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English Syntax: The Simple Sentence (1-2).

The Composite sentence (3-5)


2nd Semester, 2013-2014
Seminar structure
1. The Adverbial. Word Order
Lecturers handout (Exercises on the adverbial)
Lecturers handout (Exercises on word order)
Chapter 13 Inversion (pp. 78-84) and Chapter 14 Emphasis (pp. 85-91) from:
Vince, M. & P. Sunderland. (2003). Advanced language practice. Oxford: Macmillan
2. Relative Clauses
Chapter 18 Relative clauses and non-finite clauses (pp. 111-117) from:
Vince, M. & P. Sunderland. (2003). Advanced language practice. Oxford:
Macmillan
Unit 11 Relative clauses (pp. 182-189) from:
Side, R. & G. Wellman. (2000). Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge
Advanced and Proficiency. Harlow: Longman
3. The Sequence of Tenses

Lecturers handout (Exercises on the sequence of tenses)

4. Reported Speech
Lecturers handout (Exercises on reported speech)
Chapter 16 Reported Speech (pp. 97 -103) from:
Vince, M. & P. Sunderland. (2003). Advanced language practice. Oxford: Macmillan
Unit 13 Reported Speech (pp. 212-221) from:
Side, R. & G. Wellman. (2000). Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge
Advanced and Proficiency. Harlow: Longman
5. Grammar: Consolidation 1 and 2
Chapter 5 Consolidation 1 (pp. 28-32) and Chapter 10 Consolidation 2 (pp. 60-64)
from:
Vince, M. & P. Sunderland. (2003). Advanced language practice. Oxford: Macmillan
6. Grammar: Consolidation 3 and 4
Chapter 15 Consolidation 3 (pp. 92-96) and Chapter 20 Consolidation 4 (pp. 126130) from:
Vince, M. & P. Sunderland. (2003). Advanced language practice. Oxford: Macmillan