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Grammar in Context Book 3,9781413007480

Grammar in Context Book 3

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ISBN10:
1413007481
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Pub. Date:
4/4/2005
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

Students learn more, remember more, and use grammar more effectively when they learn language in context. GRAMMAR IN CONTEXT presents grammar in interesting, informative readings and then recycles the language and context throughout every activity. Learners gain knowledge and skills in both the grammar structures and topic areas.

Table of Contents

Lesson 1
1(56)
Grammar The Present Perfect; The Present Perfect Continuous
Context Jobs
An Overview
2(1)
Reading Job Resume and Cover Letter
2(17)
The Present Perfect Tense---Forms
5(1)
The Past Participle
6(3)
The Present Perfect---Contractions
9(1)
The Present Perfect---Question Formation
10(1)
Uses of the Present Perfect Tense---An Overview
11(2)
The Present Perfect with Continuation from Past to Present
13(2)
Negative Statements with Since, For, and In
15(1)
The Present Perfect vs. the Simple Present
16(3)
Reading Where Have All the Jobs Gone?
19(13)
The Present Perfect Continuous
20(5)
The Present Perfect vs. the Simple Past
25(2)
The Present Perfect with Repetition from Past to Present
27(3)
The Present Perfect vs. the Simple Past with Repetition
30(2)
Reading The Occupational Outlook Handbook
32(25)
The Present Perfect with Indefinite Past Time---An Overview
33(1)
Questions with Ever
34(4)
Yet, Already
38(3)
Questions with Lately and Recently
41(2)
The Present Perfect Continuous with Ongoing Activities
43(1)
The Present Perfect with No Time Mentioned
44(2)
The Present Perfect vs. the Present Perfect Continuous with No Time Mentioned
46(3)
Summary
49(1)
Editing Advice
50(2)
Test/Review
52(2)
Expansion Activities
54(3)
Lesson 2
57(40)
Grammar Passive Voice; Participles Used as Adjectives; Get + Participles and Adjectives
Context Hollywood
Passive Voice---An Overview
58(1)
Reading The Oscars
58(10)
The Passive Voice---Form
59(3)
The Passive and Active Voice---Uses
62(1)
The Passive Voice without an Agent
63(2)
The Passive Voice with an Agent
65(2)
Verbs with Two Objects
67(1)
Reading The History of Animation
68(9)
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
71(4)
The Passive with Get
75(1)
Participles Used as Adjectives
76(1)
Reading Charlie Chaplin
77(7)
Participles Used as Adjectives to Show Feelings
78(4)
Other Past Participles Used as Adjectives
82(2)
Reading Being Famous
84(13)
Past Participles and Other Adjectives with Get
86(2)
Summary
88(1)
Editing Advice
89(2)
Test/Review
91(3)
Expansion Activities
94(3)
Lesson 3
97(40)
Grammar The Past Continuous; The Past Perfect; The Past Perfect Continuous; Comparison of Past Tenses
Context Disasters and Tragedies
Overview of Past Tenses
98(1)
Reading The Columbia Tragedy
98(10)
The Past Continuous---Forms
100(2)
The Past Continuous Tense---Uses
102(2)
The Past Continuous or the Simple Past
104(4)
Reading The Titanic
108(10)
The Past Perfect Tense---Forms
110(2)
The Past Perfect---Use
112(3)
When with the Simple Past or the Past Perfect
115(3)
Reading Wildfires in Southern California
118(7)
The Past Perfect Continuous---Forms
118(2)
The Past Perfect Continuous---Uses
120(3)
The Past Perfect (Continuous) or the Present Perfect (Continuous)
123(2)
Reading Survivors of the Titanic
125(12)
Comparison of Past Tenses
126(4)
Summary
130(1)
Editing Advice
131(1)
Test/Review
132(3)
Expansion Activities
135(2)
Lesson 4
137(46)
Grammar Modals---Present and Future; Related Expressions
Context Consumer Warnings
Overview of Modals and Related Expressions
138(1)
Reading Sweepstakes or Scam?
139(11)
Possibilities---May, Might, Could
140(2)
Necessity and Urgency with Must, Have To, Have Got To
142(2)
Obligation with Must or Be Supposed To
144(2)
Advice with Should, Ought To, and Had Better
146(4)
Reading Telemarketing
150(12)
Permission and Prohibition
151(3)
Comparing Negative Modals
154(6)
Making Suggestions
160(2)
Reading Infomercials
162(4)
Expectations with Be Supposed To
163(3)
Reading My Elderly Neighbor
166(17)
Logical Conclusions
167(4)
Probability vs. Possibility in the Present
171(1)
Modals with Continuous Verbs
172(3)
Summary
175(1)
Editing Advice
176(1)
Test/Review
177(4)
Expansion Activities
181(2)
Lesson 5
183(40)
Grammar Modals in the Past
Context The Kennedys and History in the Making
Overview of Modals in the Past
184(1)
Reading The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy
184(8)
Past Probability (Deduction, Conclusion)
186(3)
Past Possibility
189(3)
Reading The Cuban Missile Crisis
192(5)
Past Direction Not Taken
193(4)
Reading John Kennedy, Jr.
197(6)
Past Mistakes
198(4)
Be Supposed To in the Past
202(1)
Reading The Media and Presidential Elections
203(20)
Must Have vs. Had To
205(2)
Could + Base Form vs. Could Have + Past Participle
207(2)
More on Couldn't Have
209(3)
Continuous Forms of Past Modals
212(1)
Summary
213(3)
Editing Advice
216(1)
Test/Review
216(5)
Expansion Activities
221(2)
Lesson 6
223(50)
Grammar Adjective Clauses; Descriptive Phrases
Context Computers and the Internet
Adjective Clauses---An Overview
224(1)
Reading Spam
224(12)
Relative Pronoun as Subject
226(3)
Relative Pronoun as Object
229(1)
Comparing Pronoun as Subject and Object
230(3)
Relative Pronoun as Object of Preposition
233(3)
Reading eBay
236(5)
Where and When in Adjective Clauses
237(2)
Where, When, That, or Which in Adjective Clauses
239(2)
Reading Handwritten Letters or E-mail?
241(9)
Whose + Noun in an Adjective Clause
243(2)
Adjective Clauses After Indefinite Pronouns
245(5)
Reading Creating the World Wide Web
250(23)
Nonessential Adjectives Clauses
252(2)
Essential vs. Nonessential Adjective Clauses
254(4)
Descriptive Phrases
258(5)
Summary
263(1)
Editing Advice
264(1)
Test/Review
265(4)
Expansion Activities
269(4)
Lesson 7
273(54)
Grammar Infinitives; Gerunds
Context Helping Others
Infinitives---An Overview
274(1)
Reading Andrew Carnegie, Philanthropist
274(7)
Verbs Followed by an Infinitive
276(3)
Object Before Infinitive
279(2)
Reading Charity and Volunteering
281(6)
Causative Verbs
283(2)
Adjective Plus Infinitive
285(2)
Reading Bicycling to Raise Money for AIDS
287(8)
Using the Infinitive to Show Purpose
288(2)
Infinitive as Subject
290(3)
Infinitive with Too and Enough
293(2)
Gerunds---An Overview
295(1)
Reading Helping Others Get an Education
295(14)
Gerund as Subject
296(2)
Gerund After Prepositions and Nouns
298(1)
Using the Correct Preposition
299(3)
Verbs Followed by Gerunds
302(2)
Verbs Followed by Gerund or Infinitive
304(1)
Infinitive and Gerund as Subject
305(1)
Gerund or Infinitive After a Verb: Differences in Meaning
306(3)
Reading Mimi's Bike Ride
309(4)
Used To / Be Used To / Get Used To
310(3)
Reading Global Volunteers
313(14)
Sense Perception Verbs
314(3)
Summary
317(2)
Editing Advice
319(2)
Test/Review
321(3)
Expansion Activities
324(3)
Lesson 8
327(44)
Grammar Adverbial Clauses and Phrases; Sentence Connectors; So / Such . . . That
Context Coming to America
Adverbial Clauses---An Overview
328(1)
Reading A Nation of Immigrants
328(6)
Reason and Purpose
330(4)
Reading New Immigrants: The Lost Boys of Sudan
334(7)
Time Expressions
336(4)
Using the --ing Form After Time Words
340(1)
Reading Slavery---An American Paradox
341(3)
Contrast
342(2)
Reading The Changing Face of America
344(6)
Condition
346(4)
Reading Adopting a Baby from Abroad
350(21)
Sentence Connectors
352(4)
So . . . That / Such . . . That
356(3)
Summary
359(2)
Editing Advice
361(1)
Test/Review
362(5)
Expansion Activities
367(4)
Lesson 9
371(52)
Grammar Noun Clauses After Verbs and Adjectives; Noun Clauses as Included Questions; Noun Clauses as Direct Quotes; Noun Clauses in Reported Speech
Context Caring for Children
Noun Clauses---An Overview
372(1)
Reading Bringing Up Baby
372(5)
Noun Clauses After Verbs and Adjectives
374(3)
Reading Pediatricians' Recommendations
377(2)
Noun Clauses After Expressions of Importance
378(1)
Reading Day Care
379(11)
Noun Clauses as Included Questions
381(6)
Question Words Followed by an Infinitive
387(3)
Reading Dr. Benjamin Spock
390(2)
Noun Clauses as Exact Quotes of Notable Words
391(1)
Reading A Folk Tale
392(12)
Exact Quotes in Telling a Story
393(1)
Noun Clauses as Reported Speech
394(1)
The Rule of Sequence of Tenses
395(2)
Say vs. Tell
397(3)
Exceptions to the Rule of Sequence of Tenses
400(1)
Reporting an Imperative
401(3)
Reading Being an Au Pair
404(19)
Noun Clauses as Reported Questions
406(4)
Noun Clauses After other Past Tense Verbs
410(4)
Summary
414(1)
Editing Advice
415(1)
Test/Review
416(4)
Expansion Activities
420(3)
Lesson 10
423(42)
Grammar Unreal Conditions---Present; Real Conditions vs. Unreal Conditions; Unreal Conditions---Past; Wishes
Context Science or Science Fiction?
Reading Time Travel
424(12)
Unreal Conditions---Present
426(9)
Implied Conditions
435(1)
Reading Traveling to Mars
436(5)
Real Conditions vs. Unreal Conditions
438(3)
Reading Life 100 Years Ago
441(7)
Unreal Conditions---Past
442(2)
Mixed Tenses in Condition Statements
444(4)
Reading Science or Wishful Thinking?
448(17)
Wishes
450(4)
Wishing for a Desired Change
454(5)
Summary
459(1)
Editing Advice
460(1)
Test/Review
461(4)
Expansion Activities
465


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