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Collins work on your grammar, Upper Intermediate B2

Label
Collins work on your grammar, Upper Intermediate B2
Title
Collins work on your grammar
Title part
Upper Intermediate B2
Title variation
  • Work on your grammar
  • Grammar
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Hundreds of exercises to get you to the next level Collins Work on your Grammar - Upper Intermediate (B2) is a new practice book that covers the key grammar points needed by learners of English at Upper Intermediate level (CEF level B2). This book is an essential resource for learners who want to improve their English grammar. Each of the 30 units presents a different area of grammar using clear language and examples. This is followed by practice exercises to ensure the learner will remember and be able to use what they have learnt with confidence in their written and spoken English
Member of
Cataloging source
UKMGB
Dewey number
428.24
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Intended audience
Upper intermediate (B2), CEF level B2, Suitable for self-study and classroom use
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Work on your grammar
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English language
  • English language
  • English language
Target audience
adult
Label
Collins work on your grammar, Upper Intermediate B2
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Powered by Cobuild" -- cover
  • "Over 200 exercises to improve your English grammar" -- Cover
  • Includes an answer key
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • still image
  • text
Content type code
  • sti
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: I want to improve my grammar -- I'm a teacher: how can I use this book with my classes? -- Lesson plan -- 1.Compound nouns -- Nouns made out of two different nouns -- 2.Countable and uncountable nouns -- 3.Adjectives as nouns -- 4.Adjectives + to-infinitive -- Using adjectives with linking verbs to talk about people and things -- 5.Using adjectives in phrases to talk about people and things -- 6.Participle clauses -- Clauses at the beginning of sentences to give information about the situation (-ing and -ed forms) -- 7.Expressions to show the purpose of actions and people in order to, so, so as to -- 8.Expressions to show the connection between events and situations while, since -- 9.Adverbs to show opinion about situations -- 10.only/hardly/scarcely/quite/very much -- Adverbs to add information about situations -- 11.Mixed conditionals -- Clauses to talk about conditional situations -- 12.Expressions for interpreting past actions --
  • Contents note continued: Might have, could have, etc. -- 13.Modals in the past -- Modals for commenting on past actions should have/needn't have, etc. -- 14.Modals for expressing feelings about actions -- will/would/dare/need -- 15.Verb + object + noun/adjective -- Verbs with objects and adjectives -- 16.Using whether and that to make statements -- 17.Reporting with passives -- Using passives to report information (be + past participle) -- 18.Using adjectives to talk about habits, expectations and obligations -- be/get used to, be supposed/bound to, had better (not), (not) supposed to, be bound to -- 19.Future in the past -- was/were to, would, was/were (not) going to, just about to -- 20.Future perfect -- Verbs to talk about the future in the past -- 21.It's time + past simple/continuous -- Clauses to express criticism and regret -- 22.Perfect and continuous infinitives -- Clauses for interpreting situations and actions -- 23.Group nouns --
  • Contents note continued: The crowd, the government, the public, etc. -- 24.Phrasal verbs -- 25.Using wh- clauses as nouns -- Who, which, what, why, when, where, whether, how -- 26.Relative clauses with prepositions -- Using wh- clauses with prepositions -- 27.Using wh-ever correctly in sentences -- whatever, however, whenever, whoever, whichever and wherever -- 28.Phrases for talking about time -- 29.Using so correctly -- Inversion after so and using so to avoid repetition -- 30.Question tags -- Have you, did you, will you?
Control code
000050610076
Dimensions
28 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
126 pages
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9780007499632
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)813855333
Label
Collins work on your grammar, Upper Intermediate B2
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "Powered by Cobuild" -- cover
  • "Over 200 exercises to improve your English grammar" -- Cover
  • Includes an answer key
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • still image
  • text
Content type code
  • sti
  • txt
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: I want to improve my grammar -- I'm a teacher: how can I use this book with my classes? -- Lesson plan -- 1.Compound nouns -- Nouns made out of two different nouns -- 2.Countable and uncountable nouns -- 3.Adjectives as nouns -- 4.Adjectives + to-infinitive -- Using adjectives with linking verbs to talk about people and things -- 5.Using adjectives in phrases to talk about people and things -- 6.Participle clauses -- Clauses at the beginning of sentences to give information about the situation (-ing and -ed forms) -- 7.Expressions to show the purpose of actions and people in order to, so, so as to -- 8.Expressions to show the connection between events and situations while, since -- 9.Adverbs to show opinion about situations -- 10.only/hardly/scarcely/quite/very much -- Adverbs to add information about situations -- 11.Mixed conditionals -- Clauses to talk about conditional situations -- 12.Expressions for interpreting past actions --
  • Contents note continued: Might have, could have, etc. -- 13.Modals in the past -- Modals for commenting on past actions should have/needn't have, etc. -- 14.Modals for expressing feelings about actions -- will/would/dare/need -- 15.Verb + object + noun/adjective -- Verbs with objects and adjectives -- 16.Using whether and that to make statements -- 17.Reporting with passives -- Using passives to report information (be + past participle) -- 18.Using adjectives to talk about habits, expectations and obligations -- be/get used to, be supposed/bound to, had better (not), (not) supposed to, be bound to -- 19.Future in the past -- was/were to, would, was/were (not) going to, just about to -- 20.Future perfect -- Verbs to talk about the future in the past -- 21.It's time + past simple/continuous -- Clauses to express criticism and regret -- 22.Perfect and continuous infinitives -- Clauses for interpreting situations and actions -- 23.Group nouns --
  • Contents note continued: The crowd, the government, the public, etc. -- 24.Phrasal verbs -- 25.Using wh- clauses as nouns -- Who, which, what, why, when, where, whether, how -- 26.Relative clauses with prepositions -- Using wh- clauses with prepositions -- 27.Using wh-ever correctly in sentences -- whatever, however, whenever, whoever, whichever and wherever -- 28.Phrases for talking about time -- 29.Using so correctly -- Inversion after so and using so to avoid repetition -- 30.Question tags -- Have you, did you, will you?
Control code
000050610076
Dimensions
28 cm.
Edition
First edition.
Extent
126 pages
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9780007499632
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)813855333

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