By F.V. Bywater
Read Online or Download A Proficiency Course in English (Grammar & reference) PDF
Best english as a second language books
I purchased a publication, a communicative grammar of english for my spouse from amazon. in truth, i have never regretted I did this. The ebook got here in sturdy time and is operating wonders for my spouse in her English literature path. This publication is adorable, very appealing, and written such that it will probably simply be learn and contents understood.
An ELT sequence which supplies video games and puzzles that target development vocabulary from newbie to upper-intermediate point.
Forming a part of a chain on English language educating, this instructor source ebook features a set of photocopiable photo activates, within the type of caricature photos and imagine forums, for crucial language paintings. those photograph activates comprise goods of easy vocabulary, in addition to goods for language extension paintings, and will be used for either presentation and perform.
- First Language Use in Second and Foreign Language Learning
- Big City: Teachers Book Level 2
- Mind & Context: Adult Second Language Acquisition
- Handbook of Undergraduate Second Language Education
Extra resources for A Proficiency Course in English (Grammar & reference)
She is sitting ....... (colloquial) 3. Because of the thundery weather the milk has ...... 4. I don't want to ...... a leaf out of your notebook. 5. I'm so cold that my teeth are ...... 6. Sit down by the fire; you'll soon be as warm as .... (colloquial) 7. Everything was strewn around in confusion. During his absence the flat had been - ... 8. The night was as black as ...... 9. He went white as a. when he read that letter. 10. Quick as ...... he vanished behind the curtain. 11. all day. 12.
Surely I have some say in the matter? ) 1. He spoke his lines well. ) 2. He spoke (to me) of/about politics. ) 3. He spoke (to me) oflabout going into politics. ) 4. Speak for yourself. (Note the preposition. ) 5. He spoke to calm down the crowd. (The infinitive indicates purpose and means in order to. ) 6. Speak up! (Note the preposition. ) 1. I stopped the car. - Istopped@vingthecar to look at the map. (No preposition before a gerundive noun. The action you are stopping is'always in the gerund but the sentence can be shortened to read: Istopped to look at the map.
The same preposition as in 5 before a gerundive noun. Into and the gerund always indicates dishonest persuasion or dishonest forcing. ) 7. He talked down to me. (Note the preposition. ) T-2 69 2. 1 think him to be clever. ) 3. 1 think so: I think not. ) The construction in the meaning of intend is: 4. He is thinking of suicide. ) 5. He is thinking of committing suicide. ) The following idiomatic uses of think should also be noted: 6. Please think it over first. (Note the preposition. ) 7. Imusr think up some excuse.
A Proficiency Course in English (Grammar & reference) by F.V. Bywater