This four-level series systematically addresses the form, meaning and use of each structure. It focuses learners' attention on the greatest challenge for each structure to help them communicate accurately, meaningfully, and appropriately.
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Jan Frodesen is Director of ESL in the Department of Linguistics, University of California, Santa Barbara, where she reaches graduate and undergraduate courses in ESL and TESL. Her research and professional interests includes composition pedagogy, academic literacy, development, pedagogical grammar and ESL articulation issues in post secondary education.Review:
1. The Verb Be 2. The Verb Be 3. The Verb Be 4. Nouns 5. The Verb Have 6. This/That/These/Those and Possessives 7. This Is/There Are, A/An versus The 8. Simple Present Tense 9. Simple Present Tense 10. Imperatives and Preposition of Location 11. Quantifiers 12. Adverbs of Manner 13. Direct and Indirect Objects, Direct and Indirect Object Pronouns 14. Can, Know How To, Be Able To, Connectors: And/But/So/Or 15. Present Progressive Tense 16. Adjective Phrases 17. Past Tense of Be 18. Past Tense 19. Reflexive Pronouns, Reciprocal Pronoun: Each Other 20. Future Time 21. Phrasal Verbs 22. Comparison with Adjectives 23. Comparison with Adverbs 24. Superlatives 25. Factual Conditionals Appendices
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