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ADVANCED GRAMMAR REWIEW (40 hrs)

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STRUCTURE

EXAMPLE

NOTES

1

Full Tense Review in both Active and Passive Voices, Phrasal Verbs

   

Full Active-Passive comparison

2

Full Modal System Review, Phrasal Verbs

   

Full Active-Passive comparison

3

Gradable and non-gradable adjectives

…absolutely delighted… / …slightly better…

We’re absolutely delighted to welcome you all here. / I am feeling slightly better today.

Reinforce similarity with

Comparative/Superlative logic

system

4

Speculative Passive and Phrasal Verbs

...thought to be / have been….

Several people are thought to have been injured in the explosion.

 

5

Causatives

…got his novel published …

It’s taken a long time, but Christopher got his novel published.

Deeply including comparisons with each other.

6

Direct and Indirect Objects

…was given to Jane.

First prize was given to Jane.

 

7

Review of Conditionals

   

Full Active-Passive comparison

8

Infinitives, Causatives, -ing forms and the Passive Voice

…to have done well. / …to have it done well / …having done it… / having had it done…

 

Full Active-Passive comparison

9

Adjectival Clauses as opposed to Relative Clauses

Anybody who teaches English…

Anybody who teaches English is a friend of mine.

 

10

Adverbial Clauses as opposed to Relative Clauses

…when he came home…

When he came home we had already eaten the food.

 

11

Relative and Syntactic Clause (adjective, adverb and noun phrases) reduction, Phrasal Verbs

…standing… / …having finished school…

The woman (standing) by the door is my ex-wife. / (Having finished school,) he started working in his (a) dream job (job he had always dreamed of.)

 

12

Present and Past Participles

…standing… / …painted…

   

13

Adverbs

…hardly ever…

The old man hardly ever left his home.

 

14

Ellipsis and substitution (Be) careful!

…be careful…

…careful…

Omissions and reductions

15

Participle Adjectives

-ed / -ing

The painted boat… / The screaming child…

 


 

 

 


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