Oxford English Grammar Course – Advanced

Oxford English Grammar Course – Advanced
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Michael Swan & Catherine Walter
3 أغسطس 2019
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Oxford English Grammar Course – Advanced
Michael Swan & Catherine Walter
A Grammar Practice Book for Advanced Students of English
Some Useful Grammatical Terminology
List of Topics
List of Topics
Section 1 Basic Sentence Types
Pages 2-l 5
Questions: Revise the Basics
Negatives: Revise the Basics
Not and No
Negative Questions
More About Negatives
Let’s; Let Me Elc
Exclamations: Revise the Basics
More Practice
Section 4 Past and Perfect Tenses
Pages 40-57
Simple Past and Past Progressive:
Revise the Basics
Present Perfect and Simple Past:
Revise the Basics
Present Perfect Progressive: Revise the Basics
Simple Past and Present Perfect: Summary
More About Simple Past and Past Progressive
More About the Present Perfect
More About the Present Perfect Progressive
Past Perfect: Revise the Basics
More About the Past Perfect:
Time Conjunctions
Past Perfect Prog Ressive
This is the First Time Etc
More Practice
Section 5 Modalverbs
Pages 58-77
Introduction 58
Modals: Revise the Basics 59
Ability: Can and Could 60-61
Permission: Can, Could, May and Might 62
Obligation: Must and Have (Got) to 63
Obligation: Should and Ought to 64
Certainty: Must, Can’t, Will, Should 65
Probabilityandpossibilityimoy,might, 66-67
Can, Could
May Have Gone, Should Have Told Etc 68-70
Had Better 71
Be Supposed to 71
Will and Would’. Willingness; Typical Behaviour 72
Usedto 73
Need 74
More Practice 75-77
Sectton 2
Be,have and Do Pages 16-21
Be: Progressive Forms; Do Be
There is: Revise the Basics
There is: More Complex Structures
Hove: Revise the Basics
Do: Emphasis
Section 3 Present and Future
Pages 22-39
Present Tenses: Revise the Basics
I Nstructions, Commentaries, Stories
More About Present Tenses
Non-progressive Verbs
Future: Revise the Basics: Will, Going to
Or Present Progressive?
More About the Present Progressive, 32*33
Going to and Will
Be + Infinitive: I Am to … Etc
Future Progressive
Future Perfect
Future in the Past
More Practice
List of Topicssection 6 Passives Pages 78-87
Revise the Basics
Reasons for Using Passives
Complex Passive Structures
Other Advanced Points
More Practice
Shction 7 Infinitives and -ing Forms
Pages 88-1 09
Revise the Basics
Perfect Infinitives and -ing Forms
Infinitive Without Fo
Verb + Infinitive
Verb + -ing Form
Verb + Object + Infinitive or -ing Form
Infinitive and -ing Form Both Possible
Phone Calls to Make; Nothing to Eat
Infinitive With Its Own Subject: for … To …
Determiners With -lng Forms:
My Speaking Elc
More Practice
Nouns for Activities: Using Have, Make, 132
Do Etc
A Note on Gender: He, She or It?
Structures After Nouns
Personal Pronouns
Reflexives (Myself Etc); Each Other /
One Another
One, You and They (General Meaning)
Singular They
More Practice
Section 10 Determiners (1): Articles,
Demonstratives and Possessives
Pages 142-‘,55
Articles: Preliminary Note
Articles: Revise the Basics
More About Generalising With a/an
And the
Section I Various Structures With Verbs
Pages 1 10-123
Verbs With Object + Adjective/noun
Revise the Basics: Verbs With Prepositions
And Adverb Particles
More About Prepositional Verbs
More About Phrasal Verbs
Verbs With Two Objects
Some Causative Structures Wilh Have,
Get and Make
More Practice
Section 9 Nouns and Pronouns
Pages 124-141
Countable and Uncountable
Mixed Singular and Plural
Noun + Noun or Preposition Structure
Possessive Structure or Other Structure
Articles:other Points 148-149
Demonstratives:fhls, That,these,those 150-15i
Possessives: My, Mine Elc 152-153
More Practice 154-155
Section 1 1 Determiners (2): Quantifiers
Pages 156-“,7”,
Introduction 156
All 157
Whole and All 158
Both 159
Either and Neither 159
Every and Each 160
Some, Any, No, Nonei Revise the Basics 161
Some/any or No Article 162
More About Some 163
Moreabout Anyandno 164
Much, Many, More and Most 165
Iittle, Few, Less, Fewer, /eosf and Fewest 166
Enough 167
Quantifying Phrases 168
Of With Quantifiers 169
More Practice
List of Topics Xisection 12 Adjectives, Adverbs and
Comparison Pages172-191
Adjective or Adverb?
Adjectives: Order
Position of Adjectives
Participles Used as Adjectives
Adjectives Without Nouns
Structu Res After Adjectives
Adverb Position (1)
Adverb Position (2): With the Verb
Comparison: as … As
-er and -est or More and Mosf?
Double Comparative Structures
More About Comparatives
More About Superlatives
Much, for Elc With Compa Ratives
And Superlatives
Much in Affirmative Sentences?
Such and So
Like and as
More Practice
Section 13 Prepositions
Time: Revise the Basics
In and on (Place): Revise the Basics
Df (Place and Movement): Revise the Basics
Prepositions With -ing Forms
End-position of Prepositions
Prepositions Before Conju Nctions
Six Confusable Prepositions
Six More Confusable Prepositions
More Practice
Section 14 Conjunctions,clauses
And Tenses
Conjunctions: Revise the Basics
And and or
Double Conjunctions : Both …and;
(N)either … (N)or
Tensesimplificationafterconjunctions 204-205
Past Tense With Present or Future Meaning 206
More Practice 207
Xii List of Topics
Section 15 Adjective (Relative) Clauses
Relatives: Revise the Basics
Identifying and Non-identifying
Relative Clauses
Reduced Relative Clauses
Prepositions in Relative Clauses
Relatives: Other Points
More Practice
Sectl0t{ 16 Noun Clauses
Indirect Speech: Revise the Basics
Indirect Speech: More About Tenses
Indirect Speech: Other Points
Verbs in Thaf-clauses: Subjunctives
Verbs in That-clauses: Should
More About Thaf-clauses
More About Question-word Clauses
Preparatory Lt
More Practice
Section 17 Adverbclauses
If How Many’conditionals’?
Lf Revise the Basics
Lf and Ln Case
If More Advanced Points
If Informal Structures
Notes on Some Conjunctions
Whoeve R, Whatever, Wh Erever Etc
Participle Clauses
Ofter …ing, on …ing Etc
Infinitive Clauses
More Practice
Information Structure: What Comes First?
Information Structure: Getting the Right
Pronoun Problems
Linking Clauses With Conjunctions and
Special Word Order: Fronting
Special Word Order: Inversion
Emphasis: It … Thot
Emphasis: What … Is/was
Discourse Markers
Reading Complicated Sentences
Complex Noun Phrases in Writing
Mixed Structures
Ellipsis After Auxiliaries
Ellipsis With Infi Nitives
Ellipsis With So and Nof
Ellipsis Afler and, but and or
Ellipsis at the Beginning of Spoken Sentences 281
The Structure Ofspoken Sentences.
Short Answers, Reply Questions and
Question Tags
Three Kinds of Spoken Question
Politeness: Using Questions
Politeness: Being Indirect
Emphasis in Speech: Stress
Abbreviated Styles
News Headlines
Part 1: Word and Sentence Grammar
Part2: Grammar Beyond the Sentence
Answer Key
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