Advanced English Grammar is a single volume book that combines source grammar and practice exercises At the same time as explaining the rules of grammar and tackling seemingly contradictory rules. Since the book is for students of an advanced level, concise explanations are provided. It specializes in topics like grammar contrasts (whether to use ‘would’ or ‘used to’ in past tense construct) and grammar patterns (for example ‘will be going’), among others. The book also explores more than hundred units of grammar concepts and each unit is allocated two pages. At the same time as the left hand page is filled with grammar concepts with concise examples, the facing page comprises of practice exercises. This format has been followed to be sure that each point is brief but comprehensive. The book has been designed in the sort of way that it gives students freedom to make a choice what unit they need to practice. The order of the book does not wish to be strictly followed as this is a revision guide and each topic is complete and self contained. Therefore, a student can just begin from the middle of the book, concentrate on the unit she or he finds difficulty in. If a student gets stuck at a certain exercise, answer keys are provided at the end of the book. Also, there a grammar review section at the end, that deals with the grammar that students would have learnt in previous classes. The appendices maintain passive verb forms, irregular verbs, quotations and typical errors. Advanced English Grammar is a complete study and revision guide made for students studying advanced English and who wish to review and practice the lessons they have learnt. It was published by Cambridge University Press on 1st December, 2007 and is available in paperback.