Download e-book for iPad: Round-Up 6 Student Book 3rd. Edition (Round Up Grammar by V Evans

By V Evans

ISBN-10: 0582823471

ISBN-13: 9780582823471

* vibrant containers and tables current language in actual fact * vigorous, illustrated workouts and video games make perform enjoyable and potent * Pre-tests determine scholars' problems * standard revision sections and growth checks consolidate language studying * CD-ROMs supply extra grammar perform and video games * Teacher's advisor contains resolution keys and additional photocopiable try

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A having cheated C to cheating B your speak 16 By the time Laura arrived at the party, most of 7 I'd like ...... to the theatre tonight. •. you mind closing the door? 6 Take your umbrella with you. It ...... rain . A can B used to 14 I resent ...... to me in that tone of voice. I'm hungry. I think I •..... something to eat. A will make B have travelled Kim and Fred are very attached with / to each other. Lisa's really bad at / with cooking ; she doesn't even know how to fry an egg . If she doesn 't give them the money, they will carryon / out the threat.

He might want some more food. He might have forgotten . ) It is likely that he will arrive tonight. It was likely that he had arrived the day before. He was likely to have arrived the day be e. He is likely to arrive tonight. 33 o Modal Verbs Use Present/Future probability They will be home soon. (100% certain ; prediction) Greg should win easily. ) They ought to be home by now. ) Past He should have received his prize by now. ) They ought to have arrived an hour ago. ) logical assumption She must be working.

In the morning. 10 I prefer working to staying at home. rather I prefer to ..... .. . . ............ ........... at home. 11 How long ago did she start the course? since How long has it ................ . the course? 12 Tim was too young to see the film . •............ ........ •...... to see the film. It wasn 't necessary for us to go to the party. needn't We ... {{e;:0n't. f:J~ye. • to the party. 2 She will probably pass her exams. likely She . . ......................

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