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Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Writing Skills Interactive (Standalone for Students) via Activation Code Card, Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Writing Skills Interactive (Standalone for Students) via Activation Code Card [Digital product license key]

  • Formatas: Digital product license key, aukštis x plotis: 102x115 mm, weight: 7 g, Worked examples or Exercises
  • Serija: Grammar and Beyond
  • Išleidimo metai: 13-Jun-2014
  • Leidėjas: Cambridge University Press
  • ISBN-10: 1107638534
  • ISBN-13: 9781107638532
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Writing Skills Interactive (Standalone for   Students) via Activation Code Card, Grammar and Beyond Level 1 Writing Skills Interactive (Standalone for   Students) via Activation Code Card
  • Formatas: Digital product license key, aukštis x plotis: 102x115 mm, weight: 7 g, Worked examples or Exercises
  • Serija: Grammar and Beyond
  • Išleidimo metai: 13-Jun-2014
  • Leidėjas: Cambridge University Press
  • ISBN-10: 1107638534
  • ISBN-13: 9781107638532
Kitos knygos pagal šią temą:
Writing Skills Interactive Level 1 provides online instruction and practice in a wide range of academic writing skills while building academic and content-specific vocabulary. Each unit includes a vocabulary practice activity, followed by a short text which sets the context for the unit while providing additional context for the vocabulary. The text is followed by an animated presentation of the target writing skill, after which students have the opportunity to practice the skill in three different activities. Each unit closes with a quiz, which allows students to assess their progress.

Daugiau informacijos

Based on extensive research, Grammar and Beyond ensures that students study accurate information about grammar and apply it in their own speech and writing.
Introduction to Grammar and Beyond ix
About the Authors xiii
Acknowledgments xiv
Tour of a Unit xvi
Part 1: The Verb Be
Unit 1 Statements with Present of Be: Tell Me About Yourself
2(12)
Present of Be: Affirmative Statements
3(4)
Present of Be: Negative Statements
7(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About a Person
12(2)
Unit 2 Yes/No Questions and Information Questions with Be Schedules and School
14(12)
Yes/No Questions and Short Answers with Be
15(4)
Information Questions with Be
19(5)
Grammar for Writing: Using Questions to Get Information About a Topic
24(2)
Part 2: Nouns, Determiners, and Pronouns
Unit 3 Count Nouns; A/An; Have and Be: Gadgets
26(12)
Nouns; A/An
27(4)
Be with A/An + Noun
31(2)
Have
33(3)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About a Favorite Place
36(2)
Unit 4 Demonstratives and Possessives: The Workplace
38(14)
Demonstratives (This, That, These, Those)
40(5)
Possessives and Whose
45(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Things and People's Possessions
50(2)
Part 3: Prepositions and Adjectives
Unit 5 Descriptive Adjectives: Skills and Qualities for Success
52(10)
Adjectives
53(4)
Questions with What...like? and How + Adjective
57(3)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Skills and Qualities
60(2)
Unit 6 Prepositions: Around the House
62(14)
Prepositions of Place: Things at Home and in the Neighborhood
63(4)
Prepositions of Place: Locations and Other Uses
67(4)
Prepositions of Time
71(3)
Grammar for Writing: Using Prepositions
74(2)
Unit 7 There Is and There Are: Local Attractions
76(12)
There Is/There Are
77(5)
Yes/No Questions with There Is/There Are
82(4)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Places
86(2)
Part 4: Simple Present
Unit 8 Simple Present: Lifestyles
88(14)
Simple Present: Affirmative and Negative Statements
89(7)
Statements with Adverbs of Frequency
96(4)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Daily Life
100(2)
Unit 9 Simple Present Yes/No Questions and Short Answers: Daily Habits
102(8)
Simple Present Yes/No Questions and Short Answers
103(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing Survey Questions About Habits and Routines
108(2)
Unit 10 Simple Present Information Questions: Cultural Holidays
110(12)
Simple Present Information Questions
111(7)
Questions with How Often
118(3)
Grammar for Writing: Using Questions to Write About Special Days
121(1)
Part 5: Conjunctions
Unit 11 Conjunctions: And, But, Or; Because: Time Management
122(12)
And, But, Or
123(4)
Because
127(5)
Grammar for Writing: Describing the Way You Do Something
132(2)
Part 6: Simple Past
Unit 12 Simple Past Statements: Success Stories
134(14)
Simple Past Statements: Regular Verbs
135(7)
Simple Past Statements: Irregular Verbs
142(4)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About People in the Past
146(2)
Unit 13 Simple Past Questions: Business Ideas
148(10)
Simple Past Yes/No Questions
149(4)
Simple Past Information Questions
153(3)
Grammar for Writing: Writing Questions About People's Activities in the Past
156(2)
Unit 14 Simple Past of Be: Life Stories
158(12)
Simple Past of Be: Affirmative and Negative Statements
159(3)
Simple Past of Be: Questions and Answers
162(6)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Childhood Memories
168(2)
Unit 15 Past Time Clauses with When, Before, and After: Luck and Loss
170(10)
Past Time Clauses with When, Before, and After
171(7)
Grammar for Writing: Telling Stories
178(2)
Part 7: More About Nouns, Determiners, and Pronouns
Unit 16 Count and Noncount Nouns: Eating Habits
180(14)
Count and Noncount Nouns
181(6)
Units of Measure; How Many...? and How Much...?
187(6)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Meals
193(1)
Unit 17 Quantifiers: Some, Any, A Lot Of, A Little, A Few, Much, Many: Languages
194(16)
Quantifiers: Some and Any
195(5)
Quantifiers: A Lot Of, A Little, A Few, Much, Many
200(8)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Indefinite Quantities of Things
208(2)
Unit 18 Articles: A/An and The: Changes and Risks
210(14)
Articles: A/An and The
211(6)
Article or No Article?
217(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Risks and Challenges
222(2)
Unit 19 Possessive Pronouns and Indefinite Pronouns: Meals Around the World
224(14)
Possessive Pronouns
225(6)
Indefinite Pronouns
231(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About an Event
236(2)
Part 8: Imperatives and Modals
Unit 20 Imperatives: Social Customs
238(12)
Imperatives
239(9)
Grammar for Writing: Writing Travel Tips
248(2)
Unit 21 Ability and Possibility: Making Connections
250(14)
Can and Could for Ability and Possibility
251(5)
Be Able To and Know How To for Ability
256(6)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Abilities
262(2)
Unit 22 Requests and Permission: College Life
264(14)
Can, Could, and Would for Requests
265(5)
Can, Could, and May for Permission
270(6)
Grammar for Writing: Writing to Ask for Permission and to Make Requests
276(2)
Part 9: Present and Past Progressive
Unit 23 Present Progressive: Body Language
278(16)
Present Progressive Statements
279(6)
Present Progressive Questions
285(2)
Present Progressive and Simple Present
287(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About What You See
292(2)
Unit 24 Past Progressive and Simple Past: Inventions and Discoveries
294(14)
Past Progressive
295(5)
Time Clauses with Past Progressive and Simple Past
300(6)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About a Past Event
306(2)
Part 10: Subjects, Objects, and Complements
Unit 25 Subject and Object Pronouns; Questions About Subjects and Objects: Fast Food or Slow Food
308(12)
Subject and Object Pronouns
309(4)
Questions About the Subject and the Object
313(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Healthy Living
318(2)
Unit 26 Infinitives and Gerunds: Do What You Enjoy Doing
320(14)
Infinitives
321(5)
Gerunds
326(6)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Things People Like to Do
332(2)
Part 11: The Future
Unit 27 Future with Be Going To, Present Progressive, and Will: The Years Ahead
334(14)
Future with Be Going To or Present Progressive
335(6)
Future with Will
341(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Future Plans
346(2)
Unit 28 Will, May, and Might for Future Possibility; Will for Offers and Promises: Will We Need Teachers?
348(12)
May and Might; Adverbs with Will
349(6)
Offers and Promises
355(3)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Future Predictions and Possibilities
358(2)
Part 12: More Modals
Unit 29 Suggestions and Advice: Study Habits
360(12)
Suggestions and Advice
361(4)
Asking for and Responding to Suggestions and Advice
365(5)
Grammar for Writing: Making Suggestions and Giving Advice
370(2)
Unit 30 Necessity and Conclusions: Getting What You Want
372(12)
Necessity and Conclusions with Have To, Need To, Must
373(9)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About Necessity and Obligation
382(2)
Part 13: Adjective and Adverbs
Unit 31 Adjectives and Adverbs: Making a Good Impression
384(14)
Adjectives and Adverbs of Manner
385(5)
Adjectives with Linking Verbs; Adjectives and Adverbs with Very and Too
390(6)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About People's Behavior in Different Situations
396(2)
Unit 32 Comparative Adjectives and Adverbs: Progress
398(14)
Comparative Adjectives
399(5)
Comparative Adverbs
404(6)
Grammar for Writing: Making Comparisons
410(2)
Unit 33 Superlative Adjectives and Adverbs: Facts and Opinions
412
Superlative Adjectives
413(6)
Superlative Adverbs
419(5)
Grammar for Writing: Writing About the Most, Least, Best, and Worst of Things
424
Appendices
1 Capitalization and Punctuation Rules
A1
2 Spelling Rules for Noun Plurals
A2
3 Verb Forms
A3
4 Common Regular and Irregular Verbs
A15
5 Irregular Verbs
A16
6 Spelling Rules for Possessive Nouns
A17
7 Noncount Nouns and Containers
A17
8 Metric Conversion
A18
9 Subject and Object Pronouns
A18
10 Indefinite and Definite Articles
A19
11 Spelling Rules for Verbs Ending in-ing
A20
12 Spelling and Pronunciation Rules for Simple Present
A20
13 Spelling and Pronunciation Rules for Regular Verbs in Simple Past
A21
14 Adjectives and Adverbs: Comparative and Superlative Forms
A22
15 Adverbs with-/y
A24
16 Modal Verbs and Modal-like Expressions
A25
17 Stative (Non-Action) Verbs
A26
18 Verbs + Gerunds and Infinitives
A26
19 Academic Word List (AWL) Words and Definitions
A27
20 Pronunciation Table International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)
A30
Glossary of Grammar Terms G1
Index I1
Art Credits I7