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Elementary English Grammar Beaumont

Elementary English Grammar Beaumont

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Nouns and articles

Singular and plural nouns

{one chair, two chairs, a pen, three pens)

Ar an

(a house, an office, a student, an engineer) Possessive

{Mike's camera, your friend's mother) Countable and uncountable nouns

(There's a cup on the table. There are some cups on the table. There's some coffee on the table.)

Ar anr the

{There'sa bank near here. Look, there'sTony outside the bank.)

Talking in general

(Houses are expensive. The houses in this street are very old.)

Proper nouns

{Are you from. England or the United States ? My flat is in Regent Street, near the Regent Hotel.)

Expressions with and without the

(We're going to school. We’re going to the cinema. What's on TV? What's on the radio?) Review of nouns and articles

Some, any, no

(We’ve got some milk, but we haven’t got any eggs. Are there any chairs in the kitchen? There's

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Much, many, a lot ofr a little, a few, enough (How much petrol is there in the car? How many brothers and sisters have you got? 'We've got a lot of rice, but only a little cheese and a few vegetables/ 'Have we got enough coffee?')
12 Review of quantity
C Personal pronouns
13 Subject pronouns
(Maria is Italian. She 's from Rome. Alex and Anna aren't at home. They 're at the cinema.)
14 Possessive adjectives
{Maria is with her father. What's your name?)
15 Object pronouns
{Maria is very nice. 1 like her. Alex and Anna are late. I 'm waiting for them.)
16 Possessive pronouns
{This isn't Maria's hag. Hers is blue. My name is Tony. What'syours?)
17 Review of personal pronouns
D Other pronouns
18 This, that, these, those
{Look at this photograph. Is that your car outside? Mmm! These sandwiches are delicious.)
19 One, ones
{My car is the white one outside. Who are those people - the ones over there?)
20 Something, anythingr somebody, anybodyr etc
{There's somebody in the office. There .isn’t anything good on TV. There's nowhere to sit down in this room.)
21 Reflexive pronouns
{My grandfather often talks to himself. Diana hurt herself when she fell. Do you live by yourselp)
22 Review of other pronouns
E Talking about the present
23 Present tense of the verb be
(My name is Gina. Гт a student. Гт not a teacher. 'Are you and your friend English?' 'No, we aren't.r)
24 There is, there are
(There's a stereo in the car. There are five rooms in the flat. Is there a bank near here?' 'No, there isn't.)
25 Have got
{I've got a computer. Madonna has got blue eyes. Have you got any brothers or sisters?)
26 Imperative
(Listen. Be careful. Don't forget your umbrella.)
27 Present simple
(I play basketball every Tuesday. Do you usually work on Saturdays?' 'Yes, I doMaria doesn’t live in Milan. She lives in Rome.)
28 Present continuous
(Гт leaving now. Goodbye. Oh, no! Look outside. It's raining. Are you working at the momeni?' 'Yes, I am/)
29 Present continuous and present simple
(Vm leaving now. Goodbye. I usually leave work at 530. Look! It's snowing outside. It often snows in Britain in the winter.)
30 Verbs not normally used in the continuous (I know your brother. Do you understand this word?Monica has long blonde hair.)
31 Review of talking about the present
32 Past tense of the verb be
(I was at home yesterday. I wasn't at work.
Were you and Julia at the cinema last night?'
Yes, we were.')
33 Past simple
(We played tennis yesterday. Tony stayed at home last night. He didn't go out. 7 went to Canada in 1990. ' 'Did you go to Ottawa?')
34 Past continuous
('What were you doing at3 o'clock yesterday?'
7 was cleaning my flat.r)
35 Present perfect simple
(I’ve lived here for four years. Have you ever been to Australia? Look! Andrew has grown a beard!)
36 Present perfect simple and past simple
(Ifve had my present job for two years. I had my old job for five years. Have you ever been to Los Angeles? Did you go to Los Angeles last summer?)
37 Review of talking about the past
G Talking about the future
38 Present continuous for the future
(I'm meeting a friend this evening. Diana is flying to Milan next Monday, What are you doing on Saturday?)
39 Going to
(Гт going to write some letters this evening. Look at those black clouds. Itrsgoing to rain.)
40 Will
('Гт cold. ' 'Are you? Г11 close the window, then.' I think Brazil will win the football match tomorrow.)
41 Will, going to
(III clean my car. Гт going to clean my car. He’11 bite you. He’s going to bite you,、
42 Review of talking about the future
H Modal verbs
43 Can
{Tony can swim, but he can't windsurf. Can you speak Chinese?)
44 Could
(Tony could swim when he was six years old. Could you speak Japanese before you went to Japan?)
45 Must
{Гт really tired. I must go home now. You mustn't be late for work tomorrow.)
46 Have to
{You have to be eighteen to vote in Britain. We don't have to hurry. We aren't late. I had to wear a uniform when I was at school.)
47 May, might
{I may go to the beach tomorrow. You might be rich one day.)
48 Should
{You've got a had cold. You should go to bed. Parents shouldn't hit their children.)
49 Requests: canr could, may
(Can I have a coffee, please? Could you tell me the way to East Street? May I ask you a question?)
50 Offers and invitations: would like, will, shall
(Would you like a drink? Г11 lend you some money. Shall I help you?)
51 Suggestions: shall, let's, why don't wer how about
CWhat shall we do this evening?’ Let's stay at home. ' Why don't we go out?' How about going to the cinema?)
52 Review of modal verbs
i Questions
53 Question words
{What... ? Who ... ? Which ... ? Whose ... ? Where ... ? When ... ? Why ... ? How ...?)
54 Subject and object questions
{Who loves Tina? Who does Tina love?)
55 Question tags
(You aren't married, are you? It's a nice day, isn't it?)
56 Review of questions
J Infinitive and -ing form
57 Word + infinitive or -ing form
(/ can play tennis. I want to play tennis. I enjoy playing tennis.)
58 Purpose: to .. . and/or ...
{We went to a cafe to have lunch. We went to a cafe for lunch. A lawn mower is a machine for cutting grass.)
59 Review of infinitive and -ing form
K Adjectives and adverbs
60 Adjectives
{That's a good film. I'm happy. You look tired.)
61 Word order with adverbs and adverbial phrases
(I play basketball in the Sports Centre on
Tuesdays. Frank always sings in the hath. He's always happy.)
62 Comparison of adjectives
(Today is hotter than yesterday. Which is the hottest country in the world? Greece isn't as hot as Saudi Arabia.)
63 Adjectives and adverbs
{She'snervous. She'swaiting nervously. I'm a bad dancer. 1 dance badly.)
64 Too and enough with adjectives and adverbs
(7 can't go out tonight. I'm too tired. That bed isn't big enough for two people.)
65 Review of adjectives and adverbs
L Prepositions
66 Place: inr onr at
{The dictionary is on the desk in my room. Meet me at the airport.)
67 Time: in, onr at
(at 8 o'clock, on Monday, in the morning, at night, at the weekend, in October, on 5th October, in 1954, in the winter)
68 Place and movement
{on, inr in front ofr behind, near, opposite, next to, between, into, out of, onto, offr upr downr along, across, through, over, under, past, round, fromr to)
69 Time: ago, for, since
(We arrived here three days ago. We've been here for three days. We've been here since Monday.)
70 Review of prepositions
71 Andr but, or, because, so
(I can surf and windsurf, but I can't water-ski. Do you prefer pop music or classical music? I can’t buy a car because I haven't got enough money. I haven't got enough money, so 1 can't buy a car.)
72 When, if
(I'll be at the station when your train arrives. I'll take the driving test again if I fail it the first time.)
73 Review of linking words
N Days, months, numbers, the time
74 Days, months, numbers
(Monday, Tuesday . . . January,
February . . . oner twor three . .. first, second, third ...)
75 The time
('What's the time?' 'It'sfive o'clock/)
General information
]Short forms (Гт, You've) 216
2 Pronunciation of endings: -s/-esf -ed
(booksr watches, started, looked) 217
3 Spelling of endings: -s/-esr -ingr -edr -erf
-estr _ly {cities, drivingr used, biggei% biggest, happily) 218
4 Irregular verbs 219
5 American English 221
Progress tests 222
Index 238
Answers to the exercises 241
Answers to the progress tests 255