longman english grammar practice (the sentence (The complex sentence:…
longman english grammar practice
sentence word order
the simple sentence: verbs with and without objects
the simple sentence: direct and inf=direct objects
the compound sentence
the complex sentence: noun clauses
the complex sentence: relative pronouns and clauses
The complex sentence: 'whose '; defininglnono-defining clauses
the complex sentence: time, place, maner
the complex sentence: reason and contrast
the complex sentence: purpose,result and comparison
the complex sentence: present participle constructions
the complex sentence: perfect/past participle constructions
countable and uncountable nouns (1)
countable and uncountable nouns (2)
number (Singular and plural (1)
number (Singular and plural (2)
the indefinite article: 'a/an'(1)
the indefinite article: 'a/an'(2)
'the definite article 'the' (1)
'the definite article 'the' (2)
the zero article(1)
the zero article(2)
'it' and 'one/some/any/none'
possessive adjetives and possessive pronouns ('my/mine')
reflexive pronouns ('myself')
demostactive adjs/prons ('this); 'some/any/no' compounds ('someone')
Quantifiers + countable and uncountable nouns
general and specific references to quantity
', 'no' Uses of 'some', 'any', and 'none'
'Much', 'many', 'a lot of', '(a) little', 'fewer'. 'less'
'Both' and 'all'
'All (the)', '(a/the) whole', 'each', and 'every'
'Another', '(the) other(s)', 'either', 'each (one of'
Formation of adjetives
Position of adjetives
Adjetives that behave like nouns; -ed/ing' endings
Adjetives after 'be', 'semm', etc.; word order of adjetives
The comparison of adjetives
Adverbs of time
Adverbial phrases of duration
Adverbs of frequency
adverbs of degree
Viewpoint adverbs, connecting adverbs and inversion
Prepositions, adverb particles and phrasal verbs
Prepositions, adverb particles and conjuntions
Preposition of movement and position; prepositions of time
Particular prepositions, particles: contrast (1)
Particular prepositions, particles: contrast (2)
Particular prepositions, particles: contrast (3)
Phrasal verbs: type1, verb + preposition transitive
Phrasal verbs: type 2, verb + particle (transitive)
Phrasal verbs: type 3, verb + particle (intransitive)
Type 4, verb + particle + preposition ( transitive)
Verbs, verb tenses, imperatives
The simple present and present progressive tense (1)
The simple present and present progressive tense (2)
The simple past tense
The simple past tense and progressive tenses
The simple present perfect and present perfect progressive
The simple past perfect and past perfect progressive tenses
The simple future tense
The simple future, the future progressive, the future perfect
'Going to' and other ways of expresing the future
'Be' as a full verb (1)
'Be' as a full verb (2)
'There' + 'be'
Verbs related in meaning to be
'Have' as a full verb= 'possess', 'have got' - 'possess'
'Have' as a full verb meaning 'eat', 'enjoy', etc.
Modal auxiliaries and related verbs
The two uses of modal verbs
Uses of modal (etc/) to express ability and inability
Uses of modal (etc/) to express permession and prohibition
Uses of modals (etc.) to express certainty and possibility
uses of modal to express deduction
uses of modal for offers, request and suggestions
Expressing wishes, etc.: 'i wish, 'if only', 'it's (high) time'
Expressing preference: 'would rather' and 'would sooner'
'It's advisable... '/'It's necessary...'