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Sentence, Subordinate Clause

September 22nd, 2019 in Improve English

Quantifier

A word or expression which is used in a noun phrase to show how many or how much we are talking about. Most quantifiers are determiners. Examples are: many, every, all, some, no, few, little, several and both.

Present Perfect Tense Exercise

June 16th, 2019 in Improve English

Fill in the blanks with the present perfect tense form of the verb.

Notes

We make the present perfect tense form of the verb by putting has/have before the past participle form of the verb.

Complete The Passage

February 22nd, 2019 in Improve English

Mars has almost every feature ……………………… (that / what / this) earth has. Scientists have already discovered hills, craters, and dry riverbeds ……………………. (on / in / at) the Red Planet. New images now show that some parts of the Martian landscape might also be dotted ………………………. (with / about / to) caves. If confirmed, these caves could be ………………………… (among /between) the only places on Mars to find evidence of past or present microbial life.

Sentence Completion Exercise

January 13th, 2019 in Improve English

Fill in the blanks.

1. Cancer is not a —————- disease.

a) serious

 b) contagious

 c) contiguous

 d) contaminated

Verbs Exercise

January 7th, 2019 in Improve English

When two wanton bullets …………………. (left / leaved / were leaving) him ……………….. (paralyzing / paralyzed) on a fateful night in March, 1986,  James Clark, an occupational therapist, was only 37. The next five years he …………………………. (occupied / was occupied / was occupying) by negative thoughts and trying to come to terms with his disability. He kept …………………………. (quarrelling / quarrelled) with God and ……………………… (wondering / wondered / wonder) how long he would be able to go on. They one day, he ……………………… (decides / decided / deciding) to change his fate.

Sentence Completion

January 3rd, 2019 in Improve English

Fill in the blanks.

Fill in the blanks.

  1. I looked up and found that ………………………… through the ceiling.
    a) we had water dripping
    b) we had water dripped
    c) we have water dripping



Identify The Kind Of Sentence

June 4th, 2018 in Improve English

There are four types of sentences:

  • Declarative
  • Imperative
  • Exclamatory
  • Interrogative

Read the following sentences and identify their kind.

1. The children kept jumping into the flowerbeds.