Advaced Grammar is Use by Martin Hewings

By Martin Hewings

Complex Grammar in Use comprises a hundred and twenty devices of grammar rationalization and perform workouts. The e-book presents insurance of these language parts advanced-level scholars will locate so much profitable to check. The ebook keeps the readability of presentation of different books within the 'in Use' kinfolk. Two-page devices current grammar rationalization and examples, together with ordinary pupil error, on left-hand pages, and helpful and sundry perform on right-hand pages. additional perform routines in the back of the ebook offer additional tough and contrastive perform of grammar issues from various devices. There are necessary appendices facing verb types, and a word list. Grammar components are cross-referenced through the publication.

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Accidents happen in the home, however safe we try to make them. When the weather was good, we go walking in the hills every weekend. Answer these questions by expanding the notes, using an appropriate verb tense. If you can, use used to in your answer. (B) 1 How often did you see Judith? (We / meet / every day for lunch) We used- to meet every •for lunch. 2 Where did you learn to speak Japanese? (We / work / Tokyo for three years) 3 Where in Malaysia were you living? (We / live / east coast) 4 How long have you known each other?

We often use will + infinitive in sentences like these with little difference in meaning, although the present simple suggests that the arrangement is fixed and definite (See also Unit 11C). jD L We don't use the present simple when we talk about PERSONAL PLANS or PREDICTIONS. Instead we use will, going to, or the present continuous (see Units 11 and 12): • I'm really exhausted. ) However, we prefer the present simple if we can make a definite, specific prediction because an activity or event is part of an official arrangement such as a timetable or programme (see A): • There is a full moon tonight.

A He might have liked it. b He might like it. 2 When she went out this morning she left her briefcase here. 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.

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