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Key to symbols
What about the tests?
There are 25 tests at intervals through the book. You can do a test after you have
worked through a group of units. At the beginning of each test you are told which
units are being tested.
The tests do two things. Firstly, they enable you to find out how well you have
mastered the grammar. (If you get things wrong, you can go back to the relevant
unit or part of a unit.) Secondly, the tests give you practice in handling exam-type
questions. Many of the test questions are similar to those used in the Cambridge
First Certificate Use of English Paper.
Whats the best way to learn grammar?
It is usually more effective to look at examples of English rather than to read
statements about it. The explanations of grammar in this book are descriptions of
how English works; they are a guide to help you understand, not rules to be
memorized. The important thing is the language itself. If you are learning about the
present perfect continuous, for example, it is helpful to memorize a sentence like
Weve been waiting here for twenty minutes and to imagine a situation at a bus stop
like the one in Unit 16A. The explanation - that the action happens over a period of
time lasting up to the present - is designed to help towards an understanding of the
grammar point. It is not intended that you should write it down or memorize it.
Active learning will help you more than passive reading, so it is important
to do the exercises and to check your answers.
Another way of actively learning grammar is to write down sentences you see
or hear which contain examples of the grammar you are studying. You may come
across such sentences in English books or newspapers, on television or on the
Internet. You may meet English speakers. For example, someone may ask you How
long have you been living here? Later you could note down this sentence as a useful
example of the present perfect continuous. It is also a good idea to collect examples
with a personal relevance like Ive been learning English for three years.
The symbol / (oblique stroke) between two words means that either word is
possible. I may/might go means that / may go and I might go are both possible. In
exercise questions this symbol is also used to separate words or phrases which need
to be used in the answer.
Brackets ( ) around a word or phrase mean that it can be left out. Theres (some)
milk in the fridge means that there are two possible sentences: Theres some milk in
the fridge and Theres milk in the fridge.
The symbol ~ means that there is a change of speaker. In the example How are you?
~ Im fine, thanks, the two sentences are spoken by different people.
The symbol > means that you can go to another place in the book for more
information. > 7 means that you can find out more in Unit 7.
The symbol in an exercise means an example.
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