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English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises With answers 

English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises is for intermediate and advanced students who want extra practice in grammar, without help from a teacher.
There are 200 exercises in this new edition. Each exercise relates to a unit or units in English Grammar in Use new edition 2004, with the unit number(s) at the top of the page. All the answers are given in the Key (pages 121-136). Some exercises ask you to use your own ideas. For these, you can check the Example answers in the Key. You can use this book if you don't have English Grammar in Use, but for an explanation of the grammar points, you need to check in English Grammar in Use.
The grammar points covered in the book are not in order of difficulty, so you can go straight to the parts where you need the most practice. Where there are several exercises on one grammar point, however, the easier ones come first. It's a good idea to do each exercise, check your answers and then go on to the next one.
Many of the exercises are in the form of emails, letters, conversations or short articles. You can use these as models for writing or speaking practice


Basic English Grammar Book :

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1 What is Grammar?
2 The Capital Letter
3 Nouns

Common Nouns
Proper Noun
Singular Nouns
Plural Nouns
Collective Nouns
Masculine and Feminine Nouns

4 Pronouns

Personal Pronouns
Refexive Pronouns
Interrogative Pronouns
Demonstrative Pronouns

5 Adjectives

Adjective Endings
Kinds of Adjectives
Comparison of Adjectives 

6 Determiners

The Articles
Demonstrative Determiners
Interrogative Determiners
Possessive Determiners
13 Sentences
What is a Sentence?
Kinds of Sentences
The Imperative
The Subject and the Object
Direct and Indirect Objects
Positive and Negative Sentences

7 Verbs and Tenses

The Simple Present Tense
Am, Is and Are
The Present Progressive Tense
Have and Has
The Present Perfect Tense
The Simple Past Tense
Regular and Irregular Verbs
Was and Were
The Past Progressive Tense
The Future Tense
Can and Could
May and Might
Do, Does and Did
Would and Should

8 Subject-Verb Agreement
9 Adverbs
10 Prepositions
11 Conjunctions
12 Interjections
14 Punctuation

Exclamation Point
Question marks


English Grammar for Students of French

English Grammar for Students of French explains the gram-
matical terms that are in your French textbook and shows you
how they relate to English grammar. Once you have understood
the terms and concepts in your own language, it will be easier for
you to undertand your textbook. With simple explanations and
numerous examples this handbook compares English and French
grammar, pointing out the similarities and differences.

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