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Grammar to go 3 : English grammar practice

Author: Robert James Dixson
Publisher: White Plains, NY : Longman, © 2004, © 1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Grammar to Go offers focused, streamlined practice of the fundamentals of English grammar. With its classic present-and-practice format, the three-level Grammar to Go is the perfect self-study  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Problems and exercises
Problems, exercises, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert James Dixson
ISBN: 9780131182851 0131182854
OCLC Number: 156751528
Notes: Includes answer key.
"Previously published as Regents English Workbook 3"--Title page verso.
Target Audience: Advanced ESOL text.
Description: vii, 116 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: To be: Present tense To be: Present tense: negative and question forms To be: Past tense To be: Past tense: negative and question forms Present continuous tense Present continuous tense: Negative and question forms Past continuous tense Future continuous tense Simple present tense Simple present tense: Negative form Simple present tense: Question form Regular verbs: Past tense Irregular verbs: Past tense Past tense: Negative form Past tense: Question form Future tense Future tense: Negative form Future tense: Question form Going to Going to:Negative and question forms Present perfect tense Present perfect tense: Negative and question forms Present perfect continuous tense Past perfect tense Past perfect continuous tense Future perfect tense Verb tenses: Review Negative form: Review Question form: Review 1 Question form: Review 2 Contractions Short answers Tag questions Infinitives: Continuous and perfect forms Simple form of the verb Passive voice 1 Passive voice 2 Passive voice: Continuous form Passive voice: Modal auxiliaries Passive voice: Negative form Passive voice: Question form Sequence of tenses Direct and indirect speech Indirect speech: Questions Indirect speech: Commands Causative form Exclamatory form Emphatic form So Expressions of agreement: So, indeed, of course, naturally
Responsibility: Robert J. Dixson.


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