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English Grammar Drills

English Grammar Drills

English Grammar

  • Page 2 and 3: ENGLISH GRAMMAR DRILLS
  • Page 4 and 5: ENGLISH GRAMMAR DRILLS Mark Lester
  • Page 6 and 7: Contents Preface . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 8 and 9: Preface This book focuses on the gr
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    Articles 43 4. Can you get bread an

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 45 The tall you

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 47 beyond betwe

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 49 As you can s

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 51 We interview

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 53 In this sent

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 55 In the follo

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 57 13. The key

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 59 12. They ide

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 61 1. The Shake

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 63 1. By far th

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    Post-Noun Modifiers 65 Since we typ

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    5 Pronouns In this chapter we will

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    Pronouns 69 Object Him: Her: It: Th

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    Pronouns 71 Subject: Object: Comple

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    Pronouns 73 Of the two solutions, t

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    Reflexive pronouns Pronouns 75 Refl

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    Pronouns 77 4. I told them that I w

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    Pronouns 79 4. I couldn’t help sm

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    Gerunds and Infinitives 81 Exercise

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    Gerunds and Infinitives 83 it Don

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    Gerunds and Infinitives 85 Gerund:

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    Gerunds and Infinitives 87 Infiniti

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    Gerunds and Infinitives 89 13. The

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    7 Noun Clauses Noun clauses are dep

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    Noun Clauses 93 Predicate nominativ

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    Noun Clauses 95 1. That it was over

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    Noun Clauses 97 3. The experiment t

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    Wh- clauses Noun Clauses 99 The sec

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    Noun Clauses 101 it The question is

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    Noun Clauses 103 When we hear or re

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    Noun Clauses 105 9. My friends were

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    Noun Clauses 107 5. They were natur

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    PART 2 Verb Phrases

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    8 Basic Verb Forms This chapter dea

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    Basic Verb Forms 113 We can show th

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    Present tense Basic Verb Forms 115

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    Basic Verb Forms 117 The third-pers

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    Basic Verb Forms 119 16. show 17. f

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    Basic Verb Forms 121 12. approach 1

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    Basic Verb Forms 123 Base hop rob r

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    Present participle Basic Verb Forms

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    Basic Verb Forms 127 fly freeze hid

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    9 Verb Tenses This chapter deals wi

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    Verb Tenses 131 Been is a helping v

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    Verb Tenses 133 The present tense i

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    Verb Tenses 135 The use of the past

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    Verb Tenses 137 past tense present

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    Verb Tenses 139 The audience took t

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    Verb Tenses 141 The train leave the

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    Verb Tenses 143 The practical diffe

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    Verb Tenses 145 12. The design cons

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    Future progressive Verb Tenses 147

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    Simple Verb Complements 149 In this

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    Simple Verb Complements 151 The old

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    Simple Verb Complements 153 it I ne

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    Simple Verb Complements 155 Even mo

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    Simple Verb Complements 157 The obv

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    Simple Verb Complements 159 14. We

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    Simple Verb Complements 161 3. The

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    Simple Verb Complements 163 14. Our

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    Simple Verb Complements 165 1. The

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    11 Multiple Verb Complements A comp

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    Multiple Verb Complements 169 6. Pa

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    Multiple Verb Complements 171 1. My

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    Multiple Verb Complements 173 In bo

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    Multiple Verb Complements 175 8. Th

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    Multiple Verb Complements 177 He dr

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    Multiple Verb Complements 179 8. Th

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    Multiple Verb Complements 181 That

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    Multiple Verb Complements 183 Even

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    Multiple Verb Complements 185 causa

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    Multiple Verb Complements 187 Exerc

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    Multiple Verb Complements 189 Objec

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    Multiple Verb Complements 191 14. I

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    Adverbs 193 3. now 4. also 5. even

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    Adverbs 195 honest jealous last qui

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    Adverbs 197 Adjectives due gay true

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    Adverbs 199 completely The plan was

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    Adverbs 201 Exercise 12.5 Underline

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    Adverbs 203 Sub Conj statement I’

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    Adverbs 205 Adverb infinitive phras

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    Adverbs 207 Adverbs of place (singl

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    Order of adverbs Adverbs 209 There

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    Adverbs 211 14. to get any real com

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    PART 3 Sentences

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    13 Questions and Negatives Every la

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    Questions and Negatives 217 The bas

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    Questions and Negatives 219 2. You

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    Questions and Negatives 221 Here ar

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    Questions and Negatives 223 3. That

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    Questions and Negatives 225 8. The

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    Questions and Negatives 227 Noun ph

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    Questions and Negatives 229 Here ar

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    Questions and Negatives 231 11. He

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    Questions and Negatives 233 3. The

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    Questions and Negatives 235 5. Why

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    Questions and Negatives 237 Here is

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    Questions and Negatives 239 7. I am

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    Questions and Negatives 241 Exercis

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    Questions and Negatives 243 changes

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    Questions and Negatives 245 Often a

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    Questions and Negatives 247 Exercis

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    14 The Passive In most sentences, t

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    The Passive 251 3. Finally, the mys

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    The Passive 253 McGraw-Hill publish

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    The Passive 255 Active: Passive: Mo

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    The Passive 257 10. They are talkin

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    15 Indirect Quotation There are two

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    Indirect Quotation 261 Present prog

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    Indirect Quotation 263 3. Rudy said

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    Indirect Quotation 265 In many lang

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    Indirect Quotation 267 4. They aske

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    Indirect Quotation 269 Exercise 15.

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    Final Review 271 Exercise 16.2 (Cha

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    Final Review 273 4. Be careful, the

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    Final Review 275 Exercise 16.9 (Cha

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    Final Review 277 5. The students co

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    Final Review 279 Exercise 16.16 (Ch

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    Final Review 281 9. I certainly sym

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    Final Review 283 4. reply 5. ship 6

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    Final Review 285 6. We go for a swi

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    Final Review 287 8. She dressed up

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    Final Review 289 2. What book have

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    Final Review 291 8. After the prese

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    Final Review 293 Exercise 16.34 (Ch

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    Answer Key Chapter 1 Exercise 1.1 1

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    Answer Key 297 Exercise 2.3 1. capa

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    Answer Key 299 Chapter 4 Exercise 4

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    Answer Key 301 4. that you can wear

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    Answer Key 303 Exercise 6.2 1. Putt

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    Answer Key 305 using his hands. 4.

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    Answer Key 307 Chapter 9 Exercise 9

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    Answer Key 309 Exercise 10.4 1. Ins

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    Answer Key 311 of State for Latin A

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    Answer Key 313 Exercise 11.13 1. Ob

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    Answer Key 315 last ice storm, the

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    Answer Key 317 Exercise 13.6 1. ∅

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    Answer Key 319 Chapter 14 Exercise

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    Answer Key 321 of her car yet. 9. A

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    Answer Key 323 Exercise 16.12 1. my

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    Answer Key 325 Exercise 16.25 1. vi

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