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Connect!

Book 2
GRAMMAR TABLES
Want to
Use: to talk about your wishes or ambitions.

FORM
I / You / We / You / want to have a new bike.
Affirmative They a radio.
He / She / It wants to travel abroad.
a new test.
I / You / We / You / (don’t) want
Negative They
He / She / It (doesn’t) want
Do I / we / you / to have a flat screen TV?
Yes/No questions they want a DVD player?
Does he / she / it
Yes, do.
No, I / you / we / they don’t.
Short answers Yes, does.
No, he / she / it doesn’t.
Where do I / you / we / want to go next summer?
Wh- questions they
What does he / she / it want?

Would like
Use: to talk about wishes.

FORM
to have a new TV.
Affirmative I / you / we / they a personal stereo.
Negative would (not) like
he / she / it
to meet a famous actor?
Yes / No questions Would I / you / we/ they a pocket TV?
he / she / it like
I / you / we / they / he / she / it would.
Yes,
Short answers I / you / we / they / he / she / it wouldn’t.
No,
I / you / we / they he
Wh- questions Where would / she / it like to live in the future?

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Connect! – Grammar Tables Verbs of preference + . enjoys swimming. FORM love using a computer. hate going on holiday. No. Short answers he / she / it I / you / we / they won’t. do. does. Affirmative enjoy spending money on clothes. he / she / it I / you / we / he / do about pollution? Wh. I / you / we / they will.ing Use: to talk about the things you like doing. FORM Affirmative I / He / She / It / You / will travel at 100 kph. loves participating in contests. he / she/ it likes travelling by bus. do I / you / we / they doing in your free time? Wh.questions What does he / she / it like watching on TV? Will future Use: to talk about future facts. We’ll start a campaign. he / she / it doesn’t. I / You / We run fast? Yes/No questions Will He / She / It / They have a mini TV? Yes. No. 2 . I / you / we / they don’t. assumptions.questions What will she / they/ it study when you finish school? Contractions: We will start a campaign. Short answers No. hates I / you/ we / they (don’t) enjoy Negative he / she/ it (doesn’t) like Do I / you / we / they spending money on clothes? Yes/No questions like helping people? Does he / she / it Yes. Yes. promises. I / you/ we / they like watching TV. Negative We / They won’t be expensive. You won’t be sorry. predictions or orders. You will not be sorry.

The superlative degree is used to express the greatest degree of a particular quality. No. Yes/No questions Have I / we / you / they seen a snake? Has we / you / they studied for the test? Yes. he / she / it hasn’t. Negative He / She / It has (not) found information. Connect! – Grammar Tables Comparative and superlative adjectives Use: we use adjectives in the comparative form to establish a comparison between two elements when one of them has more of a certain quality than the other one. to talk about an action that started in the past and continues at the moment of speaking. 3 . I / you / we / they haven’t. I / you / we / they have. FORM I / We / You have (not) been to a foreign country. Affirmative They lived in another city. I have lived in this town since 2001.questions has he / she / it lived before? for three years. Short answers he / she / it has. Where have I / you / we / they been this week? Wh. Adjective Comparative Superlative Case small smaller than the smallest 1 syllable + (e)r/(e)st long longer than the longest hot hotter than the hottest 1 syllable ending cvc: slim slimmer than the slimmest cvc + c + er / est sunny sunnier than the sunniest 1 / 2 syllable ending –y: busy busier than the busiest y i + er / est boring more boring than the most boring + than 2 syllables: impressive more impressive than the most impressive more/most + adjective good/well better than the best bad/ill/badly worse than the worst Irregular adjectives/adverbs Present perfect simple Use: to talk about past experiences without time reference.

Passive voice in the simple past tense. he / she / it isn’t. you / we / they weren’t.questions What is he / she / it called? are you / we / they 4 . FORM I am given a lot of homework every day. they (not) Am I invited to the party? Yes/No questions Is he / she / it taken to school by car? Are you / we / they tested every week? Yes. (not) You / we / are trapped in the shop. Short answers I / he / she / it was. No. I / he / she / it wasn’t. Affirmative (not) Negative you / we / they were found unharmed.questions Was I / he / she / it rescued? Passive voice in the simple present tense. you / we / they were. FORM I / he / she / it was rescued from a house in fire. No. you / we / they are. you / we / they aren’t. Connect! – Grammar Tables Passive voice Use: to talk about people or objects affected by actions. I am. When were you / we / they arrested ? Wh. Affirmative (not) Negative he / she / it is called Toby. Short answers he / she / it is. (not) were you / we / they trapped in the room? Yes/No questions was I / he / she / it given an award? Yes. I am not. am I Wh.

Conjunction Condition (present simple) Main clause (future simple) you keep your mind busy. (For a list of these. However. see the vocabulary lists provided) The house was searched carefully. you will get sleepy. you won’t get depressed. Connect! – Grammar Tables Use of the agent: Usually.) Adverbs of manner derived from adjectives Use: to describe the manner in which an action is or was done. (The action is important. an agent is added. if Sharks will attack you they smell your blood. If you are cold. Adjective: modifies the person. Main clause (future simple) Conjunction Condition (present simple) You will be cold you don’t light a fire. Adjective careful + ly = adverb of manner Transformation: He is a careful driver. He drives carefully. (The doer of the action is specified. not the person.) The house was searched carefully by the firefighters. Adverb: modifies the action. sentences in the passive voice focus on the action and not on the doer of this action. Contractions (see tables on future simple) 5 . Conditional type 1 Use: to talk about the consequences of possible future actions. The clauses in these sentences can appear either in the first or in the second place. when the doer is specified. The house was searched carefully.