COBUILD English Grammar 4th Revised edition, COBUILD English Grammar [Paperback / softback]

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  • Kirjastus: Collins CoBUILD
  • ISBN-10: 0008135819
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This new edition of the Collins COBUILD English Grammar is a modern, global and learner-focussed grammar reference, aimed at learners and teachers of English. Collins COBUILD English Grammar is based on the evidence of the 4.5-billion-word Collins Corpus, and is an invaluable guide to the English language as it is written and spoken today, in all areas of the world. It has been thoroughly updated, to take into account significant changes in grammar over recent years. With a user-friendly style and simple explanations, the Collins COBUILD English Grammar provides a comprehensive and authoritative guide to modern English grammar, using grammar terms that learners will understand. Notes on the various situations in which certain grammar points typically appear, authentic examples, and information on the key differences between British and American grammar, make the Collins COBUILD English Grammar the only fully-updated and truly global English grammar available. The title also includes two supplements that focus on the main contexts in which English is used around the world: academic and business English. These supplements identify the key areas of grammar that students need to master if they are to communicate effectively in business and academic contexts. This new edition is also accompanied by a series of engaging blogs and guided worksheets that aim to encourage learners and teachers of English to explore and discuss the teaching and learning of grammar.

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No more guessing games or relying on teacher intuition. Working from a regularly updated corpus of over 4.5 billion words taken from authentic sources, Collins COBUILD products provide learner-friendly resources on how words are really used. (Dr Wayne Trotman, Teacher-Trainer, Turkey)

Introduction viii
How to use this Grammar xii
Glossary of grammatical terms xiv
Chapter 1 Referring to people and things
1(70)
Nouns
3(28)
Countable nouns
Uncountable nouns
Singular nouns
Plural nouns
Collective nouns
Proper nouns
Nouns that are rarely used alone Adjectives used as nouns
Nouns referring to males or females
Ing Nouns
Compound nouns
Pronouns
31(17)
Personal pronouns
Possessive pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Generic pronouns
Demonstrative pronouns
Indefinite pronouns
Reciprocal pronouns
Relative pronouns
Interrogative pronouns Determiners
48(23)
Definite determiners: the
Definite determiners: this, that, these and those
Possessive determiners: my, your, their, etc.
The possessive form: apostrophe's ('s)
Indefinite determiners: all, some, many etc.
Indefinite determiners: a and an
Other indefinite determiners
Chapter 2 Giving information about people and things
71(142)
Adjectives
73(25)
Qualitative adjectives
Classifying adjectives
Colour adjectives
Showing strong feelings
Postdeterminers
Adjectives that are only used in front of a noun
Adjectives that always follow a linking verb
Position of adjectives in noun phrases
-ing adjectives-ed adjectives
Compound adjectives
Comparatives
98(2)
Superlatives
100(3)
Saying things are similar
103(3)
Talking about different amounts of a quality
106(5)
Saying things are different
111(3)
Noun modifiers
114(2)
Talking about amounts of things
116(10)
Numbers
126(13)
Cardinal numbers
Ordinal numbers
Fractions
Measurements
Age
Approximate amounts and measurements
139(2)
Expanding the noun phrase
141(8)
With Prepositional Phrases
With Adjectives
Nouns followed by to-infinitive, -ed participle, or-ing participle
Chapter 3 Types of Verb
149(4)
Intransitive verbs
153(3)
Transitive verbs
156(4)
Reflexive verbs
160(2)
Delexical verbs: verbs with little meaning
162(5)
Verbs that can be used both with and without an object
167(3)
Verbs that can take an object or a prepositional phrase
170(1)
Changing your focus by changing the subject
171(2)
Reciprocal verbs
173(2)
Verbs that can have two objects
175(3)
Phrasal verbs
178(10)
Compound verbs
188(2)
Linking verbs
190(8)
Adjectives after linking verbs
Nouns after linking verbs
Other verbs with following adjectives
Describing the object of a verb
198(2)
Using a prepositional phrase aftera linking verb
200(3)
Using two main verbs together
203(10)
Chapter 4 Expressing time: tenses and time adverbials
213(40)
The present
216(4)
The present simple
The present progressive
Time adverbials with reference to the present
The past
220(5)
The past simple
The past progressive
The present perfect
The past perfect
Time adverbials with reference to the past
Expressing future time
225(2)
Indicating the future using will
Other ways of talking about the future
Time adverbials with reference to the future
Other uses of verb forms
227(2)
Using time adverbials to indicate past, present, or future
229(2)
Yet, still, already, etc.
231(3)
Time adverbials and prepositional phrases
234(4)
Non-specific times
238(3)
Expressing frequency and duration
241(12)
Chapter 5 Modals, negatives, and ways of forming sentences
253(58)
Making statements: the declarative form
256(1)
Asking questions: the interrogative form
257(9)
Yes/no-questions
Indirect questions
Question tags
Wh-questions The imperative
266
Other uses of the declarative, the interrogative, and the imperative
268(2)
Forming negative statements
270(7)
Broad negatives
277(3)
Using modals
280(31)
Special features of modals
Uses of modals
Expressions used instead of modals
Semi-modals
Chapter 6 Expressing manner and place
311(38)
Adverbs
318(16)
Types of adverb
Comparative and superlative adverbs
Adverbs of manner
Adverbs of degree
Adverbs of place
Destinations and directions Prepositions
334(12)
Position of prepositional phrases
After verbs indicating movement
Showing position
Showing direction
Other uses of prepositional phrases
Prepositions used with verbs
Prepositional phrases after nouns and adjectives
Extended meanings of prepositions
Other ways of giving information about place
346(3)
Chapter 7 Reporting what people say or think
349(30)
Using reporting verbs
351(4)
Reporting someone's actual words: direct speech
355(3)
Reporting in your own words: reported speech
358(11)
Reporting statements and thoughts
Reporting questions
Reporting orders, requests, advice, and intentions
Reporting uncertain things
Time reference in reported speech
Using reporting verbs to perform an action
369(1)
Avoiding mention of the person speaking or thinking
370(1)
Referring to the speaker and hearer
371(3)
Other ways of indicating what is said
374(2)
Other ways of using reported clauses
376(3)
Chapter 8 Combining messages
379(46)
Clauses and conjunctions
381(26)
Time clauses
Conditional clauses
Purpose clauses
Reason clauses
Result clauses
Concessive clauses
Place clauses
Clauses of manner
Relative clauses
Nominal that-clauses
407(3)
Non-finite clauses
410(4)
Linking words, phrases, and clauses together
414(11)
Chapter 9 Changing the focus in a sentence
425(34)
The passive
427(8)
Split sentences
435(2)
Taking the focus off the subject: using impersonal it
437(5)
Introducing something new: there as subject
442(2)
Focusing using adverbials
444(1)
Emphasizing
445(4)
Putting something first
449(1)
Introducing your statement
450(1)
Focusing on the speaker's attitude
451(3)
Exclamations
454(2)
Addressing people
456(3)
Chapter 10 Making a text hold together
459(82)
Referring back
461(10)
Referring forward
471(1)
Showing connections between sentences: sentence connectors
472(3)
Linking parts of a conversation together
475(1)
Leaving words out
476(7)
Reference section
483(34)
The grammar of business English
517(11)
The grammar of academic English
528(13)
Index 541

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