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Complete the sentence:
I’m always happy ______ the morning _______ Saturdays.
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Choose the best WH word to complete the question:
________ is Dave sad? Because Sarah is dating another guy.
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Choose the best option to complete the sentence:
Sarah ____ dinner, her father ____ the dishes and her brothers ____ the dessert.
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Classify the modal verbs:
I. I can sing very well.
II. In the evenings, children could watch TV.
III. Can I go to the party, mom?
IV. We couldn’t go out alone when we were teenagers.
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Choose the correct answer:
She _______ 23 years old.
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“Where _______ you _______ last weekend?”
“I ________ to my parent’s house.”
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“__________ you drink at the party yesterday?”
“Only soda, mom.”
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I. It couldn’t have been Jake because he’s in Brazil.
II. You shouldn’t have done this.
III. Someone might have already told his father.
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Choose the best option to complete the sentences:
Jake _______ the guitar when his dad came home.
They _________ dinner when the police knocked on the door.
We ________ when my mom came from work.
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“________ you already ________ to US?”
“No, I _______ never ________ there.”
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Look at the groups bellow and choose the one with only uncountable nouns:
I. Bread, orange, soup, potatoes.
II. Grapes, butter, seafood, water.
III. Rice, juice, coffee, cheese.
IV. Salt, fries, cereal, cookies.
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My ________ name is Sarah.
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Select the best option to complete the sentences.
You were late. _____ you lost the trailers.
_____ the odds, they won the game.
I don’t like this store ______ of its owner.
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Choose the best option to complete each sentence.
We don’t have ___ to help us.
I can see ___ entering the building.
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This ice cream is ___ good.
Your clothes are ____ expensive.
You are ____ loyal friend.
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I ________ the new Disney movie five times.
He ______ with her since 2003.
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Which sentences are correct?
I – She musts memorize the rules.
II – We should travel to Mexico.
III – I can leave my bag here?
IV – They couldn’t come to the wedding.
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Choose the option that shows the passive voice of the following sentence.
The ball broke the window.
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Select the best option to complete the sentence.
She __________ for 3 hours when we arrived at the station.
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If I study every day, I _____ my exams.
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Select the best option to complete each sentence.
The theater is really empty. ___ people came today.
We can afford the tickets, I have ___ money here.
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Choose the best option to complete the sentence.
They talked to the man _____ wallet was missing.
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Select the option that shows the following sentences in the reported speech.
Paul: My friend lives here!
Mary: I have been here before.
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I – When they move to London, they will had been living here for 10 years.
II – When we finish this chapter, we will have been studying for 4 hours.
III – By the time he arrives, we will have cooked dinner.
IV – By midnight, I will been leaving this house.
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Look at the following sentences and choose the one that represents a very common English grammar mistake.
I. Did you make your bed this morning?
II. Me and John went out together.
III. Have you already gone to your grandma’s house this month?
IV. I want to go to the USA.
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If he wasn’t afraid of bats, he would______ around the trees at night.
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Select the best options to complete the sentences.
Julia is looking ___ her younger brother.
They called ____ the wedding.
She turned the job ____.
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For Halloween, we’ll be dressing ___ as Mario and Princess Peach.
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Choose the best option to complete the sentences.
I really like ________ (go out) with you.
She expects _________ (see) you at her birthday party.
Don’t give up _________ (do) exercises. It’s good for you.
He can’t help _________ (be) in love with you.
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What is the meaning of this idiom?
It rings a bell.
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