|Brand / Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Chapters||1. Countable and Uncountable Nouns ;some, any, no ;2. Adjective Phrases ;3. Adverbs ;4. Conjunctions ;as, when, while ;5. Expressing Ability or Inability in the Past or the Future ;could, was/were able to ;;Revision 1 ;6. Subordinating Conjunctions ;7. Modal Verbs ;must, can’t, will, should, ought to ;8. Transitive and Intransitive Verbs ;9. Passive Voice ;10. Past Perfect Tense ;;Revision 2 ;11. Present Perfect Continuous Tense ;12. Defining Relative Clauses ;13. Conditional Clause Type II ;Expressing unreal conditions ;14. Direct and Indirect Speech ;15. To-Infinitives ;;Revision 3 ;Appendix|
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