Oxford Practice Grammar: With Answers by John Eastwood

By John Eastwood

I check with this booklet forever whilst getting ready English classes for my high-level scholars, and my coworkers are regularly borrowing it, too. It explains 1000s of grammatical ideas, together with ones you employ for all time yet by no means realized approximately at school. (Why is it "big fats liar," no longer "fat great liar"? what is the rule for that? larger money the OPG.) additionally encompasses a concise appendix at the grammatical changes among British and American English. hugely urged.

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The theft of the money happened before they found out how much. C Past simple and past continuous We often use these two forms together when a shorter action comes in the middle of a longer one (see Unit 10B). / was waiting at the checkout when I noticed a strange-looking man. Seeing the man came in the middle of the wait. D Past simple and past perfect When we use these two forms together, we use the past perfect for what happened earlier. A man walked into a supermarket. He had chosen a quiet time.

When the students had done the experiment, they wrote a report on it. 1 Nick saved enough money. He bought a motor bike. 2 Mark put all the dishes away. He dried them. 3 I looked both ways. I pulled out into the road. 4 The golfers went into the clubhouse. They played the last hole. 3 Past simple, continuous and perfect (A-D) Daniel is telling the story of how he forgot his passport. Put the verbs into the correct form. (►) /(happened (it / happen) last August at the airport. A few weeks before, a group of us (1)……………….........

Those people have been at the hotel since Friday. I've felt really tired for a whole week now. We've lived in Oxford since 1992. NOT We live-here-sinee-1992. Here something began in the past and has lasted up to the present time. We use for to say how long this period is {for three days). We use since to say when the period began (since Friday). We use how long in questions. How long has Vicky had that camera? ~ Since Thursday, I think. How long have Trevor and Laura been married? ~ Oh, for about three years.

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