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English Grammar in Use
Полный курс английской грамматики для среднего уровня.
Уровень intermediate (B1 — B2)

Времена английского языка

Единственное и множественное число в английском (Singular and Plural)
Единственное и множественное число
Unit 69 Исчисляемые и неисчисляемые в английском, урок 1
Unit 70 Исчисляемые и неисчисляемые в английском, урок 2

Adjectives and adverbs

Conjunctions and prepositions

Cambridge, 2011. — 3nd edition. — 312 pages. + CD

North American English . Учебник грамматики для начинающих (Beginner to Lower Intermediate, A1, A2, and B1) с понятными объяснениями правил, на странице напротив упражнения на эти правила, в конце книги ответы. Книга может использоваться в классе или как самоучитель.

Well known for its simple, clear explanations and two-page format, Basic Grammar in Use is a unique combination of grammar reference and practice for students of North American English. It is an excellent resource for use as a classroom text or for students who are studying on their own. This new full-color edition is updated and also includes: a study guide to help students pinpoint exactly which grammar points they need; more Additional Exercises in the back of the book to give students extra opportunities to consolidate what they have learned; a complete answer key.

Format : pdf ( 3 -ed, 20 11 , 312 с.)

Format : ISO / rar ( 3 -ed, 20 11 , CD )

Size : 143 , 7 Mb

Format : pdf ( 2-ed, 2002, 271 с.)

Format : mp3 / zip ( 2-ed, 2002, Audio mp3)

Contents
To the Student viii To the Teacher x
Present
1 am/is/are
2 am/is/are (questions)
3 I am doing (present continuous)
4 are you doing? (present continuous questions)
5 I do/work/like, etc. (simple present)
6 I don’t. (simple present negative)
7 Do you . . . ? (simple present questions)
8 I am doing (present continuous) and I do (simple present)
9 I have . . . and I’ve got. . .
Past
10 was/were
11 worked/got/went, etc. (simple past)
12 I didn’t . . . Did you . . . ? (simple past negative and questions)
13 I was doing (past continuous)
14 I was doing (past continuous) and I did (simple past)
15 I used to . . .
Present perfect
16 Have you ever . . . ?
17 How long have you . . . ?
18 for since ago
19 I have done and I did (present perfect and simple past 1)
20 just, already, and yet (present perfect and simple past 2)
21 I’ve lost my key. I lost my key last week, (present perfect and simple past 3)
Passive
22 is done was done (passive 1)
23 is being done has been done (passive 2)
Verb forms
24 be/have/do in present and past tenses
25 Regular and irregular verbs
Future
26 What are you doing tomorrow?
27 I’m going to . . .
28 will 1
29 will 2
Modals, imperatives, etc.
30 might
31 can and could
32 must
33 should
34 I have to . . .
35 Would you like . .. ? I’d like
36 I’d rather . . .
37 Do this! Don’t do that! Let’s do this!
There and it
38 there is there are
39 there was/were there has/have been there will be
40 It.
Auxiliary verbs
41 I am, I don’t, etc.
42 You have? / Have you? / You are? / Are you?, etc.
43 too/either so am I / neither do I, etc.
44 isn’t, haven’t, don’t, etc. (negatives)
Questions
45 is it. ? have you . . . ? do they . . . ?, etc. (questions l)
46 Who saw you? Who did you see? (questions 2)
47 Who is she talking to? What is it like? (questions 3)
48 What. . . ? Which . . . ? How . . . ? (questions 4)
49 How long does it take . ?
50 Do you know where . . . ? I don’t know what. . ., etc.
Reported speech
51 She said that. . . He told me that
-ing and to . . . V
52 work/working go/going do/doing
53 to . (I want to do) and -ing (I enjoy doing)
54 I want you to . . . I told you to . . .
55 1 went to the store to . . .
Go, get, do, make, and have
56 go to . . . go on . go for . go -ing
57 get
58 do and make
59 have
Pronouns and possessives
60 I/me he/him they/them, etc.
61 my/his/their, etc.
62 Whose is this? It’s mine/yours/hers, etc.
63 I/me/my/mine
64 myself/yourself/themselves, etc.
65 -‘s (Kate’s camera / my brother’s car, etc.)
A and the
66 a/an .
67 train(s) bus(es) (singular and plural)
68 a bottle / some water (countable/uncountable 1)
69 a cake / some cake / some cakes (countable/uncountable 2)
70 a/an and the
71 the . . .
72 go to work go home go to the movies
73 I like music I hate exams
74 the .. . (names of places)
Determiners and pronouns
75 this/that/these/those
76 one/ones
77 some and any
78 not + any no none
79 not + anybody/anyone/anything nobody/no one/nothing
80 somebody/anything/nowhere, etc.
81 every and all
82 all most some any no/none
83 both either neither
84 a lot much many
85 (a) little (a) few
Adjectives and adverbs
86 old/nice/interesting, etc. (adjectives)
87 quickly/badly/suddenly, etc. (adverbs)
88 old/older expensive / more expensive
89 older than . . . more expensive than
90 not as . as
91 the oldest the most expensive
92 enough
93 too
Word order
94 He speaks English very well, (word order 1)
95 always/usually/often, etc. (word order 2)
96 still yet already
97 Give me that book! Give it to me!
Conjunctions and clauses
98 and but or so because
99 When .
100 If we go . If you see ., etc.
101 If I had . . . If we went. . ., etc.
102 a person who . a thing that/which . (relative clauses 1)
103 the people we met the hotel you stayed at (relative clauses 2)
Prepositions
104 at 8:00 on Monday in April
105 from. to until since for
106 before after during while
107 in at on (places 1)
108 in at on (places 2)
109 to in at (places 3)
110 next to, between, under, etc.
111 up, over, through, etc.
112 on at by with about
113 afraid of. . ., good at. , etc. of/at/for, etc. (prepositions + -ing)
114 listen to . look at. etc. (verb + preposition)
Phrasal verbs
115 go in, fall off, run away, etc. (phrasal verbs l)
116 put on your shoes put your shoes on (phrasal verbs 2)
Appendix 1 Active and passive 235
Appendix 2 List of irregular verbs 236
Appendix 3 Irregular verbs in groups 237
Appendix 4 Short forms (he’s / I’d / don’t, etc.) 238
Appendix 5 Spelling 240
Appendix 6 Phrasal verbs (take off/ give up, etc.) 242
Appendix 7 Phrasal verbs + object (put out a fire / try on clothes, etc.) 243
Additional Exercises 244
Study Guide 263
Answer Key to Exercises 276
Answer Key to Additional Exercises 303
Answer Key to Study Guide 306
Index 308

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