Grammar Exercises

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12 07, 2021

Plurals of Nouns

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Grammar Time: Plurals of Nouns The two biggest groups of English nouns are countable nouns and uncountable nouns. A countable noun has a singular form and a plural form. Let's revise the plurals of nouns. Exam in Mind Level B1/B2 Study the rule Plurals of Nouns In modern English the singular form of a noun is

7 07, 2021

Modals to Express Habits

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Modals to express habits: WILL, WOULD, USED TO Let's revise modals to express habits in present and in past. Exam in Mind Level B1 / B2 Will for Present Habits Will + infinitive can be used when we wish to emphasize actions that are characteristic/predictable of a person, habits and tendencies. Will = tend to:

29 06, 2021

Past Tenses Revision

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Grammar Time: Past Tenses Revision Let's revise Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous. Have practice doing these exercises devoted to past tenses revision. Exam in Mind Level B1/B2 Task 1. Put the verbs in the Present Perfect or Past Perfect. It isn't raining now. It (stop)__________ at last. We had no

29 06, 2021

Compound Nouns

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Grammar: Compound Nouns Exam in Mind Level B1/ B2 Compound nouns are nouns that are formed from two or more words. The meaning of the whole compound is often different from the meaning of the two words on their own. Compound nouns are very common. The main noun is normally the last one: teapot, headache,

28 06, 2021

Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous

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Grammar Time: Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous Let's revise the Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous Tenses. Exam in Mind Level B1/B2 Past Perfect is used to describe: past action completed before another past event or before a certain moment in the past: She had already typed all the letters before her boss arrived.  completed past action in the

27 06, 2021

Using Either Neither

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Do You Have Problems Using Either Neither? If using either neither is confusing for you, let's learn together. Exam in Mind Level B1 Either refers to any one of the two things or people. Either is always considered singular in a sentence. I bought two shoes yesterday. Either shoes is for you. I will choose either of these candidates for the

21 06, 2021

Subject Object Questions

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Subject and Object Questions in English Exam in Mind Level A2/B1 The subject of a sentence is the person or thing that performs the action: We want some fruit juice. Karen likes Fred. Smoking causes cancer. The object of a sentence is the person or thing that is acted upon, or receives the action: We want some fruit juice. Karen likes Fred. Smoking causes cancer. Most questions

7 06, 2021

Present Perfect and Past Simple

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Present Perfect and Past Simple Compared The main difference between the Present Perfect and Past Simple is that we use the Past Simple for past events or actions which have no connection to the present, but we use the Present Perfect for actions which started in the past and are still happening now or for finished

2 06, 2021

Present Perfect

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Grammar Exercises: Present Perfect Have practice in using the Present Perfect Tense. Exam in Mind Level A2 / B1 Exercise 1. Read the text and ask questions of different types (Yes/No questions, Or-questions, Wh-questions and tag questions). Our teacher of geography is an old man. He has lived a very interesting and exciting life. I

1 06, 2021

The Present Perfect Tense

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Grammar Time: the Present Perfect Tense We use the Present Perfect Tense: for something that started in the past and continues in the present: They've been married for nearly fifty years. She has lived in Liverpool all her life. when we are talking about our experience up to the present: I've seen that film before. I've played the guitar ever since I was a teenager. He has written three books and