Advaced Grammar is Use by Martin Hewings

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By Martin Hewings

Complicated Grammar in Use includes a hundred and twenty devices of grammar clarification and perform routines. The e-book presents assurance of these language parts advanced-level scholars will locate such a lot lucrative to check. The e-book keeps the readability of presentation of alternative books within the 'in Use' kinfolk. Two-page devices current grammar rationalization and examples, together with normal pupil errors, on left-hand pages, and worthy and sundry perform on right-hand pages. additional perform routines behind the publication offer extra demanding and contrastive perform of grammar issues from varied devices. There are valuable appendices facing verb varieties, and a thesaurus. Grammar parts are cross-referenced through the e-book.

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30 onwards. "Don't worry. ' • It's late. I think I'll go to bed now. We can use will or going to with little difference in meaning in the main clause of an if-sentence when we say that something (often something negative) is conditional on something else - it will happen if something else happens first: • If we go on like this, we'll / we're going to lose all our money. • You'll / You're going to knock that glass over (if you're not more careful). However, we use will (or another auxiliary), not going to, when we describe a future event that follows another.

A She might have meant to leave it behind. b She might mean to leave it behind. 3 Nobody knows where the jewels have gone. a They might have been stolen. b They might be stolen. 4 Don't throw away the rest of the meat. a We might have wanted it for dinner. b We might want it for dinner. 5 Don't wait for me. a I might have been a few minutes late. b I might be a few minutes late. 2 Adam is late. Use the pictures to say what may/might/could have happened to him. (A) He lYifty/mujht/cowUi hove- got stwdc in a What else do you think may/might/could have happened to him?

I'm not feeling well. In fact, I think I ! 'Closed over the New Year period. ' (Sign on an office window) I'm sure you a good time staying with Richard. We with Tim tonight. 00. ) I wouldn't walk across that old bridge if I were you. It looks like it 1 read in the paper that they the price of gas again. Do you like my new solar watch? Here, I you how it works. ' Complete the sentences with will ('11) or (be) going to and an appropriate verb. If both will and going to are possible, write them both.

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