English for Environmental Protection

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PICCIN, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 444 pages
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Contents

SPOTLIGHT ON SCIENTIFIC ENGLISH
3
INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR FOR THE STUDY
11
THE PRESENT AND IMPERATIVE
23
THE PAST
31
Use
34
Short Answers
35
THE PRESENT PERFECT AND THE PAST PERFECT
37
Present Perfect with for since just yet and already
39
Which Referring to Whole Sentences
88
Where When and Why in Relative Clauses
89
PREPOSITIONS
91
PREPOSITIONS OF POSITION AND MOVEMENT
92
Certain Verbs with to or at
93
Summary
94
PHRASAL VERBS
99
Summary
102

Form
41
Contrast
42
Use
43
Use
44
THE FUTURE
45
Form
46
Contrast
47
Use
48
Form
50
Use
51
THE FUTURE PERFECT
53
Use
54
Use
55
SIMPLE CONTINUOUS AND PERFECT ASPECTS OF THE VERB
57
Continuous Aspect
58
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
59
Who as Subject and Object
60
Form 6l 50 Tag Questions Use
61
Agreeing with Tag Questions
62
Use
63
Hope Expect Suppose Think
64
MODALS
65
Form and Use
68
Form
69
Use
70
Form and Use 7l 63 Need as a Main Verb Form and Use
72
MODALS IN THE PAST TENSE
73
Use
75
SENTENCE STRUCTURE
77
Direct Object and Indirect Object
78
Order of Adverbs
79
Form
80
Spelling Rules for Adverbs Ending in ly
81
Order of Adjectives
82
RELATIVE CLAUSES
85
Subject and Object in Relative Clauses
86
Defining Relative Clauses
87
Some Common Phrasal Verbs
103
NOUNS ARTICLES AND QUANTIFIERS
105
The Possessive Case
107
Countable and Uncountable Nouns
108
Singular and Plural
109
Form
110
Use
111
Counting the Uncountables
112
Use
113
The Indefinite Article a and the Definite Article the
114
No Article
117
ADVERBS AND ADJECTIVES ll9 COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES ll9 108 Comparatives
119
Form
121
Use
122
The Qualification of Comparatives and Superlatives
123
Adverbs of Manner l24 114 Comparative and Superlative Adverbs
124
GERUNDS AND INFINITIVES l27 THE GERUND l27 115 The Gerund
127
Verbs + Gerund l28 117 Prepositions + Gerund l29 118 Person + Gerund l30 119 Gerunds as Subjects of Sentences
130
THE INFINITIVE l3l 120 The Infinitive
131
Form l34 122 The Perfect Infinitive Use
134
Contrast
135
Form 137
138
All Tenses Simple and Continuous
139
Form l40 129 To Have Something Done Use
140
MISCELLANEOUS l43 WISH l43 130 Wish + Past Simple l43 131 Wish + Past Perfect l44 132 Wish + Would + Infinitive
143
USED TO l45 133 Usedto + Infinitive l45 134 To Be Used to + Gerund
145
CONDITIONALS
147
DIRECT AND REPORTED SPEECH
153
APPENDIX I
165
APPENDIX III
171
APPENDIX V
175
GLOSSARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL TERMS
217
APPENDIX VIII
399
WORKS CONSULTED
427
INDEX
439
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