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By Michael Swan

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This distinct reference advisor addresses challenge issues within the language as encountered by way of novices and their academics. It provides info and suggestion that's useful, transparent, trustworthy, and simple to discover. many of the booklet is ready grammar, however it additionally covers chosen issues of vocabulary, idioms, sort, pronunciation, and spelling.

Over six hundred concise, authoritative entries.

Explanations and examples in response to present corpus research.

Entries on "kinds of English," protecting commonplace English and dialects, correctness, spoken and written English, formality, and version and change.

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I'm anxious for her to get a good education. (= I'm anxious that she should get ... ) Someadjectives can be followed by clauses (see 521, 567, 446-447). I'm glad that you were able to come. It's important that everybody should feel comfortable. And many adjectives can have more than one kind of complement. I'm pleased about her promotion. I'm pleased to see you here. I'm pleased that we seem to agree. 5). He's a difficult person to understand. ) For the structures that are possible with a particular adjective, see a good dictionary.

May you go camping this summer? My cousin works for the NATO. 00. We were poured water on. There is no doubt that the world is getting warmer. I can't think of anybody to invite. 377 My father, who we hope. . 498 · .. wherever I went? 580 · .. in society. The number of unemployed. . 498 68 70 · .. signs of tiredness. She works hardest. . 382 141 I'm grateful. . · .. about whether it was ready. What lives . . · .. the majority don't care. 582 453 532 526 It can't be the postman. . 359 · ..

The people at the meeting were mainly scientists. Some of these adverbs can also go in other places in a clause, directly before the words they modify. For details, see the entries on each adverb. Only you could do a thing like that. I feel really tired. 7 adverbs of manner These adverbs say how something happens or is done. Examples: angrily, happily, slowly, suddenly, noisily, quietly, softly. Adverbs of manner most often go in end position (see 23), but adverbs ending in -ly can often go in mid-position if the adverb is not the main focus of the message.

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