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CAMBRIDGE A se| f—study reference and practice book for intermediate students of Engfish 1“ | no with answers EDITION Raymond Murphy. Cambridge University Press - English Grammar in Use with Answers, Third Edition Raymond Murphy Frontmatter More information English. Advanced Grammar in Use Third edition is a fully updated version of the highly An ideal grammar book for students preparing for Cambridge English: C1.

How the book is organised There are units in the book. 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. Each unit consists of two facing pages. On the left there are explanations and examples; on the right there are exercises.

At the back of the book there is a Key for you to check your answers to the exercises page There are also seven Appendices at the back of the book pages — These include irregular verbs, summaries of verb forms, spelling and American English.

Finally, there is a detailed Index at the back of the book page It is suggested that you work in this way: If you are not sure which units you need to study, use the Study guide on page Study the explanations and examples on the left-hand page of the unit you have chosen. Do the exercises on the right-hand page. Check your answers with the Key. If your answers are not correct, study the left-hand page again to see what went wrong.

You can of course use the book simply as a reference book without doing the exercises. These exercises bring together some of the grammar points from a number of different units. For example, Exercise 16 brings together grammar points from Units 26— You can use these exercises for extra practice after you have studied and practised the grammar in the units concerned.

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There are also 1, test questions, and you can use these to make your own tests. The CD Rom can also be bought separately. The book will probably be most useful at middle- and upper- intermediate levels where all or nearly all of the material will be relevant , and can serve both as a basis for revision and as a means for practising new structures.

It will also be useful for some more advanced students who have problems with grammar and need a book for reference and practice. The book is not intended to be used by elementary learners. The units are organised in grammatical categories Present and past, Articles and nouns, Prepositions etc. The book can be used for immediate consolidation or for later revision or remedial work. It might be used by the whole class or by individual students needing extra help.

The left-hand pages explanations and examples are written for the student to use individually, but they may of course be used by the teacher as a source of ideas and information on which to base a lesson. The student then has the left-hand page as a record of what has been taught and can refer to it in the future. The exercises can be done individually, in class or as homework.

The book is sold with or without a CD Rom. This contains further exercises on all the units in the book, as well as a bank of 1, test questions from which users can select to compile their own tests.

The CD Rom is also available separately. An edition of English Grammar in Use without the Key is also available. Some teachers may prefer this for use with their students. The differences between this edition and the second edition are: There are eight new units on phrasal verbs Units — There is also a new unit on wish Unit Units 42—81 and 83— all have different numbers from the second edition.

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. Now 1 have it. The letter. Now it is only I2. I don't know. I After lunch you go to see a friend at her house. She says. Five minutes later. You say: You phone to reserve a table. Perhaps she has been successful. Hes 9. I've just. Tom has out. Have you travelled a lot. Have you ever been to China? What about India? Dave and Jane are talking about the places Jane has visited in her life which is: D What a boring film! Have you been there?

C Have you heard from Brian recently? Everything is going well. I haven't eaten anything since breakfast. Have you? L Rob hasn't studied very hard this term. It's his first one. Sarah has lost her passport again. This is the second time this has happened. That's the third time he's phoned her this evening. Exercises Unit 8 8. Make questions with ever using the words in brackets.

Some sentences are positive and some negative. How is Diane these days? Are you hungry? Can you play chess? Are you enjoying your holiday? Is Brussels an interesting place? Mike was late for work again today. Do you like caviar? I hear your car broke down have -meet- read see see try I I've no idea.

Yes, but. I've no idea. Yes, it's the second time. I 3 4 4 5 6 I saw Tom yesterday, but I read a newspaper yesterday, but I. Tracy worked hard at school last term. It snowed a lot last winter. Our football team won a lot of games lastseason, but we. Lu jack is driving a car. You ask: Ben is playing tennis. She says: Maria is in London. She has just arrived and it's very new for her. No, but the ground is wet. We use the present perfect continuous for an activity that has recently stopped or just stopped.

There is a connection with now: Have you been running? What have you been doing? I've been looking for you everywhere. Study this example situation: It began raining two hours ago and it is still raining. How long has it been raining? It has been raining for two hours. We use the present perfect continuous in this way with how long. The actixity is still happening as in this example or has just stopped. D How long have you been leaming English?

Chris hasn't been feeling well recently. You can use the present prefect continuous for actions repeated over a period of time: D Debbie is a very good tennis player. They've been going there for years. I We need an umbrella. I The ground is wet. It's been raining. We're waiting. Exercises 9. Iv You have just arrived to meet a friend who is waiting for you.

You meet a friend in the street. His face and hands are very dirty. You want to know how long. Lu Read the situations and complete the sentences. The rain started two hours ago. We started waiting 20 minutes ago. I started classes in December. I since December. She started working there on 18 January. Our friends always spend their holidays in Italy.

They started going there years ago. Put the verb into the present continuous I am -ing or present perfect continuous [I have been -ing. Where have you been? Stop it! The ceiling was white. She has been painting the ceiling.

She has painted the ceiling. Has been painting is the present perfect Has painted is the present perfect simple. We are interested in the activity. It does not Here. Has painted is a completed or not. I Compare these examples: My hands are very dirty.

I've been Z The car is OK again now. I've repairing the car. Joe has been eating too much recently. The box is empty. What have you: Where's the book I gave you? What been doing since we last met? Q Where have you been? Ti How long have you been reading: How much of that book have you read?

D Lisa is still writing letters. They've played tennis three times this i. But note that you can use want and mean in the present perfect continuous: Exercises Tom started reading a book two hours ago. He is still reading it and now he is on page Rachel is from Australia.

She is travelling round Europe at the moment. She began her trip three months ago. He began playing tennis when he was ten years old. This year he is national champion again -— for the fourth time. They still make films. Ln You have a friend who is learning Arabic. You have iust arrived to meet a friend. She is waiting for you. Some friends of yours are having a party next week. A friend of yours is a teacher. You meet somebody who is a writer.

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A friend of yours is saying money to go on holiday. I soon OUnJ: You look tired. My brother is an actor. II lose my address book. I I read the book you lent me, but. I I read the book you lent me, so you can have it back now. Unit 11 How long have you been? A Study this example situation: Dan and Jenny are married.

They got married exactly 2. They have been married for 20 years. We say: They are married. Compare the present and the present perfect: I have been learning I been waiting I been doing etc. C] Richard has been doing the same job for 20 years. E1 How long have you known Jane? For have. You can use either the present perfect continuous or simple with live and work: D Julia has been living I has lived in Paris for a long time.

I know him very well. Bob is a friend of mine. I know him for a long time. Sue and Alan are married since July.

The weather is awful. It's raining again. It's raining all day. I like your house. How long are you living there? Gary is working in a shop for the last few months.

We've only met a few times. How long do you - - it? You ask him: You ask her: You know that Jane is a good friend of Caro ine's. You ask Jane: You ask your friend: Tim always wears the same jacket. It's a very old jacket. Joe now works at the airport. She says that she lives in Chicago. E Yes. TV all evening. No, he. Yes, she. No, l.

York one day? T When?

We use for and since to say how long something has been happening. Sally has been working here for six months. When did'it start raining? When did Joe and Carol first meet? How long have they known each other? I since they were at school. How long is it since you last saw Joe? How long have you been? Paul has lived in London. We've been sitting here. Kevin has been looking for a job he left school.

I haven't been to a party. I wonder where Aloe is. She's been away The weather is dry. It hasn't rained. I lt's raining.

I4 Read the situations and complete the sentences. It's been raining since lunchtime. They first met years ago. He became ill on Sunday. He has. He became ill a few days ago.

She got 6 You have a headache. It started when you woke up. I've ,. Sue has been in Italy for the last three weeks. She went. You started six months ago. I woke up. Write B's sentences using the words in brackets. Do you often go on holiday? Do you often see Sarah? Do you often go to the cinema? Do you often eat in restaurants? Now write B's answers again. This time use It's since. Unit Present perfect and past 1 13 I have done and I did Study this example situation: Ten minutes later: Now Tom has found his key.

He has it now. Has he lost his key? It always tells us about the situation now. The past simple something happened tells us only about the past. Do not use the present perfect if the situation now is different. It's working OK now. Sally has won the lottery!

Use the past simple not the present perfect for things that are not recent or new: E1 Mozart was a composer. He wrote more than pieces of music. Did you know that somebody has invented a new type of washing machine? But if we continue to talk about it, we normally use the past simple: How did you do that?

I picked up a hot dish. Somebody has spilt something on the sofa. Unit 13 Complete the sentences using the verbs in brackets. Use the present perfect where possible. Otherwise use the past simple. Yes, I have a headache. It "15 Cl! Do you think it. You can have it. It outside the house.

There's an ambulance over there. Have you heard about Ben? He - his arm. How that 9 happen A: He off. Correct them where iicccssary. Do you know about Sue? OK My mother has grown up in Scotland. How many plays has Shakespeare writtei? Drugs have become a big problem everywhere. The Chinese have invented paper.

Shes gone shopping. Use a past tense: D It was very cold yesterday. D Paul and Lucy arrived ten minutes ago. I was very tired and went straight to bed. Use the past to ask When?

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B When did your friends arrive? Present perfect l Past simple D Tom has lost his key. Tom lost his key yesterday. He couldn't the house. I did a lot of work yesterday. D Have you seen Anna this moming. Z Did you see Anna this moming? Was Lisa at the party on Sunday? I don't think so. He has lived there: Ian lived in Scotland for ten years. Now he lives in London. I [1 l have never played golf.

C I t3 the last day of your holiday. After you come back from holidtxy you say: Exercises Unit 14 Are the underlined parts of these sentences right or wrong? I I've lost my key. I can't find it anywhere. Have you eaten a lot of sweets when Mu were a child? I've bought a new car.It's been raining. He lived from l"56 to Hes 9. There are also 1, test questions, and you can use these to make your own tests.

The water is boiling. He can't find it.