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ENG 122



CHAPTER – 7

Overview

The basic notions of countability and plurality are introduced in this chapter as well as several

elements of noun phrases, including adjectives, articles, and phrases of measurement. Questions

and negatives with some and any complete the chapter.

CHAPTER – 8

Overview

As with the other chapters, this one contains far more information than the title suggests. The

focus is first on the past tense forms of the verb be in statements, negatives, and questions. Then

-ed verbs are introduced in statements, negatives, and questions along with common past time

words. The first four groups of frequently used irregular verbs come next, followed by chapter

review exercises.

CHAPTER – 9

Overview

This chapter begins with how to use information questions in the past tense, then moves on to

include three more groups of irregular verbs. Time clauses are explained in two successive charts

followed by a comparison of the present progressive and past progressive tenses. This leads to

the importance of wh-clauses (while and when). The chapter ends with the differences between

the simple past and the past progressive.

CHAPTER – 10

Overview

This chapter introduces the phrases that express future time in English. The first of these is be

going to, which is especially common in conversation. The present progressive to express future

time is next. Time words for future and past time are also introduced and practiced. The last

section introduces will, followed by a review of all verb tenses studied thus far, including forms of

the verb be.


CHAPTER – 11

Overview

The chapter opens by contrasting may, might, and maybe with will. Sections on clauses with

before, after, when, and if follow. There is an explanation of how these clauses are used to express

habitual present actions. The use of do as a main verb is taught in the present, past, and future

tenses. The chapter concludes by providing a variety of exercises on all of the verb forms

introduced in the student book thus far.


CHAPTER – 12

Overview

English has many ways to express ability. This chapter begins with the most common, can/can’t,

and adds a brief study of their pronunciations. Less familiar in grammar books (but very useful)

is a short section on the phrase know how to. Could is introduced as the past tense form of can,

followed by the past and present of be able to. Two modifiers that often accompany statements of

ability, very and too, are presented next. Meanings of the words two, too, and to are then

explained. The chapter ends with more practice with the prepositions of place — at and in.

CHAPTER – 13

Overview

English uses the verb system in complex ways. Some verbs have special meanings that give force

to a sentence, such as giving advice (should), requiring necessary action (have to, must), making a

request (could, would), or making a suggestion ( let’s). This chapter introduces all of these and

revisits those presented in the previous chapter. Could, can, and may have already been

introduced with other meanings. They now return in polite questions and requests. Another

structure introduced in this chapter is imperative sentences, also called “commands.”


CHAPTER – 14

Overview

This chapter deals with many ways to modify a noun. It begins with the terminology “adjective”

and “noun”; then it shows that a noun can modify another noun. Students learn the order of

nouns and their modifiers, some of which come before and some of which follow the noun.

Next, students practice using multiple modifiers and learn some new vocabulary. This is

followed by practice with phrases of quantity that modify nouns. Students then study how to

solve subject-verb agreement problems that arise when they use these phrases. Indefinite

pronouns and the use of every follow. Finally, students are introduced to the way adjectives are

used with linking verbs and how common adverbs are contrasted with adjectives.

CHAPTER – 15

Overview

This chapter explains the ways possession changes the form of nouns and pronouns. The use of

the apostrophe with singular/plural and regular/irregular nouns is outlined. Possessive pronouns

are introduced, followed by the possessive question word whose. The chapter ends with a

contrast of whose and who’s

CHAPTER – 16

Overview

This chapter describes several ways to combine ideas when making comparisons. The purpose of

most comparisons is to form or express a judgment that favors one thing more than another.

Thus, both comparison and contrast are introduced in this chapter.

The first section introduces some adjectives with prepositions: the same as, similar to, and

different from. Then the adjectives like and alike are explained and practiced. Next is a section on

the comparative ending -er and the modifier more (than), followed by the superlative ending -est

and the modifier most. A different kind of contrast is expressed when the conjunction but

connects two clauses.

The chapter concludes with an examination of some adverbs that are often confusing to

second-language learners. These are practiced with various kinds of comparisons. By the end of

the review exercises, students should have a good understanding of comparisons and contrasts

and how to express them in English.


الملفات المرفقة

  • ENG 122 (Betty Azar - Basic English Grammar 3rd Ed.pdf - B)
  • Prepositions (Prepositions.doc - B)

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