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Flinders University Central Library. Modals ; Overview ; Basic forms ; – The simple modals ; Basic meanings ; – Epistemic modality ; – Root modality ; – Necessary and possible ; Meanings in context ; – The potential of can ; – The possibility of may ; – The necessity of must ; – The likelihood of will ; – The requirements of should ; – Negation and modals ; – Discussion topics and projects ; – Teaching ideas ; – Further reading ; 5.
Selected pages Title Page. Anglais langue — Grammaire. Conditionals Overview Basic forms – Factual conditionals – Predictive conditionals – Hypothetical conditionals – Counterfactual conditionals Basic meanings – What happens if University of the Sunshine Coast Library. Other books in the series. These descriptions and examples are based on Corpus research, which makes it possible to say that one form is typically used more often than another in real texts. University of South Australia Library.
Yule is trying to explai This book was all about grammar. Each chapter focuses on a problematic area, for example ‘Articles’, ‘Conditionals’, and ‘Direct and indirect speech’, and includes exercises for the reader and teaching ideas. Yule is trying to explain grammar from a different perspective. Oxford University Press, At the end of each chapter, there is a section containing discussion topics and projects for further investigation, and another section with ideas for classroom exercises, activities, and tasks.
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The University of Melbourne. Found at these bookshops Searching – please wait One of the best English grammar books for teachers. Open to the public. Correction urgently needed to avoid confusing our pupils. George Yule The author draws on his experience as both a leading applied linguist and a hands-on classroom teacher of English Choice of topics and style of explanations focus on the needs of language teachers Separates each grammar topic covered into three clear categories: How Languages are Learned Patsy M.
These 22 locations in All: Relative clauses ; Overview ; Basic forms ; – Subject relatives ; – Object relatives ; – After-preposition relatives ; – Possessive relatives ; – Basic structures ; Basic meanings ; – Who, which, that ; – Where, when, why ; Meanings in context ; – Introducing new information ; – Connecting with given information ; – End-weight ; – Discussion topics and projects ; – Teaching ideas ; – Further reading ; Trivia About Explaining Englis Fanny Misfa Jessy rated it really liked it Jun 29, These 2 locations in Australian Capital Territory: Prepositions and particles 7.
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Kelvin Grove Campus Library. This error has crept into other books and teaching materials. University of Western Australia Library.
It was helpful, but usually gave me a headache before it did any good. Subjects English language — Grammar.
Explaining English Grammar
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Compliments and Compliment Responses: The author draws on his experience as both a leading applied linguist and a hands-on classroom teacher of English Choice of topics and style of explanations focus on the needs of language teachers Separates each grammar topic covered into three clear categories: May 08, Cheryl rated it it was ok Shelves: Yulee you grew up learning English than this grammar is innate and you automatically use certain words because that is how you heard other people speaking.
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