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Oxford Practice Grammar is for students of English at a middle or 'intermediate' level. This means students who are no longer beginners but who are. The Oxford Practice Grammar – Basic is written for elementary to pre- intermediate students of. English. Grammar topics are explained simply and clearly. Answers - Oxford Practice Grammar Basic - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Oxford Living Grammar Elementary SB WA. Uploaded .

For the future meaning of the present simple see Units 26 and The new term starts next week. I get the lunch ready at one o'clock, usually. We always do our shopping at Greenway. Most children like ice-cream. You know the answer. But in the third person singular after he, she, it, your friend, etc , the verb ends in s or es.

For spellingrules see page It gets busy at weekends. My husband thinks so, too. Sarah catches the early train. She faxes messages all over the world.

We use a form of do in negatives and questions but see Unit We use do and don't except in the thirdperson singular, where we use does and doesn't. We don't live far away. He doesn't want to go shopping. Do you live here? What does he want? We do not add s to the verb in negatives and questions. Is it a thought, a feeling, a fact or arepeated action?? Matthew loves sport. Sarah often works late at the office. I want something to eat. I understand your problem. Use the present simple.

You have to decide if the verb ispositive or negative.? Claire is very sociable.

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She knows know lots of people.? We've got plenty of chairs, thanks. We don't want want any more. This shirt I just Put in the present simple forms. I'm a United fan. Nick usually And Why Rita: I'm afraid football 5 ………………………………….. Tom: It's a wonderful game. United are my whole life. Rita: How much 8 ………………………………….. Tom: A lot.

Rita: No, I just 14 find it a bit sad. Here are some more examples. It always rains at the weekend. It's raining at the moment. I watch television most weekends. He's a photographer. He takes lots of photos. I'm watching this programme. That man is taking a photo of you. B Thoughts, feelings and states We normally use the present simple to talk about thoughts and feelings. Kitty likes her job. We also use it to talk about states see Unit 7 and permanent facts. Reporting means a lot to her.

Paper burns easily. We also use the present simple in I promise, I agree, I refuse, etc. I promise I'll write to you. It's all right. I forgive you. C Temporary or permanent? It's a permanent job. They live in a very nice flat. I'm working at a sports shop for six weeks. At the moment they're living in a very small flat. We can use always with the present continuous to mean 'very often', usually with the added meaning Tom always invites us to stay at Christmas. I'm always making silly mistakes.

A-B At work Mark is talking to Alan in the corridor.

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Complete their conversation. Put in the present continuous or simple of the verbs. He isn't in his office. Mark: 1 ……………………………. Alan: Oh, right. And what about you?

Mark: Yes, Linda. Alan: Oh, she isn't here today. She only 6 work four days a week. She'll be here on Monday. Mark: Thank you. Alan: Well, most days Mark: Yes, of course. Good idea. Yes, Well, I'll get back to my computer. A-C Complete the sentences. We're very busy at the moment. It's behind us so Use always and the present continuous or simple.

Rita: Yes, and he's always talking about football. Mark: Yes, Emma: I agree Harriet: But it's very simple, isn't it? Melanie: I know I'm cleaning the flat. A state means something staying the same. The farmer is downloading the land. The flat is clean. He put the books in the box.

Action verbs The farmer owns the land. The box contained old books. State can be simple or continuous. He put I He was putting everything away. NOT The farmer is owning the land.

I see your problem. I see Daniel quite often. She appears very nervous. The bag weighed five kilos. The coat fits. I'm fitting a lock to the window.

These examples with the verb be are about how people behave. Andrew isThat man is an idiot. You are being an idiot this morning. I'm better now, thanks. Are you ready? Is anyone interested? I like school.

I'm Holidays cost a lot of money. This trip is costing me a lot of money. Sometimes we can use either the simple or the continuous with no difference in meaning. You look well, OR You're looking well. We feel a bit sad. OR We're feeling a bit sad.

He's telling people about himself. Say which verbs express states and which express actions. Choose the correct form of the verb. Emma: Hi, Matthew. Matthew: Oh, hi. These are photos of me when I was a child. Emma: Oh, look at this one.

Emma: Look at this. Why such a big coat? Matthew: It was my brother's. Emma: Oh, that's nice. Matthew: And I caught this fish, look. Emma: What a nice little boy! And what a sentimental old thing you are now!

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Daniel is doing some of the work. He s being very helpful at the moment.? I 'm tired. I want to go home. They don't usually behave so well. She's done no work at all today. Choose from these sentences. And I've still got a chance to win. I've never wanted to change it. It uses so much petrol.

It's too expensive to download. I play it every weekend. Then look at the answers belowand write the correct answer in each space.

Amy: I can't see Michelle. Lisa: You l ……………………………looking in the right place. She's over there. Amy: Oh, that's Adrian. He's new here. Lisa: Really? Where 2 …………………. Amy: No, 1 Lisa: What Amy: Well, he He's got a very bored expression onhis face. And he 7 saying anything. Use one word only in each space. It's beautiful, and the sun Yesterday I went water-skiing! What 2 you think of that? I'm 3 at a table in our hotel room and writing a few postcards. The room isfine, but we But it 5 matter because we 6 out to a restaurant every evening.

We're both 7 very lazy at the moment. I 8 ………………………………….. You know of course how muchNigel's work 10 to him and how he's 11 talkingabout it.

Well, the holiday is so good that he's forgotten all about work. So it's the perfect holiday. Theonly problem is that it's 12 us a lot of money. But we'll worry about that later. Test l CEach of these sentences has a mistake in it. Write the correctsentence. Thechildren are doing their homework now.

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Put in the correct form of each verb. Use the present continuous or the present simple. B: But computers cost so much money. What's wrong with the one we've got? B: Thank you.

The trouble is. Look how fast that lorryB People shouldn't go so fast. And this is a great show, isn't it? B: Yes, I am. I just can't keep awake. B: What time A: About ten o'clock usually. B: Yes, certainly. So could you send it to my work address? B: Yes, of course. And you'll have the goods by the end of the week, B: I'm just not happy with it.

A: And It happened very quickly. The van crashed into the cat I posted the letter yesterday. Some verbs have an irregular past form.

The car came out of a side road. Vicky rang earlier. I won the game. I had breakfast at six. The train left on time. We took some photos. For a list of irregular verbs, see page The past simple is the same in all persons except in the past tense of be. C Negatives and questions We use did in negatives and questions but see Unit OR didn't stop The car did not stop.

The driver didn't look to his right. What did you tell the police? Did you ring home? We do not use a past form such as stopped or rang in negatives and questions. We also use was and were in negatives and questions. I wasn't very well last week. The gates weren't open. Where was your friend last night? Was your steak nice? D Use We use the past simple for something in the past which is finished.

Emma passed her exam last year. We went to the theatre on Friday. Elvis Presley died in I knew what the problem was. When did you download this car? Put in the past simple forms of the verbs. They 1 ……………… The fire 2 ……………………………….. A neighbour, Mr Aziz, 3 ……………………………… see the flames and 4 …………………………… call the fire brigade. He also 5 ……………………… The fire brigade 7 arrive in fiveminutes. Twenty fire-fighters 8 ………………………..

Two fire-fighters 10 …………………………… enter the burning building but 11 ……………………………… find the couple dead. Put in the past simple negatives and questions. Mark: Yes, thanks. It was good. We looked around and then we saw a show. Claire: What sights Mark: We had a look round the Louvre. Claire: And what show Mark: Oh, a musical. I forget the name. Claire: Oh, dear.

Mark: No, not really. But we enjoyed the weekend. Sarah did some shopping, too, but People were walking in the park. Iwasn't dreaming. I really was in New York City. Why did yougive our secret away? What were you thinking of? Was Matthewalready waiting for you when you got there?

C Use Read this conversation. I didn't know where you were. David: Oh, I was helping Mike. We were repairing his car. It took ages. We were working on it all afternoon. Melanie: It was raining. David: No, we were in the garage. So I didn't get wet. But I'm afraid I got oil all over my new trousers. Melanie: Why were you wearing your new trousers to repair a car? I forgot I had them on. It was raining at three o'clock means that at three o'clock we were in the middle of a period of rain.

The rain began before three and stopped some time after three. We were working all afternoon means that the action went on for the whole period. David is stressing the length of time that the work went on. We use the continuous with actions.

We do not normally use it with state verbs see Unit 7. For states we use the past simple.

Most people are feeling a bit tired. What were they doing at midnight last night? Put in the past continuous forms. I'm afraid I've broken this dish. Vicky: Oh no!

What 1 ……………………………………….. Jessica: 2 …………………………. I bumped into Emma. Vicky: I expect it was your fault. Jessica: Sorry. I'll download you another one as soon as I have some money. Add a sentence with the past continuous to say that an action lasted a long time. The work went on all day. The calls went on all evening. The wait lasted for half an hour. This went on all afternoon. You were there for two hours. This went on all night. Past continuous or simple? A Introduction A reporter is interviewing Mike and Harriet.

Reporter: Mike and Harriet, tell me what you saw. Harriet: Well, when we were driving home last night, we saw a strange object in the sky. Mike: As we were coming down the hill into town, it just suddenly appeared in front of us. We stopped the car and got out. Harriet: It was a very clear night. The stars were twinkling. Mike: It was a spaceship. It seemed quite big. It had some strange writing on the side.

And a light was flashing on the top. Harriet: As we were watching it, it suddenly flew away and disappeared. We were driving home. We drove home. We were in the middle of our journey. We finished our journey. A light was flashing. The spaceship flew away. We do not normally use the past continuous for We also use the past simple not normally thestates. See Unit 7. This includes the structure of words, phrases, clauses, and sentences, right up to the structure of whole texts.

There are historical, social, cultural and regional variations of English. Divergences from the grammar described here occur in some dialects of English.

This article describes a generalized present-day Standard English, the form of speech and writing found in types of public discourse including broadcasting, education, entertainment, government, and news including both formal and informal speech.

There are differences in grammar between the standard forms of British, American, and Australian English, although these are minor compared with the differences in vocabulary and pronunciation.

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