Download e-book for iPad: More than words vocabulary for upper intermediate to by Jeremy Harmer

By Jeremy Harmer

Greater than phrases были созданы с целями:
a) помочь студентам узнать больше о словах, то есть дать полное знание о слове и его использовании в английском
b) помочь студентам узнать больше о соварах, ассоциируемых с определенной тематикой (здоровье, сон, прогулка, одежда, чувства и настроение, связи, характеры) чтобы помочь студентам запомнить эти слова и практиковать их.
c) чтобы обеспечить материал, который стимулирует помогая студентам понять больше о словаре английского и как функционируе язык.
d) чтобы обеспечить материал материал, который может быть использован, обеспечить материал чтобы способствовать общую работу по объединению навыков и другие типы изучения языка.

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B Mary's undergoing an appendectomy. c Dissolve five grams of the powder in the acid and shake the solution. d Before boarding, extinguish all smoking materials. e Season lightly and simmer for five minutes. a vehicle for... a building in which... Style and register Look at the diagram below. Explain in simple English how to put the table together. word. we -MR change its grtmimatiqtl 'meaning. iV>r example the adjective loud can be reformed to" give' its loudly fadrerb), loudncss (nown), louder, loudest, etc.

Explain in simple English how to put the table together. word. we -MR change its grtmimatiqtl 'meaning. iV>r example the adjective loud can be reformed to" give' its loudly fadrerb), loudncss (nown), louder, loudest, etc. ' a word you need to be aware of-the$e changes arid lohai they. mean. To understand word formation' it can be useful ioknowwhat'theparte qfs;w : cfcfnr 'u • are ctxfied. ' • •- ' < -' ' 1 Match the descriptions on the left with the terms on the right, 1 words like green, expensive, uncomfortable, new, naughty which describe a noon or pronoun.

D Try opening the tin with a screwdriver, e The prison guards forced him to wash out the toilets. f Did she mention that she was expecting a baby? g George will cook the meal this evening. h Mary made her son do the washing up. g. can, will, may) + infinitive b subject + verb + to-infinitive c subject + verb + object + to-infinitive rf subject + verb + -ing form e subject + verb + object + -ing form f subject + verb + (that) + clause g subject + verb (+ obj) + question word + clause h subject + verb + infinitive (without to) Now read this short passage.

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