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Developing Grammar in Context

  


Author(s):  Mark Nettle    Diana Hopkins  
Publisher:   Cambridge
ISBN: 9780521627122



1 Learning Grammar
 

2 The present simple
 

3 The present continuous
 

4 The past simple
 

5 The past continuous and the past simple
 

6 Used to and would
 

7 The present perfect simple
 

8 The present perfect continuous
 

9 The past perfect
 

10 Going to and will
 

11 Present tenses for the future
 

12 Future continuous and future perfect
 

13 Word order
 

14 The imperative and instructions
 

15 Do and other auxiliaries for emphasis
 

16 Features of spoken English
 

17 Question forms 1 : basic questions
 

18 Question forms 2 : tags and indirect questions
 

19 Reported speech 1: say. tell and ask
 

20 Reported speech 2: reporting verbs
 

21 Defining relative clauses
 

22 Non-defining relative clauses
 

23 Verbs followed by infinitive or -ing
 

24 First, second and zero conditionals
 

25 Third conditional, wishes and regrets
 

26 The passive
 

27 Verbs confused with the passive
 

28 Get / have something done
 

29 Be / get used to
 

30 Articles 1: general introduction
 

31: Articles 2: special uses
 

32 Personal, possessive and reflexive pronouns
 

33 Possessives and demonstratives
 

24 Countable and uncountable nouns; quantity
 

35 Adjectives and adverbs
 

36 Order of adjectives
 

37 -ed and -ing adjectives
 

38 Too, very, enough, so and such
 

39 Requests, permission and offers
 

40 Suggestions and advice
 

41 Ability
 

42 Frequency expressions; tend to
 

43 Ways of comparing 1
 

44 Ways of comparing 2
 

45 Describing with look and ike
 

46 Similarities and differences : so and neither
 

47 Possibility in the present
 

48 Possibility in the past
 

49 Present obligation and necessity
 

50 Past and future obligation and necessity
 

24 First, second and zero conditionals

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conditionals - second
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