English Grammar in Use Fifth Edition
The world’s best-selling grammar series for learners of English.
Greeted everyone, after many days of waiting, the English Grammar In Use 5th Edition 2019 book was also “released” by Raymond Murphy at Cambridge Press, as you all know, it is an English grammar book. What is strange, especially for those who are preparing for TOEIC and IELTS.
Category: English Study Books
Title: English Grammar In Use Fifth Edition
Author: Raymond Murphy
Thickness: 396 pages
The book has a nice PDF ebook, with Audio, exercises & answers on Android or iOS phones
Design: Beautifully designed books, inside with theory and practical exercises
Content: 145 topics in English grammar and some additional topics, effective high school.
Download link: At the bottom of the article 😀
Who is the English Grammar In Use book suitable for?
English Grammar In Use 5th Edition is an English grammar study book, beginner level suitable for those who have a TOEIC score of 200 or above, if your English ability is a bit lower just you work hard on you You can still learn the content of this book.
Introducing the English Grammar In Use 5th Edition
This is the fifth download of the English Grammar In Use book in the English Grammar in Use Elementary + Intermediate + Advance.
Remembering about Julia’s student life, this is my favorite English grammar study book and has been with me since the first year, through the second year and until now.
Firstly, the English Grammar In Use book will provide you with basic and advanced grammar knowledge, which is an extremely scientific presentation system for learners to easily acquire their knowledge.
For beginners who need to learn from the simplest knowledge, this is a good choice for you.
What’s inside the book?
Everything is designed in an extremely scientific system (I’m talking about English grammar topics) in 145 grammar topics from basic to advanced.
You can see the list of books below:
Present and past (Unit 1 – 6)
Unit 1: Present continuous (I am doing)
Unit 2: Present simple (I do)
Unit 3: Present continuous and present simple 1 (I am doing and I do)
Unit 4: Present continuous and present simple 2 (I am doing and I do)
Unit 5: Past simple (I did)
Unit 6: Past continuous (I was doing) Present perfect and past
Present perfect and past (Unit 7 – 18)
Unit 7: Present perfect 1 (I have done)
Unit 8: Present perfect 2 (I have done)
Unit 9: Present perfect continuous (I have been doing)
Unit 10: Present perfect continuous and simple (I have been doing and I have done)
Unit 11: How Long have you (been) … ?
Unit 12: For and since When … ? and How Long … ?
Unit 13: Present perfect and past 1 (I have done and I did)
Unit 14: Present perfect and past 2 (I have done and I did)
Unit 15: Past perfect (I had done)
Unit 16: Past perfect continuous (I had been doing)
Unit 17: Have and have got
Unit 18: Used to (do)
Future tense (Unit 19 – 25)
Unit 19: Present tenses (I am doing / I do) for the future
Unit 20: (I’m) going to (do)
Unit 21: Will/shall 1
Unit 22: Will/shall 2
Unit 23: I will and I’m going to
Unit 24: Will be doing and will have done
Unit 25: When I do / When I’ve done When and if
Modals verb (Unit 26 – 37)
Unit 26: Can, could and (be) able to
Unit 27: Could (do) and could have (done)
Unit 28: Must and can’t
Unit 29: May and might 1
Unit 30: May and might 2
Unit 31: Have to and must
Unit 32: Must mustn’t needn’t
Unit 33: Should 1
Unit 34: Should 2
Unit 35: Had better lt’s time …
Unit 36: Would
Unit 37: Can/Could/Would you … ? etc.
If and wish (Unit 38 – 41)
Unit 38: If I do … and If I did …
Unit 39: If I knew… I wish I knew …
Unit 40: If I had known … I wish I had known …
Unit 41: Wish
Passive voice (Unit 42 – 46)
Unit 42: Passive 1 (is done I was done)
Unit 43: Passive 2 (be done I been done I being done)
Unit 44: Passive 3
Unit 45: lt is said that … He is said to … He is supposed to …
Unit 46: Have something done
Reported speech (Unit 47 – 48)
Unit 47: Reported speech 1 (He said that … )
Unit 48: Reported speech 2
Questions and auxiliary verbs (Unit 49 – 52)
Unit 49: Questions 1
Unit 50: Questions 2 (Do you know where … ? I He asked me where … )
Unit 51: Auxiliary verbs (have/do/can etc.) I think so I I hope so etc.
Unit 52: Question tags (do you? isn’t it? etc.)
Ing and to (Unit 53 – 68)
Unit 53: Verb+ -ing (enjoy doing I stop doing etc.)
Unit 54: Verb+ to … (decide to … I forget to … etc.)
Unit 55: Verb(+ object)+ to … (I want you to … etc.)
Unit 56: Verb+ -ing or to … 1 (remember/regret etc.)
Unit 57: Verb+ -ing or to … 2 (try/need/help)
Unit 58: Verb+ -ing or to … 3 (Like I would Like etc.)
Unit 59: Prefer and would rather
Unit 60: Preposition (in/for/about etc.)+ -ing
Unit 61: Be/get used to something (I’m used to … )
Unit 62: Verb + preposition + -ing (succeed in -ing I accuse somebody of -ing etc.)
Unit 63: Expressions+ -ing
Unit 64: To … , for … and so that …
Unit 65: Adjective+ to …)
Unit 66: To … (afraid to do) and preposition+ -ing (afraid of -ing)
Unit 67: See somebody do and see somebody doing
Unit 68: -ing clauses (Feeling tired, I went to bed early.)
Articles and nouns (Unit 69 – 81)
Unit 69: Countable and uncountable 1
Unit 70: Countable and uncountable 2
Unit 71: Countable nouns with a/an and some
Unit 72: A/an and the
Unit 73: The 1
Unit 74: The 2 (school I the school etc.)
Unit 75: The 3 (children I the children)
Unit 76: The 4 (the giraffe I the telephone I the piano etc., the + adjective)
Unit 77: Names with and without the 1
Unit 78: Names with and without the 2
Unit 79: Singular and plural
Unit 80: Noun + noun (a tennis ball / a headache)
Unit 81: -‘s (your sister’s name) and of … (the name of the book)
Prounouns and determiners (Unit 82 – 91)
Unit 82: Myself/yourself/themselves etc.
Unit 83: A friend of mine My own house On my own/ by myself
Unit 84: There… and it…
Unit 85: Some and any
Unit 86: No/none/any Nothing/nobody etc.
Unit 87: Much, many, little, few, a lot, plenty
Unit 88: All/all of most/most of no/none of etc.
Unit 89: Both/both of neither/neither of either / either of
Unit 90: All, every and whole
Unit 91: Each and every
Relative Clauses (Unit 92 – 97)
Unit 92: Relative clauses 1: clauses with who/that/which
Unit 93: Relative clauses 2: clauses with and without who/that/which
Unit 94: Relative clauses 3: whose/whom/where
Unit 95: Relative clauses 4: extra information clauses (1)
Unit 96: Relative clauses 5: extra information clauses (2)
Unit 97: -ing and -ed clauses (the woman talking to Tom, the boy injured in the accident)
Adjective and adverbs (Unit 98 – 112)
Unit 98: Adjectives ending in -ing and -ed (boring/bored etc.)
Unit 99: Adjectives: a nice new house, you look tired
Unit 100: Adjectives and adverbs 1 (quick/quickly)
Unit 101: Adjectives and adverbs 2 (well/fast/late, hard/hardly)
Unit 102: So and such
Unit 103: Enough and too
Unit 104: Quite, pretty, rather and fairly
Unit 105: Comparison 1 (cheaper, more expensive etc.)
Unit 106: Comparis
All will give you an overview of English grammar.
The structure of the book
In this section Julia will explain specifically to you why English Grammar In Use is the best English grammar study book in the world.
The book is designed according to each grammar topic to provide readers with basic knowledge of English in general and TOEIC in particular, including the following 5 parts:
Part 1: Lesson
As you saw above in part 1 of the English Grammar In Use, there are 16 important grammatical topics allocated in 145 units.
Each lesson has theory, for example, with clear and vivid illustrations so that learners can understand grammar and how to apply it in the real world after learning.
The exercises are designed on the next page with the theory that ranges from easy to difficult according to each question, the exercises are diverse in sentence style so you will practice grammar while learning and improving the grammar of the version. body according to each new sentence.
Part 2: Appendix
This part of the book has 7 appendices attached:
Regular and irregular verbs
Present and past tenses
Modal verbs (can / could / will / would etc.)
Short forms (I’m / alternateve / didn’t etc.)
In each appendix, you will have to systematically revise the knowledge from related units and add the content of the grammar part that has not been mentioned in the article.
Part 3: Additional Exercises
This part is a practical exercise for you after having carefully studied the topics, grammar part 1.
Part 3 will include the grammar topic exercises for you to synthesize the knowledge just learned in part 1, to help you practice knowledge always.
The practice of regular exercises will help you have more content training skills to help you remember longer and understand your weaknesses to learn from lessons in the following exercises.
Part 4: Study Guide
This guide is to help you decide which units you need to study. The content of the guide is grouped together (Present and past, Impersonation and nouns, etc.) in the same way as in Units.
For the example sentences in this section, each sentence can have 1 or more answers (A, B, C, etc.).
If you’re not sure which is the correct solution, you can review that grammar in the unit list in the right column.
The answer of this section is available on page 372, after you finish, you can check it out later.
Part 5: Key to Exercises
This section helps you grade yourself and determine if your assignment has been done right or wrong.
Answers will help learners compare and assess their ability with the exercises done.
The answers presented are relatively easy to understand and clear for convenient searching.
Part 6: Index
Content Index will guide you the basic vocabulary arranged in the English alphabet will go with prepositions / nouns / … public, structure and how to use.
This section is necessary when readers need to quickly look up certain structures, students who will take the TOEIC exam will enjoy this part when reviewing TOEIC Reading.