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Grammar

  1. CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR. CATEGORIES.
  2. CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR. DIVISION OF GRAMMAR
  3. CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR. GRAMMATICAL MEANING
  4. CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR. MORPHOLOGY
  5. Chapter 1. General Notions of Grammar
  6. DISTRIBUTIONAL GRAMMAR. BASIC NOTIONS.
  7. DISTRIBUTIONAL GRAMMAR. IMMEDIATE CONSTITUENTS

3.1What is wrong with James? How is he feeling? What do you think he says to his friend Daniel? Choose the correct answer, listen and check.

Daniel: My team are playing in the cup tonight.

James: a. They'll win.

b. They'll lose.

c. Not interested.

3.2Listen to the phrases and repeat. These are James's answers to other people. What do you think they told James? Write their phrases. Then listen and check.


a.You will not pass.

b.He will not pay you back.

c.You will not find a parking space.

d.You'll miss it.

e.They'll be late.

f.It'll rain.

g.You will not understand a word.

h.It will not last.

i.You'll break your leg.

3.3Predict the future in these situations. Use WILL / WILL NOT.

e.g. I usually eat low-calorie food. - You'll stay fit.

a.She eats late in the evening.

b.He is not getting ready for his exam.

c.He smokes two packs a day.

d.They are practising hard before the game.

e.There is a lot of ice and snow on the roads.




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