Focus on Grammar: An Intermediate Course for Reference and Practice

Focus on Grammar: An Intermediate Course for Reference and Practice

by Marjorie Fuchs

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Overview

Focus on Grammar: An Intermediate Course for Reference and Practice by Marjorie Fuchs

Clear, communicative, and teachable, this intermediate text in the innovative Focus on Grammer series presents English grammer through lively listening, speaking, reading, and writing activities. Focus on Grammer provides enough context, practice, and application to make any classroom come alive.

Focus on Grammer features:

  • true communicative practice
  • extensive exercises for self-study
  • clear visual presentation of grammer
  • concise and accurate grammer explanations
  • a comprehensive testing program

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780201764994
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Publication date: 08/01/1994
Edition description: WORKBOOK
Pages: 96

Table of Contents

Part I Present 1(18)
Present Progressive
1(6)
Simple Present Tense
7(6)
Contrast: Simple Present Tense and Present Progressive
13(2)
Imperative
15(3)
Part II Past 18(16)
Simple Past Tense
18(6)
Used to
24(3)
Past Progressive and Simple Past Tense
27(4)
Wh-Questions: Subject and Predicate
31(3)
Part III Future 34(11)
Future
34(7)
Future Time Clauses
41(4)
Part IV Present Perfect 45(19)
Present Perfect: For and Since
45(4)
Present Perfect: Already and Yet
49(3)
Present Perfect: Indefinite Past
52(3)
Contrast: Present Perfect and Simple Past Tense
55(4)
Present Perfect Progressive
59(2)
Contrast: Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive
61(3)
Part V Adjectives and Adverbs 64(19)
Adjectives and Adverbs
64(4)
Adjectives: Equatives and Comparatives
68(7)
Adjectives: Superlatives
75(3)
Adverbs: Equatives, Comparatives, Superlatives
78(5)
Part VI Gerunds and Infinitives 83(20)
Gerunds: Subject and Object
83(4)
Gerunds after Prepositions
87(3)
Infinitives after Certain Verbs
90(3)
Infinitive of Purpose
93(3)
Infinitives with Too and Enough
96(3)
Contrast: Gerunds and Infinitives
99(4)
Part VII Modals and Related Verbs and Expressions 103(44)
Ability: Can, Could, Be able to
103(7)
Permission: May, Could, Can, Do you mind if...?
110(3)
Requests: Will, Would, Could, Can, Would you mind...?
113(4)
Advice: Should, Ought to, Had better
117(4)
Suggestions: Let's, How about...?, Why don't...?, Why not...?
121(4)
Preferences: Prefer, Would prefer, Would rather
125(4)
Necessity: Must, Have (got) to, Can't, Must not, Don't have to
129(5)
Expectations: Be supposed to
134(4)
Future Possibility: May, Might, Could
138(4)
Assumptions: May, Might, Could, Must, Have to, Have got to, Can't
142(5)
Part VIII Nouns and Articles 147(7)
Nouns and Quantifiers
147(4)
Articles: Definite and Indefinite
151(3)
Answer Key 154(53)
Tests
Units 1--4
169(4)
Units 5--8
173(5)
Units 9--10
178(5)
Units 11--16
183(5)
Units 17--20
188(5)
Units 21--26
193(4)
Units 27--36
197(5)
Units 37--38
202(5)
Answer Key for Tests 207

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