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Mar 15, 2023

Be / Get Used to Exercise: Multiple Choice Quiz

Be / Get Used to exercise to help you decide which is the right verb. One is for being already familiar with something, one for the process of becoming familiar

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Mar 03, 2023

Be / Get Used to: Learn the Differences

Be / get used to is used to talk about something that one is familiar with or accustomed to. There are slight difference between 'be' and 'get'.

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Feb 22, 2023

'Used To' Quiz: Multiple Choice

Used to quiz testing you on the use of this verb for repeated states and actions in the past. Choose whether the 'd' is needed or not.

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Feb 09, 2023

Ditransitive Verbs Explained

Ditransitive verbs are type of transitive verbs that take both a direct and indirect object. They are words such as give, buy, and lend.

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Jan 29, 2023

Uses of the Past Continuous Quiz

In this uses of the past continuous quiz you are tested on your understanding of the differing ways that this past tense can be used.

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Jan 28, 2023

Modals in English grammar: Explanation and Examples

Modals in English grammar are used alongside another main verb to add further meaning to a sentence. They typically show obligation, possibility or speculation

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Jan 25, 2023

The Meaning of Used To: How and when to use it

'Used to' is not a tense in itself (it's actually a modal verb), we use it to talk about the past instead of the past simple for certain situations.

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Jan 13, 2023

Past Continuous Tense With Examples

Past Continuous Tense Forms

Learn about the past continuous tense with examples to help you perfect your grammar.

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Jan 02, 2023

Present Continuous Tense with Examples

Present Continuous Tense Form

Learn about the present continuous tense with examples. This tense is used to describe things that are happening at the time of speaking.

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Nov 24, 2022

WIll Going To Quiz: Multiple Choice

This 'WIll Going To' Quiz is multiple choice. You have to choose which of the words will go in the gap to make correct future tenses.

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Nov 10, 2022

Going to Future Tense

'Going to' is used for the future tense as well as 'will' and 'shall'. However, it is used mainly to express planned future events.

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Nov 07, 2022

The Simple Future Tense: Explanation and Exercises

The simple future tense is mainly created by the use of 'will' and 'going to', though we also use the present continuous.

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Oct 17, 2022

Possessive Adjectives Quiz: Multiple Choice

This possessive adjectives quiz is a multiple choice exercise and tests you on your understanding of this type of adjective.

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Sep 27, 2022

Numeral Adjectives Quiz

This numeral adjectives quiz with answers tests and teaches you on how to use this type of adjective. It's a multiple choice quiz.

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Sep 26, 2022

Types of Adjective Exercise: Multiple Choice

In this types of adjective exercise you need to choose which type the word in capitals represents. It's a multiple choice exercise with answers.

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