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Basic English Grammar with MyEnglishLab, 4/e
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Betty S. Azar
Betty S Azar
Stacy A. Hagen
Stacy A. Hagen

Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
Copyright: 2017
Format: Paper Bound With Access Card, 528 pp.

ISBN-10: 0134656601
ISBN-13: 9780134656601

Status: In Stock
Published: 01/23/2017

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1     USING BE

1-1 Singular pronouns + be

1-2 Plural pronouns + be

1-3 Singular nouns + b

1-4 Plural nouns + be

1-5 Contractions with be

1-6 Negative with be

1-7 Be + adjective

1-8 Be + a place

1-9 Summary: basic sentence patterns with be

 

Chapter 2     USING BE AND HAVE

2-1 Yes/no questions with be

2-2 Short answers to yes/no questions

2-3 Questions with be: using where

2-4 Using have and has

2-5 Using my, your, her, his, our, their

2-6 Using this and that

2-7 Using these and those

2-8 Asking questions with what and who + be

 

Chapter 3     USING THE SIMPLE PRESENT

3-1 Form and basic meaning of the simple present tense

3-2 Frequency adverbs

3-3 Position of frequency adverbs

3-4 Spelling and pronunciation of final -es

3-5 Adding final -s/-es to words that end in -y

3-6 Irregular singular verbs: has, does, goes

3-7 Like to, want to, need to

3-8 Simple present tense: negative

3-9 Simple present tense: yes/no questions

3-10 Simple present tense: asking information questions with where and what

3-11 Simple present tense: asking information questions with when and what time

 

Chapter 4     USING THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

4-1 Be + -ing: the present progressive

4-2 Spelling of -ing

4-3 Present progressive: negatives

4-4 Present progressive: questions

4-5 Simple present tense vs. the present progressive

4-6 Non-action verbs not used in the present progressive

4-7 See, look at, watch, hear, and listen to

4-8 Think about and think that

 

Chapter 5     TALKING ABOUT THE PRESENT

5-1 Using it to talk about time

5-2 Prepositions of time

5-3 Using it and what to talk about the weather

5-4 There + be

5-5 There + be: yes/no questions

5-6 There + be: asking questions with how many

5-7 Prepositions of place

5-8 More prepositions of place: a list

5-9 Would like

5-10 Would like vs. like

 

Chapter 6     NOUNS AND PRONOUNS

6-1 Nouns: subjects and objects

6-2 Nouns as objects of prepositions

6-3 Adjectives with nouns

6-4 Subject pronouns and object pronouns

6-5 Nouns: singular and plural forms

6-6 Nouns: irregular plural forms

6-7 Possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs

6-8 Possessive nouns

6-9 Questions with whose

6-10 Possessive: irregular plural nouns

 

Chapter 7     COUNT AND NONCOUNT NOUNS

7-1 Nouns: count and noncount

7-2 Using a vs. an

7-3 Using a/an vs. some

7-4 Measurements with noncount nouns

7-5 Using many, much, a few, a little

7-6 Using the

7-7 Using Ø (no article) to make generalizations

7-8 Using some and any

 

Chapter 8     EXPRESSING PAST TIME, PART 1

8-1 Using be: past time

8-2 Simple past tense of be: negative

8-3 Past of be: questions

8-4 Simple past tense: using –ed

8-5 Past time words: yesterday, last, and ago

8-6 Simple past tense: irregular verbs (Group 1)

8-7 Simple past tense: negative

8-8 Simple past tense: yes/no questions

8-9 Simple past tense: irregular verbs (Group 2)

8-10 Simple past tense: irregular verbs (Group 3)

8-11 Simple past tense: irregular verbs (Group 4)

 

Chapter 9     EXPRESSING PAST TIME, PART 2

9-1 Simple past tense: using where, why, when, and what time

9-2 Questions with what

9-3 Questions with who and whom

9-4 Simple past tense: irregular verbs (Group 5)

9-5 Simple past tense: irregular verbs (Group 6)

9-6 Simple past tense: irregular verbs (Group 7)

9-7 Before and after in time clauses

9-8 When in time clauses

9-9 Present progressive and past progressive

9-10 Using while with past progressive

9-11 Simple past tense vs. past progressive

 

Chapter 10     EXPRESSING FUTURE TIME, PART 1

10-1 Future time: using be going to

10-2 Using present progressive to express future time

10-3 Words used for past time and future time

10-4 Using a couple of or a few with ago (past) and in (future)

10-5 Using today, tonight, and this + morning, afternoon, evening, week, month, year

10-6 Future time: using will

10-7 Asking questions with will

10-8 Verb summary: present, past, and future

10-9 Verb summary: forms of be

 

Chapter 11     EXPRESSING FUTURE TIME, PART 2

11-1 May/might vs. will

11-2 Maybe (one word) vs. may be (two words)

11-3 Future time clauses with before, after, and when

11-4 Clauses with if

11-5 Expressing future and habitual present with time clauses and if-clauses

11-6 Using what + a form of do

 

Chapter 12     MODALS, PART 1: EXPRESSING ABILITY

12-1 Using can

12-2 Pronunciation of can and can’t

12-3 Using can: questions

12-4 Using know how to

12-5 Using could: past of can

12-6 Using be able to

12-7 Using very and too + adjective

 

Chapter 13     MODALS, PART 2: ADVICE, NECESSITY, REQUESTS, SUGGESTIONS

13-1 Using should

13-2 Using have + infinitive (have to/has to/had to)

13-3 Using must, have to/has to, and should

13-4 Polite questions: may I, could I, and can I

13-5 Polite questions: could you and would you

13-6 Imperative sentences

13-7 Modal auxiliaries

13-8 Summary chart: modal auxiliaries and similar expressions

13-9 Using let’s

 

Chapter 14     NOUNS AND MODIFIERS

14-1 Modifying nouns with adjectives and nouns

14-2 Word order of adjectives

14-3 Linking verbs + adjectives

14-4 Adjectives and adverbs

14-5 Expressions of quantity: all of, most of, some of, almost all of

14-6 Expressions of quantity: subject-verb agreement

14-7 Using every, everyone, everybody, everything

14-8 Indefinite pronouns: something, someone, somebody, anything, anyone, anybody

 

Chapter 15     MAKING COMPARISONS

15-1 The comparative: using -er and more

15-2 The superlative: using -est and most

15-3 Using one of + superlative + plural noun

15-4 Making comparisons with adverbs

15-5 Comparisons: using the same (as), similar (to), and different (from)

15-6 Comparisons: using like and alike

15-7 Using but

15-8 Using verbs after but

 

Appendix 1 English Handwriting

Appendix 2 Numbers

Appendix 3 Ways of Saying Time

Appendix 4 Days/Months/Seasons

Appendix 5 Supplementary Charts

    A5-1 Basic capitalization rules

    A5-2 Voiceless and voiced sounds for -s endings on verbs

    A5-3 Final -ed pronunciation for simple past verbs

 

Listening Script

Let’s Talk: Answers


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