Canadian Grammar Spectrum 2: Reference and Practice by Mark HarrisonCanadian Grammar Spectrum 2: Reference and Practice by Mark Harrison

Canadian Grammar Spectrum 2: Reference and Practice

byMark Harrison

Paperback | June 16, 2011

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Canadian Grammar Spectrum is a series of grammar reference and practice books for ESL students. The books are set up in two-page spreads: a brief grammar explanation followed by exercises. The books are suitable as in-class resources, homework tools, or self-study aids.
Mark Harrison is a freelance writer and consultant. He is the author of a wide range of practice test books, as well as books on language, grammar, and culture.
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Title:Canadian Grammar Spectrum 2: Reference and PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 10.5 × 7.5 × 0.25 inPublished:June 16, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195447050

ISBN - 13:9780195447057

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Verbs and tensesSimple PresentPresent ProgressiveSimple Present or Present ProgressiveSimple PastPast ProgressivePresent Perfect (1)Present Perfect (2)Simple Past or Present PerfectPresent Perfect ProgressivePast PerfectWill or be going toZero Conditional and First ConditionalPresent tense: when, before, after, until, etc.So am I, I am too, Neither am I, etc.Verb + prepositionMake, do, have, getSentences and questionsWord order: subject, verb, objectWho and what: subject and objectHow long/far/often...?Question tagsModals and other verbsMust, must notHave toShould, shouldn'tCan/Could I? May I? Can/Could you?PassivePassive sentencesInfinitives and -ing formsVerb + -ing; like and would likeInfinitive with/without toReported speechReported speechArticles, nouns, pronouns, etc.Articles: a/an, the, or no articleMyself, yourself, etc.; each otherDirect and indirect objectsSomething, anybody, nothing, etc.Every/each; one/another/other/othersAll, most, some, noneAs/like; as if/as thoughAdjectives and adverbsComparison: (not) as...asToo and enoughAdjectives: -ed or -ingAdverbs: place, direction, sequenceAdverb + adjective; noun + noun; etc.PrepositionsPrepositions of place and movementIn; with; preposition + -ingBuilding sentencesAnd, but, so, both ... and, either, etc.Relative clauses