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Elements of Success: 1: Split Edition Student Book A with essential Online Practice Split ed [Mixed media product]

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  • Formatas: Mixed media product, aukštis x plotis x storis: 281x216x9 mm, weight: 550 g, Illustrations, unspecified
  • Serija: Elements of Success
  • Išleidimo metai: 07-Aug-2014
  • Leidėjas: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0194028216
  • ISBN-13: 9780194028219
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
  • Mixed media product
  • Parduodama tik Estijoje.
  • Formatas: Mixed media product, aukštis x plotis x storis: 281x216x9 mm, weight: 550 g, Illustrations, unspecified
  • Serija: Elements of Success
  • Išleidimo metai: 07-Aug-2014
  • Leidėjas: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0194028216
  • ISBN-13: 9780194028219
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
Elements of Success is a new grammar course which helps students learn the real-world grammar they need to read, communicate, and write effectively. Grammar is clearly presented with highly visual charts and explanations, and extensive four-skills practice helps students apply and remember what they learn.

Online Practice Plus takes learning beyond the classroom, with all new practice activities and automatic feedback which not only gives the right answers but explains why the answers are correct.

With comprehensive resources for teachers including iTools Online.
1 Introduction to Parts of Speech Warm-Up 2(24)
1.1 Nouns
4(4)
Spelling Note: A and An
6(2)
1.2 Subject Pronouns and the Verb Be
8(2)
1.3 Adjectives
10(3)
1.4 Possessives
13(2)
1.5 Subjects, Verbs, and Sentences
15(4)
Usage Note: Words That Are Nouns or Verbs
17(2)
1.6 Imperatives
19(6)
Wrap-Up
22(1)
Grammar in Reading
22(2)
Grammar in Speaking
24(1)
1.7 Summary of Parts of Speech
25(1)
2 The Verb Have Warm-Up 26(20)
2.1 Positive Statements with Have/Has
28(3)
2.2 Negative Statements with Have
31(3)
2.3 Yes/No Questions with Have
34(4)
Usage Note: Common Phrases with Have
36(1)
Pronunciation Note: Reduction of Do You
37(1)
Pronunciation Note: Intonation in Yes/No Questions
38(1)
2.4 Questions with When, What, and How Many
38(7)
Usage Note: At, In, and On
40(3)
Pronunciation Note: Intonation in Wh- Questions
43(1)
Wrap-Up
44(1)
Grammar in Reading
44(1)
Grammar in Speaking
44(1)
2.5 Summary of the Verb Have
45(1)
3 Simple Present Warm-Up 46(28)
3.1 Positive Statements with the Simple Present
48(5)
Spelling Note: -s and -es Endings on Simple Present Verbs
49(2)
Pronunciation Note: -s and -es Endings on Simple Present Verbs
51(2)
3.2 Adverbs of Frequency with the Simple Present
53(4)
Usage Note: Time Expressions with the Simple Present
56(1)
3.3 Negative Statements with the Simple Present
57(3)
3.4 Yes/No Questions with the Simple Present
60(6)
Usage Note: Frequency Expressions with the Simple Present
64(2)
3.5 Wh- Questions with the Simple Present
66(7)
Wrap-Up
71(1)
Grammar in Reading
71(1)
Grammar in Speaking
72(1)
3.6 Summary of the Simple Present
73(1)
4 The Verb Be Warm-Up 74(28)
4.1 Positive Statements with Be + Noun Phrase
76(3)
Usage Note: Making Introductions
77(2)
4.2 Positive and Negative Statements with Be + Adjective
79(7)
Usage Note: Very and Really
82(1)
Pronunciation Note: He's vs. His
83(1)
Usage Note: Adverbs of Frequency with Be
84(2)
4.3 Be + Place
86(3)
4.4 Yes/No Questions and Short Answers with Be
89(3)
Usage Note: It for Weather and Time
91(1)
4.5 Wh- Questions with Be
92(4)
4.6 The Simple Present of Be vs. Other Verbs
96(5)
Usage Note: Answering Be Questions with Other Verbs
98(1)
Wrap-Up
99(1)
Grammar in Reading
99(1)
Grammar in Speaking
100(1)
4.7 Summary of the Verb Be
101(1)
5 Nouns, Articles, and Quantifiers Warm-Up 102(34)
5.1 Introduction to Nouns
104(2)
5.2 Singular Nouns and Plural Nouns
106(6)
Spelling Note: -s and -es Endings
108(2)
Pronunciation Note: -s and -es Endings
110(2)
5.3 Count Nouns and Noncount Nouns
112(3)
5.4 A and An with Singular Count Nouns
115(3)
5.5 Some and Any
118(2)
5.6 No Article (0) with Plural Count Nouns and Noncount Nouns
120(2)
5.7 The
122(5)
Pronunciation Note: Pronouncing A, An, and The
123(2)
Usage Note: Common Phrases with The
125(2)
5.8 Quantifiers
127(8)
Usage Note: Measure Words
131(1)
Wrap-Up
132(1)
Grammar in Reading
132(2)
Grammar in Speaking
134(1)
5.9 Summary of Nouns, Articles, and Quantifiers
135(1)
6 There Is/There Are and Pronouns Warm-Up 136(28)
6.1 Positive Statements with There Is and There Are
138(2)
6.2 Using There Is and There Are with Different Kinds of Nouns
140(3)
Pronunciation Note: There Are vs. They're
141(1)
Usage Note: Using Subject Pronouns after There Is and There Are
142(1)
6.3 Negative Statements with There Is and There Are
143(3)
6.4 Yes/No Questions with Is There and Are There
146(2)
6.5 Questions with How Many-and How Much + Are There and Is There
148(2)
Pronunciation Note: Stress in Questions with How Much and How Many
149(1)
6.6 This, That, These, and Those
150(3)
6.7 Object Pronouns
153(4)
Pronunciation Note: Reducing Him, Her, and Them
154(3)
6.8 Possessive Pronouns and Questions with Whose
157(6)
Wrap-Up
161(1)
Grammar in Reading
161(1)
Grammar in Speaking
161(2)
6.9 Summary of There Is/There Are and Pronouns
163(1)
7 Present Progressive Warm-Up 164
7.1 Positive Statements with the Present Progressive
166(6)
Spelling Note: Adding -Mg to Verbs
168(2)
Usage Note: Using 'IWo -ing Verbs with One Subject
170(2)
7.2 Negative Statements with the Present Progressive
172(3)
7.3 Yes/No Questions with the Present Progressive
175(2)
7.4 Wh- Questions with the Present Progressive
177(5)
Pronunciation Note: Contractions with Wh- Words
178(4)
7.5 Simple Present vs. Present Progressive
182(3)
7.6 Action Verbs and Non-Action Verbs
185(8)
Usage Note: Think, Have, and Look
188(3)
Wrap-Up
191(1)
Grammar in Reading
191(1)
Grammar in Speaking
192(1)
7.7 Summary of the Present Progressive
193
Resources R-2
Index I-1
Audio Track List T-2