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Essential Grammar in Use (2nd Edition)

R Murphy

Essential Grammar in Use (2nd Edition)

R Murphy

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Essential Grammar in Use is available with a promotional bonus extra CD-ROM. CD-ROM contains: * 320 interactive grammar questions * Instant scoring and feedback * Electronic study guides for students to check their level * Printable grammar reference pullout panels * Sample of the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary CD-ROM

- Publisher Essential Grammar in Use is a grammar reference and practice book for elementary learners. Modelled on Raymond Murphy's successful intermediate-level English Grammar in Use, it concentrates on areas of grammar normally taught at elementary level. - Easy to use: on each left-hand page a grammar point is explained and on the facing pages there are exercises to check understanding. - Clear explanations: grammar for elementary learners is explained in simple language. - Accessible: the clear contents list and index of grammatical items make it easy for learners to select the units they need. - Additional exercises: these offer extra practice of key grammar points. - Appendices: these references deal with tenses, irregular verbs, short forms, spelling and phrasal verbs. - Self-study: the book can be used by learners working independently. - Key: this contains the answers to all the exercises.

- Publisher 'Never heard of Murphy? Well, then it is high time you rush to the nearest book shop and buy it. It is still the best grammar book and has been so for the last 12 years ... The explanations - always one page - of any grammar item are clear and illustrated not only with good examples but also motivating pictures. On the page facing these explanations you are offered a good selection of exercises. They are easy to understand and also illustrated with pictures.' 'If you feel your students need and also want more of them, there is the volume with the Supplementary Exercises. This means no work for you, you do not have to make up your own examples - it is all there.' ETAS, Switzerland, 1997

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About "Essential Grammar in Use (2nd Edition)"

Essential Grammar in Use is available with a promotional bonus extra CD-ROM. CD-ROM contains: * 320 interactive grammar questions * Instant scoring and feedback * Electronic study guides for students to check their level * Printable grammar reference pullout panels * Sample of the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary CD-ROM
- Publisher

Essential Grammar in Use is a grammar reference and practice book for elementary learners. Modelled on Raymond Murphy's successful intermediate-level English Grammar in Use, it concentrates on areas of grammar normally taught at elementary level. - Easy to use: on each left-hand page a grammar point is explained and on the facing pages there are exercises to check understanding. - Clear explanations: grammar for elementary learners is explained in simple language. - Accessible: the clear contents list and index of grammatical items make it easy for learners to select the units they need. - Additional exercises: these offer extra practice of key grammar points. - Appendices: these references deal with tenses, irregular verbs, short forms, spelling and phrasal verbs. - Self-study: the book can be used by learners working independently. - Key: this contains the answers to all the exercises.
- Publisher

'Never heard of Murphy? Well, then it is high time you rush to the nearest book shop and buy it. It is still the best grammar book and has been so for the last 12 years ... The explanations - always one page - of any grammar item are clear and illustrated not only with good examples but also motivating pictures. On the page facing these explanations you are offered a good selection of exercises. They are easy to understand and also illustrated with pictures.' 'If you feel your students need and also want more of them, there is the volume with the Supplementary Exercises. This means no work for you, you do not have to make up your own examples - it is all there.' ETAS, Switzerland, 1997
- Publisher

Meet the Author

R Murphy

Murphy received his doctorate in theology at the Catholic University of America, and was professor there, first in Semitic Language and then in Old Testament. Since 1971 he has been at the Duke University Divinity School, where he is George Washington Ivey Professor of Biblical Studies.

Table Of Contents

  • To The Student
  • To The Teacher
  • Thanks
  • 1 Am/is/are
  • 2 Am/is/are (questions)
  • 3 I Am Doing (present Continuous)
  • 4 Are You Doing? (present Continuous)
  • 5 I Do/work/like Etc. (present Simple)
  • 6 I Don't (present Simple Negative)
  • 7 Do You ? (present Simple Questions)
  • 8 I Am Doing And I Do (present Continuous And Present Simple)
  • 9 I Have/i've Got
  • 10 Was/were
  • 11 Worked/got/went Etc. (past Simple)
  • 12 I Didn't, Did You ? (past Simple Negative And Questions)
  • 13 I Was Doing (past Continuous)
  • 14 I Was Doing (past Continuous) And I Did (past Simple)
  • 15 I Have Done (present Perfect 1)
  • 16 I've Just, I've Already, I Haven't Yet (present Perfect 2)
  • 17 Have You Ever ? (present Perfect 3)
  • 18 How Long Have You ? (present Perfect 4)
  • 19 For, Since, Ago
  • 20 I Have Done (present Perfect) And I Did (past Simple)
  • 21 Is Done/was Done (passive 1)
  • 22 Is Being Done/has Been Done (passive 2)
  • 23 Be/have/do In Present And Past Tenses
  • 24 Regular And Irregular Verbs
  • 25 I Used To
  • 26 What Are You Doing Tomorrow?
  • 27 I'm Going To
  • 28 Will/shall (1)
  • 29 Will/shall (2)
  • 30 Might
  • 31 Can And Could
  • 32 Must Mustn't Needn't
  • 33 Should
  • 34 I Have To
  • 35 Would You Like? I'd Like
  • 36 There Is, There Are
  • 37 There Was/were There Has/have Been There Will Be
  • 38 It
  • 39 I Am/i Don't Etc.
  • 40 Have You? Are You? Don't You? Etc.
  • 41 Too/either, So Am I/neither Do I Etc.
  • 42 Isn't/haven't/don't Etc. (negatives)
  • 43 Is It ? Have You ? Do They ? Etc. (questions 1)
  • 44 Who Saw You? Who Did You See? (questions 2)
  • 45 Who Is She Talking To? What Is It Like? (questions 3)
  • 46 What ? Which ? How ?
  • 47 How Long Does It Take ?
  • 48 Do You Know Where ? I Don't Know What Etc.
  • 49 She Said That/he Told Me That
  • 50 Work/working Go/going Do/doing
  • 51 To (i Want To Do) And -ing (i Enjoy Doing)
  • 52 I Want You To/i Told You To
  • 53 I Went To The Shop To
  • 54 Go To/go On/go For/go -ing
  • 55 Get
  • 56 Do And Make
  • 57 Have
  • 58 I/me He/him They/them Etc.
  • 59 My/his/their Etc.
  • 60 Whose Is This? It's Mine/yours/hers Etc.
  • 61 I/me/my/mine
  • 62 Myself/yourself/themselves Etc
  • 63 -s (ann's Camera/my Brother's Car) Etc.
  • 64 A/an 65 Flower(s) Bus(es) (singular And Plural)
  • 66 A Car/some Money (countable/uncountable 1)
  • 67 A Car/some Money (countable/uncountable 2)
  • 68 A/an And The
  • 69 The
  • 70 Go To Work/go Home/go To The Cinema
  • 71 I Like Music, I Hate Exams
  • 72 The (names Of Places)
  • 73 This/that/these/those
  • 74 One/ones
  • 75 Some And Any
  • 76 Not + Any/no/none
  • 77 Not + Anybody/anyone/anything Nobody/no-one/nothing
  • 78 Somebody/anything/nowhere Etc.
  • 79 Every And All
  • 80 All Most Some Any No/none
  • 81 Both Either Neither
  • 82 A Lot, Much, Many
  • 83 (a) Little (a) Few
  • 84 Old/nice/interesting Etc. (adjectives)
  • 85 Quickly/badly/suddenly Etc.

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  • Catalogue Code 116524
  • Product Code 0521559286
  • EAN 9780521559287
  • Pages 300
  • Department Academic
  • Category Language
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Cambridge University Uk
  • Publication Date Jan 1997
  • Dimensions 244 x 189 x 18 mm
  • Weight 0.001kg

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