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MIXED TENSES EXERCISES + KEY Review of Mixed Tenses Exercise and Answer KeyExercise Quality: The exercise comprises eight sentences with varied tenses, engaging students in practical verb form application.Clear Instructions: Concise guidance ensures students understand which tense to use in each sentence.Tense Variety: The exercise covers present, past, and future tenses, offering comprehensive practice in … Read more


Worksheet Review: Mixed Tenses Exercices Content: The worksheet covers various English tenses, including present simple, present continuous, past simple, past continuous, present perfect, past perfect, future simple, and future continuous. It includes ten sentences with blanks where students must fill in the correct verb form based on the tense provided in brackets. Clarity and Instructions: … Read more

Compound Nouns

Compound Nouns Formation of Compound Nouns by juxtaposition No grammatical link exists between the two elements. However, the determiner, acting as an adjective, precedes the determined noun and remains invariable in the singular. a) Noun + noun race-horse; horse-race; tooth-brush; foot-warmer. In goods-train, newspaper, savings-bank, the determiner, having no singular form, retains the plural marking. … Read more


Origin: English nouns can be either pure roots, Saxon (horse), French (age), or Latin (genus), or words formed by adding classical or Saxon prefixes and suffixes, or compound names, or verbal nouns. Verbal Nouns: The ending -ing added to a verb forms a gerund or verbal noun. (§ 230) Example: To read, reading; to cross, … Read more

The Definite Article

The Definite Article Pronunciation of the definite article: a) “The” is pronounced everywhere “I ðə I” would be used (§ 4). For example: “the man,” “the waiter,” “the young animal,” “the uniform,” “the ewe,” “the hero.” b) “The” is pronounced as “I ði I” everywhere “an” would be used (§ 5). For example: “the animal,” … Read more

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