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GRAMMAR LEVEL 2

With answers Fiona Davis and Wayne Rimmer Series editor: Penny Ur

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Introduction

What is Active Grammar? 7Yj_l[=hWccWh_iW]hWccWhh[\[h[dY[WdZfhWYj_Y[i[h_[i\ehi[YedZWhoijkZ[dji WdZkd_l[hi_joijkZ[dji$?j_iZ_l_Z[Z_djej^h[[b[l[bi"Yehh[ifedZ_d]jej^[b[l[bi e\J^[9ecced;khef[Wd[mWiZh_l_d]edWZWhad_]^j$

Questions, multi-word verbs and verb structures 3 Used to and would

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J^[oki[ZjefWoiebZ_[hi_diWbj$

4 Present perfect, past simple, present simple

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IY_[dj_iji^WZX[[dijkZo_d]W^khh_YWd[$

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M^Wjm_bbj^[\kjkh[X[b_a[5

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M[ÊbbX[Ôo_d]\hec>ed]Aed]je8Wd]aea$

9 Future perfect and other future forms

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I_nWijhedWkjiYWdijWoj^[h[$

11 Modals of ability and obligation 2

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>[i^ekbZ^Wl[]_l[dj^[Ze]WX_iYk_j$

12 Possibility and certainty in the present and future 52 ?jckijX[ă$

13 Possibility and certainty in the past ?jckijWbh[WZo^Wl[X[[dj^[h[$

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18 Multi-word verbs 2: phrasal verbs

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J^hemWmWoj^[h[cej[Yedjheb$

19 Verb + to-infinitive or -ing

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>[Z[Y_Z[Zjehkdm_j^ekji^e[i$

20 Verb + object + to-infinitive

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=h[]cWZ[j^[Y^_bZh[dmehaĆĀ^ekhiWm[[a$

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?jbeeaiWX_jo[bbemXkj_jjWij[i]h[Wj$

R3 Review: questions; multi-word verbs; verb structures

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Determiners and prepositions

Modals 10 Modals of ability and obligation 1

17 Multi-word verbs 1: prepositional verbs

21 Linking verbs: be, get, feel, etc.

M_bbj^[oWbb^Wl[]ed[5

R1 Review: present, past and future forms

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M^WjWh[oekbeea_d]\eh5

6 Past perfect simple and past perfect continuous 26

8 Present continuous and present simple for future use; future continuous

16 Question tags 8WX_[iZedÊj^Wl[j[[j^"Zej^[o5

I^[ÊiX[[db_l_d]^[h[\ehăĀo[Whi$

7 Will and be going to

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M^Wj_ibWd]kW][5

CWdo\Wcekif[efb[^Wl[ijkZ_[ZWj>WhlWhZ$

5 Present perfect simple and present perfect continuous

15 Question forms

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22 Articles

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7\WcekiYeZ[

23 Quantifiers 1

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7doj^_d]YWd^Wff[d_dj^[cekdjW_di$

24 Quantifiers 2

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J^[h[Wh[fb[djoe\WYj_l_j_[i$

25 Reflexive and reciprocal pronouns

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:e_joekhi[b\

26 Prepositions of place, movement and time

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M[mW_j[Z_d\hedje\Wf[jhebijWj_ed$

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27 Verbs with two objects

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J^hem^[hjej^[Ze]i

28 Prepositions

38 Indirect statements 120

>[mWij[hh_Xb[Wjif[bb_d]$

R4 Review: articles; quantifiers, pronouns; prepositions

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7j^h[[#o[Wh#ebZif[WaickY^ceh[Ôk[djbo$

31 Superlatives

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?m_i^?^WZ^[WhZj^ei[ied]i$

37 Variations on conditionals

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Oekd[[Z_cW]_dWj_ed"i[b\#YedÓZ[dY[$$$

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:eoekÓdZ_jZ_õYkbjjeib[[f5

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EdY[oek^Wl[h[WZed[¾

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M^o58[YWki[j^[heWZim[h[XWZ$

R6 Review: indirect speech; relative clauses; word formation; it and there; linking words

200

Appendices 158

M[YWdY^Wd][j^[mehbZ_\f[efb[b_ij[djeki$

R5 Review: comparatives and superlatives; the passive; conditionals

IYhWXXb[Åj^[_dj[hdWj_edWb]Wc[

46 Linking words 2: reason, purpose and result

?\oekj^_daoekYWd"oekYWd$

36 Third conditional, I wish, If only

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É?j^ek]^j_jmWiZkcX"m^_Y^i^emi^[ÊiicWhj[h j^Wd?WcÊ

45 Linking words 1: addition, contrast and time

J^[oZ[i[hl[jeX[c[dj_ed[Z$

35 Zero, first and second conditionals

41 Non-defining relative clauses

44 It and there

J^[d[mc[jWbmWiYWbb[ZXhedp[$

34 The passive 2

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J^[YecfWd_[im^eYedd[Yjf[efb[jej^[?dj[hd[j

43 Word formation 2: nouns (affixes)

>[Yb_cXij^[cedkc[djh[]kbWhbo$

33 The passive 1

40 Defining relative clauses

42 Word formation 1: verbs and adjectives (affixes)180

J^[ceijZWd][hekiÓi^_i$$$

32 Adverbs and adverb phrases

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?\oekWh[medZ[h_d]m^o]bWY_[hiWh[_dj[h[ij_d]$$$

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30 Comparatives

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J^[oiW_Zj^[_hiedmWiÔo_d]$

39 Indirect questions

Adjectives, adverbs, the passive and conditionals 29 Adjectives

Word formation and sentences

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Answer key

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