Grammar Exercises

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17 02, 2020

Zero Conditional

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The Zero Conditional Learn to use Zero Conditional We can make a zero conditional sentence with two Present Simple verbs (one in the 'if clause' and one in the 'main clause'): If + Present Simple, .... Present Simple. This conditional is used when the result will always happen. So, if water reaches 100 degrees, it always boils.

31 05, 2019

Present Perfect Continuous

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Present Perfect Continuous or Present Perfect Progressive Present Perfect Continuous is used: to indicate the duration of an activity that began in the past and continues to the present: I have been sitting here since seven o’clock. You have been studying for five straight hours. It has been snowing all day. The boys have been

10 04, 2019

Revise Types of Questions

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Questions, Answers, Negatives Revise types of questions and have practice doing the exercises. There are four main types of questions in English: general or Yes / No-questions; alternative  or Or-questions; special or Wh-questions (a – to all memebers of the sentence except subject, b – questions to the subject or Who-questions); disjunctive or Tag-questions. There

18 03, 2019

What is Future-in-the-Past

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What should we know about Future-in-the-Past Future-in-the-Past in Reported Speech When the reporting verb is in the Past Tense we change the Future Tense into the Future-in-the-Past. To make the Future-in-the-Past the auxiliary verb would is used instead of will. Two Forms of Future-in-the-Past Like Simple Future, Future-in-the-Past has two different forms in English: would and was going

15 03, 2019

Future Simple Tense Elementary Level

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Future Simple Tense Have practice using Future Simple Tense Elementary Level Exercise 1. Write general questions (Yes / No questions) to the sentences. Example: Jane will come in the evening. – Will Jane come in the evening? I will translate the article tomorrow. ______________________________________________________________________________ My uncle will arrive in two days. ______________________________________________________________________________ On Sunday we

14 03, 2019

How to Be Successful in Life

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Do you want to climb the ladder of success? Fill in the prepositions where necessary to get some pieces of advice how to be successful in life. 1. I’d like to recommend some interesting advice ____you. - to of 2. You should pay more attention ____ the school subjects which appeal ____ your interests. for,

28 02, 2019

Reported Special Questions

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How to report Wh-questions When we report a Wh-question, we use reporting verbs like asked, wondered, wanted to know or enquired. When there is a question word (what, where, why, who, when, how) we use that question word in the reported question but there is no auxiliary verb and the word order is like an affirmative sentence. Direct

11 02, 2019

Conditionals of Three Types

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Learn what Conditionals of three types are, have practice doing execises and use them in your speech. What are Conditionals? Conditionals of three types are two parts sentences which are connected with the word 'if'. With all conditionals, when we start the sentence with 'if', we must use a comma. When 'if' is in the middle

7 02, 2019

Reported Commands, Requests, Suggestons

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Let's learn how to report commands, requests and suggestions. In reported commands, requests and suggestions we use such verbs as: to order, to ask, to tell, to suggest, to beg, to advise, to forbid, to warn, to insist, to promise, to agree, to refuse, to remind, etc. after which according to the construction of the

28 03, 2018

The Gerund

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What do you know about the Gerund? The Gerund is a non-finite form of the verb which has noun and verb characteristics. The verb characteristics of the gerund are as follows: the Gerund of transitive verbs takes a direct object: I like reading books. She began preparing food. I remember reading this book. the Gerund