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English world 3 grammar practice book

English world 3 grammar practice book

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Contents
 
Grammar
 
Nouns, pronouns and determiners
 
Nouns and determiners
 
1 book, books Singular and plural nouns 6
 
2 a glass, water Countable and uncountable nouns 7
 
3 a bar of chocolate, a loaf of bread Counting uncountable nouns 8
 
4 some, any, no 9
 
5 many, much, more 11
 
6 (a) few, (a) little, a lot of/lots of..,.., 13
 
7 all (of), most (of), some (of), none (of) 14
 
8 all, every 16
 
9 each, every 17
 
Check 1 Nouns and determiners 18
 
Pronouns and possessives
 
10 I, me Subject and object pronouns 20
 
11 my, your Possessive adjectives 21
 
12 mine, yours Possessive pronouns 22
 
13 this, that, these, those Demonstrative pronouns 23
 
14 myself, yourself, each other Reflexive pronouns 25
 
15 Sarah’s bag Possessive’s (1)    26
 
16 It’s Tom's Possessive’s (2) 28
 
17 the end of the road, the car keys Other possessives 29
 
18 one, ones   30
 
19 something, everything, anything, nothing Indefinite pronouns 31
 
Check 2 Pronouns and possessives 33
 
Articles
 
20 a shirt, the shirt Definite and indefinite article (1) 35
 
21 a shop, the post office Definite and indefinite article (2) 36
 
22 the Alps, Oxford street Definite and zero article 37
 
23 a good book, the piano, tennis Definite, indefinite and zero article 38
 
Check 3 Articles 40
 
Adjectives and adverbs, comparison
 
Adjectives
 
24 small, expensive Adjectives    42
 
25 smaller than, more expensive than Comparative adjectives 43
 
26 the smallest, the most expensive Superlative adjectives 44
 
27 smaller than, the smallest Comparative and superlative adjectives    45
 
28 a nice blue shirt Order of adjectives 47
 
Adverbs
 
29 slow, slowly Adverbs of manner    48
 
30 more slowly, the most slowly Comparative and superlative adverbs 50
Comparative structures
 
35 as...as; notas...as 57
 
36 too, enough, very 58
 
37 so...that, such (a/an)...that 59
 
Check 5 Comparative structures   60
 
Tenses
 
Present tenses
 
38 I’m Sam. Present simple of be     61
 
39 I'vegota computer. Present simple of have (got)    63
 
40 Hive here. Present simple: affirmative 65
 
41 I don’t live here. Present simple: negative    66
 
42 Do you live here? Present simple: questions and short answers 67
 
43 I'm going home. Present continuous 68
 
44 he goes/he's going Present simple or present continuous    70
 
45 I’m sorry, I don’t understand. State verbs      71
 
Check 6 Present tenses 72
 
Past tenses
 
46 I was late. Past simple of be    74
 
47 Ann visited her friend yesterday. Past simple: regular verbs   75
 
48 We went to town. Past simple: irregular verbs 77
 
49 last night, two days ago Past simple: time expressions 79
 
50' I was going home last night. Past continuous 80
 
51 I was going home when you rang. Past simple and past continuous 82
 
52 used to, would 84
 
Check 7 Past tenses 86
 
Perfect tenses
 
53 I’ve forgotten his name. Present perfect: form and use 87
 
54 I’ve already told her. Present perfect with yet, just, already    89
 
55 I’ve never been to Paris. Present perfect with ever, never 90
 
56 I’ve known Jack for six months. Present perfect with for, since 92
 
57 He’s gone to town. / He went to town yesterday. Present perfect and past simple 94
 
58 he goes/he went/he’s gone Present simple, past simple and present perfect 96
 
59 It’s been raining for two hours. Present perfect continuous 98
 
Check 8 Present perfect tenses ..100
 
60 I had met him before. Past perfect .-...102
 
61 When we arrived, the film had already started. Past perfect and past simple 104
 
Check 9 Past and perfect tenses 106
 
Future forms
 
62 I’m going to stay at home. Future with be going to   107
 
63 I’ll come with you. Future with will ; 109
 
64 I’m going to stay. I’ll stay. Compare be going to and will 110
 
65 I’m leaving at six. Present continuous for future. 111
 
66 The train leaves at ten. Present simple for future 112
 
Check 10 Future forms 113
 
Modal verbs
 
67 can Ability in the present   115
 
68 could Ability in the past 117
 
69 can, could, be able to Present and past ability   118
 
70 can, could, be allowed to Permission: ask for/talk about permission 119
 
71 can, could, would Requests   121
 
72 must Obligation 122
73 have to Necessity   123
 
74 must, have to, need to Obligation and necessity 124
 
75 mustn’t, don’t have to/don't need to Lack of necessity 125
 
76 mustn’t, can’t, not be allowed to Prohibition 126
 
77 should, ought to, must Advice 127
 
Check 11 Modal verbs (1) 128
 
78 will, shall Offers 129
 
79 let’s, shall, can/could, what about, why don’t we Suggestions   130
 
80 may, might, could Possibility   131
 
81 may, might, could, must, can’t Certainty and deduction 132
 
82 may, might, could, must, can’t (have) Speculating about the past 134
 
Check 12 Modal verbs (2) . 135
 
Sentence and text structure
 
Statements
 
83 / like it. It’s nice. Word order in statements 137
 
84 / gave joe a book. I gave a book to joe. Word order: direct and indirect objects 138
 
85 Wait here. Don’t go. Imperative 140
 
86 There is a CD near the computer. Uses of there is/are 141
 
87 It’s raining. Uses of it 142
 
88 It snows in winter. There’s much snow in winter. Compare there is/are and it is 143
 
Check 13 Statements . 144
 
Questions
 
89 Are you leaving? Yes/No questions   145
 
90 When are you leaving? Wh-questions (1)   147
 
91 Who did you phone? l/Wi-questions (2) 149
 
92 Who saw you? Who did you see? Question words as subject or object 151
 
93 What’s he like? Uses of be like   152
 
94 Who are you talking to? Prepositions at the end of questions 153
 
95 It’s cold outside, isn’t it? Question tags 154
 
96 So do I. Neither do I. Short responses (1)   155
 
97 I think so. I hope not. Short responses (2)   156
 
Check 14 Statements and questions I 157
 
-ing forms and infinitives
 
98 Smoking is bad for you. -mg forms as subject of sentences 159
 
99 I like dancing. I want to dance. Verbs followed by -ing form or fo-infinitive 160
 
100 / like dancing. I’d like to dance, like + -ing form, would like + fo-infinitive 162
 
101 I went there to get a book. Infinitive of purpose   163
 
102 She helped me to water the garden. Verbs followed by object + fo-infinitive 164
 
Check 15 -ing forms and infinitives 165
 
The passive
 
103 My bag was stolen. The passive: form and use 167
 
104 My bag was stolen by a thief. The passive + by 169
 
Check 16 The passive 170
 
That clauses
 
105 I thinkthat..., I’m sure that... Verb/adjective + that clause 171
 
Relative clauses
 
106 the man who lives next door Defining relative clauses   172
 
107 the boy by the door Other ways of identifying people and things 174
 
Check 17 Relative and that clauses 176
Linking words and structures
 
108 and, also, too, as well Addition 177
 
109 both...and, either...or, neither...nor     178
 
110 but, although/though, however Contrast...   180
 
111 because(of), as, since, so, therefore Reason       181
 
112 to, in order to, so that Purpose       182
 
Check 18 Linking words and structures (1) 183
 
113 I got this bike when I lived in London. Saying when things happen     184
 
114 I’ll turn off the lights when I leave. Future time clauses   185
 
115 Before going to England, you have to get a passport. Uses of before/after + - ing 186
 
116 First)oy lived in Bath. Then she moved to London. Sequencers   187
 
Check 19 Linking words and structures (2) 188
 
Conditionals
 
117 If you keep milk in a fridge, it stays fresh. The zero conditional       189
 
118 If it rains later, we won’t go out. The first conditional .190
 
119 Your English won’t get better unless you study more. Uses of unless   192
 
120 If I won the lottery, I’d buy a house. The second conditional     193
 
Check 20 Conditionals 195
 
Vocabulary
 
Prepositions
 
121 at the door, in the kitchen, on the table Prepositions of place (1) 196
 
122 in front of the lamp, next to the phone Prepositions of place (2) 197
 
123 from the bus stop to the cinema Prepositions of movement 199
 
124 on Monday, in September, at night Prepositions of time (1)     201
 
125 from Monday to Friday, until, during, by, for Prepositions of time (2)   203
 
126 this week, next July Time expressions with no preposition   204
 
127 with, by....       205
 
128 like 206
 
Check 21 Prepositions     207
 
Prepositional phrases
 
129 at first, in the end Prepositional phrases: time   .208
 
130 at home, in bed, on holiday Prepositional phrases: place and activity 209
 
131 by bike, by e-mail, in a hurry, in cash Other prepositional phrases   210
 
Check 22 Prepositional phrases 211
 
Words that go together
 
132 interested in, good at, proud of Adjective + preposition   212
 
133 depend on, look after Verb + preposition   214
 
134 run away, come on Phrasal verbs 215
 
135 make, do, have, get   216
 
Check 23 Words that go together .....i.. 217
 
Word formation
 
136 interested, interesting Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing 218
 
137 unhappy, insensitive, impossible Negative prefixes   219
 
138 careful, sunny, comfortable, practical Forming adjectives   220
 
139 driver, invention Forming nouns   221
 
140 a flower shop, a sports centre Compound nouns     222
 
141 home-made, old-fashioned Compound adjectives 223
 
Check 24 Word formation 224
 
Final check     225
 
Appendices         227
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