ISBN 9780521744874,Grammar Builder Level 2

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ISBN 9780521744874
Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication Year 2008
ISBN-13

ISBN 9780521744874

ISBN-10 0521744873
Binding

Paper Back

Number of Pages 268 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Grammar & Composition

The Grammar Builder series comprises five books for beginner to upper-intermediate level learners of British English.
The books are designed to help learners master key concepts in English grammar easily and quickly. Students who need to take written exams as well as anyone who wishes to write well will find the books useful.
Books 1 and 2 are intended for learners who need to acquire the basics of grammar. Books 3 to 5 are for learners who need to strengthen their proficiency in grammar and improve their written English.
Key features of the books:
a simple but effective three-step approach (error identification, correction, and practice) to help learners master English grammar
examples of correct and incorrect usage show how slight differences in expression can result in grammatical errors
suitable for use in the classroom and for self-study
clear and concise explanations
up to three pages of grammar practice in each unit
carefully graded exercises with model answers
tests to evaluate learner competence

Contents
UNIT
1.1 Articles: a and an with singular nouns
1.2 Articles: a, an, the with singular nouns
1.3 Articles: the with proper nouns
1.4 Articles: with countable and uncountable nouns
UNIT
2 Possessives: apostrophe ('), apostrophe's' ('s), of
UNIT
3.1 Personal pronouns as subjects and objects
3,2 Possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns
3.3 Demonstrative adjectives and demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those
3.4 Reflexive pronouns as objects
3.5 Reflexive pronouns for emphasis
UNIT
4.1 Adjectives: before nouns and after verbs
42 Adjectives: word order, use of comma and and
4.3 Adjectives of comparison
4.4 Adjectives: irregular adjectives, 'ed' and 'ing' endings
4.5 Adjectives of quantity: a few, a little, many, much, some
UNIT
5.1 Adverbs of manner
5.2 Adverbs of time and place
5.3 Adverbs of comparison
UNIT
6.1 Subject-verb agreement: positive statements
6.2 Subject-verb agreement: negative statements
6.3 Subject-verb agreement: positive questions
UNIT
7.1 Present tense: simple and continuous
7.2 Simple past tense: regular an irregular verbs
7.3 Past continuous tense
7.4 Present perfect tense
7.5 Simple future tense
7.6 Future continuous tense
UNIT
8.1 Active and passive voice
8.2 Active and passive voice: tense and number
UNIT
9 Subject and predicate: finite non-finite verbs
UNIT
10 Question tags: isn't, aren't, doesn't, don't
UNIT
11.1 Wh-questions
11.2 Wh-questions: who
11.3 Wh-questions: what
11.4 Wh-questions: answering Who and What questions -- main verbs and the verb 'to be'
11.5 Wh-questions: answering Who and What questions -- main verbs and the verb 'to do'
11.6 Wh-questions: where and when
11.7 Wh-questions: which and whose
11.8 Wh-questions: how, how many, how much
11.9 Wh-questions: why
UNIT
12.1 Modals: can and may
12.2 Modals: must
78 UNIT
13.1 Prepositions of position 13.2 Prepositions of time
UNIT 14 Punctuation: apostrophe, comma, exclamation mark, full stop, question mark
UNIT
15.1 Direct speech
15.2 Indirect speech
UNIT
16.1 Sentence structure: joining two or more sentences with and, but, or
16.2 Sentence structure: relative clauses with who
16.3 Sentence structure: relative clauses with which and that
16.4 Sentence structure: adverbial clauses with because
16.5 Sentence structure: adverbial clauses with when and while
16.6 Sentence structure: noun clauses with who and what
16.7 Sentence structure: adjectival phrases with prepositions
16.8 Sentence structure: adverbial phrases with because of
16.9 Sentence structure: noun phrases with to and 'ing'
TEST 1
Units 1 - 5
TEST 2
Units 6 - 11
TEST 3
Units 12 - 16
TEST 4
TEST 5
TEST 6
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