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English pronouns and prepositions, Ed Swick

English pronouns and prepositions, Ed Swick
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English pronouns and prepositions
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Ed Swick
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Practice makes perfect
The only way to build your skills in a second language is to practice, practice, practice. Following the successful Practice makes perfect approach, this book gives you clear explanations and all the tools you need to learn English pronouns and prepositions. A valuable resource for beginning to intermediate level ESL learners
Table Of Contents
pt. I. Pronouns -- unit 1. Pronouns as the subject of a sentence -- unit 2. Pronouns as direct objects -- unit 3. Pronouns as indirect objects -- unit 4. Pronouns in a prepositional phrase -- unit 5. Direct and indirect object pronouns in the same sentence -- unit 6. Possessive pronouns -- unit 7. Demonstrative, indefinite, and interrogative pronouns -- unit 8. Numbers as pronouns -- unit 9. The pronoun one -- unit 10. Relative pronouns -- unit 11. Reflexive pronouns -- unit 12. Reciprocal pronouns -- pt. II. Prepositions -- unit 13. Prepositions that indicate location -- unit 14. Prepositions that indicate movement or direction -- unit 15. Prepositions that indicate time -- unit 16. Compound prepositions -- unit 17. Prepositions that combine with other words -- unit 18. Participial prepositions -- unit 19. Postpositive prepositions -- unit 20. Words that require a specific preposition -- unit 21. Prepositions and phrasal verbs -- unit 22. A variety of prepositional uses -- Appendix. Commonly used prepositions -- Answer key
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