ISBN-10:
0133402746
ISBN-13:
9780133402742
Pub. Date:
04/24/1996
Publisher:
Pearson Education ESL
GrammarWork 4: English Exercises in Context / Edition 1

GrammarWork 4: English Exercises in Context / Edition 1

by Pamela Peterson Breyer

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Overview

GrammarWork 4: English Exercises in Context / Edition 1

GrammarWork, English Exercises in Context, Second Edition, by Pamela Peterson Breyer, is a four-level series of exercise books that feature structures tied to meaningful contexts. Self-contained, contextualized exercises are designed for written practice; "Make It Work" sections enable students to apply what they have learned to realistic situations. Perforated answer keys are included. GrammarWork 4 is for high-intermediate students.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780133402742
Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
Publication date: 04/24/1996
Series: Grammar Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 147
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

Nouns

-S vs. no —S with Countable Nouns

Countable and uncountable Nouns

Noun Comparisons with More, Less, and Fewer

Noun Comparisons with Less, The Least, Fewer, and The Fewest

Review: Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Articles

A vs. An

No Article vs. A and An

A vs. The

No Article vs. A or The

No Article vs. The with Expressions of Time and Place

No Article vs. The with Place Names

Review: Articles

Simple Present Tense

Affirmative Statements

Simple Past Tense

Regular and Irregular Past Tense Verbs

Irregular Past Tense Verbs

Past Form vs. Simple Form

Review: Regular and Irregular Past Tense Verbs

Future with Will

Negative and Affirmative Statements

Statements with After and When

Contrast: Present, Past, Future with Will

The Continuous Tenses

Present Continuous vs. Present

Present Continuous and Present with Future Intention

Past Continuous: Subject-Verb Agreement

Statements with When and While

Present Perfect Continuous: Affirmative Statements

Future Continuous: Affirmative Statements

Review: Present, Past, and Future Continuous

The Perfect Tenses

Present Perfect: Statements with Already and Yet

Present Perfect: Statements with Never

Present Perfect: Questions with Ever

Review: Present Perfect

Past Perfect: Affirmative Statements

Past Perfect: Negative Statements

Past Perfect: Statements with Already and Yet

Past Perfect: Statements with never

Future Perfect: Affirmative Statements

Review: Present, Past and Future Perfect

Contrast: Present perfect vs. Past

Contrast: Past Perfect vs. Past

Conditionals

Clauses After Hope

Clauses After Wish: Present Events

Review: Hope vs. Wish

Future Real Conditional

Present Unreal Conditional

Past Unreal Conditional

Clauses After Wish: Past Events

Review: Future, Present, and Past Conditionals

Modals and Idiomatic Modals

Should vs. Would Rather

Have To, Don’t Have To, and Must Not

Opportunity with Could Possibility with Could and Might

Past Advice with Should Have

Past Possibility with Could Have

Used To

Didn’t Use To

Be Used To

Contrast: Simple Form vs. Past Participle

Review: Modals and Idiomatic Modals

Passive Voice

Passive Present

Passive Present Continuous

Passive Past

Passive Future

Contrast: Passive Past vs. Past

Causatives: Have

Adjectives and Adverbs

Adjective Comparatives

Adjective Superlatives

Adverb Comparatives

Any, No, and the Pronoun None

Any, No, Never and Ever

Adjective vs. Adverb

Compound Sentences

Compound Subjects and Objects

Compound Sentences with And, But, and So

Clauses

Adverbial Clauses with Because and Although

Essential Adjective Clauses with Who

Essential Adjective Clauses with Which or That

Essential Adjective Clauses: Who vs. Which

Pronouns in Indirect Speech

Say vs. Tell

Indirect Speech: Infinitive Phrases from Imperatives

Indirect Speech: Noun Clauses from Statements

Indirect Speech: Noun Clauses from Yes-No Questions

Indirect Speech: Noun Clauses from Information Questions

Review: Indirect Speech: Noun Clauses from Questions

Pronouns

Indefinite Pronouns

Who’s vs. Whose

They’re, There, and the Possessive Adjective Their

Prepositions

Prepositions of Place and Direction

Prepositions of Time and Place

For, Since, and Ago

Verb + Preposition

Adjective + Preposition

Review: Prepositions

Verb Forms After Infinitives and Prepositions

Phrasal Verbs

Separable Two-Word Verbs

Review: Separable Two-Word Verbs

Separable and Inseparable Two- and Three-Word Verbs

Review: Phrasal Verbs

Appendix

Irregular Verbs

Uncountable Nouns

Answers to Exercises

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