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• Unit 11: The genitive case
• Unit 12: Singular and plural nouns
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• Unit 14: A, an, some, any, no, not, none, each, every and the; compounds of some, any, no and every
• Unit 15: Neither, not...either, none, not...any, both and all
• Unit 16: A few, few, a lot, lots, a little, little, many, much, no and plenty
• Unit 17: Enough, too, so and such
• Unit 18: Comparative and superlative sentences
• Unit 19: The adjective order
• Unit 20: Relative clauses
• Unit 21: Do and make
• Unit 22: Modal verbs
• Unit 23: Infinitives, gerunds and present participles
• Unit 24: Conditional sentences
• Unit 25: Passive sentences
• Unit 26: Reported speech
• Unit 27: Purpose
• Unit 28: Word order
• Unit 29: Inversion
• Unit 30: Connectors
• Unit 31: Prepositions
• Unit 32: Phrasal verbs


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1. A, an, some, any, no, not, none, each, every and the; compounds of some, any, no and every (somebody / someone, anybody / anyone, something, anything, somewhere, anywhere, nobody / no one / no-one, nothing, nowhere, everything, everybody, everywhere) - Unit 14

2. Adjective order - Unit 19

3. A few, few, a lot, lots, a little, little, many, much, no and plenty - Unit 16

4. As if / as though - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 59

5. Barely, hardly, neither, never, nobody, scarcely, seldom... - Unit 3, section 11

6. Barely, hardly, neither, never, nobody, scarcely, seldom... - Unit 5, section 3

7. Any with words that have a negative meaning - Unit 14, section 9

8. Be going to - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 9

9. Be (present) - Negative and interrogative sentences, section 2

10. Be (past) - Negative and interrogative sentences, section 9

11. Be (present) - Short answers, section 3

12. Be (past) - Short answers, section 8

13. Be (present) - Question tags, sections 2 and 3

14. Be (past) - Question tags, section 10

15. Be (am, is, are, was, were, been, being, be to, be about to, be bound to, be going to, there is, there are, there was, there were), used to, would, be / get / become used to, dare (dare say / daresay), have (have got, has, had, do not have, having, have / get something done, have someone do something, get someone to do something, had better), get, become, grow, go, turn, fall and feel - Unit 6

16. Can - Negative and interrogative sentences, section 1

17. Can, could - Negative and interrogative sentences, section 15

18. Can - Short answers, section 1

19. Can, could, may, might - Short answers, section 15

20. Can - Question tags, section 1

21. Could - Question tags, section 19

22. Can, could, be able to, was / were able to, managed to, succeeded in, may, might, be allowed to, was / were allowed to, cannot, may not, must, must not, have to, will have to, had to, do not have to / do not need to, need not, need not have + past participle, did not need to / did not have to, should, ought to, cannot / could not have + past participle, shall... - Modal verbs, unit 22

23. Comparative and superlative sentences: er, the...est, than, in, of, on, bad, badly, worse, the worst, far, further / farther, the furthest / the farthest, good, well, better, the best, little, less, the least, few, fewer, the fewest, many, much, more, the most, elder, the eldest, as...as, so...as, as much as, as many as, double comparatives, the + a comparative, the same - Unit 18

24. Conditional tenses - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 14

25. Conditional verbs - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 42

26. Conditional verbs, special cases - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 60

27. Conditional sentences: if, whether, whenever, as / so long as, but for, on condition (that), provided / providing (that), suppose / supposing (that), unless, if...why, if you like, if you would like, in case, or (else), either...or, and - Unit 24

28. Connectors: although, though, even though, even if, in spite of, despite, but, however, nevertheless, nonetheless, all the same, yet, still, even so, no matter how, much as / though, notwithstanding, for all that, also, besides, in addition (to), and what is more, on top of that, on the one hand, on the other hand, so, therefore, consequently, for this reason, as a result, as a consequence, in consequence, thus, hence, with the result / consequence, as, since, because, for, because of, on account of, owing to, due to, seeing (that / as), thanks to, the reason (why / that), through, in my opinion, to my mind, in my view, to me, to my way of thinking, as far as I am concerned, if you ask me, from my point of view, from my viewpoint, as I see it, the way I see it, personally, for my part, as far as I know, as far as I am aware, to (the best of) my knowledge, for all I know, taking everything into account / consideration, taking account of everything, all in all, briefly, in brief, in conclusion, in short, (to put it) in a nutshell, summarising, summing up, to sum up, after all, finally, lastly, next, then, first of all, in the end, last of all, to begin / start with, for a start, to finish with, to conclude with, etc. (et cetera), and so on / forth, and so on and so forth, and / or whatever (else), and whatnot, and what have you, for example, for instance, such as, like, as a case in point, and the like, and such like, apart from, except for, needless to say, it goes without saying, let alone, to say nothing of, not to mention, to put it another way, that is, in other words, I mean, on the whole, by and large, broadly speaking, generally speaking, in general, above all (else), first and foremost, in (actual) fact, in point of fact, as a matter of fact, actually, in connection with, as regards, regarding, in regard to, with regard to, as for, as to, apropos (of), in this regard, in this connection, on this score, in this respect, on this matter, on this subject - Unit 30

29. Defining, non-defining and co-ordinating / connective relative clauses and cleft sentences: that, which, who, whom, whose, of which, where, when, why, what, present participles (-ing), infinitives - Unit 20

30. Do and make - Unit 21

31. Enough, too, too much, too many, so, so much, so many and such - Unit 17

32. Gender: masculine and feminine nouns - Unit 13

33. Have got, has got - Negative and interrogative sentences, section 3

34. Have got, has got - Short answers, section 2

35. Have got, has got - Question tags, section 4

36. Imperatives - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 54

37. Infinitives, gerunds (-ing) and present participles (-ing) - Unit 23

38. Infinitives and -ing forms - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 69

39. Inversion: under / in no circumstances, at no time, rarely, never, neither, nor, only, well, little, so, such, many, many a time, hardly, scarcely, barely, no sooner, not only, should I, were I, had I, be, up, down, off... - Unit 29

40. Irregular verbs - Unit 8

41. I wish, if only, I would rather / sooner, it is (high / about) time - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, sections 55-57

42. May, might - Negative and interrogative sentences, sections 13 and 14

43. Neither, not...either, none, not...any, both and all - Unit 15

44. Passive sentences: direct and indirect objects, the agent, infinitives and gerunds (-ing), it is said he... / he is said to..., should, have / get something done - Unit 25

45. Passive verbs - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 61

46. Personal pronouns, possessives and reflexive pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, you, him, her, us, them, my, your, his, its, our, their, mine, yours, hers, ours, theirs, myself, yourself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves, each other, one another - Unit 10

47. Phrasal verbs, prepositional verbs and phrasal-prepositonal verbs - Unit 32

48. Prepositions: in, on, at, during, by, for, since, within, towards, over, throughout, all through, inside, past, to, around, round, about, after, before, beyond, until, till, up to, as from / of, between, against, upon, into, onto, ahead, down, up, along, across, through, away from, via, under, outside, beneath, above, below, underneath, out, off, in front of, behind, opposite, close to, near, far from, next to, beside, alongside, with, in favour of, for, among(st), without, plus, minus - Unit 31

49. Purpose: to, in order to, so as to, so as not to, in order not to, so that, in order that, for, in case, lest, should, to prevent, to avoid - Unit 27

50. Questions and exclamations: yes-no questions and wh-questions (what, which, who, whom, where, when, what time, what...like, why, whose, ever, how, how much, how many, how far, how long...) - Unit 4

51. Reported speech: now, then, today, that day, tomorrow, the following / next day, yesterday, the day before / the previous day..., say, tell, ask, what to know..., if, whether, imperatives, questions - Unit 26

52. Shall + infinitive - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, sections 51 and 52

53. Singular and plural nouns: regular plurals, irregular plurals, Latin, Greek and French plurals - Unit 12

54. So, neither, nor, either - Unit 5

55. The genitive case or the possessive case or the Saxon genitive and the of-construction - Unit 11

56. The future continuous (or progressive) tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 11

57. The future perfect continuous (or progressive) tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 13

58. The future perfect simple tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 12

59. The future simple tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 10

60. The past continuous (or progressive) tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 4

61. The past perfect continuous (or progressive) tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 8

62. The past perfect simple tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 7

63. The present continuous (or progressive) tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 2

64. The present perfect continuous (or progressive) tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 6

65. The present perfect simple tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 5

66. The simple past tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 3

67. The simple present tense - Verb tenses: forms, unit 7, part 1

68. The simple present and the present continuous - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, sections 1-12

69. The simple past and the past continuous - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 13

70. The present perfect simple and the simple past - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, sections 15-27

71. The present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, sections 28-32

72. The past perfect simple and the past perfect continuous - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, sections 34 and 35

73. The present continuous, be going to + infinitive and will + infinitive - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, sections 37-50

74. The future continuous (or progressive) - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, sections 63-65

75. The future perfect simple and the future perfect continuous - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 67

76. The past forms of will and shall: would and should - Verb tenses: uses, unit 9, section 71

77. Word order: also, usually, often, never, still, yet, already, too, as well, no longer, not...any more / longer, probably, definitely, certainly, direct and indirect objects, to, for, manner, time, company, agent, place, instrument, point of view, complement - Unit 28


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