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Elements of Success: 2: Student Book with essential Online Practice [Mixed media product]

  • Formatas: Mixed media product, aukštis x plotis x storis: 279x216x24 mm, weight: 1264 g, Illustrations, unspecified
  • Serija: Elements of Success
  • Išleidimo metai: 07-Aug-2014
  • Leidėjas: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0194028232
  • ISBN-13: 9780194028233
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
  • Mixed media product
  • Parduodama tik Estijoje.
  • Formatas: Mixed media product, aukštis x plotis x storis: 279x216x24 mm, weight: 1264 g, Illustrations, unspecified
  • Serija: Elements of Success
  • Išleidimo metai: 07-Aug-2014
  • Leidėjas: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0194028232
  • ISBN-13: 9780194028233
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 Simple Present and Present Progressive
Warm-Up
3(1)
1.1 Using the Simple Present
4(3)
1.2 Simple Present Statements
7(5)
Spelling Note: Third-Person Singular Verbs
8(1)
Pronunciation Note: Third-Person Singular Verbs
9(3)
1.3 Questions with the Simple Present
12(4)
Pronunciation Note: Question Intonation
14(1)
Pronunciation Note: Reduced Words
15(1)
1.4 Simple Present of the Verb Be
16(4)
Usage Note: How Questions
19(1)
1.5 Using Time Expressions with the Simple Present
20(3)
1.6 Present Progressive Statements
23(3)
Spelling Note: -ing Verbs
24(2)
1.7 Questions with the Present Progressive
26(3)
Pronunciation Note: Contractions with Wh- Words
27(2)
1.8 Comparing the Simple Present and Present Progressive
29(4)
Usage Note: Verbs with Active and Non-Active Meanings
30(3)
1.9 Imperatives
33(2)
1.10 Using the Present in Speaking
35(3)
1.11 Using the Present in Writing
38(3)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
40(1)
1.12 Summary of the Simple Present and Present Progressive
41(2)
2 Simple Past and Past Progressive
Warm-Up
43(1)
2.1 Using the Simple Past
44(3)
2.2 Simple Past Statements with Regular and Irregular Verbs
47(5)
Pronunciation Note: -ed Verb Endings
48(2)
Spelling Note: Simple Past of Regular Verbs
50(2)
2.3 Simple Past Negative Statements and Questions
52(4)
2.4 Simple Past of the Verb Be
56(3)
2.5 Using And/But/So with the Simple Past
59(3)
2.6 Time Clauses with the Simple Past
62(3)
2.7 Using the Past Progressive
65(4)
2.8 Using Past Forms in Speaking
69(2)
2.9 Using Past Forms in Writing
71(4)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
73(2)
2.10 Summary of the Simple Past and Past Progressive
75(2)
3 Nouns and Articles
Warm-Up
77(1)
3.1 Overview of Nouns
78(3)
Usage Note: Prepositional Phrases
80(1)
3.2 Proper Nouns and Common Nouns
81(4)
3.3 Singular Nouns and Plural Nouns
85(5)
Pronunciation Note: -s and -es Endings
86(1)
Spelling Note: -s and -es Endings
87(3)
3.4 Count Nouns and Noncount Nouns
90(5)
3.5 Subject-Verb Agreement
95(3)
Language Note: There is/There are
96(2)
3.6 Noun Suffixes
98(3)
Spelling Note: Noun Suffixes
99(2)
3.7 Using A/An and Some
101(3)
3.8 Using The
104(3)
3.9 Using No Article (0)
107(3)
3.10 Using Nouns and Articles in Speaking
110(2)
3.11 Using Nouns and Articles in Writing
112(5)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
115(2)
3.12 Summary of Nouns and Articles
117(2)
4 Pronouns and Determiners
Warm-Up
119(1)
4.1 Subject Pronouns
120(3)
4.2 Subject Pronouns vs. Object Pronouns; One and Ones
123(4)
4.3 Reflexive Pronouns
127(3)
Pronunciation Note: Reflexive Pronouns
129(1)
4.4 Each Other and One Another
130(3)
4.5 Indefinite Pronouns
133(4)
Pronunciation Note: Indefinite Pronouns
134(1)
Usage Note: Some- vs. Any-
135(2)
4.6 Demonstratives
137(2)
4.7 Showing Possession
139(4)
Pronunciation Note: Possessive -'s
141(2)
4.8 Overview of Quantifiers
143(1)
4.9 Quantifiers with Plural and Noncount Nouns
144(3)
4.10 Quantifiers with Singular Nouns
147(1)
4.11 Measure Words
148(2)
4.12 Quantifiers for Comparing Amounts
150(3)
4.13 Using Pronouns and Determiners in Speaking
153(2)
4.14 Using Pronouns and Determiners in Writing
155(4)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
158(1)
4.15 Summary of Pronouns and Determiners
159(2)
5 Future Forms
Warm-Up
161(1)
5.1 Statements about the Future with Be Going To
162(3)
5.2 Questions with Be Going To
165(4)
Usage Note: Future Time Expressions
166(1)
Pronunciation Note: "Gonna"
167(2)
5.3 The Future with Will
169(5)
Pronunciation Note: Contractions with Will
171(3)
5.4 Be Going To vs. Will
174(2)
5.5 Using Present Forms to Talk about the Future
176(3)
5.6 Time Clauses with the Future
179(3)
5.7 Using Future Forms in Speaking
182(2)
5.8 Using Future Forms in Writing
184(3)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
186(1)
5.9 Summary of Future Forms
187(2)
6 Modals
Warm-Up
189(1)
6.1 Overview of Modals; Statements with Modals
190(2)
6.2 Questions with Modals
192(1)
6.3 Permission with Can and Could
193(4)
Pronunciation Note: Can/Can't/Could
194(3)
6.4 Offers with Can, Could, May, and 'II
197(4)
Usage Note: Using Several Responses
199(2)
6.5 Requests with Can/Could/Will/Would and Would You Mind
201(3)
Pronunciation Note: Would You/Could You
202(2)
6.6 Desires and Offers with Would Like
204(5)
6.7 Preferences with Would Rather and (Would) Prefer
209(2)
6.8 Advice with Should, Ought To, and Had Better
211(4)
6.9 Suggestions with May/Might/Could and Other Expressions
215(3)
6.10 Obligation with Must, Have To, Had To, and Have Got To
218(4)
Pronunciation Note: Got To
220(2)
6.11 Using Modals and Related Forms in Speaking
222(2)
6.12 Contrasting Modals in Speaking and Writing
224(3)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
225(2)
6.13 Summary of Modals I
227(2)
7 Gerunds and To- Infinitives
Warm-Up
229(1)
7.1 Verb + Gerund
230(3)
Usage Note: Go + Gerund
232(1)
7.2 Preposition + Gerund
233(3)
7.3 Verb + To- Infinitive
236(3)
Pronunciation Note: To
237(2)
7.4 Verb + Gerund or To- Infinitive
239(3)
7.5 Infinitives of Purpose
242(1)
7.6 Gerunds and To- Infinitives as Subjects
243(2)
7.7 Using Gerunds and To- Infinitives in Speaking
245(2)
7.8 Using Gerunds and To- Infinitives in Writing
247(2)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
248(1)
7.9 Summary of Gerunds and To- Infinitives
249(2)
8 Present Perfect and Past Perfect
Warm-Up
251(1)
8.1 Using the Present Perfect (I); Statements
252(4)
Usage Note: For and Since
253(3)
8.2 Using the Present Perfect (II); Yes/No Questions
256(6)
Usage Note: Irregular Past Participles
257(1)
Usage Note: Just, Recently, and Finally
258(2)
Usage Note: Ever and Never
260(1)
Usage Note: Yet and Already
261(1)
8.3 Wh- Questions with the Present Perfect
262(2)
8.4 The Simple Past vs. the Present Perfect
264(3)
8.5 The Past Perfect
267(4)
8.6 Using the Present Perfect in Speaking
271(2)
8.7 Using the Present Perfect and Past Perfect in Writing
273(4)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
276(1)
8.8 Summary of the Present Perfect and Past Perfect
277(2)
9 Modals II
Warm-Up
279(1)
9.1 Present and Future Ability with Can
280(4)
Pronunciation Note: Can and Can't
280(4)
9.2 Present and Future Ability with Be Able To
284(3)
9.3 Past Ability with Could and Was/Were Able To
287(3)
9.4 Strong Certainty about the Present
290(3)
9.5 Weaker Certainty about the Present and Future
293(3)
9.6 Expectations about the Present and Future with Should
296(2)
9.7 Expressing Certainty with Linking Verbs
298(2)
9.8 Expressing Certainty with Adverbs
300(2)
9.9 Used To for Past Habits and States
302(2)
Pronunciation Note: Used To/Use To
302(2)
9.10 Using Modals in Speaking
304(2)
9.11 Using Modals in Writing
306(3)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
308(1)
9.12 Summary of Modals II
309(2)
10 Adjectives and other forms that describe nouns
Warm-Up
311(1)
10.1 Overview of Adjectives and Other Forms That Describe Nouns
312(2)
10.2 Using Adjectives and Noun + Noun Combinations
314(4)
Usage Note: Placement of Adjectives
316(2)
10.3 Using a Series of Adjectives
318(3)
10.4 Adjective Suffixes and Prefixes
321(4)
Spelling Note: The Prefix In-
323(2)
10.5 Introduction to -ing and -ed Adjectives
325(2)
10.6 Multi-Word Adjectives
327(2)
10.7 Prepositional Phrases That Describe Nouns
329(3)
Usage Note: Learning Noun + Preposition Combinations
330(2)
10.8 Introduction to Adjective Clauses
332(3)
Usage Note: Choosing Who or That
334(1)
10.9 Using Adjectives and Other Forms That Describe Nouns in Speaking
335(2)
10.10 Using Adjectives and Other Forms That Describe Nouns in Writing
337(4)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
340(1)
10.11 Summary of Adjectives and Other Forms That Describe Nouns
341(2)
11 Adverbs and Prepositional Phrases
Warm-Up
343(1)
11.1 What Is an Adverb?
344(4)
Usage Note: Adjective or Adverb?
347(1)
11.2 Explaining When and How Often
348(3)
Usage Note: Using Noun Phrases like Adverbs
349(2)
11.3 Explaining Where
351(4)
Usage Note: Using Place, Time, and Frequency Together
353(2)
11.4 Explaining How
355(4)
Spelling Note: Spelling -ly Adverbs
356(2)
Usage Note: By/Without + Gerund
358(1)
11.5 Explaining Why
359(1)
11.6 Explaining To What Degree
360(3)
Usage Note: Placement of Adverbs of Degree
361(1)
Usage Note: Too and Enough
362(1)
11.7 Other Uses of Adverbs
363(3)
11.8 Using Adverbs in Speaking
366(1)
11.9 Using Adverbs and Prepositional Phrases in Writing
367(4)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
370(1)
11.10 Summary of Adverbs and Prepositional Phrases
371(2)
12 Adverb Clauses
Warm-Up
373(1)
12.1 What Is an Adverb Clause?
374(2)
12.2 Adverb Clauses of Time
376(7)
Usage Note: Reduced Clauses with When and While
379(4)
12.3 Adverb Clauses of Reason
383(4)
Usage Note: Using Since in Time Clauses and Reason Clauses
384(1)
Pronunciation Note: Because
385(2)
12.4 Present and Past Real Conditionals
387(3)
12.5 Future Real Conditionals
390(4)
12.6 Using Adverb Clauses in Speaking
394(3)
12.7 Using Adverb Clauses in Writing
397(4)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
400(1)
12.8 Summary of Adverb Clauses
401(2)
13 Comparisons
Warm-Up
403(1)
13.1 Showing Similarities and Differences
404(1)
13.2 Using (Not) As As with Adjectives, Adverbs, and Nouns
405(1)
Usage Note: Making (Not) As As Stronger or Softer
406(1)
Usage Note: As Possible and As Can
407(2)
Usage Note: (Not) As As to Compare Times
409(1)
13.3 Using -er/More/Less with Adjectives and Adverbs
410(1)
Spelling Note: -er Adjectives and Adverbs
411(2)
Usage Note: Making -er/More/Less Forms Stronger or Softer
413(1)
13.4 Using More/Less/Fewer with Nouns and Verbs
414(3)
13.5 Repeated Comparisons and Double Comparisons
417(1)
13.6 Other Ways of Comparing
418(1)
Usage Note: Making The Same, Similar, and Different Stronger or Softer
419(2)
Usage Note: Making Like and Alike Stronger or Softer
421(1)
13.7 Using the + -est/Most/Least Forms of Adjectives and Adverbs
422(1)
Spelling Note: -est Adjectives and Adverbs
423(3)
Usage Note: -est/Most/Least vs. -er/More/Less
426(1)
13.8 Using the + Most/Least/Fewest with Nouns and Verbs
427(1)
13.9 Using Comparisons in Speaking
428(2)
13.10 Using Comparisons in Writing
430(4)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
434(3)
13.11 Summary of Comparisons
437(2)
14 Sentence Patterns
Warm-Up
439(1)
14.1 Sentences, Clauses, and Phrases
440(2)
14.2 Transitive Verbs
442(2)
14.3 Intransitive Verbs
444(2)
14.4 Linking Verbs
446(1)
14.5 Questions
447(3)
Usage Note: Answering Negative Questions
450(1)
14.6 Tag Questions
451(1)
Pronunciation Note: Tag Questions
451(3)
14.7 Multi-Word Verbs
454(3)
14.8 Compound and Complex Sentences
457(1)
Usage Note: Using Commas
458(2)
14.9 Introduction to the Passive
460(3)
14.10 Using Clauses and Phrases in Speaking
463(3)
14.11 Using Linking Expressions and Sentence Variety in Writing
466(4)
Wrap-Up Demonstrate Your Knowledge
470(1)
14.12 Summary of Sentence Patterns
471
Resources 2
Index 1(1)
Audio Track List 2