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gongturoqate.cf A study guide (available only in the edition with answers) that Grammar in Use, Intermediate and Basic Grammar in Use. English Grammar in Use: full series / Pdf + Cds Basic Grammar in Use [Third Edition] By: Essential Grammar in Use - Raymond Murphy [Cambridge]. Basic Grammar in Use Student's Book with Answers by Raymond Murphy, g; Publication date 08 Apr ; Publisher CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

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Pages Liked by This Page. Rachel's English - American Pronunciation. British Council. This means: she is driving now, at the time of speaking. The action is not finished. I'm trying t o work. Are you enjoying the party? What's going on? For example: Steve is talking to a friend on the phone.

He says: I'm reading a really good book at the moment. Steve is not reading the book at th e t ime of speaking. He means that he has started it, but has not fi nished it yet.

He is in the middle of reading it. Some more examples: 0 Kate wants to work in Italy, so she's Learning Italian. They hope to finish it next summer. You can use the present continuous with today I this week I this year et c. C The company I work for isn't doing so well this year. We use the present continuous when w e ta lk about changes happening around now, especiallywith these verbs: get change become increase rise fall grow improve begin start 0 Is your Engli sh getting better? U1nitThe sentences on the right follow those on the left.

Which sentence goes w ith which? Complete the conversations. Is he OK? YI 1t:. I I listen to it. She's on holiday in France. I I eat lunch. I I get tired. I need a rest. He's taken the day off. I I look for Sophie. Do you know where she is? Things never stay the same. Every year things are more expensive.

The rai n has stopped, and the wind isn'tas strong. He is not driving a bus. He is asleep. He is a bus driver. We use the present simple to talk about things in general. Remember: They teach I work For spelling -sor -es , see Appendix 6.

Where do you come from? In the following examples, do is also the main verb do you do I doesn,t do etc. He doesn't do anythi ng to help. We use the present simple to say how often we do things: '--' I get up at 8 o'clock every morning.

C1 julie doesn't drink tea very often. I promise I I apologise etc. Sometimes we do things by saying something. For example, when you promise to do something,you can say 'I promise I I advise I I insist I I agree I I refuse German very well.

Put the verb into the correct form. Ricardo I come from? How long Use the following verbs to complete the sentences. Sometimes you need the negative:believe eat flow make nse tell translate1 The earth goes round the sun. You ask Lisa questions about herself and her family. Write the questions. You want to know how often. Ask her. How often.. You want to know. Ask Lisa. You want to know which one.

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You want to know wha t he does. You wan t to know. We use the continuous for things happening at or around the time of speaking. The action is not complete.

I am doing. Can you turn it ' Water boils at degrees Celsius. What language c lt doesn't rain very much in summer. Let's go and eat. Learning Italian. They haveWe use the continuous for temporary situations: lived there all their lives. C I'm Living with some friends until I find a place of my own. C joe isn,t lazy. He works hard most of 0 A: You're working hard today. B: Yes, I have a lot to do. See Unit 2 for more information. See Unit 1 for more information.

For example: I'm always losing things. More examples: 0 You're always playing computer games. You should do something more active. He's always complaining. Correct them where necessary. Q 2 The water boils. Can you turn it off? That man tries to open the door of your car. What do they talk about? How do you get on? He's always getting to work on time. They're always arguing. Put the verb into the correct form 1 present continuous or present simple.

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I think I I start to feel tired. I I learn. My father I I finish work at five, but this week I I work until six to earn a little more money. They were born there and have neverlived anywhere else. I I usually enjoy parties, but Finish B's sentences. Use always -ing. YotA 're o.. You've made the same mistake again. Some verbs for example, know and Like are not normally used in thisway.

We don't say 'I am knowing' or 'they are liking'; we say 'I know', 'they Like'. The following verbs are not normally used in the present continuous: Like want need prefer know realise suppose mean understand believe remember belong fit contain consist seem 0 I'm hungry.

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I want something to eat. ThinkWhen think means 'believe' or 'have an opinion ', we do not use the continuous: lJ I think Mary is Canadian, but I'm not sure. When think means 'consider', the continuous is possible: U I'm thinking about what happened. I often think about it. Lefs open a window. Can you hear it? Look feelYou can use the present simple or continuous to say how somebody looks or feels now: U You Look well today.

Compare: J I can't understand why he's being so selfish. He isn't usually like that. He is very selfish. I I use it. I I not I remem ber it now. I I think of sell ing my car.

Would you be interested in download ing it? I I think you shou ld sell your car. Use the words in brackets to make sentences. You should also study Unit 3 before you dothis exercise. Is t here anything to eat? Am I right? Complete the sentences using the most suitable form of be. I wonder w hy. He Lived from 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 : 0 I work in a travel agency now. Before that I worked in a department store.

For spelling stopped, studied etc. But many verbs are irregular. The past simple does not end in -ed. For example:write wrote 0 Mozart wrote more than pieces of music. I didn't enjoythey saw did she see? Units 14 rcisesRead what Laura says about a typical working day: 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 finish. 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. LauraYesterday was a typical working day for Laura. Write what she did or didn't do yesterday. You ask James about his holiday. Write your questions. How are things? Fine, thanks. I've just had a great holiday. To the U. We went on a trip from San Francisco to Denver. By car? Yes, we hired a car in San Francisco.

Two weeks.

In hotels? Yes, small hotels or motels. Yes, but it was very hot - sometimes too hot. Of co urse. Complete the sentences. Put the verb into the correct form, positive or negative. They started at 10 o'clock and finished at So, at They had not finished playing.

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C What were you doing at 10 o'clock last night? Compare the past continuous I was doing and past simple I did :Past continuous in the middle of an action Past simple complete action C I was walking home when I met Dan. We often use the past simple and the past continuous together to say that something happened in themiddle of something else: 0 Matt phoned while we were having dinner. You were sitting on the grass and reading a book. But we use the past simple to say that one thing happened after another: 0 I was walking along the road when Isaw Dan.

So Istopped, and we had a chat. We knew each other well. Write sentences as in the examples. The past continuousis not always necessary see the second example. Use your own ideas to complete the sentences.

Use the past continuous. Put the verb into the correct form, past continuous or past simple. Tom and jane at the airport a yesterday when a man She few weeks ago.

When I last Iwasscared and I Fortunately it.. He can't find it. He has Lost his key.