Natalie is the student who dropped out of college, the one who never did any studying. 3 (Matthew played tennis with that man.) I was pleased about winning. The picture is being shown in an exhibition. ������� a) at you b) for you c) to you d) you 1 I rang my friend in Australia yesterday, and she said it………………….. raining there. 'Where do you live?' With a team of extremely dedicated and quality lecturers, oxford practice grammar intermediate pdf … . You promised to finish the work by the end of this week. The company expect people to do overtime. ~ The jacket. The steward said we could sit here. Rachel arrived late, as we expected. ~ I don't know. 6 Sarah's mobile phone was stolen while she was away …………. The computer gives me a headache. 4 We've had six weeks without rain. Test 22E Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Use these phrasal verbs: dig up, pick up, plug in, throw away, wash up Use these objects: the armchair, litter, the plates, the road, the television ► They're throwing the armchair away. 5 When he spoke to reporters yesterday, Mr Douglas said that Zedco …………… now in a much better financial position. We finally completed the journey here (3) ……………..Friday evening (4)………… about eleven o'clock. They ran out of it. I love being (1)……………an island. Robert: What time will the office close this evening? Claire said she might go to Bali again. It was in 1492 that ......................................................................... 2 What does Tiger Woods play? She said her tooth ............still aching. (know) 4 Are we allowed to smoke? We use them An adding clause has commas around it. (= I'm sorry, and I said so before.) The meanings are clear if you know the words come, in, turn and round. (like) You need to click on the box, like I showed you. The preposition often has a phrase with a noun after it. So instead of Tom's words I'm having, David says he's having. I wish I'd.......................... it …………..(writedown). cafe nearby?' ► Rita: I like pop music more than classical music. (She did a parachute jump.). I've got a nice flat, which is very (4) .............................................. the one I had in London. 'How We asked what the problem was. I wonder who will buy it. You look like your brother. There is always more than one possible answer. 5 The teacher was dictating so fast we couldn't................................................ (go as fast as) her. (= go together with) The thief managed to get away with about £2,000 in cash. 1 often read during a meal. 9 The embassy was burnt down by terrorists. We can leave out when or why, or we can use that. The tense change: is —► was, etc In reported speech there are often changes to the tense, to pronouns and so on. I feel like a drink. Mark told me the windows weren't locked. 'Can I have some brochures, please?' (= the thing that I wanted) What we saw gave us quite a shock. we were out. Prisoners at a jail in Iowa in the US were trying to think of a way of escaping. Trevor dug up an old coin in the garden. 8 Did you …………… anything to Melanie about the barbecue? Oxford Practice Grammar: With Answers 2nd Edition by Varios Autores (Author) 4.6 out of 5 stars 11 ratings. We don't know the name of the person the police are questioning. 1 Ask if you can pay in notes, (cash) Can................................................................................................................................... 2 Ask if the information is current, (date) Is ............................................................................ 3 Ask your friend if he dropped the ball deliberately, (purpose) Did …………………………………………………………………………………………... 4 Ask if there is anything to watch tonight, (television) Is………………………………………………………………………………………………... 5 Ask your teacher if he or she will be here on the last day of July, (end) Will .................................................................................................................................. 6 Ask Melanie if she thinks nuclear power is a good idea, (opinion) Is ....................................................................................................................................... 7 Ask Nick if he is selling his car. Art don't think I've seen that. 1 Jessica: I don't like wine. I hope I've made that clear. 5 (which is on the tenth floor) My new flat .......... ……………………………….has a terrific view. Do you remember the day (that) we moved the piano upstairs? Compare this conversation and newspaper report. (= the thing that we saw) We can also use what to give emphasis to a word or phrase, to make it more important. Oslo for the next World Championships. 2 I'm writing in pencil so I can rub out my mistakes. What's the ................................................ it? 139 Prepositions in relative clauses Introduction A relative pronoun (e.g. I'm not one of those people (►)who can eat standing up. I think it's a good idea. 4 Trevor tried to fix the shelves .................. Laura was out shopping. Mrs Lewis: Well, let me have it (5)……………….Wednesday of next week, please. 2 Noun + preposition (A-B) Complete the sentences. a) as b) like c) near d) similar 11 Rupert's new car looks more …………. in advance, up to date, out of date The company wants us to pay for the goods in advance. But many phrasal verbs are idiomatic. For behaviour towards another person, we use good to, kind to, nice to, polite to and rude to. TEST 23 Reported speech (Units 132-136) Test 23A Some of these sentences are correct, and some have a word which should not be there. I keep falling over it! DIRECT QUESTION REPORTED QUESTION 'When did you start acting, Melissa?' That and which refer to things. It was Tom who had an accident (not David). Their skill at trampolining was put to good use when six prisoners bounced over the prison wall and escaped. ~ It fell down a hole. Sarah's boss said she could leave early. B By or until? ~ In Greece. 4 Laura: Could you put some shelves up, please, Trevor? A pronoun (e.g. They stole £2,000 from her. ART GOLDING DIES Trevor: Who? When I saw Susan yesterday, Test23E Report the sentences. The .......................................................................................................................... 6 The vase was extremely valuable. Our apartment here is fine. And I am not afraid to say so ......... 3 No one cares about these people. … Mark was talking about golf. (who has twins) Olivia, who has twins, often needs a babysitter. on the whole, in general On the whole it's a good idea, but there are one or two problems. ? (= make contact) The company has laid off two hundred workers because of a lack of new orders. 3 The woman was getting from the car. The girl who plays the piano? My passport is out of date. ... Second edition Oxford Practice Grammar with answers John Eastwood Oxford University Press Oxford University Press G... Grammar Practice … controlling the costs of the project. His girlfriend had left him two days .…………. The reason why Nick came was that he wanted to see Rita. ~ Really? Harriet: You mean someone.................................................................. 13 About, of and to (C) Put in about, of or to. 2 Vicky's name was missed off the list, so she wasn't very pleased. The police know who carried them out. It upset everyone. ► I got here an hour ago. a) at b) for c) on d) to 7 We'd all decided to go on holiday together, but the plan fell……………….. , I'm afraid. It'll be quicker to go in the car. 129 Phrasal verbs (2) A Everyday situations Here are some phrasal verbs in everyday situations. Sarah said she's going/she was going to Rome in April. Mechanic: I've just had a request for a breakdown truck. You (today): Sarah told me the conference had taken place. (I'm) 4 They started playing an hour ago. David: Mm. Matthew never sees things from Emma's point of view. Emma was annoyed with Matthew. One of these people has murdered the industrialist Colin Howard. The idea is that you point the thing (7)……………………….. your attacker and spray him with the gas, which knocks him (8) ..................……………. Oxford Practice Grammar … ? (= didn't happen) The company fought off a takeover by ICM Computers. That's the difference (8) ……………………… Greenway and ordinary stores. It's a pity I've never been (6) …………………………………………boats, because this is a good place for sailing. Oxford Grammar Tree Answer Key Read PDF Oxford Grammar Tree Answer Key Class 7 GRAMMAR ADVANCED WITH KEY AND , GEORGE YULE, ,, 280 pages. B Verb + object + preposition Here are some more examples. switch off the computer, didn't I? I'm very busy this week. 'I'll definitely finish it by the end of next week! NOT by we-arrived See Unit 27B for the present simple after until, etc. 4. 2 It was a very long tunnel, but we finally came .................................... the sunshine. The woman whose flat show, never turned up. Your friend predicted this, (as) 3 Tell Claire that you saw her sister. ~ 'No, not yet' 'Can if/whether they can take photos. 1 Vicky doesn't like the dark, (afraid) She's …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2 Nick was watching a video, but he's going to switch it off. Daniel: Surely I remember you saying ................................................................... 1 Matthew: I'm applying for the job. 6 (she bought the sofa from) Sarah can't remember the name of the shop………………………. (= take strong action against) I'm afraid we've come up against another difficulty. a) after b) by c) for d) since 5 I've lived here ............ last year. It would be a short visit, (might drop) 3 You don't mind what you do. ~ That man. I was wondering how we can find out. Ilona: Well, I studied it ->for five years at school, and I've been having evening classes (1) ………………last summer. 5 The government has introduced a new ......................................... luxury goods. Add a sentence with who or that as the subject of the underlined part. I just asked what the time is. the tall boy, not the boy who is tall. 'I may go to Bali again.' getting married next month. The clause which pounds. 1 prefer hot weather to cold. proud of A Introduction Matthew: Why are you angry with me, Emma? Oxford Practice Grammar with Answers.pdf - Google Drive. Sarah said she was going to Rome in April (Now it is May.) (C) Put in as or as if. Melanie poured tea for the guests and handed the cakes round. That's an old castle that we visited. Yes, I agree with you. He's admitted it. Daniel had a job interview on Thursday. The verb + adverb has a special meaning. 4 I thought I recognized the assistant * served us. Oxford University Press Great Clarendon Street, Oxford OX2 6DP Oxford New York Auckland Bangkok Buenos Aires … Unfortunately the young man (4) who played lohn Worthing forgot his lines twice, but that did not spoil the evening, (5) which was a great success. ISBN-13: 978-0194313698. His mother asked him to dig her garden. We went to the Riverside Restaurant, where I once had lunch with Henry. He sometimes behaves as if he's the only one with problems. Has she been married…………………………? (ask) 6 Peter: I really must leave, (insist). Mark: Oh, it's only five minutes (2) ……………..... foot, but with all my luggage, I'd probably go (3) …………. 1 A bomb caused a lot of damage. 124 Exercises 1 Noun + preposition (A-B) Complete the conversation. (= reduce) I'm trying to lose weight. (= We have none left.) have announced that they are Trevor says he's tired. 1 Matthew worked ......... a waiter last summer. ? (= find the right time for) I can't make a promise and then go back on it, can I? 2 I think Matthew and Emma have quarrelled. The revised edition provides additional grammar topics and expanded treatment of others, more exercises and progress tests at intervals throughout the book, and more illustrated dialogues and texts (the grammar … Matthew: Yes, but not here. ► a kitchen a cupboard you hit nails with it 1 a hammer the person you keep valuable things in it 2 your destination a piece of furniture you cook in it 3 a safe the place you can either sit or sleep on it 4 your opponent a room you're going to it 5 a sofa bed a tool you're playing against them ► A kitchen is a room you cook in. The only difference is that my flat here is (5) ............................................. horrible old furniture. ► Where are the toilets? IN COLLECTIONS. ► Someone knows all about it - the secretary. The man who shot two policemen has gone to prison. (= see clearly) Sometimes a phrasal verb has the same meaning as a one-word verb. This famous picture - which was damaged These clauses identify which thing the speaker is during the war - is worth thousands of talking about. What's her name? Here's what the critics said when it opened five years ago. ? 3 Anna insisted on showing us her photos. That's what I heard. Mark thought Sarah would love a holiday. Melissa is sure they will be happy together, she told reporters. I'm trying to concentrate on my work. 122 During or while? The old castle that we visited was really interesting. What Vicky is looking for is a job in television. the tickets are on sale yet. 7 Mrs Miles was taken ill three weeks ago. \\ As or as if? You said you liked chocolate, but you aren't eating any. Since then Zedco has performed poorly and has (5) ………………………………in the race for market share. They knew that the governor felt sympathy for his prisoners and wanted a good relationship with them, but they weren't surprised when he said no. Use the word in brackets with the correct preposition. 6 When I've come................................ the cold, I just want to sit by the fire. (= succeeded) Why did you turn down such a good offer? That would be quickest. A sign warned motorists about/of the danger, (warn of/about a danger) A sign warned motorists about the hole in the road, (warn about something that might be dangerous) With remind, there is a difference in meaning between about and of. 4 The players had-numbers at their shirts. A policeman told me to move the car. on purpose, by mistake/chance/accident / didn't spill my drink on purpose. 3 lt(C) Quiz champion Claude Jennings is answering some questions. 4 Which is nearest the sun, Venus or Mercury? The way in which grammar is presented and practised. The bus I'm waiting for is late. Matthew: Sorry, but I have to go now or I'll be late for the basketball game. Oxford Practice Grammar by Oxford University press PDF available. (tell) 6 How much does a ticket cost? It is now the day of the party. 127 Exercises 1 Verb + object + preposition (B) This is a sports commentary at the Olympic Games. This is the colour we've finally decided on. But you said last week you weren't getting married. But as he also believed (4)……………………………..being prepared for the worst, he bought a can of gas that would protect his girlfriend (5)…………………………. 14 An apology alone cannot ...............................(compensate for) all the inconvenience. ] For prepositional verbs see Unit 126. / admitted I wasn't listening/hadn't been listening. Writer: John Eastwood Edition: Second Press : Oxford University Press Who is this book for? People want to see this film……………………………….. 3 Greenway Supermarket. (know) 2 How long does the film last? 2 Robert wanted to know if did the price included breakfast. The comfort of the guests, (5)…………… the owners treat almost as members of the family, always comes first. Use one word only in each space. ~ Who is? We also use as with verbs of speaking and knowing, e.g. It stood for 28 years. There have been a number of raids. Put in who, whom, whose, which, where or why. Matthew reminded her. I don't call that quick. Have you any idea how much a taxi would cost? and keep. 4 The accident wasn't very serious. Note that on foot means 'walking'. 'What's the time?' Who are you waiting for? for, from. (A-C) Put in a phrase with for, since or ago. 1 The Sales Manager is going to .................. everyone about the meeting. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8, 135 Reported questions A Wh-questions We can report questions with verbs like ask, wonder or want to know. Did you pay for the coffee? The Guardian 5 'It will be a great success.' They are common in news reports. 1 ............................................................................................................................................................. 2 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. The cameras discourage/prevent motorists from speeding. 6 Lisa drew a plan on the back of an envelope 7 I'll be exhausted by the time I get home. say, know, expect. And isn't it good news? Robert Walsh 8 'You shouldn't miss it.' Come in and sit down. Oxford Practice Grammar with Answers by John Eastwood.pdf. We do not use to after phone. Look at the detective's notes and write a sentence about each person. Use said and change the tense in the reported speech. I feel sorry for poor Melanie. Nick gave up smoking ................................ ago. Is Zedco the company which was taken over last year? We'll have to get on to our suppliers. I pressed the wrong button by mistake. 1 This wallet is made of plastic not leather. Tom agreed not to talk about football. Sarah: Well, you could have been more polite. Vera Stokes, politician - her sister once worked for Colin Vera is the politician whose sister once worked for Colin. 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