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Building sentences with adverb clauses - 2014 -
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Building sentences with adverb clauses - 2014 -Building sentences with adverb clauses - 2014 -

Let us practice building sentences with adverb clauses. An adverb clause serves the same function as an adverb.

Adverbs are words used to modify verbs. Adverbs can also modify adjectives and other adverbs.

 
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Grammar exercise: about, of, on and off - 2014 -
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Grammar exercise: about, of, on and off - 2014 -Grammar exercise: about, of, on and off - 2014 -

Exercise with answers about using appropriate prepositions.


 
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Confusing words exercise - 2014 -
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The words lay and lie are often confused. There are several confusing word pairs in English.

This exercise tests your ability to use these words correctly.

 
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Determiners, articles and possessives -2014 -
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Determiners, articles and possessives -2014 -Determiners, articles and possessives -2014 -

You will definitely have noticed those little words that precede and modify nouns.

They are of three types: determiners, articles and quantifiers.

 
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Get and become -2014 - Grammar short lessons
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Get and become -2014 - Grammar short lessonsGet and become -2014 - Grammar short lessons

The word get and become are sometimes interchangeable. However, get has several different meanings. Become, on the other hand, is mainly used to talk about a development of some kind.

 
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Faulty parallelism -2014 - Grammar short lessons
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Faulty parallelism -2014 - Grammar short lessonsFaulty parallelism -2014 - Grammar short lessons

Correlative conjunctions should be followed by grammatical structures of the same kind. Correlative conjunctions have two parts. Examples are: both…and…, not…but…, not only…but also…, either…or, neither…nor… etc.

 
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How to write complex sentences - 2014 -
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How to write complex sentences - 2014 -How to write complex sentences - 2014 -

A complex sentence consists of one main clause and one or more subordinate clauses joined together with the help of subordinating conjunction(s).

Two clauses connected by relative pronouns or relative adverbs are also examples of complex sentences.

Writing a complex sentence is easy if you have a basic understanding of conjunctions and relative pronouns.

 
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