Clear Grammar 3 : More Activities for Spoken and Written Communication (Clear Grammar) (Workbook)

Clear Grammar 3 : More Activities for Spoken and Written Communication (Clear Grammar) (Workbook)

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Table of Contents

To the Teacher                                     ix
Review of Book 2 1 (9)
articles
be going to + VERB
irregular past tense
how questions
adverbs of frequency
object pronouns
one and other
possessive
comparative and superlative
modals
problem words
Phrasal Verbs 10 (7)
form: VERB + PARTICLE
separable
nonseparable
without objects
Past Progressive Tense 17 (9)
form: be + PRESENT PARTICIPLE
affirmative
negative
questions
usage; contrast with simple past tense
when vs. while
Present Perfect Tense 26 (8)
form: have/has + PAST PARTICIPLE; question;
negative past participles
Recent past action that is important to now
Past experience, indefinite past time
Past action or situation that continues now
since vs. for
With yet
With a superlative
With the first ..., the third ...
Repetition of an action before now (exact
time is not important)
Comparing simple past tense and present
perfect tense
Adverbs of Manner and Related Terms 34 (9)
form: ADJECTIVE + -ly
by + --- vs. with + ---
by + VERB + -ing
Prepositions after Verbs and Adjectives 43 (8)
VERB + PREPOSITION
ADJECTIVE + PREPOSITION
Passive Voice 51 (9)
form: be + PAST PARTICIPLE
usage
passive forms used as adjectives (closed)
passive forms (past participle) plus
preposition
-ing vs. -ed adjectives (participial
adjectives) (interesting vs. interested)
Relative Clauses 60 (9)
who, that, which
subject position
object position (whom)
whose
Optional words: subject + be
Infinitives and Gerunds 69 (8)
VERB + INFINITIVE
VERB + GERUND
VERB + INFINITIVE/GERUND
subject position
VERB + NOUN + INFINITIVE
Connectors 77 (8)
in order to vs. to vs. for
and ... too / so / either / neither
however, therefore, so
VERB + Direct or Indirect Object 85 (7)
direct and indirect objects
Pattern A: VERB + PREPOSITION + object
(group 1: to; group 2:for)
Pattern B: VERB + indirect object + direct
object (group 3: no preposition)
Pattern A or Pattern B (group 4; to; group
5: for)
Review 92 (11)
phrasal verbs
past progressive tense
present perfect tense
adverbs of manner and related terms
verb-preposition and adjective-preposition
combinations
passive voice
relative clauses
infinitives and gerunds
connectors
verbs with direct or indirect objects
Answer Key 103