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Noun clause worksheet

Each sentence given below contains a noun clause. Complete that noun clause with an appropriate conjunction or another connecting word. 1. ——————- you have come pleases me. a) That b) What c) How 2....

Tenses exercise | Intermediate level

Complete the following sentences using appropriate verb forms. 1. I —————– (know) that he would reject my offer. 2. She said nothing when I ——————- (ask) her what her problem —————– (be) 3. They...

Present perfect tense worksheet

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate present perfect tense form. 1. I ——————— anything more from her. a) haven’t heard b) didn’t hear c) haven’t hear 2. She ———————- rude to anyone. a)...

Vocabulary exercise for intermediate students

Complete the following sentences. 1. The accused insisted that his hands were —————- a) washed b) filthy c) injured d) clean 2. Is it wise to —————– the judiciary with more powers? a) arm...

Vocabulary exercise

Complete the following sentences. 1. Boswell’s ‘Life of Samuel Johnson’ is perhaps the greatest —————— ever written. a) novel b) biography c) autobiography d) fiction 2. A light drizzle —————- to the humidity. a)...

Body idioms

A large number of idioms are formed with the names of body parts. Here is a list of them. Best foot forward To put your best foot forward is to do your very best...

Idioms you must know

This lesson deals with the most common idioms in English. Each idiom is followed by its definition or meaning and example sentences. I couldn’t agree with you more = I entirely agree with you...

Animal idioms

Here are some animal idioms. Each expression is followed by its meaning or definition. Example sentences are also given. To be a chicken / to be chicken livered If you are a chicken you...

Money idioms

Here is a list of common money idioms. Put your money where your mouth is This expression is used to suggest that one should practice what one preaches. All those billionaires who talk about...