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Advanced Grammar and Vocabulary (AGV)

Grammar exercises can be boring at times. All those repetitive gap fill exercises. We have gap fills too but ours are much more exciting. Why? Because the sentences have interesting vocabulary. Lots of idiomatic expressions that are useful to learn. When you learn grammar with us, you will learn not only grammar but you will also practice and learn all of your English language skills.

Grammar exercises can be boring at times. All those repetitive gap fill exercises. We have gap fills too but our are much more exciting. Why? Because the sentences have interesting vocabulary. Lots of idiomatic expressions that are useful to learn. When you learn grammar with us, you will learn not only grammar but you will also practice and learn all of your English language skills.

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Chapter 1 Problem Tenses

Practice expressing yourself with multiple tenses. Be able to easily change tenses to express your ideas

The past simple or the present perfect?

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it is as similar in meaning as possible to the sentence printed before it.
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EXAMPLE: I've never had to work all through the night before. This is the first time I've had to work all through the night.

Exercise 16.2

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.
EXAMPLE: I have been writing this composition all evening

Exercise 16.3

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.
EXAMPLE: As soon as he saw what had happened, he switched off the electricity.

Ex. 16.4

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.
EXAMPLE: Look out! We're going to hit the car in front!

Ex. 18.1

Correct these sentences.

Exercise 19.1

If the sentence is incorrect, enter the correct sentence. If you think it is correct, type "correct" (without the quotes )

Exercise 19.2

Copy the sentences that are correct, but correct those that are not.

Exercise 19.3

Fill each of the gaps in this passage with one suitable word.

Exercise 19.4

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.
Example: I'm not going to go out again until the storm has blown over.

Exercise 19.5

Finish each of the sentences in such a way that it is as similar in meaning as possible to the sentence printed before it.
Example:
Make sure you finish this book before you start on the others.
Don't start the other books until you have finished this one.

Exercise 21.1

Copy and paste a sentence ending into each gap so that the sentence is correct. Example: 0 + i =>

Exercise 21.2

Correct any sentences that are unacceptable. If the sentence is correct, just copy the sentence into the gap or write "correct" into the gap

Exercise 21.3

Rewrite this letter with eight errors corrected. An error has already been corrected.

Exercise 21.4

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it is as similar as possible to the sentence printed before it. Example: Don't use that milk until you've finished this carton.
Make sure you've finished this carton before you use that milk.

Exercise 21.5

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase. Example: All the best things will have gone if we don't get to the sale soon.

Exercise 22.1

Match the example sentences (1-5) with the explanations (a— e) of the uses of the Continuous.

Exercise 23.2

enter the correct verb form. Sometimes both may be possible. The first has been done for you.

Exercise 30.1

Finish each of the sentences in such a way that it is as similar in meaning as possible to the sentence before it.

Exercise 30.2

Fill each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.

Leon Wooldridge - Exercise 30.3

Fill each of the gaps with one suitable word

Chapter 2 Unit 2

Unit II

Exercise 23.1

Multiple choice vocabulary

Ex. 33.1

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it is as similar as possible to the sentence before it.

Ex. 33.2

Fill in each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.

Ex. 33.3

Fill in each of the blanks with a suitable word or phrase.

Ex. 33.4

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it is as similar
as possible to the sentence before it.

Ex. 35.1

Fill each of the gaps in the following sentences with one of the passive verb phrases below.
is deemed, could soon be fitted, were charged, has been held
has finally been elected, is expected, being caused,
to be printed, is auctioned, being considered

Ex. 35.2

Paste the appropriate extra information (a—e) to the passive sentences (1-5).
  1. english without a capital letter: ba0a6ddd94c73698a3658f92ac222f8a
  2. have a sandwich 4a04890400b5d7bac101baace5d7e994
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