A Workbook to Communicative Grammar of English by Edward Woods, Rudy Coppieters PDF

By Edward Woods, Rudy Coppieters

ISBN-10: 0582381819

ISBN-13: 9780582381810

For the 1st time A Communicative Grammar of English may have an accompanying workbook. The workbook may also help make larger use of CGE via offering possibilities for perform and discussion.

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Example: It is surprising that nobody complained about what had happened. ⇒ Surprisingly, nobody complained about what had happened. 1. It was amazing that most passengers of the crashed airliner escaped unhurt. 2. I would like to buy a flat, and would prefer to have one with a good view. 3. It is tragic that five skiers died in the avalanche. 4. Barbara was foolish to carry thousands of dollars in her handbag. 5. It is unfortunate that too little is being done to protect the environment. 6. I regretted that some people failed to appreciate my point of view.

3. It is tragic that five skiers died in the avalanche. 4. Barbara was foolish to carry thousands of dollars in her handbag. 5. It is unfortunate that too little is being done to protect the environment. 6. I regretted that some people failed to appreciate my point of view. 7. I was lucky not to be at home when the gas explosion occurred. 8. It was quite sensible of the government to launch a new campaign against drink-driving. 9. It is to be hoped that the economy will pick up again later this year.

The work completed is being as we speak. 6. He working been has on that project for two years now. 7. She already seen has the film. 8. Surely he be can’t going to waste all that money on a car he never uses. 9. They have might gone to the meeting. I just don’t know. 10. That made hasn’t things difficult for you, has it? Task two ** In the story below, the verb phrases have been omitted. Complete the story, by putting one of the verb phrases here as indicated by the alphabetical order shown where the verbs should be.

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