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English Grammar through Stories #1 (permalink) Sun May 01, 2011 10:42 am   English Grammar through Stories
 

I would like to buy English Grammar through Stories book but when I checked table of contents I only found present simple tense, present continuous and some future tenses. What about the rest? Like present perfect, past simple, past perfect, past continuous, past perfect continuous etc.
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English Grammar through Stories #2 (permalink) Wed May 04, 2011 13:47 pm   English Grammar through Stories
 

Hi,

The continuous forms are in the story Going, going, gone - http://www.english-test.net/lessons/2/index.html
As for the other ones, they are on my list to write them one day. I need to be inspired! Thank you for reminding me of what I have yet to do.

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English Grammar through Stories #3 (permalink) Fri Jun 24, 2011 17:23 pm   English Grammar through Stories
 

hi,
I have a question:
If I buy this, will I get also the listening files or it is only a pdf file? I'd like to have it in my mp4, so that I can hear it when I have time.

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English Grammar through Stories #4 (permalink) Tue Jun 28, 2011 7:31 am   English Grammar through Stories
 

Hi Ana, the English Grammar through Stories product is a PDF file. There is no audio for this product currently. Here is the link to the product for anyone interested in buying it from our shop: http://shop.english-test.net/esl-materials/english-grammar-through-stories-pdf
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English Grammar through Stories #5 (permalink) Wed Jun 29, 2011 20:15 pm   English Grammar through Stories
 

Hello,
Thank you for answering me, and I have already got the PDF file of this book ^^. However, it would be great if you can send me a mp3 file when it were ready.
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English Grammar through Stories #6 (permalink) Thu Sep 08, 2011 9:26 am   English Grammar through Stories
 

Have you got materrials about toefl ibt ?
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English Grammar through Stories #7 (permalink) Thu Sep 08, 2011 19:46 pm   English Grammar through Stories
 

Yes, they will be available by the end of this month.

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