Exercise: Adjectives

Fill in the blanks using the correct adjectives: 1. She has ______ pencils. much many 2. All are horrible, you just have to find the ______ of the worst. good better best 3. I have _____ problems than you. fewer less 4. This is the ______ moment of his career. proud prouder proudest 5. You …

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Exercise: Simple Sentences

A simple sentence follows the SVO (Subject-Verb-Object) order. It may have SV only. It has just one independent clause. It has just one subject and one predicate. It starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop (for a declarative sentence or an imperative sentence). It may also end with an exclamation mark …

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Exercise: Clauses

An independent clause (or main clause) is a clause that can stand by itself as a simple sentence. An independent clause contains a subject and a predicate and makes sense by itself. A dependent clause (or subordinate clause) is a clause that cannot stand by itself as a sentence. To stand, it has to depend …

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Exercise: Coordinating Conjunctions

Fill in the blanks with coordinating conjunctions: for/ and/ not/ but/ or/ yet/ so 1. They were exhausted ______ famished. 2. I haven't seen him ______. 3. He scored well, ______ he just missed the highest grade. 4. She remains glued to her phone, ______ hours and hours. 5. To what extent, then, after all, …

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