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active

GRAMMAR
LEVEL 1

With answers
Fiona Davis and Wayne Rimmer
Series editor: Penny Ur

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Introduction

What is Active Grammar?


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fh[fWh_d]\eh9WcXh_Z][;IEB[nWci$

How are the books organised?


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How do I use the book?


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Contents

Introduction

19 Be going to

48

?c]e_d]jeki[cW]_Y$

1 Word class and word order

?dj^[mehbZjeZWo

20 Modal verbs: can, could, be able to


8

7h[oekcoied5

3 Present simple 1: statements

:eoekb_a[peei5

5 Present continuous
I^[im[Wh_d]WXh_]^jo[bbemZh[ii$

6 Present continuous and present simple


?cmWba_d]?Zedj^Wl[WYWh$

7 Imperatives
IjWoYWbc

R1 Review: present simple and present continuous 20

Past
8 Past simple 1: was / were

22

>[mWiWfefkbWh^[he$

9 Past simple 2: regular past forms

26
28
30
32

66

68
70
72

76

D[_j^[hZe?$

78

9^eYebWj[_iXWZ\ehoek"_idj_j5

80

Verbs
82

>Wl[oek]ejW\Wlekh_j[YheYeZ_b[5

84

:eoek][jWd]ho5

86

J^_daWXekj_j

36 Phrasal verbs
46

74

>emYebZ_ij^[9^Wdd[b5

35 Prepositional verbs
44

?^ef[oekbb[d`eooe]W$

18 Present continuous with future meaning

30 How ? questions

34 Make, do and get


42

The future
17 Will, shall, wont

29 What? and Which?

33 Have and have got


40

I_Yaf[efb[e\j[dki[Zjeib[[f_dj[cfb[i$

R3 Review: present perfect and used to

28 Be like and look like

R6 Review: questions and answers


38

J^[YecfWdo^Wi_dl[dj[Zj^[CWYWdZj^[_FeZ$

16 Used to

27 Object and subject questions

32 Question tags
36

J^[o^Wl[b_l[Zj^[h[\ehY[djkh_[i$

15 Present perfect or past simple?

26 Question words: Where? When? Why?


How? Whose?

31 So and neither
34

>Wl[oek[l[hjh_[ZckijWhZ_Y[Yh[Wc5

14 Present perfect 3

64

7h[X[[jb[i_cfehjWdj5O[i"j^[oWh[

M^_Y^e\j^[c_ij^[gk[[dX[[5

J^[ol[Wbh[WZo_dl[dj[Z_j

13 Present perfect 2

25 Yes / no questions and short answers

M^WjZe[iMebl[h_d[beeab_a[5

;l[hoed[mWijWba_d]WXekjj^[Wbb_]Wjehi$

R2 Review: past simple and past continuous


12 Present perfect 1

Questions and answers

M^eijkZ_[ZWj>e]mWhji5

J^[oifea[9[bj_YbWd]kW][i$

11 Past continuous

62

>emZ_Z^[Z_[5

24

I^[b_l[Z_dWjh[[$

10 Past simple 3: irregular past forms

60

M[cWod[l[hadem

R5 Review: modals
18

58

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24 Modals of possibility: may, might


16

56

?^Wl[jeijWo^[h[$

23 Should, ought to
14

54

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22 Must, have to and cant


12

52

>emYWdZe]i^[bfki5

21 Modals for requests: can, could, may


10

CWoX[oekadem^[h$

4 Present simple 2: negatives and questions

50

Modal verbs

Present
2 Be

R4 Review: the future

88

7\h_[dZjej_Zokfoekhheec$

I^[io_d]je=bWi]emjecehhem$

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37 Verbs with two objects

90

J[bboekh\h_[dZij^[jhkj^$

38 Verb + -ing or verb + to-infinitive; like and


would like

92

94
96

Articles, nouns, pronouns, etc.


40 Countable and uncountable nouns

102

:eoekademj^[Wdim[h5

43 Articles 2

104

114
116
118

124
126
128
130
132
134

;Wj^[Wbj^_bo$

57 Comparative and superlative adverbs

136

M^_Y^m_bb\Wbb\Wij[h5

58 -ed and -ing adjectives

138

?i_j[nY_j_d]5

59 Too and enough


J^_iY^W_h_ijeeie\j$

162
164

69 Defining relative clauses

166

7XWbb]Wc[j^Wj_ifbWo[Z_dcWdoYekdjh_[i

168
170

M^Wj_i"acbed]WdZcWZ[e\ijed[5

71 Time and sequence adverbs: first, then, afterwards 172

J^[bem[ijfe_djed;Whj^

56 Adverbs of manner

160

Relative clauses

70 Linking words: and, but, or, so, because

?jid[Wh[hj^Wdoekj^_da$

55 Superlatives

68 Say and tell

Linking words and sentences

$$$medZ[h\kb]ebZ[di^e[i$$$

54 Comparatives

67 Reported speech

122

?jiWmedZ[h\kbfbWY[$

53 Order of adjectives

158

?Zj^hemWYWa[Wj^_c_\^[Z_Zdjijef$

R13 Review: reported speech; say / tell;


relative clauses

Adjectives and adverbs


52 Adjectives

156

?\oekijkZoY^[c_ijho"oekbbd[l[hijefb[Whd_d]$

120

?jiWl[hokdkikWbXeea$

R9 Review: pronouns; possessives; quantifiers

Conditionals

I^[jebZc[jec[[j^[h$

M^ei[XW]_ij^_i5

51 There and it

154

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I^[iW_Zi^[mekbZd[l[h^Wl[WfWhjoW]W_d$

Co]h[Wj#]hWdZ\Wj^[hib[jj[hi

50 Whose?, my, mine

152

Reported speech
112

?Zedjademj^[cWdZj^[oZedjademc[$

49 Possessive s

64 Passive: present and past simple

R12 Review: the passive; conditionals

7beje\\kd

48 Subject and object pronouns

150

The passive

110

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47 Much, many, a lot of, a little, a few

148

=[jej^[XeWjWdZim_cjej^[_ibWdZ$

66 Second conditional

J^[h[Wh[dejhW_diehXki[i$

46 Something, everywhere, nobody, anyone

146

?j^Wff[d[ZWjd_]^j$

106
108

J^_i_ic[$

45 Some, any, no, none

62 Prepositions of time: at, in, on

65 Zero and first conditionals

FbWocki_YWdZmWjY^j^[X_hZi$

R8 Review: nouns and articles


44 This, that, these, those

144

?l[b[\jcoa[oiWj^ec[$

R11 Review: prepositions


100

>[Wj[iWdZm_Y^[i_dj[dc_dkj[i$

42 Articles 1

61 Prepositions of place

63 Prepositions of movement
98

M^[h[Ze[iiWdZYec[\hec5

41 Plural nouns

R10 Review: adjectives and adverbs

Prepositions

?cW]_d[Wijeho$

R7 Review: verb structures

142

M[WbmWoi^Wl[Zh[Wci$

B[Whdjeif[WaWdobWd]kW][_djmem[[ai

39 State verbs

60 Adverbs of frequency

140

7\j[hbkdY^m[l_i_jj^[F[]kY^[MWj[h\Wbb$

72 Both, either, neither

174

J^[oXej^b_l[_dW\WdjWiomehbZ$

73 Word order

176

Ekji_Z[j^[fehjjeZWo

R14 Review: linking words and word order

178

Appendices
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'.&

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'.'

If[bb_d]0l[hXi

'.(

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'.)

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'.*

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'.,

Answer key

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