PRE – INTERMEDIATE

EXAM PRACTICE

Read the story and answer the questions below:  John lived with his mother in a rather big house, and when she died, the house became too big for him so he bought a smaller house in the next street.There was a very nice and very big old clock in his first house, and when the […]

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TEST YOUR PRE-INTERMEDIATE USE OF ENGLISH

Test Your Pre-Intermediate Grammar Level   1.      The door is knocking. I__________________answer it. (a)    Is (b)   Will (c)    Do (d)   Is going to 2.      The students _____________________wear a uniform at school. a)      Has to b)      Have to c)      Hasn’t to d)     Haven’t to 3.      Basketball_________________by students everyday in the USA. (a)    Are play

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PASSIVE VOICE

Passive Voice Usage in English In English, the passive voice is used when the doer of the action is generally unknown or when the focus is on the action and its result. If you want to mention who performed the action, you need to include the preposition “by.” Using Passive Voice in English When using

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PRESENT CONTINUOUS

Present Continuous Tense in English Present Continuous (Present Progressive): The present continuous tense is formed by using the base form of the verb + -ing, with the helping verb am/is/are. Time Expressions: now, right now, at present, at the moment, today. Examples: I am learning English now. She is doing her homework at the moment.

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SHOULD 2

Usage of ‘Should’ in Various Contexts In English, the word ‘should’ is often used to convey advice or recommendations. It can be used after certain verbs like insist, suggest, propose, and demand. For example: Additionally, ‘should’ can be strengthened when used with expressions like important, essential, significant, vital, considerable, and distinguished. For instance: ‘Should’ is

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THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

Present Perfect Tense: Usage and Time Expressions Usage: The Present Perfect tense doesn’t have a direct equivalent in Turkish. It is used sometimes for past actions, and other times for actions that have relevance to the present. In the Present Perfect tense, “have” or “has” is used along with the past participle (V3) of the

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