By Edward Woods, Rudy Coppieters
For the 1st time A Communicative Grammar of English may have an accompanying workbook. The workbook can help make larger use of CGE via supplying possibilities for perform and discussion.
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6. George Stephenson was the inventor of the steam engine. 7. In terms of profitability, the current year has been quite exceptional. 8. Why didn’t you turn up at the meeting, because you had overslept again? 9. Technically speaking, these devices are extremely sophisticated. 10. If you haven’t got enough time now, you can write those letters tomorrow. 11. Edith may not be a very good cook, she knows at least how to appreciate good food. 12. There’s a wide choice of cheese here: Cheddar, Stilton, Camembert, Gorgonzola and Danish blue.
Something must be bothering you. George: I can’t deny that. I’ve been terribly worked up lately. Helen: I wish you’d tell me more. I have a right to know. George: If I told you, you’d be incredibly angry. Helen: You owe me an explanation. I am your wife, after all. George: I decided to buy a hugely expensive car and it could ruin us. Task four ** Complete the following sentences, using the most appropriate of the intensifying adjectives or adverbs in brackets. Use each word just once. absolute definitely gorgeous great horrendous indeed literally raving really terribly tremendous utterly 1.
Organising information – Avoiding intransitive verbs Sections 433–434 ANSWER KEY BIBLIOGRAPHY Acknowledgements We are grateful to the following for permission to reproduce copyright material: A. P. Watt Limited on behalf of Jan Morris for an extract from Among the Cities by Jan Morris; Cambridge University Press for extracts from Exploring Spoken English by R. Carter and M. McCarthy (1987); Her Majesty’s Stationery Office for extracts from The Highway Code; The National Trust Magazine for an extract from The National Trust Magazine No.