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27 10, 2021

Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns

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Grammar Time: Possessive Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns If you don't remember what's the differences between possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns, study the rule and have practice doing the exercises. Exam in Mind Level A1/A2 A possessive adjective is usually used to describe a noun, and it comes before it, like other adjectives. My car is bigger than her car. What’s your address? My car is in front of

24 11, 2020

Pronouns Either Neither Every Each All None

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Brush Up: Pronouns Either Neither Every Each All None Either Относится к двум лицам или предметам, имеет значение тот или другой, любой из двух: You may go by either road. (Можете идти по той или другой дороге (по любой из двух) Take either book. (Возьми одну из этих (двух) книг.) Here are two dictionaries, you make

8 06, 2020

Fly High 3 Lessons 26 – 28

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Fly High 3 Fly High 3 Lesson 26 You Must Be Brave must - повинен I must clean my teeth every day. I mustn’t run in school. I must always do my best. Students must do their homework. We mustn't cheat in a test. They mustn't football in the classroom. worried - схвильований, стурбований She is worried.