Basic English Grammar (2nd International Edition) by Betty Schrampfer Azar

By Betty Schrampfer Azar

Easy English Grammar is a developmental abilities textual content for college students of English as a moment or international language. Serving as either a reference and a workbook, it introduces scholars to the shape, which means, and utilization of uncomplicated constructions in English. It presents plentiful perform via huge and sundry written and oral workouts.

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5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. eat dinner eat dinner at six o'clock eat dinner at eight o'clock watch TV listen to music go to a movie go shopping go dancing go swimming spend time with my friends talk on the phone speak English write a letter read a newspaper 15. study 16. ;,k 17. drink milk ,>y,, 18. play with my children 19. kiss my husband[yife $,, 20. have a snack . gotobed 22. go to bed at eleven o'clock 23. go to bed after midnight wrdi?. 24. go to bed early!. I 25. rk>\ ' 26. turn off the lights 27.

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