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Практическая грамматика английского языка. Дроздова Т.Ю.

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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.

 

 

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CONTENTS
The Verb 7
1. The Verb "to be" 7
1.1 The Verb "to be". Forms and Meanings 7
1.2 "To Be": Questions and Negatives 10
1.3 "There + Be" Construction 14
1.3.1 "There + Be": Questions and Negatives 15
2. The Verb "to have" 18
2.1 The Verb "to have". Forms and Meaning 18
2.2 Questions and Negatives 20
2.3 "Have": Habitual and Repeated Actions 24
2.4 "Have": Actions 26
3. The Simple Tenses 28
3.1 The Present Simple Tense 28
3.1.1 Questions and Negatives in the Present Simple Tense 29
3.2 The Past Simple Tense 34
3.2.1 Questions and Negatives in the Past Simple Tense 36
3.2.2 Habitual Actions in the Past-"Used to" 39
3.3 The Future Simple Tense 42
4. The Continuous Tenses 49
4.1 The Present Continuous Tense 49
4.1.1 Talking about the Future 54
4.1.2 The Present Continuous and the Present Simple 58
4.2 The Past Continuous Tense 61
4.2.1 The Past Simple and the Past Continuous 64
4.2.2 Talking about an Activity that Was Interrupted by an Event 66
5. The Perfect Tenses 68
5.1 The Present Perfect Tense 69
5.2 The Present Perfect and the Past Simple 77
5.3 Review of Tenses 79
5.4 The Past Perfect Tense 81
5.4.1 Questions and Negatives 85
5.5 Review of Tenses: The Past Simple, the Past Continuous, the Past Perfect 86
5.6 The Future Perfect Tense 88
6. Modal Verbs 89
6.1 "Can". Forms and Meanings 89
6.2 "May". Forms and Meanings 94
6.3 "Must". Forms and Meanings 99
6.3.1 "Must" and Its Equivalent "Have to" 101
6.3.2 Prohibition or Absence of Necessity: Mustn't or (Not) Have to 104
6.3.3 The Functions of the Verb "Have" in a Sentence 106
6.4 "Should" 108
6.4.1 Modal Verbs. Summing up 110
6.5 Modals: Doubt or Uncertainty 112
7. Summing up: Questions and Negatives 116
7.1 Questions 116
7.1.1 "Yes/No" Questions 116
7.1.2 Wh-questions or Special Questions 119
7.1.3 Tag Questions 123
7.2 Negatives 125
8. Reported Speech 128
8.1 The Sequence of Tenses 128
8.2 Reported Statements 132
8.3 Reported Command and Request 136
8.4 Reported Questions 138
8.4.1 Indirect General Question 139
8.4.2 Indirect Special Question 141
9. The Passive Voice 145
9.1 Formation of the Passive Voice 145
9.2 Use of Prepositions in Passive Constructions 151
9.3 Verbs with Prepositions in the Passive Voice 153
9.4 Some Difficulties in the Use of Passive Constructions 155
10. Conditional Sentences 157
10.1 The Future: Tenses after "if" and "when" 157
10.2 Conditional Sentences 159
10.2.1 Real Condition: Type I Conditionals 160
10.2.2 Unreal Condition: Type II Conditionals 164
10.2.3 Questions and Negatives 166
11. Structures after Verbs: the Infinitive and the Gerund 169
11.1 The Infinitive 169
11.2 The Gerund 171
11.2.1 Gerund after Verbs 171
11.2.2 Gerund after Adjectives 177
11.2.3 Gerund after Some Set Expressions 180
11.2.4 Gerund after Nouns 181
11.2.5 Gerund after Prepositions 182
11.2.6 Gerund Passive 183
12. The Noun 186
12.1 Formation of Nouns 186
12.2 The Plural of English Nouns 190
12.2.1 Nouns Used Only in the Plural 192
12.2.2 Nouns Used Only in the Singular 193
12.3 Countable and Uncountable Nouns 195
12.4 The Genetive or Possessive Case 199
13. The Article 206
13.1 The Indefinite Article "A/An"and the Definite Article "The" 206
13.2 Use of Articles with Uncountable Nouns 217
13.3 Use of Articles with Geographical Names 221
13.4 Special Difficulties in the Use of Articles 223
13.4.1 Use of Articles with the Names of Seasons and Meals, etc 223
13.4.2 Use of Articles with the Words School/College/University, Hospital, Work 225
14. The Pronoun 227
14. 1 Personal and Possessive Pronouns 227
14.1.1 Subject and Object Pronouns 229
14.2 Demonstrative Pronouns This/These, That/Those 231
14.3 Reflexive Pronouns 233
14.3.1 Pronouns Each Other 235
14.3.2 Pronouns Other/Another 237
14.4 Pronouns All, Everybody, Everyone, Everything, Both 238
14.4.1 Pronouns Each, Every, Both 240
14.5 Pronouns Some and Any 243
14.5.1 Some/Any Compounds 245
14.6 Pronouns Much/Many, Little/Few 247
15. The Adjective 251
15.1 Formation of Adjectives 251
15.1.1 Adjectives Ending in -ing and -ed 256
15.2 Word Order: Several Adjectives + Noun 257
15.3 Use of Adjectives after Verbs 259
15.3.1 Use of Adjectives with Adverbs Too and Enough 261
15.4 Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives 263
15.4.1 Making Comparison More Emphatic 269
15.4.2 Other Ways to Compare Things 270
16. The Adverb 274
16.1 Formation of Adverbs 274
16.2 Confusing Adjectives and Adverbs 277
16.3 Degrees of Comparison of Adverbs 281
16.4 Adverbs of Time 284
16.5 Adverbs of Frequency 288
16.6 Adverbs of Place and Direction 290
16.7 Adverbs of Degree, Measure and Quantity 292
16.8 Adverbs of Probability 296
17. Linking Words 299
17.1 Prepositions 299
17.1.1 Prepositions of Place 299
17.1.2 Prepositions of Space At, In, On 302
17.2 Prepositions of Direction 305
17.2.1 Moving in Space 307
17.3 Prepositions with Forms of Transport 311
17.4 Prepositions of Time 312
17.4.1 Prepositions of Time At, On, In 312
17.4.2 Prepositions of Time After, Before, By, Till/Until 314
17.4.3 Prepositions In Time, On Time 317
17.4.4 Prepositions of Time For, During, From, Since 319
17.5 The Grammaticl Meaning of Prepositions 321
17.6 Prepositions Expressing Abstract Relations 323
17.7 The Place of Prepositions in a Sentence 327
17.8 The Complex Sentence 328
17.8.1 Defining Relative Clauses 328
17.8.2 Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses 330
17.8.3 Contact Clauses 331
17.8.4 Object Clauses 333
Tests 336
Appendix 1 English Tenses (Active) 342
Appendix 2 List of Irregular Verbs 343
Appendix 3 Some Verbs Used with Prepositions 345
Appendix 4 Expressions with Do and Make 348
Keys 349
Literature 399
 


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