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Практическая грамматика английского языка : (с ключами). Уровень обучения А1/А2: учебное пособие

Автор: Дроздова Т. Ю.

Год: 2014

Издательство: Антология

Место издания: Санкт-Петербург

ISBN: 978-5-94962-225-4

Страниц: 400

Форматы: PDF

цена: 350 руб.

Учебное пособие предназначено для начинающих и продолжающих изучение английского языка (уровень А1 и А2). Работа с изданием направлена на последовательное детальное изучение основных разделов грамматики английского языка. Объяснения даются на русском языке с использованием таблиц, схем и моделей. В издании более 500 упражнений, выполненных в виде рабочей тетради. Книга содержит ответы-ключи, что позволяет успешно использовать пособие для самостоятельной работы.

The Verb
1. The Verb “to be”
1.1 The Verb “to be”. Forms and Meanings
1.2 “To Be”: Questions and Negatives
1.3 “There + Be” Construction
1.3.1 “There + Be”: Questions and Negatives
2. The Verb “to have”
2.1 The Verb “to have”. Forms and Meaning
2.2 Questions and Negatives
2.3 “Have”: Habitual and Repeated Actions
2.4 “Have”: Actions
3. The Simple Tenses
3.1 The Present Simple Tense
3.1.1 Questions and Negatives in the Present Simple Tense
3.2 The Past Simple Tense
3.2.1 Questions and Negatives in the Past Simple Tense
3.2.2 Habitual Actions in the Past – “Used to”
3.3 The Future Simple Tense
4. The Continuous Tenses
4.1 The Present Continuous Tense
4.1.1 Talking about the Future
4.1.2 The Present Continuous and the Present Simple
4.2 The Past Continuous Tense
4.2.1 The Past Simple and the Past Continuous
4.2.2 Talking about an Activity that Was Interrupted by an Event
5. The Perfect Tenses
5.1 The Present Perfect Tense
5.2 The Present Perfect and the Past Simple
5.3 Review of Tenses
5.4 The Past Perfect Tense
5.4.1 Questions and Negatives
5.5 Review of Tenses: The Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect
5.6 The Future Perfect Tense
6. Modal Verbs
6.1 “Can”. Forms and Meanings
6.2 “May”. Forms and Meanings
6.3 “Must”. Forms and Meanings
6.3.1 “Must” and Its Equivalent “Have to”
6.3.2 Prohibition or Absence of Necessity: Mustn’t or (Not) Have to
6.3.3 The Functions of the Verb “Have” in a Sentence
6.4 “Should”
6.4.1 Modal Verbs. Summing up
6.5 Modals: Doubt or Uncertainty
7. Summing up: Questions and Negatives
7.1 Questions
7.1.1 “Yes/No” Questions
7.1.2 Wh-questions or Special Questions
7.1.3 Tag Questions
7.2 Negatives
8. Reported Speech
8.1 The Sequence of Tenses
8.2 Reported Statements
8.3 Reported Command and Request
8.4 Reported Questions
8.4.1 Indirect General Question
8.4.2 Indirect Special Question
9. The Passive Voice
9.1 Formation of the Passive Voice
9.2 Use of Prepositions in Passive Constructions
9.3 Verbs with Prepositions in the Passive Voice
9.4 Some Difficulties in the Use of Passive Constructions
10. Conditional Sentences
10.1 The Future: Tenses after “if” and “when”
10.2 Conditional Sentences
10.2.1 Real Condition: Type I Conditionals
10.2.2 Unreal Condition: Type II Conditionals
10.2.3 Questions and Negatives
11. Structures after Verbs: the Infinitive and the Gerund
11.1 The Infinitive
11.2 The Gerund
11.2.1 Gerund after Verbs
11.2.2 Gerund after Adjectives
11.2.3 Gerund after Some Set Expressions
11.2.4 Gerund after Nouns
11.2.5 Gerund after Prepositions
11.2.6 Gerund Passive
12. The Noun
12.1 Formation of Nouns
12.2 The Plural of English Nouns
12.2.1 Nouns Used Only in the Plural
12.2.2 Nouns Used Only in the Singular
12.3 Countable and Uncountable Nouns
12.4 The Genetive or Possessive Case
13. The Article
13.1 The Indefinite Article “A/An”and the Definite Article “The”
13.2 Use of Articles with Uncountable Nouns
13.3 Use of Articles with Geographical Names
13.4 Special Difficulties in the Use of Articles
13.4.1 Use of Articles with the Names of Seasons and Meals, etc
13.4.2 Use of Articles with the Words School / College / University, Hospital, Work
14. The Pronoun
14.1 Personal and Possessive Pronouns
14.1.1 Subject and Object Pronouns
14.2 Demonstrative Pronouns This/These, That/Those
14.3 Reflexive Pronouns
14.3.1 Pronouns Each Other
14.3.2 Pronouns Other/Another
14.4 Pronouns All, Everybody, Everyone, Everything, Both
14.4.1 Pronouns Each, Every, Both
14.5 Pronouns Some and Any
14.5.1 Some/Any Compounds
14.6 Pronouns Much/Many, Little/Few
15. The Adjective
15.1 Formation of Adjectives
15.1.1 Adjectives Ending in -ing and -ed
15.2 Word Order: Several Adjectives + Noun
15.3 Use of Adjectives after Verbs
15.3.1 Use of Adjectives with Adverbs Too and Enough
15.4 Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives
15.4.1 Making Comparison More Emphatic
15.4.2 Other Ways to Compare Things
16. The Adverb
16.1 Formation of Adverbs
16.2 Confusing Adjectives and Adverbs
16.3 Degrees of Comparison of Adverbs
16.4 Adverbs of Time
16.5 Adverbs of Frequency
16.6 Adverbs of Place and Direction
16.7 Adverbs of Degree, Measure and Quantity
16.8 Adverbs of Probability
17. Linking Words
17.1 Prepositions
17.1.1 Prepositions of Place
17.1.2 Prepositions of Space At, In, On
17.2 Prepositions of Direction
17.2.1 Moving in Space
17.3 Prepositions with Forms of Transport
17.4 Prepositions of Time
17.4.1 Prepositions of Time At, On, In
17.4.2 Prepositions of Time After, Before, By, Till/Until
17.4.3 Prepositions In Time, On Time
17.4.4 Prepositions of Time For, During, From, Since
17.5 The Grammaticl Meaning of Prepositions
17.6 Prepositions Expressing Abstract Relations
17.7 The Place of Prepositions in a Sentence
17.8 The Complex Sentence
17.8.1 Defining Relative Clauses
17.8.2 Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses
17.8.3 Contact Clauses
17.8.4 Object Clauses
Tests
Appendix 1 English Tenses (Active)
Appendix 2 List of Irregular Verbs
Appendix 3 Some Verbs Used with Prepositions
Appendix 4 Expressions with Do and Make
Keys
Literature

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