Subject verb contract with volume expression (Figure 14-6) Understanding and using the English series Azar Interactive Grammar Series: . . . . PERSONAL PRONOUNS: AGREEMENT WITH GENERIC NOUNS AND INDEFINITE PRONOUNS Simple past tense vs. past progressive: when/while (Figure 9-11) . SUMMARY CHART OF MODALS AND SIMILAR EXPRESSIONS Review Handout Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2 Worksheet 3 Worksheet 3 Worksheet 4 Worksheet 5 Perfect for independent studies or for teachers who want to combine classroom learning with computer learning in the lab. USING WOULD TO EXPRESS A REPEATED ACTION IN THE PAST Development of Grammatical Awareness: Introductory dialogues help students notice how grammar works by highlighting the use of forms. COMBINE INDEPENDENT CLAUSES WITH COCOTHERATIONS. . Appendix 5 Two-round verbs: spelling of -ed and -ing .
Student book: available in full editions and split. CONNECTIVES TO GIVE EXAMPLES AND TO CONTINUE AN IDEA Workbook: available in full and shared edition; offers the practice of self-learning (with answers) for independent studies or use in the classroom. Similarly, this issue places more emphasis on the interactive aspects of the text. Many of the exercises previously called “oral” or “oral (closed books) ” are now reformatted to be used for couple or group work, in addition to their classroom work, which is led by a teacher, to be still viable. This edition promotes interactivity, but leaves users open to decide which level of interactivity best suits their needs. DEGREES OF CERTAINTY: PAST TIME Review Handout Worksheet 1 Worksheet 2 Worksheet 3 Future time clauses with before, after and when (Figure 11-3) Understanding and using English grammar is a development text for advanced or advanced students of English as a second or foreign language. While focusing on grammar, it promotes the development of all language skills in various ways. It serves primarily as a teaching text in the classroom, but also serves as a complete reference text for students and teachers. The Azar Grammar Series combines communicative and interactive approaches with proven grammar teaching and provides accurate, accurate and grammar-level information, with a multitude of exercises, contexts and teaching activities. A couple or couple with ago (past) and in (in the future) (Figure 10-4) USING PAIRED CONJUNCTIONS: BOTH .
. . AND; NOT ONLY… BUT ALSO; either… OR, I don`t want to… always. IT – INFINITE; GERS AND INFINITIVES AS SUBJECTS COMMON VERBS FOLLOWED VON EITHER INFINITIVES OR GERUNDS .