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Living English Structure, 5/e

Living English Structure,  5/e

Author(s):
  • William Stannard Allen
  • Author: William Stannard Allen
    • ISBN:9788131728499
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131728498
    • Price:Rs. 299.00
    • Pages:338
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available
    • With   CD


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    This cult textbook provides clear explanations and graded practice in the key points of the English language. It takes students from elementary level upto and beyond Cambridge First Certificate in English, and the exercises are graded at each point into elementary, intermediate and advanced.

    Table of Content

    1. Countables and uncountables
    2. Negatives and questions (elementary)
    3. Possessives
    4. -self
    5. Adverb order
    6. Pronouns
    7. Possessive case
    8. Introduction to interrogatives
    9. Telling the time
    10. Too and enough
    11. some and any
    12. no=not any
    13. Comparisons
    14. Negatives and questions of auxiliary verbs
    15. Causative use of have
    16. Must, have to, need
    17. Can, could, was able,etc.
    18. Short form negative(revision)
    19. Short form responses using auxiliary verbs
    20. Imperative
    21. Present tense
    22. Notes on English tenses
    23. Present Perfect tense
    24. Past Tense
    25. Frequency (or pre-verb) adverbs
    26. Past tense(continued)
    27. Tense (Present, past, Present perfect) Revision
    28. Future and Future perfect
    29. Past Perfect Tense
    30. Revision of Tenses
    31. Conditions and unreal past
    32. Question tags
    33. Get and got forms
    34. Predicative so and not
    35. Do and make
    36. Infinitive implied by its particle
    37. Else and or else
    38. Infinitive
    39. -ing form- Gerund and present participle
    40. Infinitive and Gerund
    41. Perfect Infinitive of Imaginative past
    42. Verb, noun or adjective
    43. Have a –
    44. Interrogatives
    45. Interrogative responses
    46. Relatives
    47. Relative and interrogative links
    48. Emphatic connectives (-ever forms)
    49. Emphatic colloquial interrogatives
    50. There is and it is
    51. Reported speech
    52. Passive Voice
    53. Miscellaneous exercises
    54. Phrase Openings
    55. The comparison game
    56. Prepositions and Adverbial particles
    57. Accepted phrases
    58. Appendix on Clauses

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