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Michael Vince

acmillan nglish rammar In Context

Intermediate with key

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Macmillan Education Between Towns Road, Oxford OX4 3PP A division of Macmillan Publishers Limited Companies and representatives ISBN 978-1-4050-7140-6 ISBN 978-1-4050-7141-3

throughout

the world

(with key edition) (without key edition)

Text © Michael Vince 2007 Design and illustration

© MacmilIan Publishers Limited 2007

First published 2008 AlI rights reserved; no part of this pubIication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the pubIishers. Design by Bigtop Original design by Giles Davies IIIustrated by Andy Hammond, Joanna Kerr, Darren Lingard, Sarah Nayler, Andrew Selby Cover concept by GiIes Davies Cover design by Katie Stephens Cover photographs by Corbis, Digital Vision, Photodisc The authors and pubIishers would like to thank the folIowing for permission to reproduce & bbc. their material: Extracts from websites bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitsize/business co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/physics copyright © bbc.co.uk reprinted by permission of the pubIisher. Extract from www.equityschooltravel.co.uk copyright © Equity Educational Tours, reprinted by permission of the pubIisher. lnformation 'Changing cities and urban challenges' from Letts Revise KS3 Geography by A. ArnelI & A. Browne; copyright © Letts 2004, reprinted by permission of the pubIisher, Huveaux Pic. lnformation 'Energy and electricity' from Letts Revise KS3 Science by B. MacDuell & G. Booth, copyright © Letts 2002, reprinted by permission of the pubIisher, Huveaux Pic. Extracts trom 'Weather and Climate' (Usborne Science & Experiments) copyright © Usborne Publishing Limited 1992, reprinted by permission of the pubIisher. Extract horn 'Apple Computers - The Early Years' taken from http://en.wikipe
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Introduction This book is designed to revise and consolidate grammar points at the level of Council of Europe Framework (CEF)Bl and B2. It assumes that some basic points have been covered. These can be practised in Macmillan English Grammar In Context Essential. The practice material includes a wide range of topics to reflect both everyday language use and the kinds of subjects learners might be studying in schools or colleges. Many learners are likely to use English to learn another subject during their education and the choice of text tries to reflect this factoSome texts contain information which learners should fmd interesting or challenging. The intention in general is that language should have a familiar context and that learners should have something to use language for. Within each unit, exercises range in difficulty. This allows learners to build up their confidence with the simpler, more familiar tasks before moving onto the more challenging ones later in the unit. The longer, topic-based texts include highlighted words whose definitions can be found on the accompanying CD-ROM.This is a good opportunity for learners to widen their vocabulary and see grammar used in realistic contexts. The Review section at the back of the book offers more activities for students who have finished the other exercises. It is also for students who feel that they haven't fully grasped the grammar point and need some further practice. In addition, it can be used as a means of testing or revising previous study, either in class or at home. The CD-ROM

This includes two further exercises for each unit in this book, and a test section. Plus, where you see highlighted words like this, you will find the definitions in the glossary section. Just follow the link from the homepage. To the student

Macmillan English Grammar In Context has been written to make grammar more

interesting than other books on the market. We hope you find it enjoyable as well as useful. If you are studying at home, the units can be covered in any order but the exercises within each unit have been graded. If you find some exercises difficult, read the presentation page again. The extension activities and Review offer the opportunity of further practice. To the teacher

Unlike many other grammar books, Macmillan English Grammar In Context puts grammar into context. The aim is to encourage student s to see grammar used more realistically and in more interesting ways. The topics covered in the exercises can be used as a starting point for a lesson, as a subject for discussion, and as a means of helping to build students' vocabulary in useful areas. There is opportunity for individual study, group work and homework, plus testing, in the different sections of the book.

Unit Topic

Page

1

p rese nt si m p Ie

2

present

3

past sim p Ie .HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

4

past continuous,

5 6

present

perfect

simple ...

present

perfect

continuous

7

past perfect

8

tense contrastsHHHHH.

9

will, shall, be going to

H

6

continuousH

10 14

used to dOHHHHHHHHH

10

future

11 12

Me~ff question

13

tag questions

14

infinitive

15

-ing form ..

16

reported

statementsH

17

reported

questions,

...

18

. H.HHH

22

.HH

26

.

28

..HHH

32 36

..HH

time

.

40

._._.HH

HM

formationH

48

HHH

after

52

verbs and adjectives

.. HHHHHH .

and reporting

54 58 62

commands,

verbs

.

18

conditionals:

true,

19

conditionals:

impossible

20

the passive and its uses ..HH

21

causative

real and unreal..

66

.

past, wishesH

70

74 78

have, verbs wit h two objects,

passive reporting

verbs ...

.HHHHHHHH 82

22

modals:

ability,

obligation

(present

/ future)

86

23

modals:

ability,

obligation,

criticism

(past)

90

24

modals:

possibility,

certa int y (present

25

modals:

possibility,

26

modals:

request,

" suggestlon, 27

countable

uncertainty, / futu re) uncertainty, permission,

94 certainty

98

offer,

. " a d Vice, WI"II as o bl"IgatlonH and uncountable

(past)

...HHHHH

102 106

Unit

Topie

Page

28

noun + noun, '5 or of

29

articles (1)..

30

articles (2)

31

quantity:

some, anYH

122

32

quantity:

much, many, few, little, enough

126

33

quantity:

none, al/, each, every

130

34

pronouns

35 36

adjectives

.

adverbs

.

37

" ma k"mg compansons ...

38

superlatives and comparatives

39

place prepositions,

110

.

118

...HH

134

.HHHHH

140

time (1)

41

time (2)

42

prepositions

144

HHHHHHHH

prepositions

.

148

in phrases,

H

40

138

HH

place adverbs ...

•••••••••••••••••••••••••

152 156

...H

.

160

after verbs, adjectives,

and before nouns

43

phrasal verbs (1)

44

phrasal verbs (2)..

45

conjunctions,

. .

164

168 .

172

adverbs and prepositions

as connectors

176

........HHHH

46

relative c1auses

47

defining

48

purpose and result

H.

• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••

and non-defining

relative c1auses

.

Review ... Wordlist

114

H •• H

List of irregular verb forms .... Grammar index . Factual answers . Answer key ...

.

180 184 188 ..192

......203 .... 206 207 .._208

_209

present simple (FORM) affirmative 1/ You / We / They want go take She/ He / It wants goes takes Most verbs add -s for third person she / he / it: want - wants Verbs end ing -ss, -sh, -ch, -x, -o: add -es passes washes

live -lives relaxes

goes

negative I / You / We / They She / He / It

want relax

do not (don't) does not (doesn't)

go take

questions and short answers

00 Ooes

I / you / we / they she / he / it

wark? wark?

Yes, I do. / No, I do not (don't). Yes, he does. / No, he does not (doesn't).

@ Use present simple for • facts, or things that always happen. Water boils at 700DC



routines and habits. The birds return

to the isJand every spring.

• timetable events. The Drama Club meets every Thursday at 7.30.



plots of films, stories and plays. At the party, Romeo sees JuJiet and falls in Jove with her.

yes / no questions and short answers Do maje penguins keep the eggs warm? Does water boi! at 80DC?

Yes, they do. No, it does...

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