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Blending communicative and interactive approaches with tried-and-true grammar teaching, "Basic English Grammar, " Third Edition, by Betty Schrampfer Azar and Stacy A. Hagen, offers concise, accurate, level-appropriate grammar information with an abundance of exercises, contexts, and classroom activities. New features of "Basic English Grammar," Third Edition: Increased speaking practice through interactive pair and group work. New structure-focused listening exercises. More activities that provide real communication opportunities. Added illustrations to help students learn vocabulary, understand contexts, and engage in communicative language tasks. New Workbook solely devoted to self-study exercises. New Audio CDs and listening script in the back of the Student Book. Student Book is available with or without Answer Key. Student Book and Workbook are available in split versions.
Table of Contents
|Preface to the Second Edition|
|Using Be and Have|
|Noun + is + Noun: Singular|
|Noun + are + Noun: Plural|
|Pronoun + be + Noun|
|Contractions with be|
|Negative with be|
|Be + Adjective|
|Be + a Location|
|Summary: Sentence Patterns with be|
|Yes/No Questions with be|
|Questions with be: Using where|
|Using have and has|
|Using my, your, his, her, our, their|
|Using this and that|
|Using these and those|
|Asking Questions with what and who + be|
|Expressing Present Time (Part 1)|
|Form and Basic Meaning of the Simple Present Tense|
|Using Frequency Adverbs: always, usually, often, sometimes, seldom, rarely, never|
|Using Frequency Adverbs with be|
|Pronunciation of Final -s: /z/ and /s/|
|Spelling and Pronunciation of Final -es|
|Adding Final -s/-es to Words that End in -y|
|Irregular Singular Verbs: has, does, goes|
|Summary: Spelling and Pronunciation of -s and -es|
|The Simple Present: Negative|
|The Simple Present: Yes/No Questions|
|The Simple Present: Asking information Questions with Where|
|The Simple Present: Asking information Questions with when and what time|
|Summary: information Questions with be and do|
|Using it to Talk about Time|
|Prepositions of Time|
|Using it to Talk about the Weather|
|Expressing Present Time (Part 2)|
|be + -ing: The Present Progressive Tense|
|Spelling of -ing|
|The Present Progressive: Questions|
|The Simple Present vs. the Present Progressive|
|Nonaction Verbs not used in the Present Progressive|
|See, look at, watch, hear, and listen to|
|Need and want + a Noun or an Infinitive|
|Would like vs. like|
|Think about and think that|
|There + be|
|There + be: Yes/No Questions|
|There + be: Asking Questions with how many|
|Prepositions of Location|
|Nouns and Pronouns|
|Nouns: Subjects and objects|
|Adjective + Noun|
|Subject Pronouns and object Pronouns|
|Nouns: Singular and Plural|
|Nouns: Irregular Plural Forms|
|Nouns: Count and Noncount|
|Using an vs. a|
|Using a / an vs. some|
|Measurements with Noncount Nouns|
|Using ø (No Article) to Make Generalizations|
|Using some and any|
|Indefinite Pronouns: something, someone, anything, anyone|
|Indefinite Pronouns: nothing and no one|
|Expressing Past Time|
|Using be: Past Time|
|Past of be: Negative|
|Past of be: Questions|
|The Simple Past Tense: Using -ed|
|Past Time Words: yesterday, last, and ago|
|Pronunciation of -ed: /t/, /d/, and /Yd/|
|Spelling of -ed: Verbs|
|Spelling of -ed: and ing: Two-Syllable Verbs|
|The Simple Past: Irregular Verbs|
|The Simple Past: Negative|
|The Simple Past: Yes/No Questions|
|More Irregular Verbs|
|The Simple Past: Using where, when, what time, and why|
|Questions with what|
|Questions with who|
|Asking about the Meaning of a Word|
|More Irregular Verbs|
|Before and after in Time Clauses|
|When in Time Clauses|
|The English Alphabet|
|Days of the Week and Months of the Year|
|Ways of Saying the Time|
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