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By Martin Hewings

ISBN-10: 0521498686

ISBN-13: 9780521498685

Complex Grammar in Use includes a hundred and twenty devices of grammar clarification and perform routines. It presents insurance of these language parts advanced-level scholars will locate such a lot profitable to review. It keeps the readability of presentation of alternative books within the 'in Use' kin. Two-page devices current grammar clarification and examples, together with common scholar error, on left-hand pages, and worthwhile and sundry perform on right-hand pages. additional perform routines on the again supply extra not easy and contrastive perform of grammar issues from various devices. A learn consultant is helping scholars locate these parts splendid for his or her examine. Grammar components are cross-referenced all through. There are important appendices facing verb varieties, and a word list and all solutions are given on the back.

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20. 27 Future continuous (will be doing) We use will be + -ing (the future continuous) when we talk about an activity or event going on at a particular time or over a particular period in the future: О • Next Friday, the President will be celebrating ten years in power. • • The plane will be travelling at twice the speed of sound when it passes overhead. • After the operation you won't be doing any sport for a while. • I will be saying more about that topic in my next lecture. ). We also use the future continuous when the future activity or event is the result of a previous decision or arrangement: • He will be taking up his place at university in July, (the result of a previous decision) • She will be performing every day until the end of the month, (part of a schedule) or of a routine activity: • We'll be going to my brother's house again for Christmas, (we always go there) • I'll be seeing Tony on Tuesday.

4 We can make an excuse with I was going to... but.... ) Complete the sentences in any appropriate way to make excuses. (A) 1 2 3 4 I was going to tidy up my room, but... I was going to help you do the shopping, but... , but we'd run out of washing powder. , but it was raining. 33 Should (д and ought to We can often use should or ought to with little difference in meaning when we talk about OBLIGATION a n d PROBABILITY. ' You'll catch cold if you go out like that. I think you should / ought to take a hat.

I didn't see Jim) • I didn't phone to break the news to him because we were seeing each other later. He was very upset when I told him. 00 am and would reach Edinburgh some 12 hours later. (= they reached Edinburgh) • He was sure that the medical tests would show that he was healthy. (= we don't know whether he was healthy or not) Compare was/were to + infinitive and was/were to have + past participle used to talk about an activity or event that was in the future at a particular point in the past: « A t the time she was probably the best actor in the theatre company, but in fact some of her colleagues were to become much better known.

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