Fundamentals of English Grammar B (without Answer Key)

Fundamentals of English Grammar B (without Answer Key)

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Program Highlights Clear charts and explanations * Student-friendly grammar charts with clear information. * Examples accompanied by clear explanations. * Minimal grammar terminology for ease of understanding. In-depth grammar practice * Immediate application of grammatical forms and meanings. * A variety of exercise types including warm-up, comprehension, completion, reading, listening, interview, and writing. * Interactive pair and group work using target grammar. Comprehensive, corpus-informed grammar syllabus * The verb-tense system, modals, gerunds, and infinitives. * Nouns, articles, pronouns, and agreement. * Sentence patterns, clauses, connectives, and more. * Written forms, spelling, and punctuation; spoken forms and pronunciation.show more

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 202 x 250 x 12mm | 381.02g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 3rd Revised edition
  • 0130136522
  • 9780130136527
  • 1,442,472

Table of contents

CHAPTER 8 CONNECTING IDEAS 8-1 Connecting Ideas with and 8-2 Connecting Ideas with but and or 8-3 Connecting Ideas with so 8-4 Using Auxiliary Verbs after but and and 8-5 Using and + too, so, either, neither 8-6 Connecting Ideas with because 8-7 Connecting Ideas with even though / although CHAPTER 9 COMPARISON 9-1 Making Comparison with as ... as 9-2 Comparative and Superlative 9-3 Comparative and Superlative Forms of Adjectives and Adverbs 9-4 Completing a Comparative 9-5 Modifying Comparatives 9-6 Comparison with less ... than and not as ... as 9-7 Unclear Comparison 9-8 Using more with Nouns 9-9 Repeating a Comparison 9-10 Using Double Comparatives 9-11 Using Superlatives 9-12 Using the same, similar, different, like, and alike CHAPTER 10 THE PASSIVE 10-1 Active Sentences and Passive Sentences 10-2 Form of the Passive 10-3 transitive and Intransitive Verbs 10-4 Using the by-phrase 10-5 The Passive Forms of the Present and Past Progressive 10-6 The Passive Modal Auxiliaries 10-7 Using Past Participles as Adjectives (Stative Passive) 10-8 Participial Adjectives: -ed vs. -ing 10-9 Get + Adjective; get + Past Participle 10-10 Using be used / accustomed to and get used / get accustomed to 10-11 Used to vs. be used to 10-12 Using be supposed to CHAPTER 11 PASSIVE SENTENCES 11-1 A vs. an 11-2 Count and Non-Count Nouns 11-3 Non-Count Nouns 11-4 More Non-Count Nouns 11-5 Using several, a lot of, many / much, and a few / a little 11-6 Nouns That Can Be Count or Non-Count 11-7 Using Units of Measure with Non-Count Nouns 11-8 Guidelines for Article Usage 11-9 Using the or o with Names 11-10 Capitalization CHAPTER 12 ADJECTIVE CLAUSES 12-1 Adjective Clauses: Introduction 12-2 Using who and whom in Adjective Clauses 12-3 Using who, who(m), and that in Adjective Clauses 12-4 Using which and that in Adjective Clauses 12-5 Singular and Plural in Adjective Clauses 12-6 Using Prepositions in Adjective Clauses 12-7 Using whose in Adjective Clauses CHAPTER 13 GERUNDS AND INFINITIVES 13-1 Verb + Gerund 13-2 Go + -ing 13-3 Verb + Infinitive 13-4 Verb + Gerund or Infinitive 13-5 Preposition + Gerund 13-6 Using by and with to Express How Something Is Done 13-7 Using Gerunds as Subjects; Using it + Infinitive 13-8 It + Infinitive: Using for (Someone) 13-9 Expressing Purpose with in trder to and for 13-10 Using Infinitives with too and enough CHAPTER 14 NOUN CLAUSES 14-1 Noun Clauses: Introduction 14-2 Noun Clauses that Begin with a Question Word 14-3 Noun Clauses with who, what, whose + be 14-4 Noun Clauses that Begin with if or whether 14-5 Noun Clauses that Begin with that 14-6 Other Uses of that-Clauses 14-7 Substituting so for a that-Clause in Conversational Responses 14-8 Quoted Speech 14-9 Quoted Speech vs. Reported Speech 14-10 Verb Forms in Reported Speech 14-11 Common Reporting Verbs: Tell, ask, answer / reply Appendix 1 Phrasal Verbs A1-1 Phrasal Verbs: Introduction A1-2 Phrasal Verbs: Intransitive A1-3 Three-Word Phrasal Verbs A1-4 Phrasal Verbs: A Reference List Appendix 2 Preposition Combinations A2-1 Preposition Combinations: Introduction A2-2 Preposition Combinations: A Reference List Indexshow more

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