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Question Words: Exercise 2

By | January 30, 2015

Instruction: For each question word given, make a question based on the sentence. Example: John usually has scrambled eggs for breakfast. a. What: What does John usually have for breakfast? b. Who: Who usually has scrambled eggs for breakfast? 1. Pedestrians often throw away wastepaper on the sidewalk. a. Who b. What c. Where 2. Thirty nine students… Read More »

Few & A few: Exercise 1

By | January 25, 2015

Instruction: Read these sentences carefully. Decide whether to use few or a few. 1. Maria feels lonely. She only has … friends. 2. Maria is a new comer to this school, but she already has … friends she could hang out with. 3. The concert was a failure. Only … people bought the tickets. 4. It is six… Read More »

Many/Much & A lot of

By | January 21, 2015

Many/Much & A lot of are used as determiners. These words mean numerous or a large number of people or things. Many Many is used with plural countable nouns, e.g. houses, shirts, people, children, etc.  In everyday English, generally speaking, many is used in negative and interrogative sentences. Examples: 1. I’ve just moved to this town. I don’t… Read More »

To Build A Fire (Part 2): Listening Practice 2 (narrative)

By | January 17, 2015

The following questions are based on the story called To Build A fire from the Voice of America. You can download the Mp3 file by clicking this link To Build A fire (part 2) 1. When did the man stop for lunch? A. at 12 o’clock B. at 1 o’clock C. at 2 o’clock D. at 3 o’clock… Read More »

Surviving The Heat: Listening Practice 4 (explanation)

By | December 26, 2014

The following questions are based on the story of how to survive the heat provided by Voice of America. You can download the Mp3 file by clicking this link: How to survive the heat. 1. You can do the following things to protect yourself from extreme heat, except … . A. stay out of the sun B. drink… Read More »

Some & Any: Exercise 1

By | December 26, 2014

Instruction: Complete the following interrogative questions with any. Then, depending on what you see in your classroom, answer the questions. In your answer, you can use some or any. Remember that the word any is used in interrogative and negative sentences, while some is used in positive sentences and in questions when offering or requesting. 1. Q: Do… Read More »