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Collins effortless studying Grammar is an obtainable advisor to English grammar and punctuation. With transparent, concise reasons on every little thing from adverbs to note order, and from apostrophes to semicolons, this ebook is imperative for knowing right utilization. Collins effortless studying Grammar is a uniquely priceless advisor to all parts of English grammar and punctuation, supplying transparent counsel during the intricacies of the English language. every one grammatical and punctuation aspect is obviously defined in a simple layout that mixes motives with examples from smooth English.

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To make the negative form of a command. Don’t talk! Don’t run! – to make a command more persuasive. See p. 246. Do let me see it! – to avoid repeating a main verb in additions, commands, sentence tags, and short answers. They often go to the cinema, and so do we. Don’t run on the road! Don’t do it! You live in Glasgow, don’t you? Do you play cricket? – No, I don’t. Did they tell you the news? – Yes, they did. Jim likes jazz, I think. Yes, he does. – in comparisons. She sings better than I do.

May I come in? You can borrow my car tonight if you like. – to make a prohibition, when used with a negative. You shouldn’t use this computer without permission. You cannot borrow my car tonight. He must not see this letter. – to speculate. The weather’s so bad the flight could be late. It might be all over by the time we get there. He may be very cross about all this. – to express obligation and duty. I must give in my essay today. Helen ought to tell the truth. – to refer to typical behaviour.

When dare or need are used as modal verbs in a positive statement, there must be a word of negative meaning in the same clause. This word can be outside the verb phrase and may be a word with a negative sense, such as only, never, hardly. He need only ask and I will tell him. No sensible driver dare risk that chance. As a modal verb, dare has forms as follows: I dare not go. I dared not go. He dare not go. He dared not go. Dare I do it? Dare he do it? Daren’t he do it? As a main verb, dare has forms as follows: I dare to do it.

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