OXFORD 2004 natural1 grammar

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 1 pdf

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 1 pdf
... roduction; 11 2 Gerund d,luses; 11 3 Some patterns Wi th the gerund; 11 4 PrepositIOn"" gerund, 11 5 Verb + preposition + gerund; 11 6 Adjective + preposition + gerund; 11 7 Noun ~ preposition + geru nd; 11 8 ... joining and 10 join; 11 To + gerund and the to-infinitive; 12 0 Determiner + gerund p 16 1 Participles 12 1 Introduction; 12 2 Paniciple clauses 12 3 Participle + noun ; 12 4 Verb + participle 12 5 Verb ... OXFORD LEARNER'S GRAMMAR Grammar Finder Oxford LEARNER'S GRAMMAR Grammar • In er OXFORD U N IVERS ITY PRESS OXFORD UN1VIl\,SITY JllltiS$ CR!I.\ Clll ~ndon Slrffl O,uord Ol2 61) ' Oxford...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 2 ppsx

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 2 ppsx
... dafter e, e.g close closed > 27 7A We double some consonants, e.g SlOp ~ stupped > 27 9 Y changes to ie, e.g hurry -+ hurried > 28 0 For the pronunciation of the -ed ending, > 27 7B But some past rorm ... e, e.g close closed > 27 7 A We double some consonants, e.g SLOp '" slOpped > 27 9 Y changes to ie, e.g hurry hurried > 28 0 For the pronunciation of the ·ed ending, > 27 7B But some past participles ... We add ·es after a sibilant sound e.g pwh ~ pushes > 27 6 Y changes to ie, e.g hurry hurries > 28 0A For the pronunciation of the ending, > 27 6B Note also the forms does IdAzl, goes Igauzt, has...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 3 doc

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 3 doc
... ity to avoid something 102 :> You needn't wear a lie :::> 73A You don 't have to wear a tie :::> 73A You mustn't break anYlhing :::> 730 71 Must and have to Use Example The right rhing You 'ihould ... ) Fhey-bttiltl-some-ttett#fl-al3 hut: u.ttJn ) For th e present simple in a sub·clau se, > 59A For be due to + to -infinilive referring to a timetable, > 580 83 The future 57 Will, be going to, ... [\vo ve rbs which we use e ither as a modal verb or as an ordinary verb They are need (> 73 ) and dare (> 83) B After a modal verb we put an infiniti ve without We can park here lO It's getting...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 4 pptx

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 4 pptx
... t Would you like to play tennis? '" Yes, OK Let's have a game 140 1 04 Verb + t o-Inf in itive/gerund with a change in meaning ~1 04 Verb + to-infinitive/gerund with a change in meaning '" " Th ... great Tile doorman wouldn 't let us in No pne h,ew whal would happen next Asking what 10 > 54E The future > 54A shall A possible situation > OJ A pas t refusal> 62B Looking forward from the past > ... scientis t J.J Thomson, and th e other is about the electron TIIOMSON, Sill )051::111-1 JOH N (I R46 - 1 940 ) El.Fl.i·1I0N British physicist and mathematician and head of a group of researchers at the...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 5 doc

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 5 doc
... lTlt!anlng to clause, :> 257 il 1 35 Today's weather, an hour's journey, etc A The posses~iv e form can express lime Have we slill got yesterday's newspaper? Next mOllth '5 ligures are expecwd to ... generalizing about them Classifymg> 152 G That's a rat, not a mouse Those are rats, Pl ural: not mice Uncountable: Is this milk or Singular: Describi ng > 152 F Generali zi ng> 153 /l 's a huge rat A rat ... apos~rophl" h 176 We can also ~y a [our·hour JOllmey 136 At Soph ie's to the doctor's, e tc r136 At Sophie's, to the doctor's, etc We can lise the possess ive form without a foll owing nOun when...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 6 ppsx

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 6 ppsx
... THE joa~l Collins 163 Place names and the For some general points about place nam es and the, > 162 A Here th e more detail different types of place name are dea lt wi rh in 210 163 Place names and ... myself 16 165 Demonstratives NOTE Very OIUrI IS more emphatic never expected (J little vIllage /0 Iltwe its very OWl! zoo J lannah 's dr(~am was to ha/lt a pony of lIer /lery OWl! ~ 65 A Demonstratives ... quantities They include a JOI of much, many, a few, and a little 223 Quantifiers Large/small > 166 - 167 Whole I pa ri > B- H I found a lot of information on the Internet (...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 7 pptx

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 7 pptx
... changes to -Iy, e.g probable -+ probably > 278 D The ending -ic changes to ically, e.g magic -+ magically > 278 D After II we add -y, e.g full-+ fully > 279 B Note B There arc so me adjectives which ... completely> 1 97) , totally awfully (informal), extremely, real (informal), really, High degree: terribly (informal)' too, very Medium degree: fairly, pretty (informal), quite (= fairly> 1 97) , rather, ... something impressive That was quite a party The meaning is similar to 'that was some party > 172 F Note b 1 97 More details about quite and rather A In British English quite has two meanings Medium...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 8 doc

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 8 doc
... had done the previous year Doctors need time off as elJ(~ ry()ne else does Rut the equivalent preposition is like rather than as Doctors need time off like everyone else Doctors like everyone else, ... that thert:! lire differences between ,he use of adverbs and the usc of prepositions :> 19 2 18 The grammar of phrasal verbs A Word order Some phrasal verbs are intransiti ve, but others have an ... 18 adjecti ve + preposition + gerund, > 116 225 Adjective + prepositi on Some adjectives can take different prepositions, depending on the meanin g We arc angry with someone about som ethirz8...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 9 potx

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 9 potx
... day/the/allowing day /on Thursday, etc last weeki that week the year beJore/the previous yea rl in 199 0, etc the month afcerl the following monthlin August, etc an hour before/an hour ea rlier/at ... received after the deadline) The first British TV commercial, broadcast in 195 5, was for toothpaste (= which was broadcast in 195 5) Police are trying to identify a body recovered from lh e river (= ... a theoretical po s~ ihility If rile (./(!C:is ion were to go against us, we UJOuld appeal 343 2 49 More details about if C In a condition with should or were, we ca n invert th e subject and verb...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 10 docx

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR 10 docx
... should IIodl or IIdl sume Isaml or Ism!> ]72D Ihan 100 ni that IOatl > Note the 100 1 or loil > lSI them l(Jaml or laml Ihere 10a(r)1 > 35A Note 10 ltol or Itol was Iwazl we Iwi! were IWOl(r)1 will ... (Q-inOnllive 105 (fie wanls you to ring lIim ) 430 I...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR - PART 1 pps

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR - PART 1 pps
... 'Whor~fH!H-ihe !e - At-whllHre you-loolting? - The nHl p ., , WaHmed -yott tfle-foutbtdl-oft-W? _ Vel>, It was t-;ood, wlisn't II? ,'.', , ~t -know whfl t-ume-does-the-!ffiop~tti · - ... 99· )14 1lS -1 2 8 12 9 -1 58 15 9 -1 78 Verb tenses The ruture Be, have, and Modal verbs The passive Infinitive, gerund and participle 17 9 -1 98 The infinitive 19212 21 3-2 26 The gerund Participles The ... cheeked the lilltt.'1ttbie firsl~ Yes, I sup pose !:oo · - , Wftet-OH n-er ·h'ere-~hi"king-oP - I don't know · .-. , 10 WhRHype phaflt: 5hottld-we-btty? -What ahout a...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR - PART 2 pdf

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR - PART 2 pdf
... Finder 2 3 -2 9 Correct the sentences !.!.m-meetmg-my ff'ietffi;-bttt-I 'ye 'forgotten w hn~tme-ftI'I't-I , , ~ 'f': ~~.t.i'1'J "Q:j f(I~r4~ ~~ f'v~.~orjJQ~~ "!~t t;~ -e: ::ffte-kiteften i, In- -mess, ... fro nt Hn - t ~- plttyfng-some chiltlren ~ t~ ~0 ~.C;h.'ld~e.~., ,-: ~~~ r!aj,;~ We hoped to hear some nice music 'fhllt-we a eHlfllly-fteefd-it-wtts1HltmtbJe-n&i!te .t.!ha t ~ ,a·! =-? :tt;J'!1 ... vt 'gctahles Hlt~"'ffttftt-It:ft II The Illusic had stopped =Fhere ht:: flR hlsj»al-€ k ~-) ked· tHI tf the-party- WttS OVef 12 I think evcry1hing's OK now Atly-rnore-problems sh&ttWfl't be 69...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR - PART 3 pdf

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR - PART 3 pdf
... was-jtt*tOO'1if'ed - l-wM-flble-tf}-go-t~y, !i J!lI.-etItt-1'effik-e-the-ex-8m ... Incorrect Write the correct sentence I-couldl~-wtflOOw f ~pul~.n.'"t '!f?...
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OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR - PART 4 pps

OXFORD LEARNER''''S GRAMMAR - PART 4 pps
... ~e··bft!l-wur-tft-~ ·ft-whtlle tilly in-the-lewn · , i-w89-Rwale hR cn!t~fo r (-lome lime , kHk&.te-d8)'5-lne eopYII~W89-tt-ktboriottS tft slc: · 1-ww.t-so«y-for-hearmg-the-batl ... -tteWS , - AH89t wt sueceeded-tt:t-gcHhe-eor-...
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