Archive for March, 2015

How to make questions when there is no auxiliary verb

March 22nd, 2015 in English Learning

Forming questions can be tricky when the statement does not contain auxiliary verbs.

Study the examples given below:

Mike likes chocolates. (Statement)

Transitive verbs with two objects

March 18th, 2015 in English Learning

Verbs that take an object are called transitive verbs.

I bought a pair of trousers.

Here the noun phrase ‘a pair of trousers’ acts as the object of the verb ‘bought’. Therefore, ‘bought’ is used as a transitive verb in this sentence.

Prepositions exercise

March 16th, 2015 in English Quiz

Complete the following sentences using appropriate prepositions.

1. I entirely agree …………………. you on this point.

a) with b) from c) to d) on

Grammar worksheet

March 14th, 2015 in English Quiz

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate word or phrase.

1. When I was young I ………………………. every day.

a) used to exercise
b) had exercised
c) was exercising
d) exercising

The possessive case

March 13th, 2015 in English Grammar

The possessive case indicates possession.
Read the sentence given below.

This is John’s car.

Here the noun John’s is in the possessive case. A noun which shows ownership or possession is said to be in the possessive case.

Gap fills exercise

March 12th, 2015 in English Quiz

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate word or phrase.

1. I know you don’t like me. I don’t like you …………………………

a) either
b) too
c) as well
c) neither

Expressing your opinions

March 11th, 2015 in English for children

Here are a few expressions you can use to express your opinions.

To express your opinions, use an expression like I think … or I guess …