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English Grammar (Medical English)

PREFACE

English Grammar For Health Professions, Intermediate Level, is a developmental skills text designed for health students of English as a Foreign language who are pursuing a medical and/or paramedical programme at universities, colleges, or institues. It presents fundamental structures and vocabulary appropriate for health students at an intermediate level. The book provides ample opportunities for practice through extensive and varied exercises. While focusing on grammar, the book actively promotes the development of writing skills (and by extension reading skills) as well as situationally appropriate language use in the medical and paramedical fields. Thus, it helps learners write correctly so that they can communicate clearly and effectively.
Notes to the Teacher Level
            English Grammar For Health Professions, Intermediate Level, is designed to meet the needs of health students at the lower-intermediate and intermediate levels.
CONTENTS
UNIT 1: Asking for Information
UNIT 2: Asking for Information
UNIT 3: Asking for Information about Possession
UNIT 4: Asking about Frequency and Length of Time
UNIT 5: Asking for Confirmation
UNIT 6: Expressing Factual and Habitual Actions
UNIT 7: Describing Actions and Activities in Progress
UNIT 8: Expressing Past Events and Activities
UNIT 9: Describing Actions and Activities in Progress in the Past
UNIT 10: Describing What Has Happened
UNIT 11: What Has Been Happening
UNIT 12: What Had Happened
UNIT 13: What Had Been Happening
UNIT 14: Expressing Necessity
UNIT 15: Expressing Advice
UNIT 16: Passive Voice: Simple Present and Present Continuous
UNIT 17: Passive Voice: Simple Past and Past Continuous Tenses
UNIT 18: Passive Voice: Present Perfect Tense
UNIT 19: Passive Voice: Past Perfect Tense
UNIT 20: Passive Voice with Modals
UNIT 21: Gerunds: Subject and Object
UNIT 22: Gerunds after Prepositions
UNIT 23: Infinitives after Certain Verbs
UNIT 24: Excess and Insufficiency
UNIT 25: Expressing a Cause and Effect Relationship
UNIT 26: Expressing Purpose
UNIT 27: Expressing Purpose
UNIT 28: Adjective Clauses with Subject Relative Pronouns
UNIT 29: Adjective Clauses with Object Relative Pronouns
UNIT 30: Using Prepositions in Adjective Clauses
UNIT 31: Reporting Statements
UNIT 32: Reporting Questions
UNIT 33: Reporting Imperatives
UNIT 34: Expressing Unreal Conditionals: Present
UNIT 35: Expressing Unreal Conditionals: Past
UNIT 36: Expressing Linking
UNIT 37: Expressing Linking
UNIT 38: Expressing Linking
Publications By Prof. Suleiman Mazyad –   QELA AL ELM (QEH) FOR PUBLISHING 
Publication Year 2012
First Edition.
ISBN 978-603-00-8509-5
PREFACE English Grammar For Health Professions, Intermediate Level, is a developmental skills text designed for health students of English as a Foreign language who are pursuing a medical and/or paramedical programme at universities, colleges, or institues. It presents fundamental structures and vocabulary appropriate for health students at an intermediate level. The book provides ample opportunities for practice through extensive and varied exercises. While focusing on grammar, the book actively promotes the development of writing skills (and by extension reading skills) as well as situationally appropriate language use in the medical and paramedical fields. Thus, it helps learners write correctly so that they can communicate clearly and effectively. Notes to the Teacher Level             English Grammar For Health Professions, Intermediate Level, is designed to meet the needs of health students at the lower-intermediate and intermediate levels. CONTENTS UNIT 1: Asking for Information UNIT 2: Asking for Information UNIT 3: Asking for Information about Possession UNIT 4: Asking about Frequency and Length of Time UNIT 5: Asking for Confirmation UNIT 6: Expressing Factual and Habitual Actions UNIT 7: Describing Actions and Activities in Progress UNIT 8: Expressing Past Events and Activities UNIT 9: Describing Actions and Activities in Progress in the Past UNIT 10: Describing What Has Happened UNIT 11: What Has Been Happening UNIT 12: What Had Happened UNIT 13: What Had Been Happening UNIT 14: Expressing Necessity UNIT 15: Expressing Advice UNIT 16: Passive Voice: Simple Present and Present Continuous UNIT 17: Passive Voice: Simple Past and Past Continuous Tenses UNIT 18: Passive Voice: Present Perfect Tense UNIT 19: Passive Voice: Past Perfect Tense UNIT 20: Passive Voice with Modals UNIT 21: Gerunds: Subject and Object UNIT 22: Gerunds after Prepositions UNIT 23: Infinitives after Certain Verbs UNIT 24: Excess and Insufficiency UNIT 25: Expressing a Cause and Effect Relationship UNIT 26: Expressing Purpose UNIT 27: Expressing Purpose UNIT 28: Adjective Clauses with Subject Relative Pronouns UNIT 29: Adjective Clauses with Object Relative Pronouns UNIT 30: Using Prepositions in Adjective Clauses UNIT 31: Reporting Statements UNIT 32: Reporting Questions UNIT 33: Reporting Imperatives UNIT 34: Expressing Unreal Conditionals: Present UNIT 35: Expressing Unreal Conditionals: Past UNIT 36: Expressing Linking UNIT 37: Expressing Linking UNIT 38: Expressing Linking Publications By Prof. Suleiman Mazyad –   QELA AL ELM (QEH) FOR PUBLISHING  Publication Year 2012 First Edition. ISBN 978-603-00-8509-5

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