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It describes actions that are happening right now.

Present continuous or progressive

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Vocabulary:

The comparative and superlative form of bad.

worse and worst

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Dan ________ his great grandmother for a few years. She died when he was eight. 

                      (knew, has known)

knew

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Grammar:

Choose the correct PRONOUN form:

Please tell me where I can find (your / you're / yours) notebook. 

your (possessive pronoun)

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Vocabulary:

What tense is this sentence?"

She'll study Medicine in Oxford university.

Future

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Shannon ________ such a beautiful beach before she went to Kauai.

    (has never seen, had never seen)

had never seen

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Grammar (passive voice simple present):

People produce cars in this factory.

Cars (were produced/are produced) in this factory (by them / by people).

are produced / by people

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Grammar (tense)

What is the tense of this sentence?:

By this time next week, he will have been travelling around Africa for six months! 

future

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Grammar

What is the ADVERB in this sentence?

He ran quickly away from the fire.

quickly

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Grammar (modals):

You (should / must) arrive at school on time!

must (imperative)

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Grammar (modals):

You (could / should) go to the hospital if you have a fever for more than 24 hours.

should (advice)

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The team _______ two games already. They are doing well!

    (has won, has been winning)

has won

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Grammar

What is the ADJECTIVE in this sentence?

They took the most beautiful photos of their holiday in Spain.

beautiful

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I _______ Hana for three years. We still meet once a month.

                   (knew, have known)

have known

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They ________ basketball since they met at summer camp.

          (played, have played)

What is have played

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Vocabulary:

Alice is multilingual and speaks Korean, Spanish, and English. What does 'multilingual' mean? 

Able to speak many languages

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Grammar

What is the PRONOUN in this sentence?

The museum has updated its sculpture and portrait collections.

its (possessive pronoun)

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They don't eat vegetables. They _______ them since they were kids.

       (have hated, have been hating)

have hated

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Grammar

What is the tense in this sentence?

She's my best friend. 

Simple present

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Grammar 

The comparative and superlative form of good.


better and well

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Grammar (modals):

I (have to / should) go to the dentist tomorrow morning at 10:00.

have to (obligation)

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Grammar (tense):

What tense is this sentence?

We've been here for an hour.

present perfect

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Grammar (tense):

What tense is this sentence?

She was shopping for clothes all day yesterday.

past progressive

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In the following sentence, which verb is incorrect?

My friend is crazy. At lunch, she danced in front of the whole cafeteria, and it is so funny to see people’s reactions.

is

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Grammar (tense)

What is the tense of this sentence?:

She is completing math homework. 

present progressive

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Grammar:

Change into passive

The teacher graded many tests yesterday.

Many tests were graded yesterday by the teacher.

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Grammar

What is the conjunction used in this sentence? 

Although it was raining during our vacation, we still had fun. 

Although

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Grammar:

What is the adjective used in the sentence? 

When I looked out the window, I noticed it was a dreary day. 

Dreary

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Grammar:

What are the two verbs in the sentence? 

When Jake saw the cute puppy available for adoption, he called the organization right away. 


Saw, called

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In the following sentence, which verb is used incorrectly?

On the way to school this morning, we saw a baby bird on the ground. The baby bird was crying for its mother. We wanted to help but we don't know what to do.

don't

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It is the substitute for nouns.

pronoun

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It describes a noun and a pronoun.

Adjective

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What verb mood is used to ask a question?

Example:  What is your favorite subject?

interrogative

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What verb mood expresses a command or gives an order?

Example:  Take out the trash.

imperative

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My parents ... a car last month. (buy)

BOUGHT 

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Modal verb used to give advice

Should, Ought to 

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