More Grammar Practice 1

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2000-11-20
  • Publisher: Heinle ELT
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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 and Uses of Be
2. Subject Pronouns
3. Contractions with Be
4. Be with Location and Origin
5. This, That, These, and Those
6. Negative Statements with Be
7. Be in Yes/No Questions and Short Answers
8. Wh-Questions
9. Forms and Uses of the Simple Present Tense
10. Negative Statements with the Simple Present Tense
11. Yes/No Questions and Short Answers with the Simple Present Tense
12. Comparing Yes/No Questions with Be and Other Verbs
13. Wh-Questions with the Simple Present Tense
14. Wh-Questions with Prepositions
15. Regular Noun Plurals
16. Irregular Noun Plurals
17. Using There + Be
18. Questions with There
19. Articles and Quantity Words
20. Frequency Words with the Simple Present Tense, and the Position of Frequency Words
21. Yes/No Questions with Ever
22. Frequency Expression and Questions of How Often
23. Prepositions of Time
24. Possessive Forms of Nouns
25. Possessive Adjectives
26. Possessive Pronouns
27. The Subject and the Object
28. Object Pronouns
29. Questions about the Subject or about the Complement
30. Forms and Uses of the Present Continuous Tense
31. Spelling of the -ing Form
32. Questions with the Present Continuous Tense
33. Contrast Between the Present Continuous and Simple Present Tenses
34. Future Tense with Will
35. Future Tense with Be Going to
36. Uses of Will and Be Going To
37. Questions with Be Going to and Will
38. Future Tense + Time / If Clauses
39. Simple Past Tense of Regular Verbs
40. Forms and Uses of the Past Tense of Be
41. Questions with Was and Were
42. Simple Past Tense of Irregular Verbs
43. Negative Forms of Past Tense Verbs
44. Questions with Past Tense Verbs
45. Using Imperatives
46. Verbs Followed by an Infinitive
47. It + Be + Adjective + Infinitive / Be + Adjective + Infinitive
48. Using the Infinitive to Show Purpose
49. Overview of Modals
50. Can and Should
51. Must, and Must versus Have To
52. Might, May, and Will
53. Polite Commands and Requests using Modals
54. Noncount Nouns
55. A Lot of, Much and Many
56. A Few, A Little, Some, Any, A, and An
57. Adjectives
58. Noun Modifiers
59. Adverbs of Manner
60. Spelling of -ly Adverbs
61. Uses and Forms of Too versus Very and Enough
62. Comparatives and Superlatives
63. Comparative and Superlative Forms of Adjectives and Adverbs
64. Superlatives and Word Order
65. Comparisons
66. Comparisons and Word Order
67. Auxiliary Verbs with Too and Either
68. Auxiliary Verbs with Opposite Statements
69. Auxiliary Verbs in Tag Questions
70. Answering a Tag Question

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