammar (a couple of grammar books should be enough), get familiar with the most common aspects of spoken English, and then learn through a lot of practice. Practice is what will take you to the highest level, grammar books will only give you the basics (since you can't trust grammar books completely, they are "biased").
Good luck. Emotion: smile
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Anonymousinteremdiate level (FCE) passing through post-intermediate level (CAE) up to the advanced level (CPE).
If you want to take any of those exams, unfortunately grammar is not enough. You also have to focus on reading (comprehension skills, cohesion, coherence, inference, reasoning ... ), writing (format depending on the type of task, style, register, effect on the target reader ...), listening (again, not only comprehension but also inference), and speaking skills (already mentioned by Kooyeen).
On top of that, you also need to get accustomed to the format of the exam. Each of the three exams you mentioned has its specific format. Although they are similar, each of them has its own type of tasks (for instance, an informal letter may appear in the FCE or CAE, but not in the CPE; 120-150 words is the length of a composition for the FCE; 300-350 that of a piece of writing for the CPE, etc.).

A minor point:Good luck, whichever of these you are going to sit for. They are all really demanding.
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Thank you Kooyeen,
i have been using "English Grammar In Use" for my university course, but it's too dispersive, not well organized. Even if you do all the exercises and study all the units, you won't remember a lot because of the fragmentation of informations in the units. And i think (but i'm not sure) it could be a problem of "Andvanced Grammar in Use" too.

I would some modular grammar book in which any subject is well and completely treated.

Maybe i'm asking too much.

On a P2P network i found "Longman English Grammar Pratice Interemdiate" book... i'm evaluating it but i think it's a good book containing what i'm looking for.

If you have any other suggestion, please reply!!! Emotion: smile

Thank you Emotion: smile
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