By Martin Hewings

Complex Grammar in Use comprises one hundred twenty devices of grammar rationalization and perform workouts. It presents assurance of these language components advanced-level scholars will locate such a lot profitable to check. It keeps the readability of presentation of different books within the 'in Use' relations. Two-page devices current grammar rationalization and examples, together with regular scholar errors, on left-hand pages, and necessary and sundry perform on right-hand pages. additional perform routines on the again offer additional demanding and contrastive perform of grammar issues from diverse devices. A research consultant is helping scholars locate these components most excellent for his or her research. Grammar components are cross-referenced all through. There are worthwhile appendices facing verb varieties, and a thesaurus and all solutions are given on the back.

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3 I the office to tell them I would be late, but I was stuck in a traffic jam and couldn't get to a phone. 4 Even if I had worked harder, I don't think I the maths exam. 5 I am sure you my letter of resignation by now. 6 By the time we reach New Zealand on Thursday, we over 60 hours travelling. 7 Why didn't you buy the fish from the market? You a lot of money. 8 It's a pity that Tony wasn't there to see the play. He it. 9 The government years ago without the support of the Socialists. 10 Professor Thomas is confident that before the year 2020, scientists a cure for the common cold.

00 in the evening. • Professor Hodge will be giving / is giving the first presentation at the conference. But we prefer the present continuous to talk about surprising or unexpected activities or events: • Have you heard the news? Dr Radford is leaving! ) Future continuous and will Compare the use of will and the future continuous in these sentences: • Ann will help us organise the party. (= she is willing to help) • Will you come to the concert? (= an invitation) • We'll join you in half an hour.

If Jerry hadn't grabbed my arm, I may/might have fallen off the bridge. They might/could have chosen anyone for the job, but they picked me. I could/may have stayed overnight with Don and Mary, but I thought I should get home as soon as possible. In factories in the 19th century, a worker could/may be dismissed for being ill. I may/could have cleaned the house by the time you get home. By the end of the day I can/may have finished painting the walls. Tomorrow I'll start on the ceiling. It can/could be possible one day to detect disease simply by looking at people's eyes.

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