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More Grammar Practice, Book 2 (01 - Old Edition)by Heinle and Heinle
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Used alone or in conjunction with any grammar, reading, writing, or listening/speaking course books, the second edition of the three-level series More Grammar Practice now has more to help students learn and review the essential grammar skills necessary for effective language learning. - Accessible two-page format keeps students' practice focused on one grammar point at a time. - Clear grammar charts present the target grammar structures with full-sentence explanations. - Language Notes engage students with real-world applications of the target grammar.
Used alone or in conjunction with your reading, writing, and listening/speaking course books, More Grammar Practice helps students learn and review the essential grammar skills to make language learning comprehensive and ongoing.
Table of Contents
1. Forms of the Simple Present Tense 2. Negative Statements with the Simple Present Tense 3. Questions with the Simple Present Tense 4. Uses of the Simple Present Tense 5. Frequency Words and Position of Frequency Words 6. Contrasting the Simple Present and the Present Continuous Tenses 7. Nonaction Verbs 8. Questions with the Simple Present and the Present Continuous Tenses 9. The Future Tense with Will 10. The Future Tense with Be Going To 11. Will versus Be Going To 12. Simple Past Tense of Regular Verbs 13. Simple Past Tense of Irregular Verbs 14. Negatives and Questions with the Simple Past Tense 15. Subject and Object Pronouns 16. Possessive Forms of Nouns 17. Questions with Whose 18. Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns 19. Questions about the Subject 20. Forms and Uses of Reflexive Pronouns 21. Noun Plurals 22. Using the Singular and Plural for Generalizations 23. Noncount Nouns 24. Quantities with Noncount Nouns 25. There + a Form of Be 26. Some, Any, A, No, A Little, A Few, and Several 27. A Lot of, Much, and Many 28. Adjectives 29. Noun Modifiers 30. Adverbs of Manner 31. Adjectives versus Adverbs 32. Too and Enough 33. Too and Very 34. For, In, During, By, and Ago 35. The Past Continuous Tense 36. Uses of the Past Continuous Tense 37. Was / Were Going To 38. Overview of Modals and Related Expressions 39. Statements and Questions with Modals 40. Must, Have To, Have Got To, and Be Supposed To 41. Can, Could, May, Be Able To, Be Permitted To, and Be Allowed To 42. Should and Had Better 43. Negatives of Modals and Related Expressions 44. Will, May, and Might 45. Using Modals for Politeness 46. Overview of the Present Perfect Tense 47. Statements and Questions with the Present Pefect Tense 48. Continuation from Past to Present Tense 49. The Simple Present versus the Present Perfect Tense 50. The Present Perfect Continuous Tense 51. The Present Perfect Tense with Indefinite Time in the Past 52. Overview of Gerunds 53. Overview of Infinitives 54. Infinitives as Subjects 55. Infinitives after Adjectives 56. Infinitives after Verbs 57. Gerunds or Infinitives after Verbs 58. Infinitives to Show Purpose 59. Overview of Adjective Clauses 60. Relative Pronouns as Subjects 61. Relative Pronouns as Objects 62. Comparative and Superlative Forms 63. Superlatives 64. Equality and Difference with Nouns and Adjectives 65. Overview of the Passive Voice 66. Forms and Tenses of the Passive Voice 67. Classifying or Identifying the Subject with the Indefinite Article 68. Introducing a Noun with the Indefinite Article 69. The Definite Article 70. Indefinite Pronouns
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