February 2nd, 2018 in English Learning
Some intransitive verbs require a word or phrase to complete the predicate and make sense of the sentence. Such verbs are called verbs of incomplete predication. Examples are: is, am, are, was, were, become, look, seem, appear, taste, smell, grow, turn etc.
February 1st, 2018 in English Learning
Fill in the blanks with an appropriate preposition.
January 21st, 2018 in English Learning
Read the following sentences.
- Ann heard a loud noise.
- Ann ran.
In the first sentence, the verb heard has an object (a loud noise), whereas in the second sentence the verb ran has no object.
December 17th, 2017 in English Learning
A sentence has been given in active/passive voice. Out of the suggested alternatives, select the one which expresses the same sentence in passive/active voice.
1. The opposition has criticized the government’s foreign policy.
December 7th, 2017 in English Learning
Here are some common phrasal verbs in English with their meaning.
Come down – To come down is to move to a lower level.
November 20th, 2017 in English Learning
Fill in the blanks with an appropriate tense form.
November 18th, 2017 in English Learning
Read the sample conversations given below. They have an academic theme.
Just point me in the right direction
Here is a piece of conversation between a student and a librarian.