Joining with a preposition and which

March 27th, 2014 in English Learning

Join each pair of sentence given below with a preposition and which. The phrase that you need to use is indicated in the brackets.

Examples are given below.

Conjunctions exercise

March 27th, 2014 in English Quiz

Combine the following pairs of sentences using the conjunction given in brackets.

1. I will have no difficulty. My friend is with me. (so long as)

Interchange of degrees of comparison

March 26th, 2014 in English Learning

Change the degree of comparison in the following sentences.

Study the examples given below.

This is the most crowded part of the city.

Exercise: degrees of comparison

March 25th, 2014 in English Quiz

Complete the following sentences using an adjective or adverb of the appropriate degree.

1. Who is the ………………….. bowler in your team ? (fast / faster / fastest)

Emphatic pronouns exercise

March 24th, 2014 in English Learning

Reflexive pronouns are words like himself, herself, itself, myself, themselves, yourself, yourselves and ourselves.

When reflexive pronouns are used for emphasis they are called emphatic pronouns.

Study the example given below.

Sentence synthesis exercise

March 23rd, 2014 in English Learning

Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using a relative clause.

1. This is the restaurant. I frequently eat here.

2. The patient was taken to the hospital. He is now recovering.

Participles exercise

March 22nd, 2014 in English Quiz

Participles are non-finite verb forms. They act as adjectives. There are two kinds of participles: present participles and past participles.

The present participle form always ends in –ing. The past participle form can have different endings.