Just Grammar Intermediate

Just Grammar Intermediate : For Class or Self-study

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"The Just Skills" series provides a flexible set of teaching materials for use individually or in any combination to form an integrated course. "The Just Skills" series, available at four levels, comprises Grammar, Vocabulary, Listening & Speaking, and Reading & Writing books. The corpus of the "Just Right" course has been used to create this set of skills books. The consistent methodological approach used throughout each book allows for them to be used easily together. These books are ideal for: skills lessons in the classroom; self-study; specialised skills-focused courses; one-to-one lessons; and, supplementing other course books.

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Product details

  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 214 x 274 x 6mm | 340g
  • Cengage Learning EMEA
  • Marshall Cavendish
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 86 colour illustrations, 13 colour photographs
  • 0462007138
  • 9780462007137
  • 1,147,888

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"An excellent set in all respects and highly recommended." IATEFL Issues

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About Hester Lott

Jeremy Harmer is an internationally-recognised authority on ELT, and a best-selling author of methodology and course books, which are widely used in over 40 countries.

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Table of contents

Unit 1: A The present (1): present simple; present continuous; B The present (2): questions and negatives; C Mixed practice: present simple; present continuous; Unit 2: A The past (1): past simple; past continuous; B The past (2): past perfect; C Mixed practice: past simple; past continuous; past perfect; Unit 3: A Quantifiers (1): quantifiers with countable nouns; B Quantifiers (2): quantifiers with uncountable nouns; C Mixed practice: quantifiers with countable and uncountable nouns; Unit 4: A Comparatives and superlatives (1): regular forms of comparatives and superlatives; B Comparatives and superlatives (2): irregular forms, and other ways of comparing; C Mixed practice: comparative and superlative adverbs and adjectives; Unit 5: A Present perfect: form and use - never, often, ever, etc.; B Present perfect continuous: form and use; C Mixed practice: present perfect simple and continuous; Unit 6: A The passive: form and general use; B Particular uses of the passive: passives used in technical and scientific writing; passive + by + agent; passive sentences with a direct and an indirect object; C Mixed practice: uses of the passive; Unit 7: A The future: present simple and present continuous as future; B The future: be going to + infinitive; will + infinitive; C Mixed practice: present simple and continuous; will and be going to; Unit 8: A Present modals (1): recommendation and obligation; B Present modals (2): possibility, ability, permission; C Mixed practice: present modals; Unit 9: Noun phrases: nouns with adjectives; nouns and prepositional phrases; B Describing nouns: nouns followed by present and past participles; C Mixed practice: nouns with adjectives, prepositional phrases, present participles, past participles; Unit 10: A Relative clauses (1): defining relative clauses; B Relative clauses (2): non-defining relative clauses; C Mixed practice: defining and non-defining relative clauses; Unit 11: A The past of modals (1): possibility, ability and certainty; B The past of modals (2): obligation and advisability; C Mixed practice: the past of modals; Unit 12: A Conditional sentences (1): first and zero conditionals; B Conditional sentences (2): second and third conditionals; C Mixed practice: zero, first, second and third conditionals; Unit 13: A Verb patterns (1): verb + ing form and verb + to + infinitive; B Verb patterns (2): verb + ing form or + to + infinitive; verb + that clause; C Mixed practice: verb patterns; Unit 14: A Direct and indirect speech: direct speech; indirect speech in the present and past; B Other indirect speech forms: asking, wondering and telling in indirect speech; C Mixed practice: direct and indirect speech; Answer Key; Index

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