The Grammar Builder series comprises five books for beginner to upper-intermediate level learners of British English. The books are designed to help learners master key concepts in English grammar easily and quickly. Students who need to take written exams as well as anyone who wishes to write well will find the books useful. Books 1 and 2 are intended for learners who need to acquire the basics of grammar. Books 3 to 5 are for learners who need to strengthen their proficiency in grammar and improve their written English. Key features of the books: ? a simple but effective three-step approach (error identification, correction, and practice) to help learners master English grammar ? examples of correct and incorrect usage show how slight differences in expression can result in grammatical errors ? suitable for use in the classroom and for self-study ? clear and concise explanations ? up to three pages of grammar practice in each unit ? carefully graded exercises with model answers ? tests to evaluate learner competence Contents UNIT 1.1 Verbs: base form 1.2 Verbs: with ?s? and sing? endings 1.3 Verbs: with ?ed? ending UNIT 2.1 Subject-verb agreement: the number of, a lot of, indefinite pronouns 2.2 Subject-verb agreement: abstract nouns, there + verb ?to be? 2.3 Subject-verb agreement adjectives as nouns, gerunds, units of measurement UNIT 3.1 Simple present and present continuous tenses 3.2 Simple past tense 3.3 Past continuous tense 3.4 Present perfect tense 3.5 Past perfect tense 3.6 Present and past perfect continuous tenses 3.7 Simple future and future continuous tenses 3.8 Future perfect and future perfect continuous tenses 3.9 Conditionals ? the present tense 3.10 Conditionals ? simple past and past perfect tenses UNIT 4.1 Active and passive voice: tense and agreement, verbs with two objects, the use of It 4.2 Active and passive voice: passive infinitive, passive + ?ing? form, adverbs 4.3 Active and passive voice: to have something done, complement of verb, instructions UNIT 5.1 Direct and indirect speech: positive and negative statements 5.2 Direct and indirect speech: positive and negative questions UNIT 6.1 Modals: positive statements, passive structure 6,2 Modals: negative statements, passive structure 6.3 Modals: positive and negative questions, passive structure UNIT 7.1 Prepositions 7.2 Prepositions UNIT 8 Subject and Predicate UNIT 9.1 Relative clauses: with who, which and that 9.2 Relative clauses: with whose 9.3 Relative clauses: after subjects of main clauses UNIT 10.1 Adverbial clauses: with because, as, since 10.2 Adverbial clauses: with although, though, even though, while 10.3 Adverbial clauses: with as, since, when, while 10.4 Adverbial clauses: with so that and so? that 10.5 Adverbial clauses: with if and should 10.6 Adverbial clauses: with as, as if, as though UNIT 11.1 Reported clauses: with that, whether, if 11.2 Reported clauses: with wh-words 11.3 Reported clauses: that-clauses with subjunctives 11.4 Reported clauses and conditional clauses: that-clauses with subjunctives and if-clauses UNIT 12.1 Adjectival phrases: with prepositions 12.2 Adjectival phrases: with present and past participles 12.3 Adjectival phrases: with adjectives UNIT 13.1 Adverbial phrases: with because of 13.2 Adverbial phrases: with in order to, so as to, to 13.3 Adverbial phrases: with present participles 13.4 Adverbial phrases: with after, before, when, while UNIT 14.1 Noun phrases: with infinitive (with and without to) and present participle 14.2 Noun phrases: as complements and objects of preposition 14.3 Noun phrases: as subjects UNIT 15.1 Sentence structure: joining two simple sentences with either. . . or and neither nor 15.2 Sentence structure: sentence adverbials (as a result, besides, moreover) 15.3 Sentence structure: sentence adverb ials (first / firstly, after that / next/t Printed Pages: 268. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: These books are especially useful for students taking written exams and anyone who needs to write well in English. Grammar Builder takes a simple but effective three-step approach (error identification, correction and practice) to help learners master English grammar. Real examples of correct usage and common mistakes made by learners introduce grammar items in each unit and show learners how subtle differences can result in grammatical errors.
Inhaltsangabe: Helps learners of British English master key concepts in grammar easily and quickly.
Titel: Grammar Builder 5 (South Asian Edition)
Verlag: Cambridge University Press
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