1997 swan m walter c how english works a grammar practice book with answers oxford

how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 2 docx

how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 2 docx
... information around an independent clause.Play around with this paragraph, and see how many different ways you can rewrite it Make sure that you include all the ideas that appear in the original ... Pennsylvania Turnpike the PalisadesParkway Lakes Lake Superior Lake Temagami Seas, Oceans, the Mediterranean (Sea) Gulfs Rivers the Pacific (Ocean) the Seine the Sahara (Desert) the Moiave (Desert) ... polr to make them countable: a a a a a pair pair pair pair pair of pants ofjeans of shorts of pajamas of scissors EDIT The following description of a store contains 13 errors with countableand uncountable...
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how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 3 pot

how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 3 pot
... reading, 'Vincent van Gogh," which appears with vocabulary glosses on p 34 3 Van Gogh was born in Holland in 18 53, the son of a vicar He was a deeply religious man who had worked as a lay preacher ... pressedby art with a social message tm- a is b had c was being d had been Toulouse-Lautrec was a painter who scenesof Parisian nieht life a b c d a lot of has painted has been painting painted paint to ... education That country was Switzerland Wassim Hatoum, Lebanon An event that was a meaningful point in my life was moving to America This move has change my life and made me what I am today 99...
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how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 4 potx

how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 4 potx
... lobby, a school entrance hall, a train station, a restaurant, a coffeeshop ,a shoppingmall, a city square ,a beach,or a park Sit there for fifteen minutes, and write about what you see,as you seeit ... seem, oppear, agree, belong, and die have only active forms, with no passivetransformations However,not all transitive verbs have an acceptablepassivetransformation: He has a big house not *A big ... in waiting areas b how airports are designedto discourage peoplefrom spending too much time in waiting areas _6 He was a deeply religious man who had worked as a lay preacher in England and among...
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how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 7 pptx

how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 7 pptx
... what the changes were, and explain what causedthem and what effectsthey had Practice using a few transitions, especiallyto link paragraphs and connectideas Look at the first sentenceofeach paragraph ... friend named Arlene whose house was famous for having a color scheme in every room, including the breakfast nook, which was charcoalgray and pink Anyway, a few yeas ago, Lillian was in New York and ... in apartments near stairways and mailboxeshave many more neighbor contactsthan those living in less heavily traveled parts of the building, and tenants generally have more contactswith immediate...
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how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 8 potx

how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 8 potx
... CI,AUSES WITH THAT Function Example As subject That he had made a mistake was clear It was clear that he had made a mistake with tl As object As object ,with omitted that The minister knew that ... ball ball ball ball The way how is not used in standard English EXERCISE (oral) as Work with a partner to rephrase each of the following sentences many different ways as you can 269 ADJECTTVAI ... every day He replied in the affirmative Kazi Alam, Bangladesh Teacher Wu asked him if your mother was a pianist or not He answered that she had been a pianist she played the harpsichord at that time...
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how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 10 docx

how english works a grammar handbook with readings PHẦN 10 docx
... differing ways of handling time can be is well illustrated by the case of an American agriculturalist assignedto duty as an attache' of our embassy in a Latin country After what seemed to him a suitable ... classroom, 'markedly interaction decreases markedly.' clearly 'lack absence With an overwhelming lack' of imagination we perpetuate' a seating make "perpetuate arrangement reminiscent of' a military cemetery.o ... incomparably cells smaller than the range in body size Small animals simply have far fewer cells than large animals The human brain contains several billion neurons; 'constrained forced an ant...
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