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By Edward Woods, Rudy Coppieters

For the 1st time A Communicative Grammar of English may have an accompanying workbook. The workbook can help make greater use of CGE via supplying possibilities for perform and discussion.

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3 So I don’t know which ……. P. 1 And –er- I went through this door and below was a city. All, all the lights and that. And it was fantastic. 2 What was the city? 1 Er – I was just, you know ……. 2 Oh, you’re coming to that. 1 And I kept thinking I wonder where we are now. Just, you know, and –er – one of the pilots said you’re looking down on Budapest. 1 He said the top side of that river is Buda and at this side is Pest. That’s why it’s called Budapest. 2 Oh, is it. I didn’t know. 1 Well, I’d never heard that before.

Take it back,” she said. ” They couldn’t believe it. I can see their faces today. (from R. Carter & M. P. 1997, pp. 37–38) Task two ** Rewrite task one as a written story. Task three *** Below are the instructions on how to vote in a British election. Each person receives a voting card with the instructions on. Rewrite the instructions as if you were explaining them orally to somebody. The first one has been done for you. Example: This card is for information only. You can vote without it, but it will save time if you take it to the polling station and show it to the clerk there.

Example: This card is for information only. You can vote without it, but it will save time if you take it to the polling station and show it to the clerk there. Answer: The card tells you what to do. You don’t need it when you go and vote. But take it to the polling station to show to the clerk. It’ll save time. 1. When you go to the polling station, tell the clerk your name and address as shown on the front of the card. The Presiding Officer will give you a ballot paper; see that (s)he stamps the official mark on it before (s)he gives it to you.

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