English Questions: Practice Drills In All Active Tenses

English Questions: Practice Drills In All Active Tenses

by J J Polk
English Questions: Practice Drills In All Active Tenses

English Questions: Practice Drills In All Active Tenses

by J J Polk
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Overview

The grammar and word order of English questions can be challenging for many language learners. English Questions: Practice Drills in All Active Tenses provides the student of English with extensive exercises in all the most common types of English questions. Written in an easy-to-use, easy-to-follow format with clear examples, this comprehensive book contains 2290+ sentence-to-question transformations through all active verb tenses, encompassing more than: - 500 Wh-questions (Who? What? When? Where? Why? How much? How many? How often? etc.) - 1000 Tag-questions-a key feature of spoken English - 500 Yes / No questions An accompanying skeletal chart at the end of the book highlights the grammatical form and syntax of each type of question in every active tense. The annotated answer key (sold separately) allows students to check their question forms against the most common usage patterns found in spoken English today. Developed for intermediate to pre-advanced students, English Questions: Practice Drills in All Active Tenses is an invaluable tool for non-native speakers of English. It's the only text you'll ever need to master English questions!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615944296
Publisher: Global Touchstones
Publication date: 05/23/2014
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.02(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

JJ POLK, PHD, completed his post-doctoral teaching credentials in the UK with an UCLES Diploma. A former CELTA tutor and IELTS examiner, Polk has lived and taught in Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East. He now lives in Los Angeles, California, where he teaches publication and dissertation writing to non-native speakers of English in graduate school programs at the University of Southern California. He is especially interested in interdisciplinary perspectives on pragmatics in communication.
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