Oxford Learner’s Pocket Grammar – Vietnamese

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SENTENCE AND TEXT

1. Words and phrases

2. The simple sentence

3. Give, send, buy, etc

4. The use of statements

5. Negative statements

6. Negatives with emphasis and inversion

7. The imperative

8. Getting people to do things

9. Questions

10. Wh-questions

11. More on question words

12. Negative questions

13. Answering questions

14. Question tags

15. Echo questions, echo tags, exclamations

16. Replacing and leaving out words

17. Leaving out words after the auxiliary

18. Too, either, so, and neither/nor

19. Think so, hope not, etc

20. More patterns with so

21. Word order and information

22. Phrases in front position

23. The empty subject there

24. The empty subject it

25. Emphasis

VERB FORMS

26. The present simple

27. The present continuous

28. Present simple or present continuous?

29. The past simple

30. The present perfect

31. Past simple or present perfect?

32. Past simple/ present perfect: time phrases

33. The past continuous

34. The present perfect continuous

*35. Past perfect tenses

36. Actions and states

37. Overview of verb tenses

38. Will ans shall

39. Be going to

40. Present tenses for the future

41. Will, be going to, or the present tense?

42. Be to, be about to, etc

43. The future continuous and perfect

44. The verb be

45. The verb have

46. The verbs do and make

47. Have a look, etc

48. Modal verbs

49. Modal phrases

50. Must and have to

51. Don’t have to, needn’t, and mustn’t

52. Should, ought to, had better, etc

53. Can, could, may, and be allowed to

54. Will, must, and can’t for certainty

55. May, might, can, and could

56. Can, could, and be able to

57. Would

58. Used to and dare

59. Passive verb forms

60. The use of the passive

61. Some passive patterns

62. The patterns with have and get

63. The passive to-infinitive and gerund

INFINITIVE, GERUND, AND PARTICIPLE

64. The infinitive

65. Some patterns with the to-infinitive

66. Verb + to-infinitive or gerund?

67. Verbs taking either form

68. Verb + object + to-infinitive

69. Adjective + to-infinitive

70. More patterns with the to-infinitive

71. For and of with a to-infinitive

72. The infinitive without to

73. The gerund

74. Some patterns with the gerund

75. Preposition + gerund

76. Combination + gerund

77. For doing, to do, to doing

78. Determiner + gerund

79. Participles

80. Participle + noun

81. Verb + object + participle

82. Participles for time and reason

83. Some patterns with participles

THE NOUN PHRASE

84. Nouns and noun phrases

85. The plural of nouns

86. The possessive form

87. Some uses of the possessive

88. Countable and uncountable nouns

89. Information, news, etc

90. Nouns either countable or uncountable

91. Two nouns together

92. Agreement

93. Nouns with a plural form

94. Pair nouns and group nouns

95. Introduction to a/an and the

96. The main uses of a /an and the

97. Special uses of a/an and the

98. A/an, some, the, and a noun on its own

99. A singular noun on its own

100. A/an and the in phrases of time

101. Names

102. Possessives

103. Demonstratives

104. Introduction to quantifiers

105. A lot of, many, much, etc

106. All, most, etc

107. Both either, neither, every, and each

108. Some and any

109. Enough, some more, etc

110. Personal pronouns

111. The use of pronouns

112. Reflexive and emphatic pronouns

113. One and ones

114. Everyone, something, etc

ADJECTIVES. ADVERBS, AND PREPOSITIONS

115. Introduction to adjectives

116. More about adjectives

117. The order of adjectives

118. Tired and exhausted; –ing and –ed

119. The + adjective

120. Introduction to adverbials

121. Adverbials: front and end position

122. Adverbials: mid position

123. Adverb forms

124. Adverbials of manner

125. Adverbials of place/time

126. Adverbials of frequency

127. Adverbs of degree

128. Too, enough, quite, rather, and such

129. Focus, viewpoint, and truth adverbials

130. Comment and linking adverbials

131. Comparison of adjectives

132. Irregular comparison and special forms

133. Comparison of adverbs and quantifiers

134. Comparison: than, as, etc

135. Introduction to prepositions

136. Prepositions of place

137. Place: at, on, and in

138. More on preposition of place

139. Time: at, on, and in

140. For, since, and ago

141. More prepositions of time

142. Prepositions: other meanings

143. Phrasal and prepositional verbs

144. Phrasal verb meanings

145. Prepositional verbs (1)

146. Prepositional verbs (2)

147. Adjective/Noun + preposition

MAIN CLAUSES AND SUB-CLAUSES

148. Clause and sentence

149. What comes after the verb?

150. Words meaning and and or

151. Words meaning but and so

152. Clauses of time

153. Reason and purpose

154. As and like, whoever, etc

155. Introduction to conditionals

156. Type 0 and 1 conditionals

157. Type 2 conditionals

158. Type 3 conditionals

159. Should, were, had, and inversion

160. More about if

161. Other ways of expressing a condition

162. Unreal past and subjunctive

163. Noun clauses

164. Nominalization

165. Basics of indirect speech

166. Tell, say, and ask

167. Changes in indirect speech

168. Tenses in indirect speech

169. Reporting questions

170. Reporting requests,offers, etc

171. Basics of relative clauses

172. Relative clauses without commas

173. Relative clauses with commas

174. Whose, what, and whoever

175. Relative adverbs

176. Relative clauses + participle/infinitive

ENDINGS, WEAK FORMS. AMD SHORT FORMS

177. Endings: –s. –ed. and –y

178. Endings with e and double consonants

179. Weak forms

180. Short forms

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    • Hi ^^
      Those lessons are “ongoing”
      I’ve just started this project for few days.
      I hope you’re patient enough to walk with me thru this.
      Thank you !

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