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Question Tags Exercises with Answers

Question Tags Exercises with Answers

    We use questions tags (a mini question) on the end of our sentences to request for confirmation or to really ask questions. To see the difference, see the following explanations. The Definition of Question Tags Question tag is a mini question we put on the end of a sentence. Let’s see the following example. The underlined words are the question tag. You haven’t got a car, have you? It was a nightmare, wasn’t it? She came home by taxi, didn’t she?…

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Below and Under Exercises with Answers

Below and Under Exercises with Answers

Below and under have similarities and differences in some ways. Below and Under Exercises   Below and Under Meaning Similarity Below and under can both mean ‘lower than’. In this case they are interchangeable. Example My mother always keeps the gas tank under/below the kitchen set. Look. Your pen is under/below your desk. The Difference between Below and Under In some cases it is preferable/better to use one to the other. How to Use Under Under is preferably used when we talk about something which…

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Enough and Too Exercises with Answers

Enough and Too Exercises with Answers

Enough and Too Exercises   In this episode we provide you with enough and too exercises. There are three different types of exercises: combining, completing, and rewriting sentences using enough or too. But, before the exercises, we provide you with some points about these two words. Enough and too are a little bit confusing for beginners  for two reasons. First, they have opposite meaning.  Too is used to express that there is more of a thing or quality than is…

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Positive Comparative Superlative Adjectives

Positive Comparative Superlative Adjectives

  Get your free English grammar exercises in your inbox.   We can use adjectives to compare two things/people or more. Comparative Adjective Examples I am taller than my mother. This car is better than that car. Giving examples is more difficult than giving instructions. My wife is younger than I am. His watch is more expensive than my car. Asia is bigger than Europe. Health is more important than wealth. Grace is more attractive than her sister. January is…

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Used To Exercises with Answers

Used To Exercises with Answers

Used to is used to express habits in the past. Used to Examples This is Jack. He gave up smoking two years ago. He no longer smokes. But he used to smoke. He used to smoke 40 cigarettes a day. I used to love her but now I have somebody else. My mother used to wake up early when she was a teacher. Did you use to do exercises every morning when you were young? We used to be friends…

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Used To + Ing Exercises with Answers

Used To + Ing Exercises with Answers

Hello Everyone. Have you ever used “used to + ing” in your English communication activities? Yes, you are right. We often have to use this pattern when we communicate with others. But, do you know the meaning of the pattern? See info below if you are not sure. Used to + Ing Meaning “I’m used to something/verb + ing” means it is not new or strange for me to something/to verb + ing. Let’s see the following examples. Igor lives…

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Adjectives Ending in Ing and Ed

Adjectives Ending in Ing and Ed

      The Difference between Adjectives Ending in Ing and Ed Adjectives ending in -ing and -ed have different meaning. Ing adjectives cause us to have the feeling of something whereas ed adjectives are what we feel. These two types of adjectives are also known as participial adjectives. The verb ending in ing is called present participle. And, the verbs ending in ed, including all the verbs III, are called past participle. Both of them can function as adjectives…

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Adjectives To Infinitive Exercise and Answer

Adjectives To Infinitive Exercise and Answer

  We can use adjectives to infinitive in  two ways. Let’s see both of them. It is difficult to understand  her. She’s difficult to understand. It’s good to see you again. I’m happy to see you again. Are you happy to see me again? Yes, It’s pleasing to talk to you again. Was it pleasant to sleep alone in this large house? No, it was scary to stay all night alone here. Adjectives to Infinitive Pattern I Examples It is almost impossible to…

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Adjective Word Order

Adjective Word Order

We use adjective to modify nouns. But, sometimes we use two or more adjectives together to modify one noun. In this case, we have to know which adjective comes first and which one comes later.  There are rules about adjective word order. Let’s see the following examples.   Don lives in a nice new house. There were four beautiful small square wooden chair in the living room. It’s a nice sunny day. This is the delicious hot food I am looking for. Jane…

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Comparison As As

Comparison As As

We can compare two things or actions which have the same quality with as adjective/adverb as.   As Adjective As (Comparison as as) We usually compare two things which have the same quality with as…as. Let’s see the following examples. My daughter is as beautiful as my wife. My son is as fat as my wife. My brother is not as tall as my father. So Adjective As In Negative Sentences We can replace as adjective as with so adjective as in negative sentences. Let’s see the following examples. My ex-girlfriend is not so…

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