In English, please! Corso completo per imparare l’inglese

Corso completo di grammatica inglese livello A1-B2

Daniele Novara, docente di Inglese del British Institutes di Torino, propone in questo volume
tutta la grammatica affrontando gli argomenti in maniera sistematica, a cominciare dalla spiegazione della regola con i relativi esempi fino ad arrivare alle eccezioni collegate, fondamentali per conoscere l’Inglese in maniera corretta.
Questo metodo permette l’acquisizione della lingua in maniera efficace e rapida.
Contenuti: esempi, eccezioni, riassunti dei vari tempi verbali, esercizi e soluzioni, phrasal verbs, verbi irregolari, false friends, espressioni idiomatiche schemi di curriculm vitae e lettera di presentazione, brainstorming: come impostare un discorso.

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INDICE

Verb to be
Verb to have got
Expressions with to have
Articles
Plurals
Demonstrative pronouns
Saxon genitive
Double genitive
Personal pronouns, possessive pronouns and adjectives
Prepositions of place
Prepositions of space
Prepositions of time
Some – any and no – none
Compound forms
Countable and uncountable nouns
Much – many – a lot of
A few – a little – a bit
Too – very – enough – quite
Comparatives and superlatives

Tenses
– present simple
Adverbs of frequency
– present continuous
– past simple
– past continuous
– present perfect simple
– present perfect continuous
– past perfect
– past perfect continuous
– simple future
– planned future
– intentional future
– close future
– timetable future
– imperative

Feeling verbs
Reflexive verbs
Pattern verbs
Modal verbs
Conditional
If clauses
Reported speech
Passive form
Relative clauses
Temporal clauses
Wish clauses
Used to clauses
Phrasal verbs
Irregular verbs

Attachments
– Phonetics
– Alphabet
– Speak English!
– What time is it?
– Numbers
– Months Seasons Days of the week

Exams preparation
– Formal/informal letters and emails
– Essay
– Graph

English for work
– Cover letter and Resume (CV)

Travel guide
– Giving directions
– Visiting a museum
– Ordering at a pub or restaurant
– At the hotel

Idiomatic expressions
False friends
Answer key

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