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Grammar Links 3 A Theme-Based Course for Reference and Practice

ISBN-10: 0618274146
ISBN-13: 9780618274147
Edition: 2nd 2005
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Description: The final volume in the four-volume, theme-based Grammar Links series combines a traditional focus on form with a communicative approach to help high-intermediate level students link grammar to the real world in written and spoken formats. The text  More...

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List price: $61.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 3/25/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.266
Language: English

The final volume in the four-volume, theme-based Grammar Links series combines a traditional focus on form with a communicative approach to help high-intermediate level students link grammar to the real world in written and spoken formats. The text offers comprehensive grammar coverage, a strong emphasis on the pragmatics of formal versus informal language, and an abundance of contexualized, four-skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) practice that helps students develop fluency as they master form. Varied exercises, icons, and the use of inductive and discovery techniques contribute to making this a complete grammar text that can be used alone or as part of the series. The design of the text allows instructors to present units in the order needed to fit a particular curriculum. A Grammar Briefing begins each chapter and is followed by systematic practice of all the grammar points introduced, going from more controlled to less controlled, from easier to more difficult, and often from more receptive to more productive and/or more structured to more communicative. Streamlined, easy-to-read grammar charts highlight structures and serve as reference points students can revisit throughout the course and for exam preparation. Instructor and Student Web Sites offer a full array of support materials ranging from Instructor Resource Manuals and sample syllabi to unit tests and vocabulary flash cards. Unit Wrap-Ups tie the unit grammar together with a series of activitiesincluding reading, writing, editing, and listening/speaking activities. Through this series of open-ended tasks, which build on lessons in the individual chapters, students get communicative practice in all skills and across several chapters.

Present and Past: Simple and Progressive Topic Focus: Natural Time and Clock Time
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Simple Present and Present Progressive I Grammar
Simple Present and Present Progressive II Grammar
Verbs with Stative Meaning
Simple Past and Past Progressive Grammar
Simple Past and Past Progressive I Grammar
Simple Past and Past Progressive II Grammar
Simple Past and Past Progressive in Time Clauses Grammar
Used To:
Present and Past: Perfect and Perfect Progressive Topic Focus: The Pace of Life
Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive Grammar
Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive I Grammar
Present Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive II Grammar
Present Perfect Versus Present Perfect Progressive Grammar
Present Perfect Versus Simple Past
Past Perfect and Past Perfect Progressive Grammar
Past Perfect and Past Perfect Progressive Grammar
Past Perfect Grammar
Past Perfect Progressive; Past Perfect Progressive Versus Past Perfect
Future; Phrasal Verbs; Tag Questions Topic Focus: Travel
Future Time Grammar
Will and Be Going To I Grammar
Will and Be Going To II; Future Time Clauses Grammar
Expressing the Future with Present Progressive, Simple Present, and Be About To
Future Progressive, Future Perfect, and Future Perfect Progressive Grammar
Future Progressive I Grammar
Future Progressive II; Future Progressive Versus Future with Will or Be Going To Grammar
Future Perfect and Future Perfect Progressive I Grammar
Future Perfect and Future Perfect Progressive II
Phrasal Verbs; Tag Questions Grammar
Phrasal Verbs I Grammar
Phrasal Verbs II Grammar
Verb-Preposition Combinations; Phrasal Verbs with Prepositions Grammar
Tag Questions I Grammar
Tag Questions II
Noun Phrases Topic Focus: Food
Nouns, Articles, and Quantifiers Grammar
Nouns; Proper Nouns and Common Nouns Grammar
Count Nouns and Noncount Nouns Grammar
Articles Grammar
General Quantifiers
Modifiers, Pronouns, and Possessives Grammar
Modifiers Grammar
Reflexive Pronouns; Reciprocal Pronouns; Other Grammar
Indefinite Pronouns Grammar
Possessives
Adjective Clauses Topic Focus: Personality
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Adjective Clauses Grammar
Adjective Clauses with Subject Relative Pronouns Grammar
Adjective Clauses with Object Relative Pronouns
More About Adjective Clauses Grammar
Adjective Clauses with Relative Pronouns That Are Objects of Prepositions Grammar
Adjective Clauses with Possessive Relative Pronouns Grammar
Adjective Clauses with Where and When
Gerunds and Infinitives Topic Focus: Entertainment
Gerunds and Infinitives Grammar
Gerunds Grammar
Infinitives I Grammar
Infinitives II
More About Gerunds and Infinitives Grammar
Verbs + Gerunds and Infinitives Grammar
Performers of the Actions of Gerunds and Infinitives Grammar
Verbs Followed by Base Forms
Modals Topic Focus: Courtship and Marriage
Modals Grammar
Overview of Modals Grammar
Modals of Ability Grammar
Belief Modals Used to Talk about the Present Grammar
Belief Modals Used to Talk about the Future Grammar
Social Modals I: Modals for Permission, Requests, and Offers Grammar
Social Modals II: Modals for Suggestions, Advice, Expectations, Warnings, and Necessity
More About Modals Grammar
Perfect Modals Grammar
Belief Modals Used to Talk About the Past Grammar
Social Modals Used to Talk About the Past
Passives Topic Focus: World of Sports
Introduction to the Passive Grammar
The Passive I Grammar
The Passive II
More About Passives Grammar
Passives in Progressive and Perfect Tenses Grammar
Passives with Modals Grammar
Get Passives Grammar
Passive Causatives
Conditionals Topic Focus: Natural Disasters
Factual Conditionals; Future Conditionals Grammar
Overview of Conditionals Grammar
Factual Conditionals Grammar
Future Conditionals
Present and Past Unreal Conditionals; Hope and Wish Grammar
Present Unreal Conditionals Grammar
Past Unreal Conditionals Grammar
Sentences with Hope or Wish
Noun Clauses Topic Focus: Popular Fiction
Noun Clauses Grammar
Overview of Noun Clauses Grammar
Noun Clauses with That Grammar
Noun Clauses with Wh- Words Grammar
Noun Clauses with If/Whether
Quoted Speech; Noun Clauses with Reported Speech Grammar
Quoted Speech and Reported Speech Grammar
Changes in Reported Speech; Verb Tense in Reported Speech Grammar
Modals in Reported Speech Grammar
Pronouns and Time and Place Expressions in Reported Speech Grammar
Reported Questions, Commands, and Requests
Adverb Clauses; Connecting Ideas Topic Focus: Advertising and Consumer Behavior
Adverb Clauses Grammar
Adverb Clauses Grammar
Types of Adverb Clauses I Grammar
Types of Adverb Clauses II
Connecting Ideas Grammar
Coordinating Conjunctions Grammar
Connecting Main Clauses That Have the Same Verb Phrase Grammar
Transitions I Grammar
Transitions II

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