Advanced English For Translation (MS 355)

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Introduction 

Acknowledgements

Unit 1:From The spy who came in from the cold by John Le Carré

1.1     By — in time expressions

1.2     Past perfect continuous tense

1.3     Idioms with to/into

1.4     Double comparatives

1.5     Might

Unit 2: A letter

2.1     Present simple/present continuous

2.2     Take/bring/fetch

2.3     Present continuous tense expressing future

2.4     Phrasal verbs — to see

2.5     Idiomatic expressions with ’s

Unit 3: From The consumer jungle by Marion Giordan

3.1     Plural nouns

3.2     Adjectives in -ine and -ed

3.3     One

3.4     Arise/raise/rise     

3.5     May

Unit 4: From James and the giant peach by Roald Dahl

4.1     Quite

4.2     To keep (on) + -ing

4.3     Very

4.4     As if/as though     

4.5     Result clauses

Unit 5: From The good handyman's encyclopedia by F. J. Christopher and Rosemary Bnnley Chistopher

5.1     Should

5.2     To loosen/loose/to lose

5.3     It + to be + adjective + infinitive

5.4     Onỉy

Unit 6: A business letter

6.1     Phrasal verbs-to turn

6.2     Stative verbs

6.3     Do —pro form

6.4     Conditionals

6.5     Prepositions in final position

Unit 7: Advertisement from Time Magazine

7.1     Compound nouns with ‘break’

7.2     Adverbials with present perfect

7.3     Future passive

7.4     -ing clauses

7.5     Opportunity/chance/occasion/possibility

Unit 8: From Bonecrack by Dick Francis

8.1     Both

8.2     Compound adjectives     

8.3     There

8.4     Order of adjectives

Unit 9: From Camping Club Sites list and yearbook

9.1     Approximations

9.2     Little/a littlc/few/a few     

9.3     -s genitive

9.4     Mass and count nouns    

Unit 10: Article from Scientific American

10.1   Defining and non-defining relative clauses

10.2   Tenses in time and condition clauses

10.3   Long/a long time

10.4   Expressions with ‘time’

Unit 11: From Cambridge Water Company circular

11.1   Passive infinitive

11.2   Adverb+comparative      

11.3   Conditionals

11.4   Infinitive of purpose

Unit 12: A letter

12.1   Since

12.2   Used+infinitive/used to+-ing

12.3   To get

12.4   So/not-pro forms

12.5   Had better

Unit 13: Advertisement from The Observer

13.1   Else

13.2   Perfect infinitive

13.3   Inversion after adverbials

13.4   No+comparative+than

Unit 14: Article from The Sunday Times

14.1   Present perfect passive  

14.2   Within

14.3   By+-ing

14.4   ‘Pure’ future

Unit 15: Article from Cambridgeshire, Huntingdon and Peterborough Life

15.1   As/like

15.2   To riiake+object+adjective

15.3   But

15.4   Past participle

Unit 16: From A choice of kings by John Mortimer

16.1   Would

16.2   Age expressions   

16.3   Passive+infinitive

16.4   Reflexive and emphatic pronouns

Unit 17: From Supemature by Lyall Watson

17.1   Most

17.2   -ing clauses

17.3   Prepositions in time expressions

17.4   Past perfect tense

17.5   Conditionals

Unit 18: Article from Gestetner Gazette

18.1   To be+infinitive

18.2   Phrases in apposition     

18.3   Compound adjectives     

18.4   Was able to/could

Unit 19: From Lorenzo the Magnificent by Maurice Rowdon

19.1   Phrasal verbs - to fall

19.2   All the+comparative

19.3   To be+passive infinitive

19.4   To have+object+past participle

Unit 20. A business letter

20.1   It...+noun clause

2U.2   Concession clauses

20.3   Mass noun?

20.4   Relative clauses

Unit 21. Article from The Sunday Times

21.1   So

21.2   Phrasal verbs - to push

21.3   Negatives

21.4   Future continuous tense

Unit 22: Article from The Times

22.1   Non-defining relative clauses

22.2   Present perfect continuous tense

22.3   Adverb+adjective collocations

22.4   Phrasal verbs - to be

22.5   No+comparative+than

Unit 23: Article from The Financial Times

23.1   -s genitive/‘of’ genitive

23.2   Passive infinitive

23.3   To keep+adjective

23.4   -mg clauses

23.5   It + to be + adjective + infiriitive

Unit 24: Article from Evening Standard

24.1   Cleft sentences

24.2   Enough

24.3   Phrasal verbs - to drop

24.4   Do —emphatic

Unit 25: Advertisement from The Observer

25.1   Particular

25.2   To get + object-fpast participle

25.3   just

25.4   Could be+-ing

Unit 26: From Writers on organisations by D. S. Pugh et al.

26.1   Negative prefixes 

26.2   Sentence connectors-result

26.3   Still

26.4   Verbs+prepositions

26.5   Phrasal verbs — to carry

Unit 27: From Catalogue of Cavendish Philatelic Auctions

27.1   Shall

27.2   Verb prefixes

27.3   Such

27.4   Noun+infimtive     

Unit 28: From Grammar by Frank Palmer

28.1   Conditionals

28.2   To cake — in time expressions

28-3   Compound adjectives

28.4   To be+infinitive

Unit 29: From Mathematical puzzles and diversions by M. Gardner

29.1   Noun+adverb+adjective

29.2   Result clauses

29.3   Object+infinitive    

29.4   Any, anyhow, etc.

29.5   Conditionals

Unit 30: Article from The Sunday Telegraph

30.1   Past participle

30.2   Infinitive expressing consequence

30.3   Past perfect tense

30.4   Adverbs

Unit 31: Cambridge Proficiency, June 1972

31.1   Some

31.2   Infinitive clauses

31.3   Way

31.4   Adjective suffixes -able/-ible

Unit 32: Cambridge Proficiency, December 1972

32.1   Sentence connectors — concession

32.2   Perfect passive infinitive

32.3   -ward/-wards

32.4 To grow

Unit 33: Cambridge Proficiency, June 1973

33.1   Verb + -object + -ing

33.2   Past continuous tense

33.3   Will

33.4   Nouns in -ing        

Unit 34: Cambridge Proficiency, June 1974        

34.1   Phrasal verbs - to come

34.2   Actually

34 3   Very

34.4   Have to/must        

34.5   Prefix-self-

Unit 35: Cambridge Proficiency, June 1974        

35.1   To suggest

35.2   Indirect questions and requests

35.3   Expressions with ‘hand’

35.4   Do —emphatic

Unit 36: Cambridge Proficiency, December 1975

36.1   What

36.2   Sake

36.3   To dare

36.4   Double genitive     

36.5   Phrasal verbs — to do

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