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Blending communicative and interactive approaches with tried-and-true grammar teaching, "Basic English Grammar, " Third Edition, by Betty Schrampfer Azar and Stacy A. Hagen, offers concise, accurate, level-appropriate grammar information with an abundance of exercises, contexts, and classroom activities. New features of "Basic English Grammar," Third Edition: Increased speaking practice through interactive pair and group work. New structure-focused listening exercises. More activities that provide real communication opportunities. Added illustrations to help students learn vocabulary, understand contexts, and engage in communicative language tasks. New Workbook solely devoted to self-study exercises. New Audio CDs and listening script in the back of the Student Book. Student Book is available with or without Answer Key. Student Book and Workbook are available in split versions.
The second edition of this worktext presents basic structures and vocabulary in a step-by-step building process. It provides various oral exercises to develop speaking and listening skills and vocabulary.
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Preface to the Second Edition CHAPTER 6 EXPRESSING FUTURE TIME 6-1 Future Time: Using be going to 6-2 Words Used for Past Time and Future Time 6-3 Using a couple of or a few with ago (Past) and in (Future) 6-4 Using today, tonight, and this + morning, afternoon, evening, week, month, year 6-5 Future Time: Using will 6-6 Asking Questions with will 6-7 Verb Summary: Present, Past, and Future 6-8 Verb Summary: Forms of be 6-9 Using what + a Form of do 6-10 may/might vs. will 6-11 maybe (One Word) vs. may be (Two Words) 6-12 Future Time Clauses with before, after, and when 6-13 Clauses with if 6-14 Expressing Habitual Present with Time Clauses and if-Clauses 6-15 More Irregular Verbs 6-16 More Irregular Verbs CHAPTER 7 EXPRESSING ABILITY 7-1 Using can 7-2 Using can: Questions 7-3 Using know how to 7-4 Using could: Past of can 7-5 Using very and too + Adjective 7-6 Using too many and too MUCH + Noun 7-7 Using too + Adjective + Infinitive 7-8 Using too + Adjective + for (someone) + Infinitive 7-9 Using Adjective + enough 7-10 Using enough + Noun and More + Noun 7-11 Using enough + Infinitive 7-12 Using be able to 7-13 Polite Questions: may I, could I, and can I 7-14 Polite Questions: could you and would you 7-15 Imperative Sentences 7-16 Using two, too, and to 7-17 More About Prepositions: at and in for Locations 7-18 More Irregular Verbs CHAPTER 8 NOUNS, PRONOUNS, AND ADJECTIVES 8-1 Modifying Nouns with Adjectives and Nouns 8-2 Word Order of Adjectives 8-3 Expressions of Quantity: all of, most of, some of 8-4 Expressions of Quantity: Subject-Verb Agreement 8-5 Expressions of Quantity: one of, none of 8-6 Using every 8-7 Possessive Nouns 8-8 Possessive: Irregular Plural Nouns 8-9 Possessive Pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs 8-10 Questions with whose 8-11 Summary: Uses of the Apostrophe 8-12 Summary: Uses of Nouns 8-13 Connected Nouns: Noun + and/or + Noun 8-14 Summary: Uses of Adjectives 8-15 Summary: Personal Pronouns 8-16 Indirect objects 8-17 Indirect objects: Using for 8-18 Indirect objects with buy, get, make 8-19 Indirect objects with explain and introduce 8-20 More Irregular Verbs CHAPTER 9 MAKING COMPARISONS 9-1 Comparisons: Using the same (as), similar (to), anddifferent (from) 9-2 Comparisons: Using like and alike 9-3 The Comparative: Using -er and more 9-4 Using as . . . as; Using less 9-5 Using but 9-6 Using Verbs afterbut 9-7 The S