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Position of adverbs exercise

Different kinds of adverbs go in different positions in a clause. Adverbs of certainty, adverbs of manner and adverbs of frequency usually go in mid-position. Mid-position adverbs usually go after auxiliary verbs and am/are/is/was/were...

Phrasal verbs with back and bear | Exercise

 Complete the following sentences using an appropriate phrasal verb. 1. The thief saw the dog and ……………………. a) backed away b) backed off c) backed down d) backed out 2. Public outrage forced the...

Simple past or present perfect tense worksheet

This grammar exercise tests your ability to use the simple present and present perfect tenses correctly. Complete the following sentences using an appropriate simple past or present perfect tense. 1. I ……………………… his letter...

Phrasal verbs exercise

Complete the following sentences using an appropriate phrasal verb. 1. The boy is really ……………………….. by his parents’ divorce. a) screwed up b) scratched out c) sealed off d) set off e) shaken off...

Participles exercise

Participles are non-finite verb forms. They act as adjectives. There are two kinds of participles: present participles and past participles. The present participle form always ends in –ing. The past participle form can have...