Grammar to Go, Level 1

Grammar to Go, Level 1 : English Grammar Practice

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Grammar to Go 1, by Robert J. Dixson, offers beginning students focused, streamlined practice of the fundamentals of English grammar. With its classic present-and-practice format, Grammar to Go 1 is the perfect self-study workbook, course supplement, or handy reference. The book offers clear explanations and examples of the key structures of English grammar, a two-column exercise format for easy grading, and a Grammar Summary section for quick grammar reference.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 145 pages
  • 200 x 252 x 6mm | 258.55g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0131182838
  • 9780131182837
  • 1,996,450

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Grammar to Go 1 offers beginning students focused, streamlined practice of the fundamentals of English grammar. With its classic present-and-practice format, Grammar to Go 1 is the perfect self-study workbook, course supplement, or handy reference. Features Clear explanations and examples of the key structures of English grammar Focused practice of each grammar structure Two-column exercise format for easy grading Grammar Summary section for quick grammar reference Answer Key in the back of the book--perforated for easy removalshow more

Table of contents

To be: Present tense 1 To be: Present tense 2 To be: Negative form To be: Question form Simple present tense 1 Simple present tense 2 Simple present tense 3 Plural of nouns 1 Plural of nouns 2 Possessive adjectives There is, there are There is, there are: Negative form There is, there are: Question form A, an This, that/these, those General review 1 Imperative form Object pronouns 1 Object pronouns 2 Vocabulary review: Days, months, seasons To be: past tense Regular verbs: Past tense 1 Regular verbs: Past tense 2 Pronunciation of ed 1 Irregular verbs: Past tense 1 Vocabulary practice: Opposites 1 Prepositions 1 General review 2 Past tense: Review 1 Past tense: Review 2 Modal auxiliaries: Negative form Modal auxiliaries: Question form Simple present tense: Negative form Simple present tense: Question form 1 Simple present tense: Question form 2 To be: Past tense, negative form To be: Past tense, question form Past tense: Negative form Past tense: Question form 1 Past tense: Question form 2 Prepositions 2 Irregular verbs: Past tense 2 General review 3 Pronunciation of s Vocabulary review: Opposites 2 Personal pronouns: Review Plural of nouns: Review Future tense with will Future tense with will: Contractions Future tense with will: Negative form Future tense with will: Question form 1 Future tense with will: Question form 2 To be: Review: Present and past To be: Review: Negative form To be: Review: Question form Present, past, future: Review Present, past, future: Review: Negative form Present, past, future: Review: Question form Adjectives and adverbs Good, well How much, How many No, not Irregular verbs: Past tense 3 Prepositions 3 General review 4 Present continuous tense 1 Present continuous tense 2 Present continuous tense 3 Present continuous tense 4 Present continuous tense: Negative form Present continuous tense: Question form 1 Present continuous tense: Question form 2 Future tense with going to Short answers Articles Irregular verbs: Past tense 4 Relative pronouns: Who, which Adjectives: Comparative form Adverbs: Comparative form Adjectives: Superlative form Spelling rules: Comparative and superlative Past tense: Review 3 Prepositions 4 General review 5 Some, any Someone, anyone Vocabulary practice: Opposites 3 Silent letters; Pronunciation Irregular verbs: Past tense 5 Very, too Pronunciation of ed 2 Contractions 1 Contractions 2 General review 6 Ordinal numbers 1 Ordinal numbers 2 Negative form: Review Question form: Review Word stress Verbs: Regular and irregular Abbreviations Prepositions 5 General review 7 Possessive pronouns Reflexive pronouns 1 Reflexive pronouns 2 Present perfect tense 1 Present perfect tense 2 Present perfect tense: Negative form Present perfect tense: Question form 1 Present perfect tense: Question form 2 Contractions 3 Prepositions 6 Capital letters Punctuation: Commas Punctuation: Direct quotations Say, tell Verb forms: Review Negative form: Review Question form: Review Indirect object position Vocabulary review: Opposites 4 Nouns and verbs: Words used as nouns and verbs Noun and verb forms Idiomatic expression Appendix: Grammar summary Answer Keyshow more