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By Geoffrey Leech, Jan Svartvik

A Communicative Grammar of English was once first released in 1975, seeing that then the e-book has demonstrated itself as a grammar leading edge in procedure, trustworthy in insurance, and transparent in its causes. it really is now on hand during this absolutely revised and redesigned 3rd variation to supply up to date and obtainable support to lecturers, complex newcomers and undergraduates scholars of English. a very new Workbook co-authored through ELT experts Edward Woods and Rudy Coppieters also will accompany this version. This variation is split into 3 components: half One: A advisor to using this ebook, this appears to be like on the means English grammar varies in numerous sorts of English, for instance ¿formal¿ and ¿informal¿, ¿spoken¿ and ¿written¿ half : Grammar in use, an important half, provides grammar during the eyes of the communicator and makes a speciality of the makes use of of grammar instead of on grammatical constitution half 3: A-Z in English grammar offers an alphabetically prepared advisor to English grammar

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Do I have to register in person? How do I get there? Is there a bus stop nearby? © 1997 Prentice Hall Regents. Duplication for classroom use is permitted. 3. Ticket booth: a. Do you have tickets for (group/event name)? b. How much are they? c. Can you send them to me? d. Can I buy tickets at the door? e. Do you have student rates? 4. County fair information office: a. b. c. d. e. What dates are you open? What are your hours? Is there a bus stop nearby? How can I get there by car? Is there parking nearby?

For lower levels: Instructor: Student 1: Instructor: Student 1: Student 2: Instructor: Student 2: Student 3: swim swam eat (throws ball) ate drive (throws ball) drove 2. RELAY Materials: Dynamic: Time: Procedure: Board, 2 markers or pieces of chalk Teams 10 minutes 1. Divide the class into two teams and have them line up on either side of the classroom. Write the same list of irregular verbs (simple form) on each side of the board, but list them in different order. 2. The first student from each line goes to the board and chooses any verb to write in the past form.

E. Is flight 62 on time? At what gate does it arrive? Which terminal is it in? How do I get to the airport? Is there short-term parking? 6. College information line: a. b. c. d. e. When does the semester begin? Is it too late to register? Do I have to register in person? How do I get there? Is there a bus stop nearby? © 1997 Prentice Hall Regents. Duplication for classroom use is permitted. 3. Ticket booth: a. Do you have tickets for (group/event name)? b. How much are they? c. Can you send them to me?

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