English for Academic Research Grammar Exercises by Adrian Wallwork

English for Academic Research Grammar Exercises by Adrian Wallwork

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Contents of English for Grammar Exercises

  • Nouns: plurals, countable versus uncountable, etc
  • verb agreement
  • uncountable nouns
  • Genitive: the possessive form of nouns
  • authors, theories, companies, products
  • various
  • Inde fi nite article (a / an), de fi nite article (the),
  • and zero article (Ø)
  • a, an, zero article (Ø)
  • a, an, one
  • a / an, the, zero article (Ø)
  • the, zero article (Ø): general versus specific::
  • all articles
  • Quanti fi ers: some, any, little, few, a lot of, lots,
  • much, many
  • some, any
  • something, anything, someone, anyone
  • a little, little, a few, few
  • lots, many, much, (a) little, (a) few
  • Relative pronouns: that, which, who, whose, what
  • defining and non defining relative clauses
  • which, that
  • deleting which, that, who
  • who, which, that, whose
  • use of commas:
  • use of commas:
  • which, what
  • that, which, what
  • Present tenses
  • present, present continuous
  • present simple, present continuous, present perfect,
  • Past tenses
  • past simple, present perfect:
  • present perfect continuous
  • present perfect, present perfect continuous,
  • past simple, past perfect
  • past simple, past continuous
  • Future tenses
  • present simple, will
  • will, going to
  • will, going to: questions
  • shall, will: questions
  • Conditional forms: zero, fi rst, second, third, mixed
  • zero, fi rst conditional
  • first, second conditional
  • second, third conditional
  • mixed conditionals
  • would, would like
  • would have to, should
  • would, should
  • Passive versus active: impersonal versus personal forms
  • to be, to have
  • active to passive
  • In fi nitive, -ing form (gerund), suggest, recommend
  • infinitive after certain verbs
  • allow, enable, permit
  • allow, enable, permit
  • suggest, recommend, want, would like,
  • would prefer
  • Modal verbs
  • can, may: negative
  • can, may: affirmative
  • can, may: questions
  • can, could, might: affirmative and negative
  • could, might: negative
  • could, might: affirmative
  • can, be able, could, may, will
  • can, could, may, must
  • have to, must: affirmative, negative, interrogative
  • have to, must: affirmative and negative
  • various modal verbs and alternative forms
  • phrasal verbs
  • Word order
  • subject at the beginning of the phrase
  • direct and indirect objects
  • adjectives and comparative forms
  • past participle
  • inversion of subject and object: question forms
  • inversion of subject and object: adverbs
  • adverbs of frequency
  • adverbs of manner
  • adverbs: just
  • adverbs: clearly, normally, consistently, finally
  • adverbs: also, either, both
  • adverbs all types
  • various
  • Comparative and superlative forms
  • form
  • the more… the more
  • Numbers
  • Acronyms and abbreviations
  • acronyms
  • abbreviations
  • Titles
  • a, an
  • indefinite, definite, zero article
  • indefinite, definite, zero article
  • prepositions
  • Abstracts
  • present simple, present perfect
  • present simple, past simple
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • structured abstract: present simple,
  • present perfect, past simple
  • structured abstract: present perfect, past simple
  • present simple, present continuous, will
  • Introduction and review of the literature
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • active, passive
  • present perfect, past simple
  • present perfect, past simple
  • present simple, present perfect
  • would (future in the past), simple past,
  • third conditional
  • Materials and methods
  • would / should in the past
  • active, passive
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • Results
  • the, a / an, ø (zero article)
  • active, passive
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • Discussion
  • making hypotheses
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • can, could, may and might
  • Conclusions
  • various tenses
  • various modal verbs
  • Abstract contrasted with conclusions
  • various tenses
  • active, passive
  • Mini tests
  • Nouns: plurals, countable versus uncountable, etc
  • verb agreement
  • uncountable nouns
  • Genitive: the possessive form of nouns
  • authors, theories, companies, products
  • various
  • various
  • Inde fi nite article (a / an), de fi nite article (the),
  • and zero article (Ø)
  • a, an, one
  • a / an, the, zero article (Ø)
  • the, zero article (Ø):
  • all articles
  • Quanti fi ers: some, any, little, few, a lot of, lots,
  • much, many
  • some, any
  • something, anything, someone, anyone
  • a little, little, a few, few
  • lots, many, much, (a) little, (a) few
  • Relative pronouns: that, which, who, whose, what
  • defining and non defining relative clauses
  • which, that
  • deleting which, that, who
  • who, which, that, whose
  • use of commas:
  • which, what
  • that, which, what
  • Present tenses
  • present, present continuous
  • present simple, present continuous, present perfect,
  • Past tenses
  • present perfect, present perfect continuous,
  • past simple
  • past simple, past perfect
  • past simple, past continuous
  • past simple, past continuous, past perfect:
  • Future tenses
  • present simple, will
  • will, going to
  • will, going to: questions
  • will, future continuous:
  • will, future continuous:
  • shall, will: questions
  • Conditional forms: zero, fi rst, second, third, mixed
  • zero, fi rst conditional
  • first, second conditional
  • second, third conditional
  • mixed conditionals
  • mixed conditionals
  • would, would like
  • would have to, should
  • would, should
  • Passive versus active: impersonal versus personal forms
  • to be, to have
  • active to passive
  • passive to active
  • In fi nitive, -ing form (gerund), suggest, recommend
  • infinitive, -ing form
  • infinitive after certain verbs
  • allow, enable, permit
  • suggest, recommend, want, would like,
  • would prefer
  • Modal verbs
  • can, may: negative
  • can, may: affirmative
  • can, may: questions
  • can, could, might: affirmative and negative
  • could, might: negative
  • could, might: affirmative
  • can, be able, could, may, will
  • can, could, may, must
  • have to, must: affirmative, negative, interrogative
  • have to, must: affirmative and negative
  • various modal verbs and alternative forms
  • Word order
  • subject at the beginning of the phrase
  • direct and indirect objects
  • adjectives and comparative forms
  • past participle
  • inversion of subject and object: question forms
  • inversion of subject and object: adverbs
  • adverbs of frequency
  • adverbs of manner
  • adverbs: just
  • adverbs: clearly, normally, consistently, finally
  • adverbs: also, either, both
  • adverbs: all types
  • adverbs all types
  • various
  • Comparative and superlative forms
  • form
  • the more… the more
  • numbers
  • Acronyms and abbreviations
  • acronyms
  • abbreviations
  • Titles
  • a, an
  • indefinite, definite, zero article
  • indefinite, definite, zero article
  • prepositions
  • Abstracts
  • present simple, present perfect
  • present simple, past simple
  • structured abstract: present simple,
  • present perfect, past simple
  • structured abstract: present perfect, past simple
  • present simple, present continuous, will
  • Introduction and review of the literature
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • active, passive
  • present perfect, past simple
  • present simple, present perfect
  • would (future in the past), simple past,
  • third conditional
  • Materials and methods
  • would / should in the past
  • active, passive
  • active, passive
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • Results
  • the, a / an, ø (zero article)
  • active, passive
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • Discussion
  • making hypotheses
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • can, could, may and might
  • present simple, present perfect, past simple
  • Conclusions
  • various modal verbs
  • Abstract contrasted with conclusions
  • various tenses
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