Grammar To Go, Level 3

Grammar To Go, Level 3

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Grammar to Go 3, 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 3 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 | 116 pages
  • 198.1 x 248.9 x 7.6mm | 249.48g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0131182854
  • 9780131182851
  • 2,032,978

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Grammar to Go 3 offers beginning students focused, streamlined practice of the fundamentals of English grammar. With its classic present-and-practice format, Grammar to Go 3 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 tenseTo be: Present tense: negative and question formsTo be: Past tenseTo be: Past tense: negative and question formsPresent continuous tensePresent continuous tense: Negative and question formsPast continuous tenseFuture continuous tenseSimple present tenseSimple present tense: Negative formSimple present tense: Question formRegular verbs: Past tenseIrregular verbs: Past tensePast tense: Negative formPast tense: Question formFuture tenseFuture tense: Negative formFuture tense: Question formGoing to Going to:Negative and question formsPresent perfect tensePresent perfect tense: Negative and question formsPresent perfect continuous tensePast perfect tensePast perfect continuous tenseFuture perfect tenseVerb tenses: ReviewNegative form: ReviewQuestion form: Review 1Question form: Review 2ContractionsShort answersTag questionsInfinitives: Continuous and perfect formsSimple form of the verbPassive voice 1Passive voice 2Passive voice: Continuous formPassive voice: Modal auxiliariesPassive voice: Negative formPassive voice: Question formSequence of tensesDirect and indirect speechIndirect speech: QuestionsIndirect speech: CommandsCausative formExclamatory formEmphatic formSoExpressions of agreement: So, indeed, of course, naturallyAbbreviated clauses: With too and soAbbreviated clauses: With either and neitherSupposed toUsed toTo be used toHad betterWould ratherShould after ifDifficult verbs: Raise, rise, set, sitDifficult verbs: Lay, lieParticiple adjectivesParticiples: In modifying phrasesGerunds 1Gerunds 2Gerunds 3Despite, in spite ofBecause, althoughSo...that, such...thatOneAdjective form of nounsNoun form of adjectivesNoun form of verbsVocabulary practice: Opposites from prefixesNoun SuffixesUntil, as far asAdverbs: Of time and frequencyStill, anymoreElseQuestion words with everExpressions of quantityFew, LittleGeneral reviewPosition of prepositions 1Position of prepositions 2Special difficulties 1Special difficulties 2Special difficulties 3ArticlesPunctuation: Commas 1Punctuation: Commas 2Punctuation: Commas 3Punctuation: Commas and semicolonsPunctuation: ReviewSpelling rulesAppendix: Grammar SummaryAnswer Keyshow more