By Martin Hewings
Complicated Grammar in Use comprises a hundred and twenty devices of grammar clarification and perform workouts. The ebook presents assurance of these language parts advanced-level scholars will locate so much profitable to check. The publication keeps the readability of presentation of different books within the 'in Use' kinfolk. Two-page devices current grammar rationalization and examples, together with standard scholar errors, on left-hand pages, and valuable and sundry perform on right-hand pages. additional perform routines in the back of the ebook supply extra difficult and contrastive perform of grammar issues from assorted devices. There are worthy appendices facing verb types, and a thesaurus. Grammar components are cross-referenced in the course of the booklet.
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29 be 10 + inTinmve (i am ю aoj, тишге регтеих (I will have done), and future perfect continuous (I will have been doing) Beto+infinitive Be to + infinitive is used to talk about formal or official arrangements, formal instructions, and to give orders. It is particularly common in news reports to talk about future events. Children are not to be left unsupervised in the museum. You are not to leave the school without my permission. The medicine is to be taken after meals. ) |D We often use be to + infinitive in //-clauses to say that something must take place first (in the main clause) before something else can take place (in the //-clause): • //humans are to survive as a species, we must address environmental issues now.
Dave and Sarah married. 5 You can have my old boots if you like. Now that I've got a new pair I them again. 6 The council road repairs over the next two days. 7 Most of my family to our wedding next month. 8 We have a slight delay because of the poor weather, but we off as soon as possible. 2 Choose a verb that can complete both sentences in the pair. Use will/won't (+ infinitive) in one sentence and the future continuous (will/won't be + -ing) in the other. (A & C) drive go open organise tell try 1 a b 2 a b 3 a b 4 a b 5 a b 6 a Matsuki their first factory in Europe next year.
Could can be used in the same patterns instead of may or might, particularly when we want to show that we are unsure about the possibility. Notice that we can combine these two patterns to talk about possible situations or activities that went on over a period of time until now (see also Unit 8): • David didn't know where the ball was, but he thought his sister might have been playing with it. (= from a past time until now) О We use may/might/could + well/conceivably/possibly + have + past participle (compare Unit 20D) to say it is likely that something would have happened in the past if circumstances had been different, or to say that by some time in the future it is likely that something will have happened.