Canadian Grammar Spectrum 2 (C705)

Code: 9780195447057

Author: Mark Harrison
ISBN: 9780195447057
Item#: C705
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Published: 2011
Category: Grammar & Reference
Type: Paperback
Level: Beginner
Pages: 108





The Canadian Grammar Spectrum is an 8-level series of grammar reference and practice books designed for ESL learners; suitable as in-class coursebook on its own, as supplementary resource or homework tools to a course, or self-study aids.

The books are set up in two-page units, each of which covers an important grammar topic. Each unit starts with an explanation of the grammar and is followed by a set of practice exercises. A test at the end of each book gives students the opportunity for more practice and enables them to assesss how much they have learned. Answer key included.

Book 1 - 3: Beginner
Book 4 - 6: Intermediate
Book 7 - 8: Advanced

Book 5 to 8 in the series are available by special order. Contact us for details or to place your order.

Table of Contents for Book 2:

Verbs and tenses
Simple Present
Present Progressive
Simple Present or Present Progressive
Simple Past
Past Progressive
Present Perfect (1)
Present Perfect (2)
Simple Past or Present Perfect
Present Perfect Progressive
Past Perfect
Will or be going to
Zero Conditional and First Conditional
Present tense: when, before, after, until, etc.
So am I, I am too, Neither am I, etc.
Verb + preposition
Make, do, have, get
Sentences and questions
Word order: subject, verb, object
Who and what: subject and object
How long/far/often...?
Question tags
Modals and other verbs
Must, must not
Have to
Should, shouldn't
Can/Could I? May I? Can/Could you?
Passive sentences
Infinitives and -ing forms
Verb + -ing; like and would like
Infinitive with/without to
Reported speech
Reported speech
Articles, nouns, pronouns, etc.
Articles: a/an, the, or no article
Myself, yourself, etc.; each other
Direct and indirect objects
Something, anybody, nothing, etc.
Every/each; one/another/other/others
All, most, some, none
As/like; as if/as though
Adjectives and adverbs
Comparison: (not)
Too and enough
Adjectives: -ed or -ing
Adverbs: place, direction, sequence
Adverb + adjective; noun + noun; etc.
Prepositions of place and movement
In; with; preposition + -ing
Building sentences
And, but, so, both ... and, either, etc.
Relative clauses

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