~ In Greece. 5 There was an article in the newspaper that I wanted to ……………………. Your friend predicted this, (as) 3 Tell Claire that you saw her sister. You may also need to put in one or two commas. 10 Someone will have to type all these figures out. Compare these examples. a) at b) for c) in d) to 1 You can see all the information .…………. 3 I can't think of an .............................................. the problem, I'm afraid. That book 'Brighton Rock', which The woman (who) you met yesterday works in advertising. I'll see to the matter at once. (= spend less) Our lawyers will draw up a new contract. Anna to Janet: Don't forget to sign the form, (remind) Anna reminded Janet to sign the form. The preposition always goes before the object. The girl who just said hello is Tom's new girlfriend. (= stopped) / had a pain in my arm, but it's gone away. Put in these words: fallen behind, fell through, fight off, laying off, put forward, sort out, step down, taking over, taken on Zedco Chief Executive Barry Douglas has (►) put forward a new plan designed to (1) ……………………………………………… the company's problems. for sale, on the market The house next door is for sale. 7 Could you be quiet for a minute, please? You said you like/liked chocolate. Was that the restaurant to which you normally go? ...? I'll soon catch up with you. oxford practice grammar with answer key Oct 13, 2020 Posted By EL James Ltd TEXT ID 33982685 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library cd rom pack with key practice coost cd rom pack basic level grammar … The person who/whom the police were questioning has now been released. 5 There was a poster warning young people …………… the dangers of drugs. 1 A policeman to Christopher: Stop shouting, (tell) 2 Tessa: It was me. She dresses like a fashion model. 4 Emma: Hold…………… a mi n u t e . I'm not one of those people (►)who can eat standing up. I'll have to look (3)………………..how it all works. TELL SAY We use tell if we want to mention the hearer When we do not mention the hearer, we use say. Use one word only in each space. proud of A Introduction Matthew: Why are you angry with me, Emma? ► I'm afraid the car has broken down 3 I can't hear. (= managed to stop) / tried to ring Santiago, but I couldn't get through. (know) 5 What time is the flight? 3 Tom's story wasn't completely true. A pronoun (e.g. Which is the European country whose economy is growing the fastest? The old man fell through to directory enquiries. Hurry up. ? Oxford English Grammar: the advanced guide Finding the answers you are looking for is a simple task if you follow the chapter headings, unit headings and page references in this answer book. You (today): Sarah told me the conference had taken place. Sarah: Did you say she didn't ........................................................................................................ 4 Tom: The police say it's murder. Claire: Well, it's true. Sometimes we can leave the pronoun out of an identifying clause (see Unit 138B). 1 I'll give you the money, for I I I must / my ticket / pay 2 I have to look smart, going to / I'm / on / put / that expensive grey coat 1 bought 3 Anna rang, invited / lunch / she's / to / us 4 Peter's got the photos, at / he's / looking / them 5 I wasn't allowed to go. You don't have to be brilliant (3)…………… it. 3 Laura painted a picture, and it's being shown in an exhibition. a number of improvements in the service we offer. It happened while they were asleep. This is the bus that I've been waiting for. Use these adjectives and put a preposition after each one: aware, different, famous, full, interested, late, ready, responsible, similar, used Everything was strange here at first because this new job is (►) different from any I've had before. 'I may go to Bali again.' way of, answer to, interest in. I'm going out for the evening. . Here's what the critics said when it opened five years ago. We talked to Natasha about classical music. Find more similar flip PDFs like eastwood john oxford practice grammar with answers. Asking for information (D) You need information. But many phrasal verbs are idiomatic. 136 Exercises 1 Tell/ask someone to do something (A) Trevor isn't feeling very happy. 'Is there a nearby. (been) 5 Jonathan can play tennis very well, (good) 6 I'm rather busy now. their lunch three hours ago. Melissa is sure they will be happy together, she told reporters. (C) Put in as or as if. ~ What dog? Nick can be a difficult person. and keep. I don't want to ................................ all evening. At the party Mark talked to a strange woman who (7)……………………………(believed) ghosts. Business situations (C) Complete the news article about Zedco. the man (he has a beard) the man with a beard ? 2 Changes of person (A-B) Put in the missing words. You'll love them............................. …………….. 3 Leaving out the relative pronoun (B) Look carefully at these sentences. on television, on the radio/the phone/the Internet / saw the programme on TV. Sarah: Yes, but we can't all be good (2)................ taking physical exercise. 5 Nancy told me she had started the job the week before. 1 The road was wet when the accident happened. Olivia: I'm not sure. This famous picture - which was damaged These clauses identify which thing the speaker is during the war - is worth thousands of talking about. Who are you waiting for? The play (►) that the students put on last week was Oscar Wilde's 'The Importance of Being Earnest' (►) which was written in 1895. With a team of extremely dedicated and quality lecturers, oxford practice grammar intermediate pdf … Did you pay for the coffee? her, me) only in The boss wanted to say something to Sarah. 6 It's eight months since my brother had any work. They hope to build the new bridge by next July. As a beginner you simply have to learn the Mark is a good golfer, but today he played like a basics. 1 prefer hot weather to cold. 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. We've had this car (for) six months. 3 A traffic warden: You can't park your car in the High Street. Susan thought 'That I can't understand what's happening.' 3 The Titanic It is over 200 miles long. B Understanding phrasal verbs Some phrasal verbs are easy to understand. This is our first real holiday (►) for ages, and I'm enjoying it tremendously. They repaired it a week .………………….. 3 A young man threw himself off this bridge last year. 2 Daniel spends money………….. it grows on trees. I'm staying in England for a year. (= take control of). The man is rather strange makes who lives next door to Melanie adds information sense only if we know which man. But 1 knew it would be like this when I (6)………………………..a career in nursing. The meeting Mark had to attend went on for three hours. I'm looking after the children while their parents are out. 'What's the time?' Use these phrases: at his desk, in bed, in the garden, in the shop, on the road ► She's been in the shop for half an hour. 134 Reported speech: the tense change A When do we change the tense? 2 For and since (A-B) Look at the pictures and say how long people have been there. 1 asked you not to wear those boots in the house. Use the word in brackets to join the two ideas together. Nice to see you. Someone wants to know which way the post office is. There's no doubt now that Brearley will be invited (5)………………... . The ................................................................................................... Now comment on these conversations. 1 (who took Rita to the party) The person ........................ ………………….was Tom. Rachel: Really? I think I'd rather go (1)......... ………car. Ilona: That's right. Do you really............................................... 2 Melanie: You heard about David's accident. I was pleased about winning. I'll have to borrow the money from my parents. The interviewer asked me where I lived. She's working in Davidson's now, the shop that sells very expensive clothes. i Emma's train was about to leave. I've-never-heard-about it. the tall boy, not the boy who is tall. Some verbs can go with a number of different prepositions. He was (5) …………………………. ► Polly: I'm really tired. 4 Vicky didn't get the job. 7 really must have a rest! 5 Jupiter chocolates. I think it's a good idea. 5 I can't remember the address. 2 (who has a bad temper) Henry...........................................…………………….shouted at the waiter. We use as to talk about a job or function. 3 They…………….they're going to build a new Disney World here. In questions the preposition usually goes at the end of the sentence (see Unit 38). So instead of tomorrow evening, David says this evening. Claire said she might go to Bali again. Yes, I agree with you. Now Sarah's trip is over, so it is no longer true that she is going to Rome. Last night's disco went on very late, and today we slept (10)................. eleven. Here whose sister means his sister (the sister of the man Daniel met), and whose car means her car (the car belonging to the woman). Rachel: I'm on a diet. TEST 21 Prepositions (Units 118-125) Test 21A Write the sentences correctly. Police have warned people (►) to watch out for two men who have tricked their way into an old woman's home and stolen money. ? Emma: What? David first met Melanie a long time ago. doesn't display a menu. Have you applied for the job? 137 Exercises 1 Identifying (A) Look at the information and identify which one is meant. 11 I spent ages looking for a phone box. Read more. Did I tell you about my operation? photos in. It tells us which play. Remember that an adverb can have a number of different meanings. 4 I rang the wrong number………….. mistake. away from the fire. I t h o u g h t I h e ar d s o m eo n e c a l l Matthew: I th ink you mus t have imag ined it. ~ Yes, just a few minutes ago. How much longer are you going to go ………………. 3 You should work towards a realistic target. 4 The players had-numbers at their shirts. ~ He lost his job........ …………………...? 122 During or while? Why is he ................................................ 3 Henry: I gave Claire a present, but she didn't thank me. (until), 123 Preposition + noun, e.g. It's an international company. VERB ADVERB PREPOSITION So you've come in from the cold. on the whole, in general On the whole it's a good idea, but there are one or two problems. Claire finally decided on a holiday in Turkey. 4 The accident wasn't very serious. Rachel insisted they had plenty of time. 2 His boss: Would you mind not playing computer games in the office? (= want) Everyone laughed at the joke. �������� � �������, ������� ����� said), there is often a tense change. If the verb is past perfect, it stays the same. 1 The doctor: You must take more exercise. we were out. Download the tests and answer key for Oxford Practice Grammar Intermediate. When I saw Michelle yesterday, 6 Your friends: We would like to be in the show. You were shopping in London, (while) 4 Tell Vicky she can keep the book. They're always arguing. (= be stopped by) Did Claire's trip come up to/live up to her expectations? 'Don't forget to ring me! 1 When did Columbus sail to America? 2 People were running away from the gunman 3 It sounds as if the company is in trouble. You should never aim/point a gun at someone. (= Emma is like my sister.) (= go together with) The thief managed to get away with about £2,000 in cash. I can't finish it (4)…………….. the end of this week. (= make contact) The company has laid off two hundred workers because of a lack of new orders. Put in after, at, far and into. He reminds me about an old school friend of mine. Daniel: What about your interest (3)………….. computers? 1 .................................................................................................................................................. 2 ................................................................................................................................................... 3 ................................................................................................................................................... 4 ..................................................................................................................................................... 5 ............................................................................................................ 3 A preposition at the beginning (C) It's election time. C Good, bad, etc To talk about a person's ability, we use good at, bad at, etc. Emma reminded me about my appointment. ������� (A-C) Put in a phrase with for, since or ago. I'll see you near the post office, ................................................. ... 3 A special use of which (D) Match the sentence pairs and join them with which. We can also use as or like before a clause. ... Oxford English Grammar Course Intermediate With Answers Michael Swan Item Preview ... PDF WITH … Rita: But why? Vicky suffers from headaches. It stood for 28 years. a) ago b) before c) behind d) back 13 I can't find my keys. This Grammer helps you with answers. As I said before, I'm sorry. Claire replied that she didn't love Henry. We use them An adding clause has commas around it. leaflets about it. ► Matthew: Emma and I are getting married. Do you know if there's a public phone in the building? You never worry about our relationship, do you? The Telegraph 1 'The production is brilliant.' a) as b) like c) near d) similar 11 Rupert's new car looks more …………. (They met her on holiday.) 7 Nick's aggressive manner frightens people off. 127 Exercises 1 Verb + object + preposition (B) This is a sports commentary at the Olympic Games. 5 The government is introducing a new tax on computers. DOWNLOAD PDF. VERB OBJECT ADVERB VERB ADVERB OBJECT Melanie took her coat off. 6 Zedco want to establish a new sales office in Germany. We sometimes use to after say, especially when Daniel tells me he's ready. annoyed at the way you behave late for the game angry with me The preposition can sometimes have an ing-form after it. If the statement is no longer up to date, then we change the tense. 9 Your brother was being a nuisance, so I told him to..................................... 10 In order to get publicity, the company decided to ……………………. Melanie cut/divided/split the pudding into four portions. Claire's brother expected that he would become Manager in ................................... 3 Alice: I wanted to see Mark in April, but he said he was very busy that month. 'Whafs the problem?' She decided to go straight to the party instead of going home first. They're really good. And everyone knows that. I had them a minute …………… a) at b) for c) of d) on 14 We get lots of requests ................ help. Saved by Katalin Frischmann. We can say that Sarah is going to Rome because it is still true that she will go there. I wish I'd.......................... it …………..(writedown). I just asked what the time is. 3 The man explained …………… the court that he had some personal problems. (= reduce) I'm trying to lose weight. Yes, the ................................................................................................................................ 5 He's a millionaire. You can't go jogging, (don't feel up) I don't feel up to jogging. Why don't you try on that dress in the window? I was just talking (1)…………… Melanie about it. A During or while? Daniel: The other day I met a man whose sister works in television. C Transport We use by without a/the when we talk about a means of transport. 1 Somewhere I've got a photo of the mountain * we climbed. What do they say is wrong with them? He had picked (12)………………………. There's quite a contrast (1)................................ other stores. ISBN-13: 978-0194313698. Can I ring you back in half an hour? Did you like the play? Some of the spaces you have to leave empty. (discuss) house prices. The clause who lives next door to Melanie tells us which man. NOT Guy asked-Melissa-when did she start acting. It comes before a phrase like a meal or the night. out over the sea. We can often leave out for (but not from some negative sentences). I'll wait until you're ready. Most relative clauses are identifying. They ran out of it. 1 reminded David to ring me. 2 It was a very long tunnel, but we finally came .................................... the sunshine. Daniel: Oh, I don't know. There are several restaurants which do Sunday lunches. The town of Keswick, (►) which lies at the heart of the Lake District, is the perfect place for a holiday, and the Derwent Hotel, (1)……………overlooks the town, is the perfect place to stay. The man * paid for the meal was a friend of Tom's. .(pickup). (= contact) You haven't packed your suitcase yet. David helped me clear up, which was very kind of him. But later, when the prisoners mentioned the importance of physical fitness, the governor agreed to let them use a trampoline. Vicky: Oh, good. When I saw Polly yesterday, she said she was really tired. 2 Look, the plane is …………………....... 131 Verb + adverb + preposition A Simple meanings Look at these examples. Emma reminds me of my sister. The clauses in this conversation identify which The clauses in this report add information about film star and which film Laura means. I get annoyed at the way you behave. That's what I heard. We also use as with verbs of speaking and knowing, e.g. (C) Put in tell or say. Sarah said she was going to Rome in April (Now it is May.) (= break, fail to keep) Matthew has decided to go in for the ten-mile 'Fun Run this year. ~ I don't know. Are they correct without a relative pronoun? The person who knows all about it is the secretary. Have you any idea how much a taxi would cost? The passengers blamed/criticized the airline for the delay. I couldn't get out into the fresh air. The film star who played the The actor Art Golding, who starred in films such as 'Tornado' and 'Iceberg', has died after ship's captain in 'Iceberg'. (who has twins) Olivia, who has twins, often needs a babysitter. ', 135 Exercises Reported questions (A-C) These people are at the tourist information centre. about Jake. You have to plug the machine in first. Rachel: I've (►) found out (discovered) what the problem is with the exam. I say this from the bottom of my heart. My passport is out of date. 2 I haven't been to the dentist for ten years. a) along b) at c) in d) on 17 We do most of our business ………..summer. 1 This wallet is made of plastic not leather. (A) Put in is or was. 3 (Matthew played tennis with that man.) B Leaving out the pronoun We cannot leave the pronoun out of an adding clause. Here's one example (2)................................. this: from today many of our products have a price reduction (3)………………………. That was very kind of her. He's rather strange. Put in who, whom, whose, which, where or why. 2 If you want a catalogue, I'll .............................................. (write to ask for) one. 6 When I've come................................ the cold, I just want to sit by the fire. In reported speech we often change the actual words, e.g. I'm not very good (5)................. saying the right thing. Be careful you don't 4 I was feeling so tired I had to ......................... on the bed for a while. (look up) in the phone book. You must congratulate her for her success. Are you going to send away for your free gift? Oslo for the next World Championships. The picture is being shown in an exhibition. The company expect people to do overtime. (= find the right time for) I can't make a promise and then go back on it, can I? Olivia: Yes, I was just looking (1) ............this advertisement. We haven't got much time. Here are some more examples of relative clauses without an object pronoun. ► This film looks familiar. دانلود کتاب Oxford Practice Grammar Basic. (I'm) 4 They started playing an hour ago. 'It really is cold today.' 5 I booked our seats more than a month............. …. Richard came on the train. Mr Atkins told Mark not to leave the door unlocked. There have been a number of raids. 6 The Berlin Wall She came to the throne in 1837. Sarah's boss said she could leave early. (goes) 9 The company is planning to reduce the workforce, (reduction) 10 We got to our guest-house early enough for a meal, (time), 126 Prepositional verbs, e.g. David broke it. I approve of the new scheme. 4 What did Natasha…………….about her holiday plans? the money. (= refuse) I can't make out if it's a man or a woman over there. Does it tell us which one, or does it add information? 3 Give something to someone 126 Wait for, belong to, etc. ► I saw a really funny programme on television. You (today): Matthew said he was meeting a friend at the station later 3 Mark (in the street): I'll see you in the office. a) by b) to c) up to d) until 2 Are these pictures ............. … sale? ► Mrs Thatcher a) 'All the world's a stage.' tell a lie. The relative clauses in this conversation identify which person or thing we are talking about. 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. (We visited it. ) . Which can be a little formal. I thought he ………….. much better at tennis than Daniel. I think I'll ............................my coat……………(put on). Mike doesn't spend much money on clothes. Sarah had to stay late at work to (►)see to (see) one or two things. 1 You haven't answered all the questions. Oxford Practice Grammar with Answers by John Eastwood.pdf ► The roads were dangerous. For prepositional verbs see Unit 126. Use the word in brackets with the correct preposition. 3 I saw Emma just now. It is known as the red planet. Daniel: And you're staying here (2).................. three months? Managing Director James Ironside has had to (6) ………………………………, and Barry Douglas has (7) ……………………………… the task of rescuing the company. I usually turn it ........................ 2 Vicky: I've written the wrong word here. Use the adjectives in brackets and a preposition. The only customers (2)…………... can afford to eat there are business executives (3)……………. 1 You like Melanie. have announced that they are Trevor says he's tired. Barry: 1 'Why do you want the job?' 1 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3 ........................................................................................................................................................................................ English Book - Oxford Practice Grammar With Answers(2). If it is the object (e.g. ► Rita: I like pop music more than classical music. You should cross it a) down b) out c) over d) up 3 It's late. 1 Can I park here? (= the thing that we saw) We can also use what to give emphasis to a word or phrase, to make it more important. 'Can I have some brochures, please?' we arrived. I'll try to be nice (6) .............him next time I see him. The car that won the race looked very futuristic, didn't it? It……………. 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