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LONGMAN ENGLISH GRAMMAR PRACTICE

LONGMAN ENGLISH GRAMMAR PRACTICE

LONGMAN ENGLISH GRAMMAR

LONGMANENGLISH GRAMMARPRACTICEfor intermediate studentsL. G. AlexanderLongman

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  • Page 4 and 5: ContentsTo the student 11 The sente
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  • Page 8 and 9: To the studentWhy do we learn gramm
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    3 Articles3.3 The definite article:

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    3 Articles3.4 The definite article:

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    3 Articles3.5 The zero article (1)3

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    3 Articles3.6 The zero article (2)3

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    4 Pronouns4.1 Personal pronouns4.1

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    4 Pronouns4.24.2AStudy:[•g'One''O

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    4 Pronouns4.3 'It' and 'one/some/an

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    4 Pronouns4.44.4AStudy:ИPossessive

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    4 Pronouns4.54.5AStudy:изReflexiv

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    4 Pronouns4.64.6AStudy:ШDemonstrat

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    5 Quantity5.1 Quantifiers + countab

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    5 Quantity5.25.2AStudy:изGeneral

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    5 Quantity5.3 Uses of 'some', 'any'

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    5 Quantity5.45.4AStudy:0'Much', 'ma

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    5 Quantity5.5 'Both' and 'all'5.5A

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    5 Quantity5.6 'All (the)', '(a/the)

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    5 Quantity5.7 'Another', '(the) oth

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    6 Adjectives6.1 Formation of adject

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    6 Adjectives6.2 Position of adjecti

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    6 Adjectives6.3 Adjectives that beh

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    6 Adjectives6.46.4AStudy:E3Adjectiv

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    6 Adjectives6.5 The comparison of a

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    77.17.1AStudy:ИЗAdverbsAdverbs of

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    7 Adverbs7.2 Adverbs of time7.2A Po

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    7 Adverbs7.3 Adverbial phrases of d

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    7 Adverbs7.4 Adverbs of frequency7.

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    7 Adverbs7.5 Adverbs of degree7.5A

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    7 Adverbs7.6 Intensifiers7.6A 'Very

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    7 Adverbs7.77.7AStudy:\ШFocus adve

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    7 Adverbs7.8 Viewpoint adverbs, con

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    8 Prepositions, adverb particles an

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    8.1 Prepositions, adverb particles

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    8.1 Prepositions, adverb particles

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    8.1 Prepositions, adverb particles

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    8.1 Prepositions, adverb particles

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    8.1 Prepositions, adverb particles

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    8.1 Prepositions, adverb particles

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    8.1 Prepositions, adverb particles

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    99.19.1AStudy:l**lVerbs, verb tense

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    9 Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives9.

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    9 Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives9.

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    9 Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives9.

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    9 Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives9.

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    9 Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives9.

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    9 Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives9.

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    , peían ves9.89.8AStudy:I**]The si

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    a veros, vero tenses, imperatives9.

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    9 Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives9.

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    10 Be, Have, Do10.1 'Be'as a full v

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    10 Be, Have, Do10.210.2AStudy:EH'Be

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    10 Be, Have, Do10.310.3 AStudy:ВTh

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    10 Be, Have, Do10.4 Verbs related i

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    10 Be, Have, Do10.5 'Have' as a ful

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    10 Be, Have, Do10.610.6AStudy:Ш'Ha

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    iuo, i lave, L/U10.7 'Do'as a full

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    11 Modal auxiliaries and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    11 Modal auxiliarles and related ve

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    12 The passive and the causative12.

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    12 The passive and the causative12.

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    12 The passive and the causative12.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    13 Questions, answers, negatives13.

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    1414.114.1AStudy:SUConditional sent

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    14 Conditional sentences14.2 Type 2

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    14 Conditional sentences14.3 Type 3

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    14.4 Mixed conditionals; 'unless/if

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    15 Direct and indirect speech15.215

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    15.3 Indirect statements with tense

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    15.4 Indirect questions with tense

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    15.5 Uses of the to-infinitive in i

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    15.6 When we use indirect speech'Yo

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    16.1 The bare infinitive and the to

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    16.2 The bare infinitive or the '-i

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    16.3 Verb (+ noun/pronoun) + fo-inf

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    16.4 Adjectives and nouns + to-infi

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    16.5 The '-ing' formA6 The gerund a

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    16.6 Verb + the '-ing' form16.6C 'W

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    16.7 Adjectives, nouns and preposit

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    16.8 The to-infinitive or the '-ing

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    Indexas though - continueas though:

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    Indexfrom - -ing formfrom: preposit

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    Indexmuch - ormuch: quantifier 5.1,

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    Indexquestion-word questions-statem

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    Indexverbs - zero articleverbs (con

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E1.2C Sentences wit

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E1.7C Sentences wit

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E1.12B 'It being' a

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E2.6B Nouns with a

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E3.4B 'The' to refe

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E4.6 Demonstrative

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E5.6D Context1 whol

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    Key7.1 A-7.3A7 Adverbs7.1 Adverbs o

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E7.5B 'Fairly'1 qui

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E8.3 Particular pre

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E9.2C The simple pr

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E9.8 The simple fut

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E10.4 Verbs related

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E11.2E Context1 had

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    Key11.11A-11.13E11.7D 'It's (high)

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    Key12.1 A-12.3В12 The passive and

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E13.2B Cancelling w

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E13.7F ContextI 'Wh

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    Key14.3B-15.1A14.3B 'If I had been

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E15.3A (continued)1

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    Key16.1D-16.4A16.1D Context1 made t

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    Key 11.11A-11.13E16.6C 'We apprecia

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