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Bibliografická citace

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BK
1st publ.
Cambridge : Cambridge University, 1992
vi,138 s.

ISBN 0-521-27773-6 (brož.)
Bibliografie: s. 138.
Angličtina - hry gramatické - příručky učitelské
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Contents // Acknowledgements vi Introduction 1 Feelings about grammar 5 // Structure // Section I Competitive games // 1.1 Headless sentences Present simple passive 9 // 1.2 Noughts and crosses Determiners: some, any, much, many, etc. 13 // 1.3 The dice and grid game Irregular verb parts 15 // 1.4 Auction Mixed structures 18 // 1.5 Snap Question tags 22 // 1.6 Snakes and ladders Present perfect + for/since 28 // 1.7 Double or quits Usage problems with like, pay, can, listen, // want, be born, die, etc. 33 // 1.8 Find who Past simple active/passive 35 // 1.9 Grammar tennis Parts of irregular verbs 38 // 1.10 The best sentence Phrasal verbs 40 // 1.11 Dominoes Word-building: prefixes and suffixes 42 // 1.12 The money game Peer correction of spontaneous speech 45 // 1.13 Grammar monopoly Past simple interrogative, conditionals, present // tenses, present perfect 47 // 1.14 Grammar draughts Present simple, pronoun agreement 54 // Section 11 Collaborative sentence-making games // II.l Rub out and replace ‘First’ and ‘second’ conditionals 56 // 11.2 Silent sentence Past simple 59 // II.3 The Marienbad game Present simple, ‘first’ conditional 61 // 11.4 Expand Word order 64 // 11.5 Contract and expand ‘First’ conditional 66 // 11.6 Sentence collage Let/have something done 68 // 11.7 Your words - my grammar Present perfect continuous 70 // 11.8 Give a meaning Varied structures 71 // 11.9 My sentences - your paragraph Linking words 73 // 11.10 Complete cloze Could be, must
be, might equally well be 74 // 11.11 Cloze dictogloss Present simple/past simple 77 // 11.12 Present perfect poem Present perfect simple 81 // 11.13 From pattern sentence to poem Revision of structures recently learnt 83 // 11.14 With your back to the class Interrogatives: present simple, past simple, // past continuous 84 // 11.15 Correcting homework Mistakes from homework 86 // 11.16 Mistakes dictation Mistakes from homework 89 // 11.17 Memorising structures ‘Mixed’ conditionals 90 // iii // Contents // 11.18 Defining birds and brothers Indefinite article, present simple third person // singular and plural 92 // 11.19 Rating wrongness Mistakes in written work 94 // 11.20 Right that seems wrong and Patterns proposed by students 95 // wrong that seems right // Section III Awareness activities // III.l Times of day Present continuous to express habitual action 97 // III.2 Animal habits Present simple to express habitual action 100 // III.3 My view of you When, as soon as, etc., whenever + present // simple 102 // III.4 Brain storming structures Present perfect, let/make 104 // III.5 From puzzle to punishment Past perfect, past simple passive 106 // K.6 Time Verbs that don’t take the present continuous 108 // III.7 Exchanging routines Habitual use of the present simple 109 // III.8 It reminds me of... It reminds me of + noun/gerund, I remember // 4- noun/gerund, It makes me think of... 111 // III.9 Things I wish I’d known at 18 I do wish I’d ..., If only I’d ..., I
wish I’d ... 112 // III.10 Gripes auction I wish + present or timeless verb 113 // III. 11 Our lives Past simple 115 // Section IV Grammar through drama // IV.l The shout in the circle Present simple, third person singular 117 // IV.2 Same and different I’d like you to + infinitive, comparatives 118 // IV.3 From word to story I want you to, past simple 119 // IV.4 Back-writing Irregular plurals 121 // IV.5 Experiences Present perfect interrogative, they used as // unisex singular pronoun 123 // Section V Miscellany // V.l Verb search Irregular verbs 124 // V.2 Translation ‘Call my bluff’ Mixed structures 127 // V.3 Verbs to story Regular and irregular simple past 129 // V.4 We are furniture Past and present simple passive, spatial // prepositions 131 // V.5 Memory tricks Past simple 135 // V.6 Exchanging socks So as to, to, in order to, although, because, // as a 137 // Bibliography 138 // iv

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