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Work on your grammar Collins Pre indermidiate (Ngữ pháp thi A2): Bao gồm tất cả các điểm ngữ pháp để luyện thi chứng chỉ A2 chuẩn Châu Âu.Work on your grammar Collins Pre indermidiate (Ngữ pháp thi A2): Bao gồm tất cả các điểm ngữ pháp để luyện thi chứng chỉ A2 chuẩn Châu Âu. POWERED BY C O B U ILD Worfc on your Grammar Over 200 exercises to improve your English grammar Contents Introduction I'm a student: how can I use this book? 6 Study tips I want to improve my grammar I'm a teacher: how can I use this book with my classes? 8 Is this the right book for me? What does this book contain? Lesson plan Present continuous, present simple and will Talking about the future 13 Prepositions Using prepositions after certain verbs 10 Present perfect Talking about the past and present together [have + past participle) A little and a few Using (a) little and (a) few when talking about things Possessive pronouns Using pronouns to show who things belong to (mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs; one/ones; no/none) Possessive's and s' Using s to show who things belong to ('s/s' + people, things, places) Articles and other words before nouns both/all; a/the; zero article Past continuous Talking about two events in the past (was/were + -ing ) There and It sentences Using There and It at the beginning of sentences 10 Questions 18 22 25 28 Asking questions in the past and present 32 36 40 43 11 Adjectives Talking about people and things, and comparatives and superlatives {be + adjective + preposition) 12 Link words both and, either or, neither nor, not only but also, s o that 46 49 13 Time clauses Using adverbs to talk about time and other connections 52 14 Zero and first conditionals Talking about if something happens (Zero conditional: lf+ present simple + present simple; First conditional: lf+ present simple + will; will + if+ present simple) 56 15 Adverbs Talking about when, where and how often things happen 60 16 Adverb position Using adverbs correctly in sentences 63 17 Modal verbs (1) Talking about what you can and must {con, be able to, must, have to) 18 Modal verbs (2) 66 Talking about what you might do, but aren't sure about {could, might, may, will probably) 19 Modal verbs (3) Giving advice {should, ought to, had better) 20 Modal verbs (4) Making and responding to offers and promises {will, shall) 21 22 70 73 76 Passive Passive verbs in the present and past {is, are, was, were + past participle) 79 Question tags Using question tags with present and past meanings {isn't it?, didn't you?) 23 Verbs not normally used in continuous forms think, believe, know, understand, like, hate, have, feel, smell, taste, etc 24 Verbs followed by two objects (verb + object + verb) 25 Pronouns and adjectives {other, another, one/s) 26 Relative pronouns and reflexive pronouns who, which, that; myself, yourself 27 Phrasal verbs Common phrasal verbs in the past and present {look after, put away, get up) 28 Requests, offers and invitations let me, shall, would you, can, could, may 83 86 89 92 95 100 104 Contents 29 Agreeing, disagreeing and telling people what you want and need 30 Suggesting, advising and saying that you're sure 108 Answer key 115 111 Introduction Welcome to Work on your Grammar - Pre-intermediate (A2), Is this the right book for me? This book, Work on your Grammar - Pre-intermediate (A2), helps students to learn and practise English grammar at CEF level A2.This book is suitable for you to use if you are at CEF level A2, or just below So, what is CEF level A2? Well, there are six Common European Framework levels They go up from A1 for beginners, A2, B1, B2, Cl and finally C2 If the description below sounds like you, then this is probably the right book for you If not, choose Work on your Grammar - Elementary (A1), below this level, or Work on your Grammar Intermediate (B1), above this level • I can understand and use sentences about my daily life and many common topics, such as work, family, shopping, geography, and so on • I can talk and write in a basic way, asking questions and explaining what I need • I know I make mistakes, but I try to talk about the past, present and future What does this book contain? This book contains 30 units to help you learn and practise important grammar for this pre-intermediate (A2) level Each unit explains the grammar point and then there is a series of exercises that gives you useful practice in this particular area The exercises are there to help you really understand the grammar point and how to use it correctly There are different types of exercise This helps you to see different aspects of the grammar, and it means you have a range of practice to The answers to all the exercises are at the back of the book Remember! boxes highlight important information about the grammar points, so it is a good idea to read them and think about them I'm a student: how can I use this book? You can use this book in different ways It depends on your needs, and the time that you have • If you have a teacher, he or she may give you some advice about using the book • If you are working alone, you may decide to study the complete book from beginning to end, starting with Unit and working your way through to the end • You might find that it is better to choose which units you need to study first, which might not be the first units in the book Take control of what you learn and choose the units you feel are the most important for you Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) Introduction • You may also decide to use the book for reference when you are not sure about a particular grammar point • You can find what you want to learn about by looking at the Contents page • Please note that, if you not understand something in one unit, you may need to study a unit earlier in the book, which will give you more information Study tips Read the aim and introduction to the unit carefully Read the explanation Sometimes there is a short text or dialogue; sometimes there are tables of information; sometimes there are examples with notes These are to help you understand the most important information about this grammar point Don't read the explanation too quickly: spend time trying to understand it as well as you can If you don't understand, read it again more slowly Do the exercises Don't them too quickly: think carefully about the answers If you don't feel sure, look at the explanation again Write your answers in pencil, or, even better, on a separate piece of paper (This means that you can the exercises again later.) Check your answers to the exercises using the Answer key at the back of the book If you get every answer correct, congratulations! Don't worry if you make some mistakes Studying your mistakes is an important part of learning Look carefully at each mistake: can you now see why thecorrect answer is what it is? Read the explanation again to help you understand Finally, if the unit includes a Remember! box, then try really hard to remember what it says It contains a special piece of information about the grammar point 10 Always return: come back and the unit's exercises again a few dayslater Thishelps you to keep the information in your head for longer I want to improve my grammar Good! Only using one book won't be enough to really make your grammar improve The most important thing is you! Of course, you need to have a paper or electronic notebook Try these six techniques for getting the best from it • Make it real: It's probably easier to remember examples than it is to remember rules Often, it's better to try to learn the examples of the grammar, not the explanations themselves For example, rather than memorizing 'You can use the present simple to talk about the future', you should learn 'My holiday starts on Monday' • Make it personal: When you're learning a new structure or function, try to write some examples about yourself or people or places you know It's easier to remember sentences about your past than someone else's! For example, 'I'm studying art this year' • Look out: Everything you read or hear in English may contain some examples of the new grammar you're learning Try to notice these examples Also, try to write down some of these examples, so that you can learn them • Everywhere you go: Take your notebook with you Use spare moments, such as when you're waiting for a friend to arrive Read through your notes Try to repeat things from memory A few minutes here and there adds up to a useful learning system • Take it further: Don't just learn the examples in the book Keep making your own examples and learning those • Don't stop: It's really important to keep learning If you don't keep practising, you won't remember for very long Practise the new grammar today, tomorrow, the next day, a week later and a month later I'm a teacher: how can I use this book with my classes? The content of this book has been very carefully selected by experts from Language Testing 123, using the Common European Framework for Reference, English Profile, the British Council Core Inventory, the Collins Corpus and material created for Collins COBUILD English Grammar, Collins COBUILD Pocket English Grammar and Collins COBUILD English Usage As such, it represents a useful body of knowledge for students to acquire at this level The language used is designed to be of effective general relevance and interest to any learner aged 14+ The exercises use a range of types to engage with students and to usefully practise what they have learnt from the explanation pages There are a lot of exercises in each unit so it is not necessary for students to all the exercises at one sitting Rather, you may wish to return in later sessions to complete the remaining exercises The book will be a valuable self-study resource for students studying on their own You can also integrate it into your teaching The explanations and exercises are designed for self-study, but they can be easily adapted to provide useful interactive work for your students in class You can use the units in the book to extend, back up or consolidate language work you are doing in class The Contents will help you choose which units are most appropriate You may also find that you recommend certain units to students who are experiencing particular difficulty with specific language areas Alternatively, you may use various units in the book as an aid to revision Lesson plan Read the aim and introduction to the unit carefully: is it what you want your students to focus on? Make sure the students understand it Go through the explanation with your students You may read it aloud to them, or ask them to read it silently to themselves With a confident class, you could ask them to read some of it aloud If there is a dialogue, you could ask students to perform it If there is a text, you could extend it in some way that makes it particularly relevant to your students Certainly, you should provide a pronunciation model of focus language Take time over the explanation page, and check students' understanding using conceptchecking questions The questions will vary according to content, but they may be based on checking the time in verb tenses For example, with the sentence, 'She came on the train that got here yesterday,' you could ask, 'When did she arrive?'This might elicit the Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) Introduction correct answer'yesterday'and the incorrect answer'tomorrow', and you would know if your students understood the meaning of the past simple verb Or you could ask, 'Where is she now?'and correct answers would include'here'while incorrect answers would include'on the train' Perhaps the first exercise together with the class Don't it too quickly: encourage students to think carefully about the answers If they don't feel sure, look together at the explanation again Now get students to the other exercises They can work alone, or perhaps in pairs, discussing the answers This will involve useful speaking practice and also more careful consideration of the information Tell students to write their answers in pencil, or, even better, on a separate piece of paper (This means that they can the exercises again later.) Check their answers to the exercises using the Answer key at the back of the book Discuss the questions and problems they have If the unit includes a Remember! box, then tell students to try really hard to remember what it says It contains a special piece of information about the grammar point Depending on your class and the time available, there are different ways you could extend the learning If one of the exercises is in the form of an email, you could ask your students to write a reply to it If the exercises are using spoken language, then you can ask students to practise these as bits of conversation They can rewrite the exercises with sentences that are about themselves and each other Maybe pairs of students can write an exercise of their own together and these can be distributed around the class Maybe they can write short stories or dialogues including the focus language and perform these to the class 10 Discuss with the class what notes they should make about the language in the unit Encourage them to make effective notes, perhaps demonstrating this on the board for them, and/or sharing different ideas from the class 11 Always return: come back and repeat at least some of the unit's exercises again a few days later This helps your students to keep the information in their heads for longer Present continuous, present simple and will Talking about the future In this unit you learn to use different tenses to talk about the future You learn when you use the present continuous, the present simple and will Sophie Hi, Tom What are you doing this weekend? Tom I’m visiting my sister in London The train leaves in a few minutes I’ll text you when I get there Sophie OK Have a great time! When you talk about plans for the future, you often use the present continuous What are you doing this weekend? I ’m getting the train to London this afternoon We’re going to that new restaurant tonight When you talk about something in the future which happens at a definite time, you often use the present simple You often use a time expression too The train leaves in a few minutes My holiday starts on Monday When your exams finish? When you promise or offer to something in the future, you use will I’ll text you when I get there I’ll give it back to you next week You can also use will when you are sure about something in the future She’s working late tonight She’ll be home after 7.00 We won’t be at school tomorrow It’s a holiday 10 Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) UNIT Present continuous, present simple and will Remember! There are three forms of will: • positive You can use either will or Tl These forms not change r u n wm see you next week They’ll be here at p.m Ml • negative You can use either will not or won’t These forms not change She won’t / will not be here until this evening We won’t / will not be very late • question Will you call me when you get there? Will we be home by tomorrow? ' 1PM Exercise Write the present continuous form of the verb in brackets to complete each sentence, as shown nsih n tjf Next weekend we (visit) my sister in Brisbane I _ (see) Rachel on Saturday Jane and I _ (go out) tonight (swim) this afternoon Martha (have) a Halloween party on Saturday W e _ I (take) Sophie out for a birthday dinner tonight Exercise Complete the sentences by writing one word in each gap, as shown are does What time will be wi/f What time He won't _ is am _ you be back tonight? _ your train leave? home before midnight I seeing Guy and Miranda tonight W hat _ you doing this summer? Where exactly in Germany _ Liz staying? Exercise Match the questions to the answers, as shown When you leave tom orrow ? - a Saturday, August 26th Which restaurant are you going to tonight?\ b We're going cycling What are you doing this weekend? \c Probably not I won't be home before midnight, Will I see you later tonight? d We fly at o'clock in the afternoon, Is Rebecca coming tonight? e That French restaurant on Hills Road What day you come back from your holiday? f Yes, she said so 11 Answer key Present continuous, present simple and will Exercise d f e b Exercise 1 are visiting or 're visiting c a am seeing o r'm seeing are going out Exercise ever ever is swimming o r's swimming never ever are having or 're having never never Exercise d e f a am taking o r'm taking Exercise will am b does are c be is Exercise gone Exercise d c been e 5f been b a gone been Exercise gone does doing seeing be Exercise leaves No No Yes No Yes Yes Exercise f e &b a J L b 6d Prepositions Exercise Exercise going I'll meeting doing won't see Present perfect Exercise 1a b 2e 5d c 6f a c f 5d b e Exercise 1f d c 5e 3a b 115 with Exercise Yes Yes to to No Yes at at No No Exercise agree watch Possessive pronouns Exercise to ask think tell talk Exercise 1 d e f a b c Exercise his yours mine hers theirs ours Exercise c f a e A little and a few d b Exercise 1 plenty hardly Exercise mine ours a few lot yours his couple little hers theirs Exercise a few X lot of X Exercise hers one a few / Several X his ours little X Plenty / ones yours Exercise much several Exercise That umbrella is mine plenty hardly Is that pen yours? couple a little He's a friend of mine Exercise of with to at about from Exercise No No No Yes Yes Yes She's a colleague of Amy's Exercise f b a d e c Is he a friend of yours? Is that mine or yours? or Is that yours or mine? Possessive Exercise lots a few little a little few Several Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) s and s’ Exercise 1 b e a c d f Answer key Units 3-8 Exercise Exercise teeth half work bed wives were the dentist's the theatre feet are hospital the post office Exercise Exercise Keith's school yet? My parents' the cinema end of university in the United States week's the airport the theatre Exercise What's Alex's dog's name? Exercise I've put your coat at the bottom of the stairs My brother ate all my food Wayne is starting a new job in a week's time I'd like both those dresses What are the students' nationalities? I see my parents every weekend What's the name of the hotel where you stayed? The boys went to Josh's house every day You can watch the world's top sportsmen and women at the Olympic Games My other sister is at home Exercise Exercise another another other other another both the back of Exercise any every London's some no other another six months'time of the sofa The chef broke all the eggs of the swimming pool My wife's Exercise father's Past continuous of the car students' parents' of the tickets Articles and other words before nouns Exercise 1 the Exercise 1 travelling waiting saw had happened getting Exercise were you talking to found athe, ba heard aa, bThe a listened a the saying were you doing 117 having Exercise Yes working met No No getting dropped Yes No Exercise e b Exercise Is it raining d a Are there f c Exercise visiting No Will it be There was Exercise 5 Wasn't there Yes Yes No No No Yes it is going to be or it's going to be 10 Exercise was coming dropped saw was waiting was cycling sat Questions Exercise 1 are these the next train leaves the door is locked you open There and It sentences is your sister is her new boyfriend Exercise 1 wasn't were will Did Exercise Which books you need to take with you? Have How often you go to the gym? Exercise Is there a doctor in this building? He asked me where I work It has been a wonderful holiday It won't be easy to find the house There weren't any problems with the car Was it cold outdoors last night? There is going to be a storm Exercise It's Can you tell me when the show starts? How long is the movie? Why was the letter written in French? Exercise What long Which How How why Exercise It was b a There's been d c there have been e f There was It isn't Exercise long Exercise Yes Yes No No Yes Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) why whose like who Which Answer key Units 8-13 Exercise When was the food cooked? Link words Exercise How high is the wall? How often are these computers checked? Which pictures you like best? Can you tell me how to use this machine? Whose story was read to the class? 11 12 Adjectives Exercise 1 tallest most expensive smarter heavy hotter or so nor both but that Exercise both nor not only or so and Exercise Yes Yes No No No Yes Exercise hardest colder expensive Exercise difficult or smaller better and but neither nor so Exercise b d Exercise c a His behaviour was neither clever nor funny e f The food was not only healthy but also delicious I was so tired I had to go to bed Exercise busy frightened keen delicious Both the car and the bike were stolen I need either a knife or some scissors The weather was so bad we decided to go home careful Exercise Exercise Yes No Yes No No Yes Exercise What is the best time to visit you? I'm excited about my new car Nick is younger than everyone in his class This chair is the least comfortable Jo is very fond of milk chocolate Peaches are the sweetest fruit a b e f d c 13 Time clauses Exercise 1 e a f c b d Exercise to although while to when 119 Exercise Exercise although it rained a lot need cook if you want to watch the news? don't work won't have although it was Saturday will buy will want after you had dinner? while you were out Exercise Yes Yes Exercise when No No No Yes Exercise g iv e s / offers / before to If although to Exercise he'll make X be A Marion can sing while Jeffrey plays the piano cooks / m eetX Please make some tea after you've washed the Exercise cups Call this number if you want to make an appointment Angela texted her parents to give them the good will be gets invites fail don't eat I'll be news Simona didn't take her gloves although it was snowing Exercise Your jacket will get wet if you leave it outside Will you buy me a car when you're rich? If you don't work, you don't earn money You'll get too hot if you sit in the sun Exercise Billy, what did you with the dictionary after you used it? Although I didn't like James, I helped him with his homework If I see Julia I'll talk to her Will you sing if I play the guitar? Will you come to the beach tomorrow if it's sunny? If there is a fire, ring 999 What will you if I give you all this money? When I am old, I will stay in expensive hotels 15 Adverbs Jeremy sent this card to wish me happy birthday Exercise Before you can watch football on television you b a c f e d have to tidy your room Exercise while if after he has to 14 Zero and first conditionals basically in fact these days down the road practically kindly Exercise Exercise 1 e Exercise f c b a d Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) in around over here next along Answer key Units 13- Exercise a c Exercise 1left my shoes near the door f b Can you drive me to the station tomorrow? e d Make sure you cross the road very carefully She keeps the cookies on the top shelf • Exercise afterwards normally finally occasionally at once soon Exercise suddenly luckily in town afterwards all the way along the river Boris always eats his food very slowly Did you speak to Beth unkindly yesterday? Exercise yesterday never badly afterwards always politely 17 Modal verbs (I) 16 Adverb position Exercise 1 Yes No Exercise 1 always goes Yes No No Yes sometimes go Exercise have to mustn't never forgets must not have often have don't have have to usually plays see you tomorrow Exercise If Exercise d have to must not a b can have to c e must able to Exercise Yes No Exercise No No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yesterday our family moved Exercise mustX were not able a great view over the city could / m ust/ see the beach clearly don't have to / couldn't X Exercise 4 will never Today 1put Exercise 6 always like m u stn 't/ not able / m u s t/ haven't X aren't/ can / Exercise 18 Modal verbs (2) to X Exercise 1 f c d e b a oughtn't / shouldn't / should X better X Exercise shouldn't go Exercise may come could call could walk will probably be might help might not be Exercise rain be able run arrive want go Exercise No No Yes No Yes Yes Ought / ought to ask ought to wear shouldn't should rest 'd better not try Exercise better to not had not Ought Exercise ought ought shouldn't better not should better 20 Modal verbs (4) Exercise Our team probably won't win the competition Could you afford to buy a new computer? My parents might give me a laptop The water may be too cold for swimming I'll probably ask my mum to come with me I'm sure that Alfie couldn't see us Exercise to give X d o n 't/ asked X m ig h t/ s ta y / being X Exercise 11 won't VVUl 1I come Would Shall 'II help make Will Exercise won't won't Will will will Shall Exercise e 19 Modal verbs (3) b d c a 6f Exercise 1 No No Exercise Yes Yes Shall 1cook the dinner for everyone tonight? Yes No My brother won't tell me why he is laughing Do you think Dad will take me to the airport? Exercise Ben says he will write to Emma every day ought not Ought we This jar's lid won't come off should better He'll most of the hard work for you better not Should Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) Answer key Units 18-23 Exercise Yes Yes Yes No No No 22 Question tags Exercise 1 don't you has it Exercise are there won't / didn't he will / haven't they S h a ll/ weren't you won't X Exercise shall X won't / c e f d a b 21 Passive Exercise Exercise 1 a c f e b d isn't it haven't you haven't they you isn't she Exercise given made taken told eaten done does it Exercise t h e y / wasn't it / Exercise was Were don't they / were was didn't they / was weren't aren't th e y / is it X Exercise Have been Exercise haven't served Yes, there are Has hasn't No, he hasn't Yes, it was No, it hasn't Exercise were Have Yes, I have are is Yes, there were has was Exercise given have been cleaned stolen kept 23 Verbs not normally used in continuous forms Exercise 1d f e c a b 123 Exercise Exercise Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes Exercise Exercise are feeling smell give would like know think helped expects are thinking belong taught Exercise Exercise are seeming X are you tasting / to him to be feels / to eat him eat weren't thinking / Are you hearing X don't seem / Exercise cam eX coo k/ Exercise to know X You're liking X to him X are / to end / is having X to have / looks / I'm thinking / you're understanding X Exercise 's tasting or is tasting don't understand or not understand isn't thinking or is not thinking knows Exercise Yes No No No Yes Yes 25 Pronouns and adjectives doesn't like or does not Exercise 1 c a don't believe or not believe f b e d Exercise another coffee? other ones' any others? another 24 Verbs followed by two objects Exercise 1 Don't let me forget to buy some stamps at the post office Stephanie would like you to play tennis with her this afternoon another one Exercise other other Do you think you can make the printer start working again? another another Shall we give Helen a bunch of flowers? others another Danny wants his friends to visit him while he's in hospital The visitors took Tom a box of chocolates Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) Answer key Units 23-27 Exercise Exercise Does she have any other friends? each myself Would you like another drink? ourselves who We had a few other problems Are there any other cakes? Exercise Shall we try another cafe? yourself you which myself each who Could you tell the others? Exercise other another any one 27 the others Exercise Phrasal verbs a Exercise others any another one other ones 26 Relative pronouns and reflexive pronouns Yes Yes Yes Yes No No other himself yourselves ourselves another each c Exercise b d c e a f on switch it off made it up got out of his car found out put it off I switched off the light Gemma puts her clothes away in the cupboard Harry made up a story for his children John found out some information on the Internet Exercise c f a d e b Jill put her coat on in the hall My sister is looking after my two children Exercise after Exercise 4 ourselves themselves yourselves herself itself No Yes out in up off away Exercise up Exercise Yes d b Exercise Exercise No e Exercise Exercise 1 yourself f on on for up off Yes 125 Exercise 28 Requests, offers and invitations What about renting a car on holiday? Exercise Can I anything to help? Shall I shut the computer down? f b Do you need anything from the supermarket? c e Would you like some more pasta? d a Can you please close the door? look to go get seeing 29 Agreeing, disagreeing and telling people what you want and need Exercise download Exercise Not at all, any time What about pizza for lunch? Exercise 1 Yes Yes Would you mind giving me that file? Let's join No No the tennis club Yes May I have another cake? Could you tell me the right answer, please? Exercise 1f d e c a b No, thanks I'm not hungry Exercise must needs to Sure Here you are needs must Not at all must I'm sorry, I'm busy Let's not that Exercise I've just sat down - maybe the next one! Great I can wear my new walking boots Thanks, but I'm busy on Saturday Of course - but don't break it! I'm sorry, I'm going out with Jim tonight Exercise No No Yes Yes Yes No Let me the washing-up Exercise agree need What about a glass of orange? opinion must Would you like to come swimming this afternoon? have true Would you mind helping me with my homework? Exercise Exercise Can I help you with your project? Do you need a towel for the beach? I agree that this computer game is too easy! In my opinion the pictures are quite boring Exercise But it's true that the music's good No Yes No No Yes Yes Work on your Grammar Pre-intermediate (A2) I need to get some new games I'll have to borrow some from my friends I need to phone them soon Answer key Units 28-30 , 30 Suggesting advising and saying that you're sure Exercise 1 d f b a c e Exercise I'm not sure Let's Shall we must You should Exercise Why don't we can't be I'm not sure What about She should Exercise I'm sure could be can't be Let's 1think you should I'm sure Exercise No Yes No Exercise be/ we X to X h ave* not / could / Exercise No No Yes No Yes Yes 127 Collins Bring your studies to LIF English for Life Prepare for the English you will come across in real li e calls b i o ^terru starting conversatioi JO D applications 978 - - 00 - 749776-8 Level: A2 Pre-interm ediate 978 - - 00 - 749774-4 978 - - 00 - 749777-5 If you need help finding our books, please e-mail us at collins.elt@harpercollins.co.uk www.collinselt.com nt Collins Work on your Grammar - Pre-intermediate is a new practice book that will help you to improve your spoken and written English Work through the exercises and see the difference good grammar can make to your success in English The book features: Simple explanations of the grammar you need to know at this level Remember! boxes which give you helpful tips for natural and accurate English A clear design with lots of space for your answers Illustrations to help you understand An answer key so you can check your progress CEF level A2 Suitable for self-study and classroom use Collins 'Work on your ' is a new series for learners of English from Elementary to Advanced level £9.99 CAN$ 19.99 ISBN You can trust Collins COBUILD The 4.5-billion-word Collins Corpus is the world's largest database of the English language It is updated every month and has been at the heart of Collins COBUILD publishing for over 20 years Our experts have carefully selected the grammar points in this book, so you can trust Collins to help you speak and write accurate and up-to-date English 978-0-00-749955-7 78 0 07 9 5 www.collinselt.com > ... Answer key 115 111 Introduction Welcome to Work on your Grammar - Pre- intermediate (A2), Is this the right book for me? This book, Work on your Grammar - Pre- intermediate (A2), helps students to learn... we could win Work on your Grammar Pre- intermediate (A2) Possessive pronouns Using pronouns to show who things belong to mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs; one/ones; no/none In this unit you... something in the future She’s working late tonight She’ll be home after 7.00 We won’t be at school tomorrow It’s a holiday 10 Work on your Grammar Pre- intermediate (A2) UNIT Present continuous, present
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