By Ceri Jones, David Riley, John Hughes
Each one point of «Practical Grammar» has a hundred devices, divided into modules of 5 devices. each one module examines a specific region of grammar. The grammar is determined in brief, daily conversations or texts, displaying the language in average occasions which scholars will locate attractive and will relate to. scholars then study the shape, which means and use of the language prior to working towards it in numerous task varieties. A assessment part concludes every one module and average exams cost scholars development. every one point comes with audio CDs and a pin code which permits entry to MyPG for wide extra on-line perform to be used at domestic or in self-access centres. the subsequent are the beneficial properties of this identify: actual language in normal events: this name exposes scholars to grammar at paintings. Listening and pronunciation: there are audio CDs that offer hear and fee help and key pronunciation of the grammar goods. suggestions spotlight universal error and features of English Grammar. general evaluate and growth checks supply scholars the chance to envision their studying.
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Exercises 1 Choose the correct words. Then listen and check. A: Are you spending 1lot / lots of time at the gym these days? B: No, n o t2 much / many. What about you? A: No, I have very3 little / f e w spare time at the moment. B: Me too. A 4 little/few of my friends find time to go out after work but I find there aren’t any hours left for anything else. A: How5 much / many hours do you work a week? B: A 6 lot / lotsl Last week I worked over one hundred hours. A: Don’t you get any holiday? B: 2 I have a 7 little / few days off next week, actually.
Less than you want or need The correct amount / More than you want or need not enough doctors enough doctors too much information too little sleep enough sleep too many patients too few women 48 Exercises 1 2 Choose the correct options. 1 A: Would you like any more to eat? B: No, thanks. I’ve had enough / too little. That was delicious. 2 There are too many / too much cars on the road. 3 4 5 6 There’s too much / isn't enough time in the day. The match was cancelled as there were too few / little players.
Practical Grammar 2 Student Book with Key by Ceri Jones, David Riley, John Hughes