Table of contents for Grammar for IELTS : grammar reference and practice / Diana Hopkins with Pauline Cullen.


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Introduction  . .......... . ....................... .... ................. .... ....... ...ii
present simple; present continuous; state verbs .......................................       1
Test practice: Listening Section 1 ...................................              ........  6
past simple; past continuous; used to; would .......        ........................ ... ........ ...   8
Test practice: Academic Reading  ..... ........ ............... ..................................... ...... ................... ........... 14
present perfect simple; present perfect continuous . ............................. .... ...... .18
Test practice: General Training Writing Task 1 .......................................       25
past perfect simple; past perfect continuous ... .... ............ ......... ....................  .... ... 27
Test practice: Academic Reading ....................  ...  ... ........................... ..........34
plans, intentions and predictions: present continuous; going to; will ....................  ................. 38
Test practice: General Training Reading  ........ .. ......... . .............. .... ....... ............ ...... ......... .. 44
present simple; be about to; future continuous; future perfect  ................................. .................. . ........... . 48
Test practice: Academic Writing Task  2  ......   ............................ ... .. .... ................................. 54
countable and uncountable nouns; quantity expressions (many, much, a lot of, some, any, afew, few, no) ...... 55
Test  practice: Academic  Reading  ................   ........ ......... ............ ............................... .....  . ................  .........  .......  60
articles; other determiners (demonstratives, possessives, inclusives: each, every, both, all etc.) ...................... 64
Test practice: Listening Section  4  .............................. ................. ................................ 71
personal, possessive and reflexive pronouns; avoiding repetition ..... ......... .... . ..................73
Test practice: Academic Writing Task 2  ........... ..................... ..., ... ......................   79
describing things; adding information about manner, place, time, frequency and intensity ....................... 80
Test practice: General Training Reading  ............ ....... .................... ....................... 87
comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs; other ways of comparing ..........................................   90
Test practice: Academic Writing Task 1 ..................................................................................... 97
noun + prepositional phrase; noun + participle clause; noun + to-infinitive clause .......................................... 98
Test  practice: Academic  Reading  .............................................................................. ............... .............................. ... 103
ability; possibility; alternatives to  m odals  ...:........................................................... 107
Test  practice:  Listening  Section  4  ......................................................................... ..................... ......... . ............ ..  113
obligation and necessity; suggestions and advice; adverbs ............................................................... 114
Test practice: General Training Reading ................................................................ 120
tense changes; time references; reporting questions; reporting verbs ............................................ 123
Test practice: Listening  Section  3  ...........................................              ..............   131
verb + to-infinitive; verb + -ing; verb + preposition + -ing; verb + infinitive without to .................................... 133
Test practice: Academ  ic  Reading  ..................................... .... .. ..   .............. ....... 140
zero, first and second conditionals; other ways to introduce a condition .................. .................. 144
Test practice: Academic Reading .............................................. 150
third conditional; mixed conditionals; wishes and regrets; should(n't) have ........................................ 154
Test practice: Academic Reading .................................. ......... ................................ 160
prepositions after verbs, adjectives and nouns; prepositional phrases ............... ...._ ....................................... 164
Test practice: Listening Section 2 ...........................................   ......  ................. 171
relative pronouns; defining and non-defining relative clauses; prepositions ........................... ......   173
Test  practice: Academ ic  Reading  ............................... ..... .......... .....................................  180
subject choice; introductory it; ellipsis; organising information; it- and what-clauses ..................................... 184
Test practice: Academic Writing  Task  2  ......... ............... ...............................  . ...... ............... ......  190
the passive; reporting with passive verbs; have something done; need + -ing ................. .......,................  . 191
Test practice: Academic Writing Task  1  .........................  .............       ........,............. 197
conjunctions, adverbials and prepositions; linking expressions ...... ..... .................. ....... ........ 198
Test practice: Academic Reading .........     ..........    ......  .................................. 206
pronouns; adverbs; verbs; adjectives ............................. .. ....................... 210
Test practice: Academic Writing Task  2  ............... ...................... ............................................... ....... 215
forming nouns from other parts of speech (verbs, adjectives and linking words) ..................................................216
Test practice: Academic Writing Task  1  ........................................... .... .. .... ........ ............. ........ 222
Recordin g  scripts  ........... ............. ..... ......... .................. ............................................................... 223
Appendix   1: Irregular  verbs  ....................              ............... ..........  ....... ......... ..... ....... 239
Appendix 2: Phrasal verbs.....     ..................................................... 240



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: International English Language Testing System, English language Examinations Study guides, English language Textbooks for foreign speakers Study guides, Universities and colleges Entrance requirements, English language Grammar Study guides