Basic Grammar Book 2 pdf




1 Nouns 7–23 Common Nouns 7 Proper Nouns 8 Singular Nouns 11 Plural Nouns 11 Collective Nouns 17 Masculine and Feminine Nouns 20 The Possessive Form of Nouns 22  2 Pronouns 24–31 Personal Pronouns 24 Reflexive Pronouns 26 Possessive Pronouns 27 Demonstrative Pronouns 27 Interrogative Pronouns 28 Indefinite Pronouns 28  3 Adjectives 32–43 Kinds of Adjectives 32 The Order of Adjectives 33 Adjective Endings 35 Describing What Something Is Made of 37 The Comparison of Adjectives 39 Adjective Phrases 42  4 Determiners 44–51 The Articles 44 Using Nouns without Articles 45 Demonstrative Determiners 46 Quantifying Determiners 47 Interrogative Determiners 49 Possessive Determiners 49 Numbers 50 Using Determiners Together 50
  5 Verbs and Tenses 52–87 Subject and Verb Agreement 52 Transitive and Intransitive Verbs 55 The Simple Present Tense 58 am, is and are 59 there is and there are 60 The Present Progressive Tense 63 The Simple Past Tense 65 was and were 66 Irregular Verbs 67 The Past Progressive Tense 70 have, has and had 71 The Present Perfect Tense 73 Irregular Past Participles 73 The Future Tense 77 do, does and did 80 The Infinitive 83 The Imperative Form of Verbs 84 Gerunds 85  6 Auxiliary Verbs 88–94 can and could 88 will and would 89 shall and should 89 ought to 90 must 90 may and might 90 Verb Phrases 91  7 Adverbs and Adverb Phrases 95–100 Adverbs of Manner 95 Adverbs of Time 96 Adverbs of Place 96 Adverbs of Frequency 97 Adverbs of Duration 97 Adverbs of Emphasis 98  8 Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases 101–108 Preposition or Adverb? 101 Prepositions of Place 102 Prepositions of Time 102 Prepositions of Direction 103 Prepositions with Special Uses 103 Prepositions with Adjectives,


Verbs or Nouns 105
  9 Conjunctions 109–117 and, but and or 109 Conjunctions Linking Phrases 110 Conjunctions with Lists 110 Conjunctions That Join Sentences 111 Other Words for and 111 Other Words for but 112 Other Words for or 112 Conjunctions of Time 113 Conjunctions of Place 113 Conjunctions of Reason 114 Conjunctions of Purpose 114 10 Sentences 118–133 Four Kinds of Sentence 118 Sentences with Objects 119 Verbs with Two Objects 120 Verbs with No Object 120 Simple Sentences 123 Compound Sentences 123 Conditional Sentences 124 Positive and Negative Sentences 124 Questions 128 Question Tags 130 11 Direct and Indirect Speech 134–139 Direct Speech 134 Indirect Speech 134 Indirect Commands 135 Indirect Questions 136 12 Punctuation 140–148 Punctuation Marks: period, comma, question mark,    exclamation point, apostrophe, quotation marks, colon 140 Capital Letter.


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