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She gets ready hard for an exam.

[Is this sentence grammatical?]

asked by rfvv
  1. No.

    She studies hard for an exam.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you.
    1. She is ready for an exam. [Is this right?]
    2. She is ready hard for an exam.
    [What about this sentence?]

    posted by rfvv
  3. 3. She (is) (studying) hard for an exam. [Right Answer: two points:They are asked to use the present continuous tense.]
    4. She (gets) (ready) hard for an exam. [Do you give partial points for this sentence?]
    5. She (is) (ready) hard for an exam. [Do you give partial points for this sentence?]

    posted by rfvv
  4. 1. Correct
    2. no

    4. No. Hard does not belong in either this or sentence 5.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. Ok. Thank you. Then, what adverbs can we use to emphasize in the sentences instead of 'hard'?

    posted by rfvv
  6. She studies hard.
    She works intensely to get ready for the exam.
    She put in many hours to prepare for the exam.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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