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Suitable for students at PET / B1 level. Intermediate. Language Practice. Michael Vince. English Grammar and Vocabulary. 3rd Edition with key. MACMILLAN. Intermediate language practice with key. Michael, Vince; Paul, Emmerson. URI: http:///dspace/handle/DHKTDN/ Date: Intermediate. Language Practice with key. EKITAL. Michael Vince with Paul Emmerson. English Grammar and. Vocabulary. MACMILLAN.
We use past simple. The Chinese built the Great Wall over two thotuamlyears ago. When I got home I realized I had lax! The inspector suspect: There is not a present form.
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Used In often makes a cotttrast between a habit in the past and a habit We have now. I usedmplrty tennis, but now lplayfaotllrtll Question form: Dizlyou use 10? I din1it'tuseta. ItIcan be used to describe repeated actions in the past. I used I! Not a possible sentence. See Units 12 and See Unit I4. Mote than one answer may be possible. I' c steal valuablestampcul ectiun. However, they 1. More than one answer may be possible. Terry to be so thin. Gary was his keys.
Ithought the book before. David when he was younger. Present perfect simple: The past participles of regular verbs have the same form as the regular past simple. The past participles of irregular verbs are listed on page I have decided to leave mmonaw. There are a number oftlifferent meanings. Helen has broken her penril. We do not know exactly when this happened, and the pencil is still broken.
There is no time expression. What '5 the matter? Why are you wall. I've Imrt myfael. I've renda hnndredpages oflhis bank. S 1 Use the vt-tbs to mlte. Hrwe you ever eutenjaptmexcfaud?
It has 2 similar meaning to so ttr. We use sofrtrin positive sentences. H my man 1 page: We use tilrmdy to describe an action which happened before. Crtlfly but just phoned from In-airport. Ell We can use frequency adverbs with present perfect.
H e has always Itwedyou. TONI has worked lzere for three months. Tom has worked here siitcejuly ! Mr Grant's bike. It's great! Unit 6 Presentperfecz I We.
I twenty—three letters! I've c Have you. It's fantastic! I've passed my exams! Haven't you finished f Nina has worked in this company. I before.
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My pen isn't here! That's strange! Nicky and Jan. I a friend of yours. I I'm still writing my letters. Have h Oh bother! My wallet is still in the car. Oh bother! I i It's a long time since we spoke to yourstster.
We j Is Anna Sllll asleep? Has before? Present perfect continuous: What have you been doing lately? The continuous for-in gives a nuntlwr of different meanings.
The person speaking is not happy about IIHS situation! What bcweyou been rloing? This action is recent, because we can see the result. I "ue been warlting a lot. I've beenfeeling illfar weclet. I've writtenfitte letters. Speaker attitude The choice of present perfect simple or past simple may tlepentl on how close to the event the speaker feels. This is recent. The event is more distant, and the speakers are probably far away from the bus. This means that she has visited China, but is not there at the tttotnent.
Imam gone M my ms gene to China. Choose the correct word or phrase underlined in each sentence. Unit 7 Pmeni perftrl 2 Practice 3 5 C d 0 0 3 la 3 l 5 5 since the end of last year. Someone my bicycle. Thank you for your offer, but not to accept.
I feel really tired. We txg ttzhavg be; a party last night.
Last week I lose. Are you sure we come my scarf, and now I just lose We be. I'm sure I leave it here earlier. We have. I cook you some lamb chops. Recently a lot of young people take up. When we reach any tickets left. Please comequickly! Nick have. Termim1t0r2is mat the Rex. No, not yet.
Shall we go? I look forward. What's the matter? You look really tired! I study. Oh well, time forabreak.
I phone. Iexpectshe go. What news? Someone rob. Carol all lay, but there's no swimming with her the news?
Why is yourlcg inplaster? That's a silly question!
I break. We've had. We've e to some beautiful island , and d a lot ofintercsting people. In fact e we've made friends with some people in a village, and they've been I us the local language. I haven't managed to learn much g but Anti h picked up quite a lot.
She's been i every day, and she has j. Mary to the shops. French since March. I reading this hauls yet. Unit 7 Present perfect 2 f Ten of the letters are ready. I have. Helen's phone number. David his mind. Where have you been? These forms do not all have the same meaning, and we have to choose the most suitable one. Skull is used in formal situations with I and we.
I Meaning Will generally describes a prediction or what we think will happen in the future. There is usually a time expression. United will definitely win tonight. In the next rt-nmry, most people will probably litre in big ritiet.
Tim and Ann are going to travel abroad next year. Plans or intentions We use going to when we talk about plans or intentions.
This is a plan, so it may not happen. Present cause This is a prediction based on something we can see or know about.
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Look out! We use it when we talk about events which are arranged for the future. It is often used when we talk about social arrangements. Are you doing anything on Friday evening?
Not really. I ' Would you like to come! It is possible to use going to in places where present continuous is more usual, when a time is mentioned. I'm going to bavea party on Friday. This is a plan, with no time ntentioncrl. As no time is mentioned or implied. Impersonal predictions Here the choice is sometimes a matter of being formal or informal. This would be possible in everyday conversation. Tomorrow it will rain in Norrln-rn England. This may be more common in a weather forecast, where the speaker is lacing more formal.
Plans If we use willinstcacl of going to, the meaning changes. This is a plan or intention. I'll do lots of work this evening. This sounds like a promise. I go out. Can you come dancing tomorrow night? What are your plans for the summer? What do you think about the weather? I It'llprobablyraintomorrow.
What about tomorrow atabout 5. Mary is buying a dog next week. What is she going to call it? What is she calling it? It would be nice to see you next week. Harry join. I not be. You hit. Rewrite them. It's omorrotv. I here tomorrow, teacher. F Meet me outside the station at 5. I outside the station. Unit 1? Future I painting the kitchen this eventing.
Everyone thinks a large number. I think it will sink! Is anyone going to help you? I have to go to London. L'I]lCnCC suthat nmntains willor gumg to. I see you later this evening.
Shall is usediin formal situations with I and we. Meaning Future continuous describes a temporary situation or activity in the future. We often use it when we compare what we are doing now with what we will be doing in the future. We usually use a time expression. This means that the meeting will happen anyway. By the time we get to the cinema, tlrefilm will have begun.
Meaning Future perfect describes 2 situation which has not happened yet. At a time in the future. By the time we get to the cinema, the-film will have begun. When we talk about events which are fixed and cannot be altered, we use present simple. We use this when we describe timetables. Our head teacher retires next year. Future time clauses In a future time clause, we can refer to the future with the form of the present simple after a time word.
We can also use present perfect, when we emphasize that an action is complete. When Isee heragain, I'll tell heryaur news. Please wait here until Mrs Hall comes back.
As soon as we're ready, we'll phone you. Hand in your paper as soon as you have finished. Take an umbrella, in care it rains. In the example, the speaker is in a shop. This is a general decision about buying a camera, but it is not at the same time as buying the camera. The speaker is not in the shop. This kind of suggestion includes the speaker. See Unit Unil9 Fntnrc?
C We yi hay; moved [w' l be moving to our new house on Tuesday. Nut all lllt''Cll! I Will you have been using the video next lesson? I promise to phone you before our next meeting.
Before we. Shall Ioryou? Sheila won't. I Please slny here until I come back. Each space is for one word. Problems, Errors, Consolidation 1 3 When 1 was 3 ehiId a tricycle. I not understand? I'd seen it below. I I'm sorry, I can't talk long. Why don I you call me? I leave for the airport. Sorry I haven't been in touch b Wednesday, but I've been busy getting ready c. I get to Sydney, I ll write you a letter. It sounds great! I'll be in Sydney h and then I'm travelling to Melbourne.
I'll be there i i. Irom the travel agency. Isuppose your cousin 5 0' us. Come on. And now it's real, I can't believe it! O the town at the age ofsix. She l2.
Nobody I3 inthesquare. Perhapshercousin Maria 3 ' Are you fr" tomorrow evening? How are you getting on at 6 7 a "V: If a college? I've been done so many things 14 14 a wasn't receiving b didn't use to receive c had not received Indy! Shall you with your suitcase? You see, i n tp ay it c orc.
When arrive at school? When it stops raining. Kgll5l, ' v nlxt-nlt'. UIItH I. Are you ever going to the cinema? She will play basketball. IlCl I'm waiting here for ages! H ycl? How cm you s tow ll"IlS difference In your language? Do 'oulm". Docs ll. This is called reported or indirect speech. We usually change tenses and references to people, placesand times.
Statements are often repeated immediately, and the reporting verb is in a present tense. In this case, there are no tense changes. Hesays he 'sgoing to the cinema, and do we want to go too? All tenses that follow move back into the past. This is sometimes called laackshift. Note that must does not change. He said he had tofinish lt hefare he went.
Indirect or reported speech does not use speech marks. He said that Budapest is the capital of Hungary. Some speakers prefer to backshift in sentences of this kind. Reported speech jack said that they were going in min the train. Sue said she would see me there the next day. Martin said he had bought the book the day before. Speak describes the act of talking.
Say describes the words used. She said that it was warm. She told me that I had won first prize. Underline the errors in these sentences. Rewrite each sentence. While Susan was trying to get onto the platform, a man grabbed her handbag. Participle clauses are introduced by the time expressions before, after and. They have the same subject as the following clause.
After struggling with him, Susan pulled the bag from his hands. Used to is used to describe past habits or states. A time expression is not necessary. J used to get up at six, but now I get up at eight. I used to own a horse. I owned a horse once. With negatives and questions used to becomes use to. Did you use to swim every day? When we use used to we suggest that the action is no longer true and so make a strong contrast with the present.
Would is used to describe a person's typical activities in the past. It can only be used to describe repeated actions, not states. It is mainly used in writing, and in personal reminiscences.
Every evening was the same. Jack would turn on the radio, light his pipe and fall asleep. The past continuous can be used to describe a repeated action in the past, often an annoying habit.
A frequency adverb is necessary. Peter was younger, he was always getting into trouble. We can use the past continuous with think, hope and wonder to give a polite or. Language Practice with key MacMillan. Rowan Barnes-Murphy pp 9, 42; Ben Hasler pp 3, ; Ian Kellas pp 96, 97; Gillian Martin pp ; Janek Matysiak pp , , ; Julian Mosedale pp 53, 78, , , , , , , , , , ; David Parkins pp 18, ; Martin Shovel pp 36, 61, 84, , , , , , , , , , ; Bill Stott pp 94, , Photographs by: Eyewire, Photodisc and Andrew Oliver.
Also special thanks to Paul Emmerson and Sarah Curtis. Printed and bound by Scotprint S 1 0 9 8 7 6 5 4. Contents Introduction vii. We use the past perfect for the earlier event. We often contrast an action in progress with a sudden event which interrupts it.
I didn't use to like beer.
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