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Advanced Grammar in Use | Grammar in Use is the world's best-selling Full answer key at the back of the book, along with additional exercises and a study. Advanced Grammar in Use with Answers, authored by Martin Hewings, is the first choice for advanced (C1-C2) learners of English. It is a self-study book with. Advanced Grammar in Use Book with Answers and Interactive eBook: A Self- study Reference and Practice Book for Advanced Learners of English ( Cambridge.

Each unit consists of two pages. On the left-hand page are explanations and examples; on the right-hand page are practice exercises.

The letters next to each exercise show you which section s of the left-hand page you need to understand to do that exercise. At the back of the book you will ind a number of further sections. Appendices pages and Two appendices provide further information about irregular verbs and passive verb forms. Glossary page Although terms to describe grammar have been kept to a minimum, some have been included, and you can ind explanations of these terms in the Glossary.

Study planner page You can use the Study planner to help you decide which units you should study, or which parts of the Grammar reminder you should read irst. Grammar reminder page This presents examples and explanations of areas of grammar that you are likely to have studied already at earlier stages of learning English. References on the left- hand page of each unit point you to the sections of the Grammar reminder relevant to that unit.

Read these sections to refresh your understanding before you start work on the more advanced grammar points in the unit. Additional exercises page If you want further practice of grammar points, follow the references at the bottom of the right-hand page of a unit. These will tell you which of the Additional exercises to do next. Indexes pages and Use the Indexes to help you ind the grammar or vocabulary you need. How to use the book It is not necessary to work through the units in order.

If you know which grammar points you have dificulty with, go straight to the units that deal with them, using the Contents or Indexes to help you ind the relevant unit. When you have found a unit to study, read through any related material in the Grammar reminder before you begin.

You can use the units in a number of ways. You might study the explanations and examples irst, do the exercises on the opposite page, check your answers, and then look again at the explanations if you made any mistakes.

If you just want to practise an area of grammar you think you already know, you could do the exercises irst and then study the explanations for any you got wrong. You might, of course, simply use the book as a reference book without doing the exercises. Corpus information A corpus is a large collection of texts stored on a computer. In writing Advanced Grammar in Use we have worked with the Cambridge International Corpus CIC , a multi-million word collection of real speech and writing, and the Cambridge Learner Corpus, a collection of exam answers written by students.

From these corpora we can learn more about language in use, and about the common errors made by learners. Using this information, we can be sure that the grammar explanations and examples in the book relect real language, and we can focus on problem areas for learners.

We have also used the CIC to produce word boxes, listing the most common words found in particular grammar patterns. The book will probably be most useful for advanced level students for reference and practice. No attempt has been made to order the units according to level of dificulty.

Instead, you should select units as they are relevant to the syllabus that you are following with your students, or as particular dificulties arise, rather than working through from beginning to end.

Alternatively, you could ask students to do the multiple-choice test in the Study planner page and focus on units that deal with areas of grammar where students are least successful. This is a reference-only section which presents basic knowledge on a number of areas of grammar. It will be useful for students to read through a section before moving on to the more advanced material in the units. At the beginning of each section of the Grammar reminder you will ind information about the unit s it relates to.

There are many ways in which you can use the book with a class. You might, for example, present the explanations on the left-hand page of a unit, and use the exercises for classroom practice. Use always -ing. YotA 're o.. You've made the same mistake again. Some verbs for example, know and Like are not normally used in thisway. We don't say 'I am knowing' or 'they are liking'; we say 'I know', 'they Like'. The following verbs are not normally used in the present continuous: Like want need prefer know realise suppose mean understand believe remember belong fit contain consist seem 0 I'm hungry.

I want something to eat. ThinkWhen think means 'believe' or 'have an opinion ', we do not use the continuous: lJ I think Mary is Canadian, but I'm not sure.

When think means 'consider', the continuous is possible: U I'm thinking about what happened. I often think about it. Lefs open a window. Can you hear it? Look feelYou can use the present simple or continuous to say how somebody looks or feels now: U You Look well today. Compare: J I can't understand why he's being so selfish.

He isn't usually like that. He is very selfish.

I I use it. I I not I remem ber it now. I I think of sell ing my car. Would you be interested in buy ing it? I I think you shou ld sell your car. Use the words in brackets to make sentences. You should also study Unit 3 before you dothis exercise. Is t here anything to eat?

Am I right? Complete the sentences using the most suitable form of be. I wonder w hy. He Lived from to He started composing at the age of five and wrote more than pieces of music. He was only 35 years old when he died. Very often the past simple ends in -ed regular verbs : 0 I work in a travel agency now. Before that I worked in a department store.

For spelling stopped, studied etc. But many verbs are irregular.

The past simple does not end in -ed. For example:write wrote 0 Mozart wrote more than pieces of music. I didn't enjoythey saw did she see?

Units 14 rcisesRead what Laura says about a typical working day: I usually get up at 7 o'clock and have a big breakfast. I walk to work, which takes me about half an hour. I start work at 8. I never have lunch. I finish. I'm always tired when I get home. I usually cook a meal in the evening.

I don't usually go out. I go to bed at about 11 o'clock, and I always sleep well. LauraYesterday was a typical working day for Laura. Write what she did or didn't do yesterday. You ask James about his holiday.

Write your questions. How are things? Fine, thanks. I've just had a great holiday. To the U. We went on a trip from San Francisco to Denver. By car? Yes, we hired a car in San Francisco. Two weeks. In hotels? Yes, small hotels or motels. Yes, but it was very hot - sometimes too hot. Of co urse. Complete the sentences. Put the verb into the correct form, positive or negative.

They started at 10 o'clock and finished at So, at They had not finished playing. C What were you doing at 10 o'clock last night? Compare the past continuous I was doing and past simple I did :Past continuous in the middle of an action Past simple complete action C I was walking home when I met Dan. We often use the past simple and the past continuous together to say that something happened in themiddle of something else: 0 Matt phoned while we were having dinner. You were sitting on the grass and reading a book.

But we use the past simple to say that one thing happened after another: 0 I was walking along the road when Isaw Dan. So Istopped, and we had a chat. We knew each other well. Write sentences as in the examples.

The past continuousis not always necessary see the second example. Use your own ideas to complete the sentences. Use the past continuous. Put the verb into the correct form, past continuous or past simple. Tom and jane at the airport a yesterday when a man She few weeks ago. When I last Iwasscared and I Fortunately it.. He can't find it. He has Lost his key. Lost done been etc.

For a list of irregular verbs, see Appendix 1. When we say that 'something has happened', this is usually new information: 0 Owl I've cut my finger.

There's been there has been an accident. When we use the present perfect, there is a con nection with now. The action in the past has a result now: 0 'Where's your key? I've Lost it. Have you seen it? Note the difference between gone to and been to : 0 james is on holiday. He has gone to Italy. She has been to Italy. Have you just arrived? We use already to say that something happened sooner than expected: 0 'Don't forget to pay your electricity bill.

Yet shows that the speaker is expecting something to happen. Use yet only in questions and negative sentences: 0 Has it stopped raining yet?

You can also use the past simple did, went, had etc. So you can say: 0 ' Is Sally here? Use the following verbs in the present perfect:. Now it is better. The bus fa re Now he has a beard.

Her English Now I have it. Now it is only The letter Put in been or gone. I've just I've bought lots of things. He'll be back in about an hour. Make sentences from the words in brackets.

Refine your editions:

A B1 Would you like something to eat? No, th anks. I I not I read I it yet No, She says, 'Would you like somethi ng to eat? Five minutes later, the phone rings and the ca ller says, 'Can I speak to joe? The waiter thinks you have finished and starts to take yourplat e away.

You say: Wait a minute! You phoned to reserve a table. Later your friend says,'Shall I phone to reserve a table? Perhaps she has been successfu l. You say A friend asks, 'Where are you goingfor your holid ay? Somebody asks, 'I s Li nda still outshoppi ng? DAVE: Really? Have you ever been to China? When we talk about a period of time that continues from the past until now, we use the presentperfect have been I have traveLLed etc. Here, Dave and jane are talking about the places janehas visited in her life, which is a period that continues until now.

C We've never had a car. C 1Have you read Hamlet? She's seen it eight times! Have you been there? In the following examples too, the speakers are talking about a period that continues until now recently I in the Last few days I so far I since breakfast etc. C I've met a lot of people in the Last few days. We haven't had any problems so far.

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I haven't eaten anything since breakfast. We haven't seen each other for a Long time. In the same way we use the present perfect with today I this evening I this year etc. C I haven't seen Tom this morning. Have you? We say: lt's the first time something has happened. For example: This is t he first time 0 Don is having a driving lesson. This is the second time this has happened.

That's the third time he's phoned her this evening.

Advanced Grammar in Use with Answers

Units rcisesYou ask people about things they have done. Write questions with ever. Complete B's answers. Some sentences are positive and some negative. Use these verbs: be be eat happen have have meet play read see try A B 1 What's Mark's sister like? I've no idea. Yes, we.. Yes, but I don't know.

Yes, it's the second time He lat e every day this week. Write four sentences about yourself. Use I haven't and choose from the boxes. You ask He says He's not good at it and he doesn't know the rules. You ask: Have He says: No, this is the first She doesn't look very confident or comfortab le. She says:. She has j ust arrived and it's very new for her. Yo u ask She says No, but the ground is wet.

We use the present perfect continuous for an activity t hat has recently stopped or just stopped. There is a connection with now: 0 You 're out of breath. Have you been running? He's been working very hard. What have you been doing?

I've been Looking for you everywhere. Study this example situation: lt began raining two hours ago and it is still raining. How long has it been raining? We use the present perfect cont inuous in t his way especially w ith how Long, for The activity is still happening as in th is exam ple or has just stopped. He's been watching TV aLL day. I've been Looking for y ou for the Last half hour. You ca n use the present perfect cont inu ous for actions repea t ed over a period of time: 0 Silvia is a very good t ennis player.

She's been playing since she was eight. They've been going t here for years.Q 2 The water boils. What's going on? They're always arguing. You ask Lisa questions about herself and her family. Perhaps she has been successfu l.

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