Spoken English: An Idiomatic Grammar for Foreign Students

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Oliver and Boyd, 1958 - English language - 309 pages

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Contents

Introduction
1
PAGE
3
CHAPTER II
9
Uses of Ordinary Form Active and Passive Voices of Past
20
CHAPTER III
21
IO They as General Personal Pronoun
25
Simple and Compound Relative Pronouns
26
Who Whose and Whom as Relative Pronouns
27
Although Though Although yet and though yet as Conjunction
160
103
161
Before as Conjunction
162
But as Conjunction
163
Except that as Conjunction
164
How as Conjunction
165
Lest as Conjunction
166
Nevertheless as Conjunction
167

Which Whose and of Which as Relative Pronouns
28
Which as Relative Pronoun referring back to Whole Clause
29
Distinction as Relative Pronouns between Who or Whom and That and between Which and That
30
What as Relative Adjective
31
Compound Relative Pronouns
32
Interrogative Pronouns
33
Who Whose and Whom as Interrogative Pronouns
34
Which as Interrogative Adjective
35
Wha as Interrogative Adjective
36
Demonstrative Pronouns
37
This These That and Those as Demonstrative Adjectives
38
Former and Latter as Demonstrative Adjectives
39
Such as Demonstrative Pronoun
40
Each as Pronoun
41
Each Other One Another as Pronouns
42
Uses of Continuous Form Active Voice of Futureinthe
43
Everybody and Everyone as Pronouns
44
Either as Adjective and Conjunction
45
Every as Adjective
46
All as Noun Adjective and Adverb
47
Any Anybody Anyone Anything Some Somebody Someone and Something
48
Any as Pronoun
49
Anybody Anyone and Anything as Pronouns
50
Some as Pronoun
51
Both as Adjective and Conjunction
52
Few a Few and the Few as Pronouns and Adjectives
53
Many as Adjective Adjective used as Noun and Adverb
54
Much More and Most as Pronouns
55
Much More and Most as Adjectives Adjectives used as Nouns and Adverbs
56
No Nobody None No One and Nothing
57
Nobody and No One as Pronouns
58
None as Pronoun
59
One as Adjective and Adverb
60
Every Other as Adjective 43
61
Others as Pronoun
62
Another as Pronoun
63
CHAPTER IV
64
Attributive and Predicative Uses of Adjectives
65
Arrangement and Placing of Adjectives
66
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CHAPTER V
84
CHAPTER VI
93
List of Commoner Prepositions
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12
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Along as Adverb and in Compoun
101
23
104
Because as Conjunction
107
Excepting as Present Participle of To Except
115
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135
Within as Preposition
136
Idioms Illustrative of Use of Prepositions after Certain Nouns Adjectives Adverbs and Verbs
137
CHAPTER VII
158
and in Compounds
159
129
168
CHAPTER VIII
175
Indicative Mood
183
Present Perfect Tense Indicative Mood Active Voice
193
Uses of Continuous Form Active Voice of Past Perfect
199
Uses of Continuous Form Active Voice of Future Perfect
205
Past and Future Conditional Tense Indicative Mood
207
FuturePerfectinthePast and Past Conditional Tense Indicative Mood Active Voice of To Take
212
Indicative Mood Passive Voice of To Take
213
dicative Mood
214
Mood
215
Subjunctive Mood
216
Optative Sentences
222
Intentional Statements
224
Past Tense Indicative Mood Active Voice of To Take
225
Uses of Ordinary Form Active and Passive Voices of First Present and Future Tense Subjunctive Mood
226
Uses of Continuous Form Active and Passive Voices of First Present and Future Tense Subjunctive Mood
228
Second Present and Future Tense Subjunctive Mood Active Voice of To Take
229
Uses of Continuous Form Active Voice of Second Present and Future Tense Subjunctive Mood
231
Imperative Mood Active Voice of To Take
232
Infinitive Mood
233
Uses of Infinitive Mood Active and Passive Voices
234
Participles
236
Gerunds
240
Auxiliary Verbs
241
To Have
248
Shall and Will
256
Should and Would
257
Can and Could
258
May and Might _
260
To Do
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Must
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Ought
265
CHAPTER Di
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Break 267 28 Make
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Call 268 29 Pass
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Cast 268 30 Play
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Clear 269 32 Put
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Come 270 33 Reach
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Cover 271 34 Read
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Do 272 36 Run
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Draw 273 37 See
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Drink 274 38 Send
295
Fall 275 40 Shoot
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Force 275 41 Shut
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Get 276 43 Sit
298
Hand 278 45 Stop
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Hold 280 47 Take
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Keep 281 48 Think
301
Leave 283 50 Turn
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Like 283 51 Want
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Live 284 52 Work
304
Look 285 53 Miscellaneous
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