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Practical English Grammar Thomson Martinet
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One day you 'II be sorry you treated him so badly (Some day would also be possible ) (For one and you, see 68 ) B a/an and one (pronoun) one is the pronoun equivalent of a/an Did you get a ticket? ~ Yes, I managed to get one The plural of one used in this way is some Did you get tickets? ~ Yes, I managed to get some 5 a little/a few and little/few A a little/little (adjectives) are used before uncountable nouns: a little salt/little salt a few/few (adjectives) are used before plural nouns. a few people/few.

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Practical English Grammar Guide
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85 9 Prepositions page 91 Introduction 86 Alternative position 87 Omission of to and for before indirect objects 88 Use and omission of to with verbs of communication 89 Time and date: at, on, by etc. 90 Time: from, since, for etc. 91 Time: to, till/until, after, afterwards (adverb) 92 Travel and movement: from, to, at, in, by, on, into etc. 93 at in; in, into; on, onto 94 above, over, under etc. 95 Prepositions used with adjectives and participles 96 Verbs and prepositions 97 Gerunds after prepositions 98.

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Practical English Grammar Guide David Robertson
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David Robertson Contents what (relative pronoun) and which (connective relative) 83 Commas in relative clauses 84 whoever, whichever etc. 85 9 Prepositions page 91 Introduction 86 Alternative position 87 Omission of to and for before indirect objects 88 Use and omission of to with verbs of communication 89 Time and date: at, on, by etc. 90 Time: from, since, for etc. 91 Time: to, till/until, after, afterwards (adverb) 92 Travel and movement: from, to, at, in, by, on, into etc. 93 at in; in, into; on, onto.

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Practical English Grammar Eros
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Contents what (relative pronoun) and which (connective relative) 83 Commas in relative clauses 84 whoever, whichever etc. 85 9 Prepositions page 91 Introduction 86 Alternative position 87 Omission of to and for before indirect objects 88 Use and omission of to with verbs of communication 89 Time and date: at, on, by etc. 90 Time: from, since, for etc. 91 Time: to, till/until, after, afterwards (adverb) 92 Travel and movement: from, to, at, in, by, on, into etc. 93 at in; in, into; on, onto 94 above, over,.

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Handbook Practical English Grammar Morphology
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c) wish, such as to desire, to want, to wish. d) mental processes, such as to admire ( = to be of high to forget to imagine opinion) to know to agree to appreciate (= to to mean to mind(= to understand) object) to assume to perceive to believe (= to consider) to presume to consider (= to regard) to realize to doubt to recall to expect ( = to suppose) to recognize to feel ( = to consider) to recollect to feel sure / certain to regard to remember to see (= to understand) to see through smb to suppose to .

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