Fundamentals of English Grammar, Black , Student Book Full by Betty Schrampfer Azar

By Betty Schrampfer Azar

A vintage developmental talents textual content for lower-intermediate to intermediate scholars of English, basics of English Grammar is a reference grammar in addition to a stimulating and teachable lecture room textual content. whereas retaining an identical simple process and fabric as in previous variants, the 3rd version extra totally develops communicative and interactive language-learning actions. a few of the new beneficial properties are: *Numerous ''real communication'' possibilities *More innovations for interactive paintings in pairs and teams *Additional open-ended communicative projects for either talking and writing *Expanded error-analysis routines *Interesting and energetic new workout fabric *New appendices for phrasaql verbs and prepositions this system parts comprise the coed ebook, Workbook, Chartbook, Teacher's consultant, and better half site.

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Lend ( . . ) some money 28. wear a coat yesterday i 29. go to the zoo last week 30. feed the birds at the park . 36. break your arm 37. understand the question 38. speak to ( ) yesterday ... 39. tell himher your opinion of this class 40. mean what you said EXERCISE 15. Past time. (Charts 2-1 + 2-7) Direcrions: Pair up with a classmate. Speaker A: Tell Speaker B about your activities yesterday. Think of at least five things you did yesterday to tell Speaker B about. Also think of two or three things you didn't do yesterday.

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