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What is the difference between like and as? These and many other points of English grammar are explained in the book and there are exercises on each point. Some advanced students who have problems with grammar will also find the book useful. The book is not suitable for elementary learners. Each unit concentrates on a particular point of grammar. Some problems for example, the present perfect or the use of the are covered in more than one unit. For a list of units, see the Contents at the beginning of the book English Grammar in Use 4th Edition.
English grammar in use raymond murphy Each unit consists of two facing pages. On the left there are explanations and examples; on the right there are exercises. Things never stay the same. The situation is already bad and it worse.
The cost of living ". Every year things are more expensive. The weather. The rain has stopped. Alex is a bus driver. He is not driving a bus. He is asleep. He is a bus driver. We use it to say that something happens all the time or repeatedly, or that something is true in general: Nurses look after patients in hospitals. L] The earth goes round the sun.
C1 The cafe opens at 7. I come from Canada. Where do you come from? What means this word? We use the present simple to say how often we do things: I7 I get up at 8 o'clock every moming. D How often do you go to the dentist? E Robert usually goes away two or three times a year. Sometimes we do things by saying something. For example, when you promise to do something. Exercises Unit 2 2. How long '. Sometimes you need the negative: Write the questions. I You know that Liz plays tennis.
You want to know how often. Ask her. I-[ow often. You want to know. Ask Liz. Ru You know that Liz reads a newspaper every day. You want to know which one. You want to know what he does. It won't happen again. Present continuous and present simple 1 I am doing and I do Compare: Present continuous I am doing We use the continuous for things happening at or around the time of speaking. The action is not complete.
The water is boiling. Can you turn it off? What language are they speaking? It isn't raining now. We use the continuous for temporary situations: Yes, I have a lot to do. See Unit I for more information.
Present simple I do W: Excuse me. What do you usually do at weekends? Most people learn to swim when they are children.
Every day the population of the world increases by about , people. We use the simple for permanent situations: They have lived there all their lives.
He works hard most of the time. See Unit 2 for more information. Two more examples: I've lost my penagain. I'm always losing things. You should do something more active.
Exercises 3. Correct them where necessary. The water boils. That man mg; to open the door of your car. Can you hear those people? I must go now. It gets late. I usually go to work by car.
It's time to leave. I I hear you've got a new job. How do you get on? Paul is never late. Julia is very good at languages. Hurry up! The river.
We usually grow vegetables in our garden, but this year we. How's your English? I think it. Rachel is in London at the moment.
She always. Can we stop walking soon? Can you drive? My father. Normally I. My parents. They were born there and have never lived anywhere else. He's an architect, but he. I at a party! I usually. Finish B's sentences. Use always -ing. I've lost my pen again. Not again! The car has broken down again. That car is useless. You've made the same mistake again. I've forgotten my glasses again. Oh no.
Some verbs for example. The following verbs are not normally used in the present continuous: I want something to eat. U Ann doesn't seem very happy at the moment. I often think about it. D Nicky is thinking of giving up her job. He isn't usually like that. It is not usually possible in other sentences: D I can hear a strange noise. Can you hear it? Look feel You can use the present simple or continuous to say how somebody looks or feels now: How are you feeling now?
D You look well today. Exercises 4. I Nicky is thinking of giving up her job. I'm feeling hungry. Is there anything to eat? It's tastigg really good. Am I right? Use the words in brackets to make sentences. You should also study Unit 3 before you do this exercise. I Are you hungry? I 4 Who is that man? Would you be interested in downloading it? Complete the sentences using the most suitable form of be. I wonder why.
You'll like Debbie when you meet her. You're usually very patient. J-Lulu V Past simple I did 5- 4 Study this example: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was an Austrian musician and composer. He lived from l"56 to He started Composing at the age of five and wrote more than pieces of music. He was only 35 years old when he died. Very often the past simple ends in -ed regular verbs: Before that I worked in a department store. L Laura passed her examination because she studied very hard. But many verbs are irregular.
The past simple does not end in -ed. For a list of irregular verbs, see Appendix 1. Did you go out last night? Yes, I went to the cinema. D l was angry because they were late. Exercises 5. I usually get up at 7 o'clock and have a big breakfast. I walk to work, which takes me about half an hour. I start work at 8. I never have lunch. I'm always tired when I get home.
I usually cook a meal in the evening. I don't usually go out. I go to bed at about 11 o'clock, and I always sleep well. Laura Yesterday was a typical working day for Laura. Write what she did or didn't do yesterday. Complete the sentences using the following verbs in the correct form: You ask James about his holiday. Write your questions.
How are things? Fine, thanks. I where: We went on a trip from San Francisco to Denver. How long. In hotels? Of course. It was wonderful.
Complete the sentences. Put the verb into the correct form, positive or negative. I It was warm. I it very much.
Yesterday Karen and Jim played tennis. They began at 10 o'clock and finished at They had not finished playing. The action or situation had already started before this time, but had not finished: Past continuous in the middle of an action Past simple complete action I walked home after the party last night. We often use the past simple and the past continuous together to say that something happened in the middle of something else: You were sitting on the grass and reading a book.
I; I hurt my back while I was working in the garden. But we use the past simple to say that one thing happened after another: I was walking along the road when I saw Dave. So I stopped, and we had a chat. Karen arrived. We knew each other well.
I was enjoying the party, but Chris wanted to go home. Exercises Unit 6 6. What were you doing at these times? Write sentences as in the examples.
The past continuous is not always necessary see the second example. Use the past continuous. I the other way. We , ,,,. I was too tired. When I last see him, he try to find a job. I was scared and I. Fortunately it. Tom is looking for his key. He can't find it. He has lost his key. The past participle often ends in -ed l l For a list of irregular verbs, see Appendix 1. Cl Ow! C The road is closed.
There's been there has been an accident. C] from the news Police have arrested two men in connection with the robbery. When we use the present perfect, there is a connection with now.
The action in the past has a result now: I've lost it. Have you seen it? You can use the present perfect with just, already and yet. Have you just arrived? We use already to say that something happened sooner than expected: Yet shows that the speaker is expecting something to happen. Use yet only in questions and negative sentences: D Has it stopped raining yet? D We written the letter, but I haven't sent it yet. Note the difference between gone to and been to: He has gone to ltaly.
She has been to Italy. Unit 7 Exercises 7. Read the situations and write sentences. Use the following verbs: Now it is The bus fare. Her English. The book is available both with and without answers, so it can be used in class or for homework. The 'with answers' version of the book comes with a handy pullout reference panel which allows students to review key grammar points.
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This is the fourth edition of English Grammar in Use. I would like to repeat my thanks to my colleagues and students at the school for their help, encouragement and interest at that time.