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By William R. Smalzer, Raymond Murphy

The Workbook offers scholars with extra possibilities to perform tough grammar issues, and to consolidate their knowing of similar grammar subject matters. It bargains quite a lot of actions, which come with possibilities to paintings with grammar constructions in significant contexts. The Workbook additionally contains evaluation sections for every workforce of devices within the Student's ebook. those teams, reminiscent of current and previous, Modals, and Articles, are indexed within the desk of contents of every Student's publication. This variation contains a solution key. An version with out solutions is usually on hand.

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By William R. Smalzer, Raymond Murphy

The Workbook offers scholars with extra possibilities to perform tough grammar issues, and to consolidate their knowing of similar grammar subject matters. It bargains quite a lot of actions, which come with possibilities to paintings with grammar constructions in significant contexts. The Workbook additionally contains evaluation sections for every workforce of devices within the Student's ebook. those teams, reminiscent of current and previous, Modals, and Articles, are indexed within the desk of contents of every Student's publication. This variation contains a solution key. An version with out solutions is usually on hand.

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If he didn’t have a lot of latemeetings, . 7. We wouldn’t be afraid_________________________________________________________ . 8. He wouldn’t confuse u s ________________________________________________________. 9. We’d be happy................................................................................................ 50 Conditionals and “Wish” Units 35-38 . k w. e n I wish I kn ew . . 36 Use the words in parentheses to write what each person wishes for now. Put the verb in the correct form.

2. Maria is angry at me. (tell other people her secret) 3. We turned down* the Lees’s invitation. (accept it) I wish w e _______________________________ _________________ 4. Your comment hurt my feelings, (be more considerate*) I wish you 5. I didn’t know you were in the hospital last week, (tell me) I wish someone____________________ 6. That’s a wonderful idea! (think of it) I wish I ___ 7. I can’t go away for a vacation this year, (spend so much money on my car)____ 8. It’s raining now. (bring my umbrella this morning) 9.

Do you think_______________________________ talk a little more loudly? Of course. Sorry. out to eat? Modals Units 25-34 47 CISE 46 UNI TS 25-33 R6VIEW Modals Complete the sentences about yourself and others. 1. When I was ten, I could When I was ten, I could p la y b a se b a ll p r e t t y w e ll a n d ice-skate speak th re e languages When I was ten ,____________________________ 2. I was very tired last night, but I was still able to I was very tired last night, but I was still able to re a d the p a p e r b e fo re g oin g to b e d cook d in n e r fo r m y s e lf I was very tired last night, but I was still able t o ______________________ 3.

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