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Essential Grammar in Use with Answers A Self-Study Reference and Practice Book for Elementary Students of English

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ISBN-10: 0521559286

ISBN-13: 9780521559287

Edition: 2nd 1996 (Revised)

Authors: Raymond Murphy

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This is a grammar reference and practice book for elementary learners. It uses clear explanations and appendices along with additional exercises with answers which can be used by learners working independently.
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Book details

List price: $37.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 1/30/1997
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 300
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

To the student
To the teacher
am/is/are (questions)
I am doing (present continuous)
are you doing? (present continuous)
I do / work / like etc. (present simple)
I don't ... (present simple negative)
Do you ...? (present simple questions)
I am doing and I do (present continuous and present simple)
I have ... / I've got ...
was / were
worked / got / went etc. (past simple)
I didn't ... Did you ...? (past simple negative and questions)
I was doing (past continuous)
I was doing (past continuous) and I did (past simple)
I have done (present perfect 1)
I've just ... I've already ... I haven't ... yet (present perfect 2)
Have you ever ...? (present perfect 3)
How long have you ...? (present perfect 4)
for since ago
I have done (present perfect) and I did (past simple)
is done / was done (passive 1)
is being done / has been done (passive 2)
be/have/do in present and past tenses
regular and irregular verbs
I used to ...
What are you doing tomorrow?
I'm going to ...
will/shall (1)
will/shall (2)
can and could
must mustn't needn't
I have to ...
Would you like ...? I'd like ...
there is there are
there was/were there has/have been there will be
it ...
I am / I don't etc.
Have you? Are you? Don't you? etc.
too/either so am I / neither do I etc.
isn't / haven't / don't etc. (negatives)
is it ...? have you ...? do they ...? etc. (questions 1)
Who saw you? Who did you see? (questions 2)
Who is she talking to? What is it like? (questions 3)
What ...? Which ...? How ...?
How long does it take ...?
Do you know where ...? I don't know what ... etc.
She said that ... / He told me that ...
work/working go/going do/doing
to ... (I want to do) and -ing (I enjoy doing)
I want you to ... / I told you to ...
I went to the shop to ...
go to ... / go on ... / go for ... / go -ing
do and make
I/me he/him they/them etc.
my/his/their etc.
Whose is this? It's mine/yours/hers etc.
myself/yourself/themselves etc
-'s (Ann's camera / my brother's car) etc.
a/an ... 65 flower(s) bus(es) (singular and plural)
a car / some money (countable/uncountable 1)
a car / some money (countable/uncountable 2)
a/an and the
the ...
go to work / go home / go to the cinema
I like music I hate exams
the ... (names of places)
some and any
not any no none
not anybody/anyone/anything nobody/no-one/nothing
somebody/anything/nowhere etc.
every and all
all most some any no/none
both either neither
a lot much many
(a) little (a) few
old/nice/interesting etc. (adjectives)
quickly/badly/suddenly etc. (adverbs)
old/older expensive / more expensive
older than ... more expensive than ...
not as ... as
the oldest the most expensive
He speaks English very well. (word order 1)
always/usually/often (word order 2)
still yet already
Give me that book! Give it to me!
at 8 o'clock on Monday in April
from ... to until since for
before after during while
in at on (places 1)
in at on (places 2)
to in at (places 3)
under/behind/opposite etc. (prepositions)
up/over/through etc. (prepositions)
on at by with about (prepositions)
afraid of ... / good at ... etc. preposition + -ing (good at -ing etc.)
listen to ... / look at ... etc. (verb + preposition)
go in fall off run away etc. (phrasal verbs 1)
put on your shoes put your shoes on (phrasal verbs 2)