Category: Grammar

FOCUS ON: phrasal verbs and the adverb back

FOCUS ON: phrasal verbs and the adverb back
The adverb back is sometimes used with phrasal
verbs to mean again. The follow ­ing
sentences have the same meaning:
We got together again. We got back
together.
Back is
always placed directly before the particle. When back is used with separa ­ble
phra

Noun clauses

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Noun clauses
Noun clauses
are very often introduced by that and
are therefore often called that-clauses. However, not all noun
clauses are that-clauses.
343         
Noun clauses (that-clauses) as subject of a sentence
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Sentences
with noun claus

CONTENTS of Structure Drills

CONTENTS of Structure
Drills
Auxiliary
Verbs
‚ĄĖ
Structure Drills
Page
1
Short answers Yes, I was.
1
2
Short answers I can but To, can’t.
2
3
Negative additions to negative statements
Neither could Tom.
3
4
Affirmative additions to affirmative
statements So is Bill.
4
5
Affirmative additions to neg

1worksheet

Name
_____________________________________
Wednesday, the 14th of May, 2008
a III- a
1. Find the words:
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Past Tense Continuous

Past Tense Continuous
Exprima o actiune in desfasurare , incheiata care a avut loc intr-un moment trecut.
Se foloseste
cu: * at this
time
** at
X o’clock
Este echivalent cu imperfectul din romana.
Past Simple Past Continuous
am dormit

Why characters

Why characters?
Why Chinese writing has not been
replaced by some kind of alphabetic system yet, limiting the use of characters
to the art of calligraphy? The reason why Chinese-speakers still use a writing
system where one is forced to memorize thousands of symbols is not merely a
tribute to their

FOCUS ON: phrasal verbs with the particle out

FOCUSON: phrasal verbs with the
particle out
The
particle out is used in
many phrasal verbs and has many meanings. Among the most frequent meanings of out are to say that something or someone literally moves
from the inside to the outside of a place:
He fell out of a tree.
Melanie came out of the h