Repositorio de vídeos “Grammar on the move” B2


Grammar pointsLinks
– Present perfectwww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid1
– Comparatives & superlativeswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid2
– Gerunds & Infinitiveswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid3
– Comparing & contrasting ideas with linkerswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid4
– The passivewww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid6
– Used to/ be used to/ get used towww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid7
– First and second conditionalwww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid9
– Giving advicewww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid10
– Countable & uncountable nounswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid12
– Articleswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid13
– Past perfect simple and continuouswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid15
– Prepositionswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid17
– Relative clauseswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid18
– Wish, If only, and hopewww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid20
– Third & Mixed conditionalswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid21
– Direct & indirect objectswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid23
– Modals of speculation and deduction www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid24
– Future formswww.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid26
– Future perfect & Future continuoushttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid27
– Causativeshttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid29
-ed & -ing adjectiveshttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid30
– Reporter speechhttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid32
– Reporting verbshttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid33
– Expressing obligation and permissionhttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid35
– Expressing ability and possibilityhttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid36
– Past modalshttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid39
– Like & ashttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid38
– Adding emphasis and frontinghttp://www.cambridge.org/OW_First_Vid41
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