Colloquial English – The Complete Course for Beginners

Colloquial English – The Complete Course for Beginners
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Gareth King
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25 مارس 2021
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Colloquial English – The Complete Course for Beginners
Gareth King
Contents
Acknowledgements xi
Introduction xii
English spelling xiii
IPA symbols xiv
Grammatical terms used in this book xv
1 Pleased to meet you! 1
In this unit you will learn how to:
• greet people
• say goodbye to people
• introduce yourself to someone
• introduce someone to someone else
• identify people
2 Where are you from? 21
In this unit you will learn how to:
• use the negative
• find out information about people
• talk about things that happen regularly or all the time
• use question words
• say that something belongs to someone
3 Could you tell me where the bank is? 35
In this unit you will learn how to:
• ask and say where things are
• ask the way to places in town
• talk about things that are happening now
• give and understand instructions
• tell people not to do something4 Have you got any bread? 50
In this unit you will learn how to:
• use countable and uncountable nouns
• ask for and buy things in shops
• ask the price of something
• use numbers
• use British money
• say that you want or don’t want something
5 What shall we do today? 68
In this unit you will learn how to:
• make suggestions to do things
• accept and decline suggestions
• discuss plans
• ask about and talk about likes and dislikes
• offer people things
• choose between things
6 Hello, could I speak to Vicki? 87
In this unit you will learn how to:
• talk on the phone
• ask for permission to do things
• use pronoun indirect objects
• make gentle suggestions
• use time expressions
7 What date is it today? 104
In this unit you will learn how to:
• talk about the future
• tell someone what you plan or intend to do
• talk about necessity and having to do things
• use state verbs
8 Can I make an appointment? 125
In this unit you will learn:
• how to make appointments over the phone
• how to use ‘can’, ‘could’ and ‘should’
• how to use two verbs together
• more about state verbs
viii ContentsContents ix
9 I’ve lost my passport! 144
In this unit you will learn how to:
• talk about things that have happened recently
• talk about a sequence of events
• ask people about events that have already happened
• form and use the past simple
• form and use the present perfect
• use some time adverbs
10 Which do you prefer? 164
In this unit you will learn how to:
• compare things
• express preferences
• compare and contrast what people do
• use adverbs of degree
11 I’ll see you at half past five! 185
In this unit you will learn how to:
• make arrangements with people
• tell the time
• use other time expressions
• buy tickets for public transport
• use prepositions in wh-questions
12 You can’t be serious! 204
In this unit you will learn how to:
• talk about what you and others have to do
• say that you’re not sure about something
• talk about possibilities and probabilities
• use the TO-FORM after different types of word
13 The people we met were fantastic! 222
In this unit you will learn how to:
• use who and that in longer sentences
• use prepositions in longer sentences
• use more adverbsx Contents
14 What would you do? 240
In this unit you will learn how to:
• talk about things that haven’t happened
• talk about what might happen
• discuss possibilities
• identify and use the two main types of conditional
in English
15 I said you’d phone back later 256
In this unit you will learn how to:
• report what other people have said
• distinguish between direct and reported speech
• use verbs of saying, reporting and thinking
• form and use the past perfect tense
• recognise the passive
Key to exercises 275
Reference grammar 292
Irregular verbs – alphabetical list 298
Irregular verbs by type 301
Grammar index
Grammar index
Numbers refer to pages. Life and Living themes are in SMALL CAPITALS.
a/an 16
a-adjectives 197
active versus passive 269–70
adjectives, comparative 166
adjectives, superlative 166
adjectives in -ed 139
adjectives in -ing 139
adjectives with prepositions 101
adverb position 235
after 199
another 63
article, indefinite 16
as soon as 93
auxiliary did 55
base-form 29, 37, 95
before 199
bet 252
better off . . . -ing 178
bring 119
C1 conditional 241
C2 conditional 249
can 127
can’t 127, 208
can’t have 212, 266
certainty 208
choosing 81
commands 36
comparative 16
COMPUTERS 219
conditionals 241, 249
could 127
Could you . . . ? 37
countable nouns 51
degree words 173
did auxiliary 55
direct object pronouns 91
do, versus make 232
Don’t . . . 36
don’t think 61
EATING OUT 85
-ed adjectives 139
ed-form 151
either 170
else 136
empty it 108
for (time) 192
forms of the verb 29
future 105, 111, 199
genitive 39
get 46going to 105
goodbye 20
had 156
have 58
have to 206
HIGH STREET 46
HOLIDAYS 201
if 130, 245, 252
if only 252
in case 254
indefinite article 16
indirect object pronouns 91
indirect speech 260
-ing 43, 134, 178
-ing adjectives 139
ing-form after verbs 134
introducing people 6
it, empty 108
Let’s . . . 14, 71
likes and dislikes 77
liking doing things 79
liking things 75
make, versus do 232
may 208
may have 266
May I . . . ? (formal) 95
might 208
mine, yours, etc. 32
MOBILES 219
MONEY 65
must 206
must have 212
my, your, etc. 11
needn’t have 266
negative short forms 22
NETWORKING 219
nouns, countable 51
nouns uncountable 51, 60
n’t 22
NUMBERS 65
object pronouns 91
obligation 206
of genitive 39
offering 75, 76
one 63, 175
other 63
passive 269–70
past continuous 158
past perfect 257
past simple 55, 151, 153, 156
PEOPLE AND POPULATION 237
personal pronouns 9
phone language 89
phrasal verbs 41, 114
pointing out 13, 81
position of adverbs 235
possessive adjectives 11
possessive pronouns 32
possibility 208
prepositions after adjectives 101
prepositions at the end with whwords 190
prepositions in relative clauses 227
present continuous 43
present perfect 145, 153
present simple 24, 93, 130, 199,
241
pronouns, object 91
pronouns, personal 9
pronouns, possessive 32
quantity 51
questions with be 7
quite 173
READING 273
relative clauses 224
306 Grammar indexrelative clauses with prepositions
227
reported speech 260
saying goodbye 20
’s genitive 39
SEASONS 122
Shall I . . . ? 37
short forms 2
short forms, negative 22
should 127
since 192
some 175
SPORT 142
state verbs 117, 132
suggestions 71
superlative 166
suppose 267
tags, questions 4
tag responses 4
take 119
TELEVISION 182
telling the time 186
that relative 224
that’s with wh-words 263
this, that, these, those 13
time 186
time expressions 97, 161,196
to-form 29, 134, 214
to-form after verbs 134, 214
too 173
uncountable nouns 51, 60
unless 254
verb, forms 29
verbs, state 117, 132
very 173
was 156
weak forms 27
WEATHER 122
were 156
What . . . for? 245
What if . . . ? 130
when 199, 245
which 169
who relative 224
wh-questions 30, 190
wh-words 30, 190, 214
Why don’t you . . . ? 95
will-future 111
wish 252
wonder 267
would 249
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