3.Mary played fetch with her hyperactive dog.a.Use the simple present tense for habitual actionsb.Use the present progressive tense for current actionc.Add "ed" to verbs for the past tensed.Every sentence must have a subject and a verb.4.Do you like tea or coffee?
5.John teaches English.a.Every sentence must have a subject and a verb.b.Add "ed" to verbs for the past tensec.Use a comma to connect two ideas as one.d.Adjectives usually come before a noun.6.John works in London.7.They were driving their car to Bangkok.8.How much money do you have?a.To show possession use an apostrophe + s for singular owners, and s +apostrophe for plural owners.b.Use much/a lot or little for uncountable nouns.c.Use many or few with countable nouns.d.In general, use the active voice in preference to the passive voice.9.Fish are eaten by cats. 10. You’re looking for your coffee.Part II. Level of acquisition of English Grammar RulesDirection: Choose the answer that will make the sentence grammatically correct. Pleaseencircle your answer.1.That monk ______ once a day.
2.John or Mary ______ coming tonight.a.amb.isc.ared.will3.I saw a nice _______ table.a.frenchb.Frenchc.twod.once4.The committee are having sandwiches for lunch. Then ______ will go to London. 5.The dog has hurt ______ leg.6.________ was nobody at the party.7.He _____ eat more if possible.a.isb.hadc.wouldd.am
- Winter '18
- Grammatical tense, Grammatical tenses, Gerund, Perfect aspect