27331 preintermediate grammar and vocabulary test

English grammar and vocabulary test

English grammar and vocabulary test
... family Combine using both and a) He lost both his wealth and family b) He both lost his wealth and family c) Both he lost his wealth and family d) He lost his wealth both and his family 10 A quiver ... great painter Oldest He lost both his wealth and family 10 Arrows Be first to know when grammar rules change! Sign up to our newsletter here: englishgrammar.org (It's free) Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org) ... great painter c) Rabindranath Tagore was not only but also a great poet and orator d) Rabindranath Tagore was a great poet and orator Shiela is the ……………………… girl in the group a) Old b) Older c)...
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achieve ielts grammar and vocabulary

achieve ielts grammar and vocabulary
... 184 |5 Diagnostic grammar test Do the test to help you find which grammar points you need to practise Each question is related to grammar units in Achieve IELTS Grammar and Vocabulary Choose ... and I don’t want to pack dirty clothes You need to check the weather forecast and call your parents Achieve IELTS Grammar | 19 Bohos: I ( ) the weather forecast, and it’s going to be fine and ... □ □ □ Now check your answers p168 Achieve IELTS Grammar | 27 Grammar A8 Stative, transitive and intransitive verbs Read the task and the student’s response, and write TRUE, FALSE or NOT GIVEN...
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achieve ielts grammar and vocabulary

achieve ielts grammar and vocabulary
... 184 |5 Diagnostic grammar test Do the test to help you find which grammar points you need to practise Each question is related to grammar units in Achieve IELTS Grammar and Vocabulary Choose ... and I don’t want to pack dirty clothes You need to check the weather forecast and call your parents Achieve IELTS Grammar | 19 Bohos: I ( ) the weather forecast, and it’s going to be fine and ... □ □ □ Now check your answers p168 Achieve IELTS Grammar | 27 Grammar A8 Stative, transitive and intransitive verbs Read the task and the student’s response, and write TRUE, FALSE or NOT GIVEN...
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Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Adjectives and adverbs

Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Adjectives and adverbs
... fuii~ We can also form some adverbs from nouns by adding -1 y: hour hourly part partly Adjectives and adverbs with the same form Some adjectives have the same form when they are adverbs: Adjective ... fine The plane swooped low Some adjectives end in -ly, like monthly and early, and have the same form as adjective and adverb Others can't be transformed into adverbs Instead we have to use a ... examples of adjectives used afier verbs: awake content asleep aware glad afraid alive sure alone alike FORMING ADVERBS FROM ADJECTIVES We can turn most adjectives into adverbs by adding -1 y (see...
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Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Determaners and pronouns

Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Determaners and pronouns
... c that life was rnuch easier and more cornfortable when (18)of thern could utter anything more than 'goo-goo' and 'da-da' and (19) rny wife and ould settle down for a rneal without feeling ... others, or other's Left-handedness is a fascinating phenomenon unless you are trying to undo a knot that a left-handed person has tied the (1) way round It is surprising that left-handers have not ... With this meaning, we use some in positive sentences, and any in negatives and questions Some and any as pronouns We use some and any as pronouns: on their own to replace a noun: '1 didn't bring...
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Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Emphasis

Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Emphasis
... was will-power that enabled me to win sheer full utter c This is the thing was dreading one very sheer INTENSIFYING AND EMPHASISING d Deliberate handball is cheating outright out -and- out comprehensive ... subject When there is no obvious subject for the sentence, we generally use There before nouns or noun phrases and It before adjectives and noun clauses: > Xfs-eekt;tsttm2 J It's cola, isn't it? ... f 5-0 is a win in anybody's book comprehensive confirmed complete g He was reprimanded for his stupidity crass very utter h Giving his nephew the job was favouritism out -and- out...
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Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Linking clauses

Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Linking clauses
... closed down -1 NG CLAUSES We can use an -ing form after (ever) since, after, before, while, when, whenever: Since reading that artide, Colin's refused to eat red meat AJter waitingfor agesfor a table, ... notice Expressing purpose and efect RESULT, CAUSE AND EFFECT Apart from linking clauses, we can express purpose and result in other ways PURPOSE AND INTENTION We can use vocabulary items with meanings ... bear Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, friends - If we can stand (1) and not give (2) to pressure, if we can keep standing up (3) what we believe in and not cave ...
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Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Modal verbs 1

Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Modal verbs 1
... Modals come before the infinitive form of a verb without to (except ought to): rnay meet her tomorrow (see Watch out! opposite) Modals never change form They not have -ed, -S, or -ing endings: ... rnay join us Modals never use when forming questions or negatives To form negatives we use not after the modal and before the verb: Will you come? You mustn't worry so much We can use modals with ... know beforehand that you couldn't come GRAMMAR SECTION Necessity, duty and advice NECESSITY We use must and mustn't when we decide for ourselves what's necessary: You mustn't keep asking for my...
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Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Modal verbs 2

Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Modal verbs 2
... MODAL VERBS OVERVIEW For basic grammar information for modals, see Unit 3, Overview MAlN USES OF MODALS Here is a list of uses dealt with in this Unit with examples For other uses, ... timefor dinner (For an alphabetical list of modals with their meanings, see pages 6 4-6 7.) me h i d be late MEANINGS O F MODAL VERBS Here is a quick reference to the meanings of moda1 verbs For ... done for you Dear Marie, Thank you for arranging this fortnight here for me I know how busy you've been with the day- h (O)-day running of the office (1) usual, your choice of course for...
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