Grammar in Context Book 3

ISBN-10: 1424079020
ISBN-13: 9781424079025
Edition: 5th 2011
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Description: Heinle's best selling grammar series now has more of what works for students and teachers!Students learn more, remember more, and use language more effectively when they learn grammar in context. Grammar in Context, Fifth Edition presents grammar in  More...

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List price: $48.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Thomson ELT
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 544
Size: 8.40" wide x 10.60" long x 0.90" tall
Weight: 2.574
Language: English

Heinle's best selling grammar series now has more of what works for students and teachers!Students learn more, remember more, and use language more effectively when they learn grammar in context. Grammar in Context, Fifth Edition presents grammar in interesting, informative readings and then recycles the language and context throughout every activity.

Sandra N. Elbaum was an ESL Instructor at Truman College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago, for thirty-six years. She has also taught in elementary and high schools, and in Mexico, Puerto Rico, the former Soviet Union, and Slovakia. Sandy is the author of the popular series Grammar in Context, now in its Fifth Edition. Sandy received her B.A. in Spanish and M.A. in Teaching English as a Second Language from the University of Illinois.

GiC 3 TOC
The Present Perfect
The Present Perfect Continuous
Jobs
An Overview
Job Resume and Cover Letter
The Present Perfect Tense-Forms
The Past Participle
The Present Perfect-Contractions
The Present Perfect-Question Formation
Uses of the Present Perfect Tense-An Overview
The Present Perfect with Continuation from Past to Present
Negative Statements with Since, For, and In
The Present Perfect vs. the Simple Present
Where Have All the Jobs Gone?
The Present Perfect Continuous
The Present Perfect vs. the Simple Past
The Present Perfect with Repetition from Past to Present
The Present Perfect vs. the Simple Past with Repetition
The Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Present Perfect with Indefinite Past Time-An Overview
Questions with Ever1.16 Yet, Already
Questions with Lately and Recently
The Present Perfect Continuous with Ongoing Activities
The Present Perfect with No Time Mentioned
The Present Perfect vs. the Present Perfect Continuous with
No Time Mentioned
Summary
Editing Advice
Test/Review
Expansion Activities
Passive Voice
Participles Used as Adjectives
Get + Participlesand Adjectives
Hollywood
Passive Voice-An Overview 58
The Oscars
The Passive Voice-Form
The Passive and Active Voice-Uses
The Passive Voice without an Agent
The Passive Voice with an Agent
Verbs with Two Objects
The History of Animation
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
The Passive with Get
Participles Used as Adjectives
Charlie Chaplin
Participles Used as Adjectives to Show Feelings
Other Past Participles Used as Adjectives
Being Famous
Past Participles and Other Adjectives with Get
Summary
Editing Advice
Test/Review
Expansion Activities
The Past Continuous
The Past Perfect
The Past Perfect
Continuous
Comparison of Past Tenses
Disasters and Tragedies
Overview of Past Tenses
The Columbia Tragedy
The Past Continuous-Forms
The Past Continuous Tense-Uses
The Past Continuous or the Simple Past
The Titanic
The Past Perfect Tense-Forms
The Past Perfect-Use
When with the Simple Past or the Past Perfect
Wildfires in Southern California
The Past Perfect Continuous-Forms
The Past Perfect Continuous-Uses
The Past Perfect (Continuous) or the Present Perfect (Continuous)
Survivors of the Titanic
Comparison of Past Tenses
Summary
Editing Advice
Test/Review
Expansion Activities
GRAMMAR Modals-Present and Future
Related Expressions
CONTEXT Consumer Warnings
Overview of Modals and Related Expressions
READING Sweepstakes or Scam?
Possibilities-May, Might, Could
Necessity and Urgency with Must, Have To, Have Got To
Obligation with Must or Be Supposed To
Advice with Should and Ought To
READING Telemarketing
Permission and Prohibition
Comparing Negative Modals
Making Suggestions
READING Infomercials
Expectations with Be Supposed To
READING My Elderly Neighbor
Logical Conclusions
Probability vs. Possibility in the Present
Modals with Continuous Verbs
Summary
Editing Advice
Test/Review
Expansion Activities
Modals in the Past
The Kennedys and History in the Making
Overview of Modals in the Past
The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy
Past Probability (Deduction, Conclusion)
Past Possibility
The Cuban Missile Crisis
Past Direction Not Taken John Kennedy, Jr
Past Mistakes
Be Supposed To in the Past
The Media and Presidential Elections
Must Have vs. Had To
Could + Base Form vs. Could Have + Past Participle
More on Couldn't Have
Continuous Forms of Past Modals
Summary
Editing Advice
Test/Review
Expansion Activities
Adjective Clauses
Descriptive Phrases
Computers and the Internet
Adjective Clauses-An OverviewSpam
Relative Pronoun as Subject
Relative Pronoun as Object
Comparing Pronoun as Subject and Object
Relative Pronoun as Object of PrepositioneBay
Where and When in Adjective Clauses
Where, When, That, or Which in Adjective Clauses
Handwritten Letters or E-mail?
Whose + Noun in an Adjective Clause
Adjective Clauses After Indefinite Pronouns
Creating the World Wide Web
Nonessential Adjectives Clauses
Essential vs. Nonessential Adjective Clauses
Descriptive Phrases
Summary
Editing Advice
Test/Review
Expansion Activities
Infinitives; Gerunds
Helping Others
Infinitives-An Overview
Andrew Carnegie, Philanthropist
Verbs Followed by an Infinitive
Object Before Infinitive
Charity and Volunteering
Causative Verbs
Adjective Plus Infinitive
Bicycling to Raise Money for AIDS
Using the Infinitive to Show Purpose
Infinitive as Subject
Infinitive with Too and Enough
Gerunds-An Overview
Helping Others Get an Education
Gerund as Subject
Gerund After Prepositions and

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