By Martin Hewings

ISBN-10: 0521498686

ISBN-13: 9780521498685

Complex Grammar in Use comprises one hundred twenty devices of grammar clarification and perform routines. The ebook presents insurance of these language parts advanced-level scholars will locate so much worthwhile to review. The publication keeps the readability of presentation of alternative books within the 'in Use' kinfolk. Two-page devices current grammar rationalization and examples, together with regular pupil error, on left-hand pages, and necessary and sundry perform on right-hand pages. additional perform workouts behind the booklet supply extra difficult and contrastive perform of grammar issues from diversified devices. A research advisor is helping scholars locate these parts superb for his or her examine. Grammar components are cross-referenced in the course of the e-book. There are important appendices facing verb types, and a thesaurus and all solutions are given in the back of the ebook.

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Often 'if' has a meaning similar to 'when' in this kind of sentence: • If you look carefully, you'll (or can) find writing scratched on the glass. • If you move to your left, you'll (or may) be able to see the church. ) We can use shall (or shan't) instead of will (or won't) in statements about the future with I and we, although it is more common to use will/won't: • When I retire, / shall/will have more time for my painting. • The stronger we are, the more we shall/will be able to help others.

A & C) drive go open organise tell try 1 a b 2 a b 3 a b 4 a b 5 a b 6 a Matsuki their first factory in Europe next year. Here, give me the bottle. I it for you. Keno to win his third gold medal in the next Olympics. I to get over to see you, but I've got a very busy weekend coming up. Sam to the dentist. He simply refuses to make an appointment. I to the party, I'm afraid; I have to be in Spain that weekend. ' In this programme I you how to cook duck in a lemon sauce. It's odd to think that this time tomorrow we to Madrid.

He was to find out years later that the car he had bought was stolen. • I was to have helped with the performance, but I got flu the day before. • There was to have been a ban on smoking in restaurants, but restaurant owners have forced the council to reconsider. When we use was/were to + infinitive we are talking about something that did actually happen. When we use was/were to have + past participle we are talking about something that had been arranged, but did not happen. 1 Put / // the underlined verbs are already correct.

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