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Oxford Practice Grammar, J J Intermediate, with answers. John Eastwood, UNIVERSITY PRESS, UNIVERSITY PRESS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. Great Clarendon Street Oxford OX2 6DP, Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford The author and publisher would like to thank. It furthers the University s objective of excellence in research All the teachers in the United Kingdom and Italy who discussed. scholarship and education by publishing worldwide in this book in the early stages of its development. Oxford New York, The teachers and students of the following schools who used and. Auckland Cape Town Dar es Salaam Hong Kong Karachi commented on the pilot units of the first edition. Kuala Lumpur Madrid Melbourne Mexico City Nairobi The Bell School of Languages Bowthorpe Hall Norwich. New Delhi Shanghai Taipei Toronto The Eckersley School of English Oxford. With offices in Eurocentre Brighton, Argentina Austria Brazil Chile Czech Republic France Greece Eurocentre London Victoria.
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Oxford Designers and Illustrators for the illustrations. and you must impose this same condition on any acquirer. And last but not least my wife Sheila for all her help and. Any websites referred to in this publication are in the public. encouragement, domain and their addresses are provided by Oxford University Press. for information only Oxford University Press disclaims any. responsibility for the content, ISBN 978 0194309110 Student S Book. Practice Boost CD ROM Pack first published 2008, ISBN 978 0194579803 Pack. Typeset by Carole White, Illustrated by Oxford Designers and Illustrators. Cover illustration by Joanna Usherwood, Index by Sue Lightfoot.
Printed in Spain by Craficas Estella, Introduction page VIII 27 When I get there before you leave etc 66. Key to symbols page IX, Test F The future with will be going to. and present tenses 68, Words and sentences, 28 Will be doing 70. 1 Word classes nouns verbs adjectives etc 29 Will have done and was going to 72. 2 30 Review of the future 74, 2 Sentence structure subject verb object. etc 4 Test G Tenses future 76, 3 Direct and indirect objects 6 31 The verb have 78.
32 Short forms it s don t 80, Verbs 33 Emphatic do 82. 4 Present Continuous 8 Questions negatives and, 5 Present Simple 10. 6 Present Continuous or Present Simple 12 answers, 7 State verbs and action verbs 14 34 Yes no questions 84. Test A Tenses present 16 35 Short answers e g Yes it is 86. 36 Wh questions 88, 8 Past Simple 18 37 Subject object questions 90. 9 Past Continuous 20 38 Prepositions in wh questions 92. 10 Past Continuous or Past Simple 22 39 Who what or which 94. Test H Questions 96, Test B Past Simple and Past Continuous.
24 40 Negative statements 98, 41 Negative questions 100. 11 Present Perfect 1 26 42 Question tags e g isn t it 102. 12 Present Perfect 2 just already yet for 43 So Neither do I and I think so 104. and since 28, 13 Present Perfect 3 ever this week etc 30 Test I Questions negatives and answers. 14 Present Perfect or Past Simple 1 32 106, 15 Present Perfect or Past Simple 2 34. Test C Present Perfect and Past Simple 36 Modal verbs. 44 Ability can could and be able to 108, 16 Present Perfect Continuous 38 45 Permission can may could and be. 17 Present Perfect Continuous or Simple 40 allowed to 110. 18 Past Perfect 42 46 Possibility and certainty may might. 19 Review of the Past Simple Continuous could must etc 112. and Perfect 44 47 Necessity must and have to 114, 20 Past Perfect Continuous 46 48 Necessity mustn t needn t etc 116.
Test D Tenses past and perfect 48 49 Should ought to had better and be. supposed to 118, 21 Review of present and past tenses 50 50 Asking people to do things 120. 51 Suggestions offers and invitations 122, Test E Tenses present and past 54 52 Will would shall and should 124. 53 It may could must have been etc 126, 22 Introduction to the future 56. 23 Will and shall 58 Test J Modal verbs 128, 24 Be going to 60. 25 Will and be going to 62, 26 Present tenses for the future 64.
CONTENTS PAGE V, The passive 83 A an and the 1 196. 84 Nan and the 2 198, 54 Passive verb forms 130, 85 Nan one and some 200. 55 Active and passive 1 132, 86 Cars or the cars 202. 56 Active and passive 2 134, 87 Prison school bed etc 204. 57 Special passive structures 136, 88 On Friday for lunch etc 206.
58 Have something done 138, 89 Quite a such a what a etc 208. 59 To be done and being done 140, 90 Place names and the 210. Test K The passive 142, Test 0 Nan and the 214, The infinitive and the ing form. 60 Verb to infinitive 144, This my some a lot of etc. 61 Verb ing form 146 91 This that these and those 216. 62 Verb to infinitive or verb ing 92 My your etc and mine yours etc 218. form 148 93 The possessive form and of 220, 63 Like start etc 150 94 Some and any 222.
64 Remember regret try etc 152 95 A lot of lots of many much Iajfew and. a little 224, Test L Verb to infinitive or ing, 96 All half most some no and none 226. 97 Every each whole both either and, 65 Verb object to infinitive or ing neither 228. 66 Question word to infinitive 158 Test P This my some a lot of all etc. 67 Adjective to infinitive 160 230, 68 For with the to infinitive 162. 69 The infinitive with and without to 164, 70 Verb Adjective preposition ing Pronouns. form 166 98 Personal pronouns I you 232, 71 Afraid to do or afraid of doing 168 99 There and it 234.
72 Used to do and be used to doing 170 100 Reflexive pronouns 236. 73 Preposition or linking word ing 101 Emphatic pronouns and each other 238. form 172 102 The pronoun one ones 240, 74 See it happen or see it happening 174 103 Everyone something etc 242. 75 Some structures with the ing form 176, Test Q Pronouns 244. Test M The infinitive and the ing, Adjectives and adverbs. Nouns and articles 104 Adjectives 246, 105 Adjectives order 248. 76 Ship and water countable and 106 The old the rich etc 250. uncountable nouns 180 107 Interesting and interested 252. 77 A carton of milk a piece of information 108 Adjective or adverb 1 254. etc 182 109 Adjective or adverb 2 256, 78 Nouns that can be countable or.
uncountable 184 Test R Adjectives and adverbs 258, 79 Agreement 186. 80 Singular or plural 188 110 Comparative and superlative forms 260. 81 Pair nouns and group nouns 190 III Comparative and superlative patterns 1. 82 Two nouns together 192 264, 112 Comparative and superlative patterns 2. Test N Nouns and agreement 194 266, PAGEVI CONTENTS. l38 The relative pronoun as object 332, Test S Comparative and superlative 268 139 Prepositions in relative clauses 334. 140 Relative structures with whose what, 113 Adverbs and word order 270 and it 336.
114 Yet still and already 274 141 The use of relative clauses 338. 115 Adverbs of degree very quite 276 142 Relative pronouns and relative. 116 Quite and rather 278 adverbs 340, 117 Too and enough 280 143 Relative clauses participle and to. infinitive 342, Test T Adverbs and word order 282, Test X Relative clauses 344. Prepositions, 118 Prepositions of place 284, Conditionals and wish. 119 In on and at place 288 144 Conditionals 1 346, 120 In on and at time 290 145 Conditionals 2 348. 121 For since ago and before 292 146 Conditionals 3 350. 122 During or while By or until As or like 147 Review of conditionals 352. 294 148 If when unless and in case 354, 123 Preposition noun on holiday 296 149 Wish and if only 356.
124 Noun preposition trouble with 298, 125 Adjective preposition proud of 300 Test Y Conditionals and wish 358. Test U Prepositions 302, Linking words, 150 But although in spite of whereas etc. Verbs with prepositions and 360, adverbs 151 To in order to so that and for 362. 126 Prepositional verbs wait for 304 152 Review of linking words 364. 127 Verb object preposition 306 153 Links across sentences 366. 128 Phrasal verbs 1 308, 129 Phrasal verbs 2 310 Key to the exercises 368. 130 Phrasal verbs 3 312, 131 Verb adverb preposition 314 Key to the tests 396.
Exit test 408, Test V Verbs with prepositions and, adverbs 316 Key to the exit test 414. Appendices, Reported speech, 1 Word formation 368, 132 Direct speech and reported speech 318 2 The spelling of endings 370. 133 Reported speech person place and time 3 Punctuation 372. 320 4 Pronunciation 374, l34 Reported speech the tense change 322 5 American English 377. 135 Reported questions 324 6 Irregular verbs 382, 136 Reported requests offers etc 326. Test W Reported speech 328, Relative clauses, 137 Relative clauses with who which and that.
CONTENTS PAGEVlI, Introduction, The Oxford Practice Grammar is a series of three The Oxford Practice Grammar Intermediate is. books each written at the right level for you at written for intermediate students of English. each stage in your study of English The series is, intended for your use either in a classroom or The units cover the main areas of English. when working independently in your own time grammar Specialattention is given to those. points which are often a problem for learners, The books are divided into units each of which such as the meaning of the different verb forms. covers an important grammar topic Each unit the use of the passive the different conditional. starts with an explanation of the grammar and tenses or the use of prepositions Many units. this is followed by a set of practice exercises contrast two or more different structures such. Tests at the end of each unit or section of units as the Present Perfect and Past Simple Units 14. givethe opportunity for more practice and and 15 There are also a number of review. enable you to assesshow much you have units, learned Answers to the exercisesand the tests. are given at the back of the book The emphasis throughout the book is on the. meaning and use of the grammatical forms, You may want to choose the order in which you.
study the grammar topics perhaps going first to The explanations of grammar are descriptions. of how English works they are a guide to help, those giving you problems Topics are listed in. the Contents page at the front of each book and you understand not rules to be memorized It is. in the Index at the back Alternativelyyou may often more effectiveto look at examples of. English rather than to read statements about it, choose to start at the beginning of each book. and work through to the end and the grammar explanations are supported by. lots of examples of everydayconversational, An interactive CD ROM is included at each of English. the three levels offering alternative ways to, practise Youcan recognize and correct written There are also appendices at the back of the. mistakes and you can also take part in spoken book on word formation the spelling of. dialogues you can record and listen to your endings punctuation pronunciation American. own voice and learn to speak more naturally English and irregular verbs. The tests enable you to assesshow much you, Exam practice have learned and they also giveyou practice in.
answering the kinds of questions you meet in, The first level in the series is Oxford Practice exams. Grammar Basic This is suitable for, elementary to pre intermediate learners and An exit test provides an opportunity for more. those working for the PET exam and IELTS The practice and prepares the student for Oxford. second is Oxford Practice Grammar Practice Grammar Advanced The answer key. Intermediate for students who are no longer to this exit test refers back to the rele. have handled the integration of Oxford Practice Grammar Intermediate into this new series and Phil Hargraves who is responsible for the new design Oxford Designers and Illustrators for the illustrations And last but not least my wife Sheila for all her help and encouragement The author and publisher would like to thank Allthe teachers in the United Kingdom and Italy who discussed this

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