Longman English Grammar Practice_9

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Rembrandt2.3A, 3.1 C; with 2.3C-D; 'first mention' 3.2B; twice a day 3.2C; place of not afan 5.3C; at a party 3.3B around8.3A; it's about time 11.7D; l6.5A3, l6.7D3 about to: be about to 9.9B-C adjectives: 6.1 -5: formation 6.1 A-C; 10.4A-B; word order 6.4B-D; comparison of adjectives 6.5A-B; -ing American or she's an American 3.1 C; the large one(s) 4.2B-C; it's nice to adverbs 7.1 C; 'absolute adjectives' 10.4A-B; after get, etc. 10.4C; it's vital should 11.1 3C; How + adjective 13.7C; adjective + t o infinitive 16.4A-B, 16.7A; adjective + -ing 16.7A-B; adjective + preposition 1.8A; of time 1.8A-B; of place 1.8C; of 1.9B-C; of purpose 1 . 1.10C; of comparison 1.10D; and prepositions or particles 8.1A-B; 7.1 A-B; friendlyhn a friendly way 7.1 C ; he realize 7.8C he plays we11 6.4A; 7.2A, 7.4; with verb tenses: 9.2B, 9.3C, 9.4B, 9.5A-B, 9.6A-C, 9.7A-B, 9.4B, 9.5A, 9.6A adverbs of place: 1 .1 A, 15.3B adverbs of time: l . l A , 7.2, 9.3C, 13.6A, 15.3B advise: someone about8.6C; + that ... should 1 1.1 3B; someone (not) to 15.5A, 16.3C; advise against 16.7D3 afraid: I'm afraid so 4.3C; (very) much afraid to l6.4A; afraid of + -ing l6.7D2 conjunction 8.1C; clauses of time: 1.5A, 1.8A-B, 9.6A; after looking 1.1 1 B, 16.5A3, l6.7D; and afterwards 7.2C, 8.3A simple past 9.3C, 9.5D; How long 13.7D agree: + to/with 8.6; it is agreed 1 2.2C; 9.6B 1 1.3; allow you to 16.3C a lot (of): 2.4B, 5.1 -2; and much/many 5.4A-B; a lot better 7.5D; do a lot of already: and yet 7.2C; with the present well7.7D although: contrast clauses 1.9B among: preposition 8.1 B; and between 14.1D another 5.7A, another of 5.7C-D nouns 2.3C, 2.4B, 5.1 -3; as the 'plural' 5.3C, 13.2A; I don't want any 4.3B; any of 5.2A, 5.7C-D; any good, anybody/anyone/anything: 4.6B-C, any-compounds: 4.6B-C, 9.10B; 13.2A 1.8C; and nowhere 13.2A 2.8, 4.4B, 13.6C; if I were in Jane's appear: 9.1 C, 10.3C, 10.4A-B, l 6 . aren't I: 10.1B arrange: arrange to 16.2C; arrange to/ as: conjunction 8.1 C; time 1.8A, 9.4B; 1.9B; comparison 1.10D, 4.1B; preposition: 8.1 C, and like 8.4A you like 5.4B as if: clauses of manner 1.8A,D should 11.13B; 15.2A-B; in indirect questions 1.5C, 15.5B-C 1.8A-B, 9.6A assuming (that): 14.4C as though: clauses of manner 1.8D 1.4; and too 7.7D school 3.68, at home 8.2A, 10.2C; 8.3A; + -ing 16.7D2; at all 5.38 7.28-C, 7.4, 7.7D; and see be, have, avoid: + -ing 16.6A,C bad: and badly 6.4A; worse/worst 6.5C badly: and bad 6.4A; adverb 7.1 A,C; be: as auxiliary verb: e.g. 9.1C, 9.28, 1.2C, 6.4A, 10.1 -2: imperative 10.1A; past 10.1C, progressive forms 10.2A, and have gone 10.2C, have been with since/for 10.2D; there + be 10.3; and 10.4A, 11.1C, 11.4A-8, 11.5A; Iw ish l were 11.78; I'd rather be 11.8A; in + as if 1.8D; being 1.1 1 A, and having 1 O.4C conjunction 8.1 C : time 1.8A-8, 9.5A, believe: I believe so 4.3C; + in 8.6A, 16.7D3; the passive with verbs of 12.2C; have you believe 16.28; belong: + to 8.68; as stative verb 9.1 C better/best: 6.5C; as adverb 7.1A; be to/be about to/be due to: 9.98-C between ourselves 4.5C; between you and me 8.1 D; and among 8.4A bit: a bit (of) 2.4C, 5.1A, 5.2 8.6C, 16.7D3 16.78; bored with + -ing 16.7D2 buy: + me/for me 1.3A,C himself 4.5C; and till/until7.38; and with the passive 12.28; + -ing 16.7D1 could after I wish and if only 1 1.7C; if l 8 ; proper nouns 2.58-C, 3.1 C, Globe 3.6C noun clauses 1.58-C; relative clauses clothes: 2.6C 3.5A; the red one(s) 4.2C and word order 6.4D come: + across, by 8.6D; + off 8.88 come and 9.1 OD; come true 10.4C; defining clauses 1.78-C comparison: adverbial clauses 1.10D complements: 1.2C, 6.4A, 10.1-2, 10.4 compound adjectives: 6.1 C of adjectives 6.4C-D concord: with participles 1.1 2C; the they 4.6C; after none 5.2A, 5.7C; of adjectives and nouns 14.4C should 14.1 C ; imperative + andlor past perfect + modal 14.3C; mixed words replacing if 14.4C conjunctions 8.1 C ; replacing if 14.4C; consider: it is considered that 1 2.2C; 16.6A,C contrast: adverbial clauses 1.98-C coffee 2.3C-D; bread and a loaf 2.4A; 2.4C; singular countables with a/an place of countable nouns 4.28-C, countries: 3.6C, 4.1 C more 5.2C full verb 1 1.1 28-C l3.5C decide: it was decided that 12.2C; decision to 1 6.4C detininglnon-defining clauses: 1.78-C deny: deny taking/having taken 1 6.6A,C depend: + on 8.68, l6.7D3 disllke: + -ing 1 6.6A,D 9.98-C for 7.3C dynamic verbs: 9.1C each: 5.1 A; and every 5.6C; + (one) of 5.7C-D should 1 1.1 3C; eager to 16.4A,C 13.3C; Did you, -d/- ing forms: dancing-shoes 2.2A; 10.4C; too boring to/not interesting 5.78; either of 5.78-D; focus adverb: too and not either compared 7.7C, elder, eldest: 6.5C 7.5A; much enjoy 7.5D; + -ing 16.6A,C should 1 1 .13C conditionals 14.4C (conjunction) l.8C, 13.9C every: 5.1 A; and each 5.6C; every everybody/everyone: 4.6C; and one place 1.8C expect: I expect so 4.3C; expect (you) explain: explain it to me 1.3A, 8.6C; 16.4C fairly: 7.58-C fancy: + -ing 16.6A,D far: farther/further 6.5C; far better, far 13.7C up to 8.8D; 1 0.4A-8; feel something fewla few: 5.1, 5.4C; a few more 5.2C 5.4D find: find it for me 1.3A,C ; find out 8.7C; during 7.3C; buy it for me 1.3A; (= instead oflfor the benefit of) 1.3C; 13.7D; 13.5C, 13.9C; + -ing l6SA3, l6.7D forbid: 1 1.3, forbid you to 16.3C forget: + to or -ing 16.8C forgive: forgive someone for 8.6C; + -ing 16.6A,D friendly: 7.1 C further, furthest: 6.5C; see far future-in-the-past: 9.9C 4.1 C; and adjectives 6.2A ( a month's salary) 2.8C; the butcher's, 2.8D, 3.4A; a friend of mine/of my 1 3.6C; appreciate John's helping us 16.6C,D geographical names: 3.6C; with dressed4.58; get wet 4.58, 10.4C; something done (causative) 12.3C go:go to/be at 8.2A; + preposition 8.6D; have gone and have been 10.2C; go bad 10.4C; go sailing 16.6A; go on + to or -ing 16.8C to 9.9C gold: and golden 2.2C more/less 5.2C; and well6.4A, 6.5C; better/best 6.5C; any good 7.5D; not good complaining 1 6.7C grow:grow old 10.4C guess: I guess so 4.3C; guess at 8.68 any more 5.2C; and hard 7.1A-8; ever + inversion 7.8C; with need 10.2C; after would rather, would 1 1.5C; and have got to, must 11.9; 1 0C; in indirect 2.78; for animals 4.1 C; with anyone/ everyone 4.6C hear: stative verb 9.1 C ; I can hear do 16.1 C, 16.38; can't help + -ing home: at home 8.2A; be/go home 10.2C hope: I hope so 4.3C, 9.1 8 ; it is hoped that 12.2C; hope to 16.2A; hope to/ l3.7C; How 1 2C; should in indirect speech 15.5C l3.9C hundred: 3.28, hundreds (more) 5.2C twenty-year-old man 6.1 C verbs 1.5C, 15.4A; if/whether ... illnesses: 3.2D imagine: I imagine so 4.3C; imagine 12.3C; in conditional sentences 14.1 D; in indirect speech 8.28; in, for and during 7.3C; in my 4.68-C reporting verb in the present 15.2C; help, know 1 6.1 C ; see him come/ l6.2C; can't afford to 16.3A; want 16.3C; know him to be 16.3D; agree appreciate your helping 1 6.6C; 16.7C; preposition + -ing 16.7D-E; in order to: 1 6.2C 16.5A3, 16.7D2 (never) 7.8C; in questions 13.1-9 invite: invite you to 16.3C 6.5C irregular plurals of nouns: 2.5C 4.1C; 4.38; and so after believe 4.3C; it is 11.7D; it is said that 12.2C; it's easy it's: 10.1 C itself: 4.5A,C just: and justly 7.1 8; adverb 7.2C, 7.7A, l6.7D2 keep: keep it for me 1.3C; + -ing 13.5C is known that 12.2C; not know if/ whether 1.5C, 15.4A; know him (to) be 16.1C, 16.3D; know about 16.7D3; last: and latest 6.5C; and lastly 7.1A-8; last night 7.2A, 9.3C; at last 7.2C late: position 6.28; comparison 6.5C; and lately 7.1 A-8, 7.2C latest: and last 6.5C least: 5.1A; superlative 6.5C 5.2C; and fewer 5.4D; comparative 6.5C lesser: 6.5C much like 7.5D; as stative verb 9.1 C; 16.2C; (would) like (you) to 16.38; like him/his + -ing 16.6D; + to or -ing 1.2C, 6.4A, 9.1C, little/a little: 5.1, 5.4C; a little more/less 5.2C; less/least 6.5C; and small 6.5C; little does he realize 7.8C; do a little look: he looks good 1.2C, 6.4A, 10.4A- look forward to: 8.8D, l6.7E love: as stative verb 9.1 8-C; I'd love to 11.6C; love (you) to 16.38; love him/ his + -ing 16.6D; + to or -ing 16.88 from, with 8.5A; and become 10.4C; clauses 1.8A,D; adverbs of manner 5.2C, 6.5C; How many? 1.9C between you and me 8.1 D measures, etc.: 3.28-C, 6.1C; What 13.5C miss: + -ing 16.6A,D 11 .l-13: the two uses of modal verbs 11.1 38-C; there might be 11.13D; the sentences 14.1 8, 14.2C, 14.3C; in 9.3C 3.28-C 5.2C; comparatives 6.5 5.2C, not much 5.4A; much/more/ most 6.5C; much better, much enjoy 7.5D, very much better 7.6A; How much as: contrast clauses 1.9B compared 1 1.5B-C; and have (got) to 1 0B; in indirect my: and mine 4.4A-B; my own 4.4C; and the 4.4D 3.1C; academic titles 3.3B; the Mr 3.4B; titles: 3.58; place names 3.6C; nationality words: plurals 2.5C; she's an American/American 3.1 C nearly: nearly every 5.6C; and near 7.1 A-B need to 11.10C; modal and full verb + inversion 7.8C; with need 11.1 2A negative questions: 13.2C, 10.1 B 13.1 B; and adverbs of frequency 7.48; with 'negative adverbs' 7.8C, 13.2A; with no and not any, 4.6B, 5.3B-C; and tag questions 13.3 noun 5.78; neither of 5.7B-D; Neither 13.4A-B no: quantifier 5.1, no more 5.2C; and not any 5.3C, 13.2A; in yes/no short answers 13.1 C; there 's no regretting nobody/no one/nothing: 4.6B-C, necompounds: 4.6B-C, 13.2A 1.9C non-definingldefining clauses: 1.7B-C none:4.3B, 5.1-2, 5.3C, 5.7C, 13.2A; 7.2A, 8.2B 13.4A-B; and see (clauses of comparison) 1.10D; not + 4.3C; not much/rnany 5.1, 5.4A-B; not any, no and none 5.3C; compared with never 13.2A; not every 5.6C; not yet 7.2B; not ever 7.4A; not ... either and too 7.7C; I'd rather not l3.2B; Why (ever) not? 13.7A, 13.9C; 16.2C; let's not 16.1 B; and see nothing: 4.6B-C, 13.2A 1.5B; derived from questions 1.5C, 15.4, 15.58-C ('export and eiporl) 2.1 C ; as modifiers ( a gold watch) 2.2C, 6.4B-D; 3.1C; with bothand all5.5A; + t e infinitive 16.4C; + -ing l6.7A,C; and now: 7.2C, 15.3B sheep 2.5C; government, the public, clothes 2.6C; the Americans 3.3C; numbers: d a n and one 3.1 B; done twenty-year-old man 6.1 C 1.2C; indirect and direct object (show to me) 1.3B; pronouns 4.1 ; it and one (Not ' r ) 8.1 D; with phrasal verbs 8.6- 13.5B, asking 16.6D object to: 8.6B, l6.7E of: preposition 8.1 B; and made of, and bread 2.4C; of my own 4.4C; after 5.5C; after each, etc. 5.6C, 5.7C-D; 9.1 0C; with modals 1 1.6A, 1 1.6E; in often: 7.4, 9.5A, 11.2D 6.3A; older, oldest 6.5C; too old to 16.4B on you 4.5C; on a surface 8.2A; on ? 13.9C adverb 7.2C with d a n 3.1 B, 3.2B; one day 3.2B; place of nouns 4.2B-C, 4.3B; one's 5.4C; focus adverb 7.7A; only after, + inversion 7.8C ! 14.1D; and see either 4.4C pair a pair of trousers 22.C pardon: + -ing 16.6A,D 1.1 1 C; being and having been 1.1 2A; subject 1.1 2C; past constructions 1.1 2D; see someone coming 16.2A, 16.68, 16.6D 6.4C-D; busy working 16.78; not worth complaining 16.7C; and see 2.4C 12.2C; and the causative (have 2.7, 4.1C; after give, etc. reflexive pronouns 4.5C; with both and a11 5.5C; between you and me 12.2C; indirect speech 15.38; he is 16.6D piece: a piece of 2.4C 1.8A,C 3.6C; with prepositions 8.2A point: there's no point in trying 16.7C 16.5A4; excuse my asking 16.6C-D prefec stative verb 9.1 C; I much prefer 16.7A-C prepositions: in relative clauses 1.6C, 4.5C; words used as prepositions or prepositions or conjunctions 8.1C; after verbs 8.6A-D, 8.7A. 8.8D; after question-words (Who for?) 13.58-C, 13.9'2, 13.7A; + -ing l6'.5A3, 16.7D-E 9.5C; and past perfect progressive 9.68; and have been 10.2D present 9.1C, 9.2C; form 9.2A; uses 9.28-C; of be 10.2A; the passive 16.7D3 10.4C past (regular verbs, -(e)d) 9.3A proper nouns: plurals 2.58-C; with RembrandQ 3.1 C; the Mr Jones 3.4A, 3.6C; names replaced by the one/ him to be l6.3D providing/provid& (that): 14.4C toinfinitive 16.2C speech 1.5C, 15.4A 13.5-9; and short answers 13.1C; speech 1.5C, 15.4, 15.58-C; and see 13.3A-B; echo tags 13.3C; Did you, or noun clauses 1.5C; and see wh- quite: 7.5A-C rarely: 7.8C, l3.2A rather: 7.5C; and see would rather recently: 7.2C, 9.3C, 9.5A refuse: refuse to 1 6.3A; refusal to 16.4C regret: + to or -ing 1 6.8C and participle constructions 1.1 1 C speech 15.5A; + to or -ing 16.8C 8.6C; someone (not) to 15.5A, l6.3C reported 1 2.2C speech 1.58-C, 15.1-6 speech l5.5C result: in adverbial clauses 1.10C; with risk: + -ing l6.6A,C say: say it to me 1.38; say so 4.3C, that 12.2C; in direct speech 15.1 ; and see: stative verb 9.1 C; I can see 11.28; seem: as linking verb 1.2C, 6.4A, 9.1 C. 10.4A-8; + as if 1.8D; it seems so 4.3C; there seems to be 1 0.3C; it seldom: 7.4A, 13.2A; + inversion 7.8C sense verbs: 6.4A, 9.1 C, 10.4A-8, the present 15.2C; reporting verb in several: 5.1 A; several more 5.2C; + in indirect speech 15.3-6, 15.5B-C 4.1C 4.2C; with yes/no 13.1 C; after tag questions have (done) 1 1.9C; shouldn't (have 11.1 38-C; if you should see him 14.1C; after in case 1.108; in indirect speech 15.3-6; 15.58-C silly: in a silly way 7.1 C; don't be silly and past perfect progressive 9.6C; of with irregular verbs 9.38; uses 9.3C; progressive 9.4C; and present perfect 9.5D; of be 10.1 C; after I wish/if only 1 1.7; after would rather 1 1.88-C; and used to 1 1.1 1 8-C; replaced by would 11.11D; passive 12.1A 9.5A; and progressive 9.5C; and have gone 10.2C; passive 12.1A and present progressive 9.1 C, 9.2C; 10.1C; and used to 11.1 1A; replaced 11.1 38-C; 8.1 C: clauses of time 1.5A, 1.8A, smell: stativeldynamic verb 9.1 C; smell so 4.3C; so far 9.5A; So do I 13.4A-8; 13.4C; so as to: 16.2C; so (kind) as to 16.4A so long as: 14.4C nouns 2.3C, 2.48, 5.1 -3; as the plural 5.7C-D; do some reading 16.5A2 4.68-C; with imperatives 9.108; and somecompounds: 4.68-C; with soon: 7.2C difficult was it 7.8C sound: sound nice 1.2C, 6.4A, 10.4A-8 same spelling 2.1C; of nouns (plurals) stative and dynamic verbs: 9.1 C -ing 16.8C Street: Oxford Street 3.6C 1.2A, 4.1A, 4.3A; of be, etc.l.2C; use speech 15.4C 11.1 38-C; if suddenly: 7.2C suffixes: nouns 2.1A-8, 2.68, 3.3C; should 1 1.1 38; + -ing 16.6A,C suggestions: with modals 11.6C,F; in superlatives: 4.2C, 6.5 suppose: suppose so 4.3C; it is supposed that 12.2C; suppose thaff 14.4C surprised at: 1 6.7D2 take: (it) takes (me) 10 minutes to 1 6.3C taste: taste bad 1.2C, 6.4A, 10.4A-6; teach: teach you to 16.3C 1.5C. 15.4A-8; tell someone so 4.3C, 15.28; tell me about 8.6C; and say, to 15.5A, 16.2C, 16.3C than me 1.10D; in comparatives 6.5; + -ing 16.7C 16.3D-E; that ... should 11.138-C; it is said that 12.2C; relative pronoun 1.6. nationality nouns 2.5C, 3.3C; the for names (the USA) 3.6C; a pain in the neck 4.4D; after a lot of 5.2A; the + then: 1.4A, 7.2C, 15.38 10.3C; + modal auxiliaries (there might be, etc.) 11.1 3D; there is said to be 1 2.2C; there being 1 ,128 4.6C think: think that 1.58; think so 4.3C; think of 8.66; stative verb 9.1 C; Do that 12.2C; in direct speech l 5 . 4.2C, 5.7A; that boy of yours 4.48; this morning 7.2A; these days 7.2C; at 1.3A-8; to school3.68, 10.2C; focus adverb and not either 7.78-C, 13.4A-8; as well 1.4A, 7.7D trousers: 2.6C 16.8C turn yellow 10.4C understand: stative verb 9.1 C, 1 1.28; until, till: conjunction 8.1 C: time clauses 1 .$A-8, 9.3C; and by 7.38, 9.88; should 1 1.1 3C l6.7C l l A-C; I am used to + -ing 'export) 2.1C; followed by reflexive of perception 6.4A, 9.1 C, 10.4A-8, preposition: look at 8.6, 8.7A, 16.7D3; preposition: put up with 8.8D; + that 1 .I B The forms of a sentence 1 .I C Context 14 The Romans came here in 55 B.C. Key 1.2C-1.56 1.2C Sentences with linking verbs like 'be' and 1.38 Verb + object + 'to' + noun or pronoun: 1.3C The two meanings of 'for' Key 1.5C-1.76 1.5C Noun clauses derived from questions 1.6C 'Who(m)', 'which' or 'that' as the objects of b He's the man who(m)/that I sent the money to. c He's the man I sent the money to. c She's the nurse I gave the flowers to. c That's the chair I sat on c He's the boy I bought this toy for. c That's the building I passed by. c They're the shops I got these from. Key 1.7C-1.9D 1.7C Sentences with two meanings 1.8B Adverbial clauses of time (future reference) 1.8C Adverbial clauses of place 1.8D Adverbial clauses of manner 3 Much as I'd like to help you, I'm afraid . 1.9C Contrast (2) 1.10C Adverbial clauses of result with 'so ... 1.1 1 B The present participle in place of adverbial 1.1 1 C The present participle in place of relative 1.12B 'It being' and 'there being' 1.1 2C Agreement between present participle and 2.1 8 Nouns formed from verbs, adjectives, other 2.1C Nouns and verbs with the same spelling but 5 ob- 6 Qect 7 m d u c t 8 c o n u 17 =cent 18 a c a 19 exports 20 e x m 2.2C Compound nouns which tell us about 1 painting C 2 milk U 3 photos C 4 oil U 9 shirts C 10 coal U 5 motorway C 6 ice C 7 glasses C 8 stones C 9 paper U 10 iron C 2.3C Normally uncountable nouns used as 2.3D Normally uncountable nouns used as I ( - ) 2 d ( - ) 3 a 4 a 5 a 6 a 7 a 8 a 9 a 2.4C Partitives: 'a piece of', etc. 2.5C Nouns ending in -0 and some irregular plural 2.6C Nouns with a plural form + plural verbs: 2.7C Context 2.8C The use of 's and s' with non-living things: 2.8D Omission of the noun after 's Key 3.1 C-3.4A 3.1C Describing people and things with Wan' + one l o d o n e 11 a 12one 3.2C 'Alan' for price, distance and frequency: 3.3C 'The' + nationality noun: 'the Chinese' 20 If you were a cook, you'd have to work in a kitchen 3.4C Context 3.5C Context 3.6C Zero article or 'the' with place names 4.1C Gender in relation to animals, things and 4.2C 'Which [email protected])?' - 'Thislthat (one)', etc. 4.3C 'I hopelbelievelexpect so' 4.4C 'My own' and 'of my own' himself [> 4.1 C] 6 oneself 7 ourselves 4.5C Reflexive pronouns used after prepositions 4.6C 'Everyone1, 'anyone', etc. 1 fewer A 2 less B 3 a lot of C 4 a lot of C 5 much B 6 many A 7 most of the D 8 most C 9 most C 10 a little B 11 a few A 16 hardly any C 17 Neither D 18 Both A 6a very few eggs 6 b very little m i l k 5.1 C Context 5.2C 'More' and 'less' after quantifiers: Key 5.3A-5.6C 5.3C 'Not ... 5.3D Other uses of 'some' and 'any' i f 2 e 3 b 4 9 5 d 6 c 7 a 5.4C 'Few', 'a few', 'little', 'a little' 5.4D 'Fewer' and 'less' 5.5C 'Both' and 'all': word order with pronouns 5.5D 'None of' and 'neither of' [> 5.7C, note 21 3 Neither of the tyres needed 5.6C 'Each' and 'every' Key 5.6D-6.3B 5.7C 'Each of', etc. 5.7D 'One of' 6.1 B Adjectives formed with prefixes: 'possible1 6.1C Compound adjectives of measurement, etc.: Write 2: 1 b (fine silk), 2 b (is fine), 3 e (I'm going to be sick), 4 c (very ill) 5 d (in the early 1960s) 6.2C Adjectives before and after nouns with a l b 2 h 3 d 4 h 5 f 6 g 7 a 8 i 9 e 1 0 c Key 6.3C-6.5D 6.3C Context 6.5 The comparison of adjectives 6.4C Word order: past participle + noun: 6.4D Word order: adjective + noun: 'a big round 6.5C Comparative and superlative forms often 7.3C 'During', 'in' and 'for' 7.4C Adverbs of frequency at the beginning of a b Often, I bring work home from the office. b) Normally, John leaves home before his wife does. 7.5C 'Rather' 7.5D 'Much', 'any', 'far' and 'a lot' as adverbs of 7.6C Context 7.7C 'Too' and 'not either' 7.7D 'Also' and 'as well' some letters 7 I'd also like some sandwiches we'd Key 7.8A-8.2C I d 2 c 3 b 4 e 5 a 6 f 7 h 8 g 9 i l h 2 a 3 f 4 b 5 9 6 c 7 d 8 e 7.8C Inversion after 'negative adverbs', etc. 8.1 B Words we can use only as prepositions or 8.1C Words we can use either as prepositions or 8.1 D Object pronouns after prepositions: 'between 8.2C Context Key 8.3A-8.7C 8.6C Type 1: Verb + object + preposition + object, 8.6D Type 1 : Verb + preposition + object, I f 2 i 3 c 41 5 n 6 p 7 t 8 s 9 h 10m l l a 12q 13r 14k 15d 16b 179 18 j I f 2 b 3 k 4 n 5 j 6 p 7 h 8 s 9 c 10q l l t 12r 13e 140 1 5 d 16 i 17m 181 8.7C Type 2: Verb + particle + object, idiomatic: l e 2 i 31 4 n 5 j 6 f 7 k 8 m 9 0 l o b l l a 1 2 d 13h 149 15c Key 8.7D-9.2B l b 2 h 3 j 4 e 5 m 6 f 7 q 8 0 9c/d l o p l l i 12n 13a 141 15k 16c/d 179 8.8C Type 4: Verb + particle + preposition + 8.8D Verb + particle + preposition + object, l e 21 3 b 4 t 5 i 6 n 7 9 8 k 9 q 10s 19m 20c 9.1 C Stative and dynamic verbs he seem 5b l prefer