Synopses & Reviews
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 the present perfect tense 2 the present perfect tense versus the simple present tense 3 the present perfect continuous tense 4 the present perfect tense versus the simple past tense 5 the present perfect tense with indefinite pas time 6 the present continuous tense with ongoing activities 7 the present perfect continuous tense with ongoing activities 8 the present perfect tense versus the present perfect continuous tense with no time 9 passive and active voice 10 the passive form with a performer 11 verbs using the active voice only 12 participles used as adjectives 13 participles used as adjectives to show feelings 14 the past present tense 15 the past perfect continuous tense 16 past perfect/ past perfect continuous tense versus present perfect/ present perfect continuous tense 17 the past continuous tense 18 comparison of past tenses 19 modals and related expressions 20 must not and not have to 21 comparing negative modals 22 making suggestions 23 exceptions with supposed to 24 possibilities with may, might, could 25 logical conclusions 26 modals with continuous verbs 27 modals in the past: have + past participle 28 past possibility 29 past necessity: had to versus must have 30 past mistakes 31 be supposed to in the past 32 past directions not taken 33 adjective clauses 34 relative pronoun as subject 35 relative pronoun as object 36 relative pronoun as object of preposition 37 where and when in adjective clauses 28 where, that, or which 39 whose + noun in adjective clauses 40 adjective clauses after indefinite compound pronouns 41 infinitives 42 verbs followed by an infinitive 43 object before an infinitive 44 causative verbs 45 adjective plus infinitive 46 gerunds 47 gerunds after prepositions and nouns 48 verbs followed by a gerund or an infinitive 49 gerund or infinite after a verb: differences in meaning 50 adverbial clauses 51 time 53 using the participle (ing form) after time words 53 reason and purpose 54 contrast 55 conditions 56 sentence connectors 57 so..that and such...that 58 nouns clauses 59 noun clauses after verbs and after adjectives 60 noun clauses to show importance 61 reported speech 62 say versus tell 63 reporting an imperative 64 reported questions 65 present unreal conditions 66 implied conditions 67 real versus unreal conditions 68 past unreal conditions 69 wishes and if only 70 wish for desired changes