By F.V. Bywater
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This new version has been completely up-to-date and revised to accompany the fourth variation of English Grammar in Use. The booklet includes 2 hundred assorted workouts to supply scholars with additional perform of the grammar they've got studied. This 'with solutions' model is perfect for self-study. A model with no solutions is obtainable individually.
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He told me to keep quiet about it. ) 3. He told me that Ishould keep quiet about it. ) 4. He told me why he had kept quiet about it. ) 5. He told me how to do it, etc. ) 6. There is no telling him anything. ) 7. The producer made a telling use of colour. ) 8- Who can tell the difference between them? ) Think Think has two principal meanings: a. to have the opinion b. W-&&&%ihpE&trt: tbfopi&nezec.. 1. I think that he is clever. ) 1 . He tried a new method. ) 2. He tried to use a new method. ) 3.
Her deciding to do it at the age of 93 shows she is still full of spirit. Would you mind opening the window? Would you mind my opening the window? Would you mind i f I opened the window? Anything that involves working hard is deprecated nowadays. If that involves my staying indoors on such a lovev day, I am not prepared to do it. 75 Behaving like that is inexcusable. ~ o k n ' behaving s likesthat was a great shockJtous. The following are some of the commonest verbs that are always followed by a gerund without any preposition before it.
He celebrated (get) married by getting drunk. 7. W h y don't you try your hand (w,rite) a play instead of criticising what others have attempted? 8. I really credited her (have) a little more common sense. 9. Boys love playing (be) cowboys and Indians; girls prefer to play (be) mother. 10. She frowned (be) asked such a personal question. 11. Some animals chafe (live) in captivity. 12. I d o not hold (give) children too much pocket money. 13. Do you think I was justified (intervene) in that dispute?
A Proficiency Course in English (Grammar & reference) by F.V. Bywater