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Essential English Grammar. Improve Your Written and Spoken English - Kirkpatrick, Betty

Websters Word Power

Editura GEDDES AND GROSSE

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Essential English Grammar. Improve Your Written and Spoken English

Essential English Grammar. Improve Your Written and Spoken English

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Descriere - Essential English Grammar. Improve Your Written and Spoken English

Websters Word Power

Painfree Better English Grammar aims to help you improve your written and spoken English through understanding the structure of the English language.

This is a thorough, useful book with all parts of speech and grammar and using the exercises and answers will help you to feel more confident.

Used by ELT self-study students.Don't let the thought of reading and writing in English fill you with horror, this accessible book is a pain-free route to writing comprehensibly and confidently.

CONTENTS


BETTER ENGLISH GRAMMAR
GRAMMAR
THE SENTENCE AND THE PARAGRAPH
The sentence
Minor sentences
Major sentences
Subject and predicate

    Subject

    Predicate

Object

    Direct object

    Indirect object

Complement
Punctuation of sentences
Types of sentence

    Statements

    Negative sentences

    Questions

    Yes-no questions

    Tag questions

    Wh-questions

    Alternative questions

    Exclamatory questions

    Rhetorical questions

    Question by tone of voice

    Directives

    Exclamations

Kinds of sentence

    Simple sentences

    Multiple sentences

    Compound sentences

    Complex sentences

The paragraph
EXERCISES 1
ANSWERS 1
CLAUSES, PHRASES AND PHRASAL VERBS
Clauses

    Main clause

    Punctuation and main clauses

    Subordinate clause

    Adverbial clause

    Types of adverbial clause

    adverbial clause of time

    adverbial clause of place

    adverbial clause of purpose

    adverbial clause of reason

    adverbial clause of result

    adverbial clause of condition

    adverbial clause of manner

    adverbial clause of concession

    Comparative clause

    Relative clause

    Types of relative clause

    Defining relative clause

    Non-defining relative clause

    Punctuation in relative clauses

    Prepositions in relative clauses

    Noun clause or nominal clause

    Comment clause

Phrases

    Noun phrase

    Adjective phrase

    Adverb phrase

    Preposition phrase

    Participial phrase

Phrasal verbs

    Position of object in phrasal verbs

EXERCISES 2
ANSWERS 2
PARTS of Speech I
Main parts of speech
Nouns

    Common and proper nouns

    Concrete and abstract nouns

    Countable and uncountable nouns

    Verbal noun

    Collective nouns

    Singular and plural forms of nouns

    Regular singular forms of nouns

    Regular plural forms of nouns

    Irregular plural forms of nouns

    Foreign plural forms of nouns

    Unchanging plural form

    Nouns used only in the plural form

    Gender of nouns

    Dual gender

    Feminine forms

    Person in compound nouns

    Compound nouns

    Plural forms of compound nouns

    Nouns and noun phrases in apposition

Pronouns

    Personal pronouns

    I and we: the first person personal pronoun

    You: the second person personal pronoun

    He, she, it and they: the third person personal pronoun

    Possessive pronouns

    Reflexive pronouns

    Reciprocal pronouns

    Demonstrative pronouns

    Indefinite pronouns

    Distributive pronouns

    Interrogative pronouns

    Relative pronouns

EXERCISES 3
ANSWERS 3
PARTS OF SPEECH II
Adjectives

    Gradable and non-gradable adjectives

    Position of adjectives

    Attributive adjectives

    Predicative adjectives

    Post-modifiers

    Qualitative adjectives

    Classifying adjectives

    Colour adjectives

    Number adjectives

    Emphatic adjectives

    Interrogative adjectives

    Demonstrative adjectives

    Possessive adjectives

    Compound adjectives

    Order of adjectives

    Adjectives used as nouns

    Adjective or adverb?

    Comparative forms of adjectives

    Comparative and number of syllables

    Irregular comparatives

    No comparative form

    Superlative forms

    Irregular superlatives

    No superlative form

Determiners

    Types of determiner

    Definite and indefinite articles

    Definite article

    Indefinite article

    Demonstrative determiners

    Possessive determiners

    Indefinite determiners

    Number determiners

EXERCISES 4
ANSWERS 4
PARTS OF SPEECH III
Verbs

    Regular verbs

    Irregular verbs

    Categories of irregular verbs

Tense

    Present tense

    Simple present tense

    Continuous present tense

    Past tense

    Simple past tense

    Continuous past tense

    Perfect tense

    Continuous present perfect tense

    Past perfect tense

    Future tense

    Traditional grammar

    Modern usage

    Other ways of referring to the future

Mood

    Indicative mood

    Imperative mood

    Subjunctive mood

Voice

    Active voice

    Passive voice

Transitive verb and intransitive verb
Linking verb
Auxiliary verb
Modal auxiliary verb
Concord
Parts of a verb

    Infinitive

    Participles

    Present participle

    Past participle

EXERCISES 5
ANSWERS 5
PARTS OF SPEECH IV
Adverbs

    Types of adverb

    Adverbs of time

    Adverbs of frequency

    Adverbs of duration

    Adverbs of place

    Adverbs of manner

    Adverbs of degree

    Adverbs of emphasis

    Interrogative adverbs

Prepositions

    Simple prepositions

    Complex prepositions

Conjunctions

    Coordinating conjunctions

    Subordinating conjunctions

    Subordinating conjunctions introducing adverbial clauses

EXERCISES 6
ANSWERS 6
PUNCTUATION
THE IMPORTANCE OF PUNCTUATION
Full stop

    The full stop and abbreviations

    The full stop in email and website addresses

Question mark
Exclamation mark
Capital letter
EXERCISES 7
ANSWERS 7
Comma

    The comma as separating device in lists

    The comma as a separating device in a list of adjectives

    Commas and relative clauses

    Commas and subordinate clauses

    The comma as a separating device in clauses joined by coordinating conjunctions

    The comma as separating device with initial phrases

    The comma with terms of address

    The comma with question tags

    The comma with interjections

    The comma used in pairs as a means of separation or parenthesis

    The comma with nouns or phrases in apposition

    The comma and numbers

EXERCISES 8
ANSWERS 8
Brackets
Dash
Semicolon

    The semicolon as a link

    The semicolon as a separation device in lists

    The semicolon as separation device in lists of word groups already containing commas

    The semicolon as a separation device before certain adverbs

Colon

    The colon as a separating device in a two-part sentence

    The colon as a linking device or introduction

EXERCISES 9
ANSWERS 9
Hyphen

    The hyphen in word-breaks

EXERCISES 10
ANSWERS 10
Quotation marks

    Quotation marks and direct speech

    Quotation marks and paragraphs

    Quotation marks and dialogue

    Other uses of quotation marks

    Quotation marks and titles

    Quotation marks and a direct quotation

EXERCISES 11
ANSWERS 11
Other punctuation marks

    Apostrophe

    Asterisk

    Three-dot ellipsis

    Oblique

EXERCISES 12
ANSWERS 12
DEVELOPING YOUR OWN STYLE
STYLE
Sentence style

    Sentence length

    The middle way

    Sentence structure

    Compound sentences

    Complex sentences

Vocabulary

    Active and passive vocabulary

    Increasing your word power

    Dictionaries and thesauruses

Register
Keep it simple
Adding variety
EXERCISES 13
ANSWERS 13
EXERCISES 14
ANSWERS 14
WORDS THAT MAY CONFUSE
IDIOMS, CLICHÉS AND EVERYDAY PHRASES
Common idioms
Clichés
Everyday phrases
Homophones
Homonyms
Homographs and heteronyms


For ages 12-17
Format Paperback | 256 pages
Dimensions 124 x 193 x 23mm | 250g
Publication date 01 May 2014
Publisher The Gresham Publishing Co. Ltd
Imprint Geddes & Grosset
Publication City/Country Glasgow, United Kingdom
Language English
ISBN10 1842057588
ISBN13 9781842057582
  

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