Vocabulary
Superlatives
Frequency Adverbs
I'd like
(Complete the Sentence)
Can/Could
100

liked by many people

popular

100

big

the biggest

100

(Fix the mistake)  I go always to Starbucks after class.

I always go to Starbucks after class.

100

I like coffee. = I _____ coffee.

I enjoy coffee.

100

Could you tell me where the library is?  (Permission/Request/Ability?)

Request

200

not noisy; making little sound

quiet

200

beautiful

the most beautiful

200

(Fix the mistake)  They are rarely eat fast food.

They rarely eat fast food.

200

I'd like coffee. = I _____ coffee.

I want coffee.

200

Can I borrow your pen?  (Permission/Request/Ability?)

Permission

300

something to make you feel better when you are sick

medicine

300

busy

the busiest

300

(Fix the mistake)  You usually read sometimes the newspaper.

You usually/sometimes read the newspaper.  (Choose only one.)

300

Would you like a coffee?

No, _____.

No, thank you.  OR  No, I wouldn't.

300

Can you go sailing in Seattle.  (Permission/Request/Ability?)

Ability

400

the way of living and habits of a group of people

culture

400

lucky

the luckiest

400

(Fix the mistake)  He visits often the museum.

He often visits the museum.

400

Would you like some coffee?

Yes, _____.

Yes, please.  OR  Yes, I would.

400

(Fix the Mistake)  Can you swimming in Bora Bora?

Can you swim in Bora Bora?

500

not normal; different

unusual

500

modern

the most modern

500

(Fix the mistake)  Julia never is late for class!

Julia is never late for class!

500

What would you like?

I _____ coffee.

I'd like coffee.

500

(Fix the Mistake)  You could tell me about your hometown?

Could you tell me about your hometown?

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