Grammar Essentials: Graded Exercises in English

Grammar Essentials: Graded Exercises in English

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Over 100 grammar points and more than 2,000 practice activities, making this new edition the ideal grammar review companion for any course including reading, writing and listening/speaking, as well as integrated skills. Students of all abilities can practice and review the critical grammar skills they need to achieve fluency in English.show more

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  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 202 x 252 x 12mm | 399.17g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 3rd edition
  • 0131126962
  • 9780131126961
  • 506,800

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The new edition of "Grammar Essentials Graded Exercises in English," by Robert Dixson, has over 100 grammar points and more than 2,000 practice activities, making this book the ideal grammar review companion for any course including reading, writing, and listening/speaking, as well as integrated skills. Students of all abilities can practice and review the critical grammar skills they need to achieve fluency in English. Features Step-by-step presentation of grammar points follows the familiar scope and sequence of skills-based courses. New Quick Grammar Reference section includes clear charts and helpful summaries of "need to know" areas and common errors. Topic tabs on each page make relevant sections easy to read.show more

Table of contents

To be, Present TenseTo be, Negatives and QuestionsA, AnPlural NounsTo have, Present TenseSimple Present TensePossessive AdjectivesThere is, There are, AffirmativesThere is, There are, Negatives and QuestionsPossessive Form of NounsThis/That; These/ThoseObject PronounsImperative FormSimple Present Tense, NegativesSimple Present Tense, Yes-No QuestionsSimple Present Tense, Information QuestionsTo be, Past TenseTo be, Past Tense Negatives and QuestionsPast Tense, Regular VerbsPast Tense, Irregular VerbsPast Tense, NegativePast Tense, Yes-No QuestionsPast Tense, Information QuestionsReview of Past and Present Tense, Negatives and QuestionsReview of Past Tense, Regular and Irregular VerbsIndirect Object, PositionRelative Pronouns, Who/Whom, Which, and ThatFuture Tense, with WillFuture Tense, Negatives with WillFuture Tense, Questions with WillInfinitivesIt takesPresent Continuous TensePresent Continuous Tense, Negatives and QuestionsContractions, AffirmativeContractions, NegativeArticles, Indefinite and DefiniteGoing to, Future TenseGoing to, Past TensePresent Continuous Tense, Future TimeModal Auxiliaries, NegativesModal Auxiliaries, Yes-No QuestionsModal Auxiliaries, Information QuestionsShort AnswersAdjectives and AdverbsAdjectives and Adverbs, Good, WellAdjectives and Adverbs, Comparative FormAdjectives and Adverbs, Superlative FormPast Continuous TenseFuture Continuous TenseMuch, Many, A lot ofAlso, Too, EitherAny, SomeAnyone, SomeonePossessive PronounsReflexive PronounsPresent Perfect TensePresent Perfect Continuous TensePerfect Tenses, Negatives and QuestionsPerfect Tenses, Information QuestionsFor, SinceAlready, YetSay, TellPast Perfect TenseAs...As/So...AsSequence of TensesMayShould, Ought toHave to, MustHave to, Past, Future, and Present Perfect FormsHave to, Negatives and QuestionsHave to, Information QuestionsPrepositionsPassive VoicePassive Voice, Negatives and QuestionsSupposed toUsed toWould ratherHad betterTag EndingsIt, ThereGerundsGerunds and InfinitivesFuture Perfect TenseReview of Verb TensesAdverbs, PositionWord OrderStill, AnymoreDirect and Indirect SpeechIndirect Speech, QuestionsIndirect Speech, CommandsShould, Ought to, Past FormMust have, May haveConditional Sentences, Future PossibleConditional Sentences, Present UnrealConditional Sentences, Dependent ClausesConditional Sentences, Past UnrealPresent Tense, After If, When, Until, etc.WishToo, SoEither, NeitherAuxiliary VerbsNegative QuestionsSubject QuestionsCausative FormExclamationsEmphasisPosition of Prepositions, Informal UsagePunctuation, CommaPunctuation, Comma and Semicolon Special Usage NotesQuick Grammar ReferenceAnswer to Exercisesshow more

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