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?]
I have an exam tomorrow and everyone's telling me that I'm totally prepared, that I know the material so well that I could teach the class. I am still very stressed. I've studied incredibly hard, but I don't feel ready. I don't
1. Alice (is studying) hard for an exam. 2. Alice ( is *doing*) hard for an exam. Thank you for your help. The correct words for the blank in Sentence 1 (in the reading text) is 'is studying'. However, a student wrote 'is doing'
English posted by rfvv today at 1:31am. 1. Team one, come up here. Are you ready? Go! 2. Team one, come to the front. Who is the movie director? You should say, "Ready? Let's go." Then act in the play. 3. Come up here, members of
we need some help.We write tomorrow an exam-sentence patterns.we have already written 3 times this exam but we cannot pass.it is too complicated.we get a sentence which has 3 lines it is very hard to understand a sentence at
Hello. I will be grateful for some grammar help. 1)Which tense is correct in the context: "they will get the documents ready by Friday" or "they will have got the documents ready by Friday"? Are both structures possible? 2)Is it
1. Because Tom got ready for the game, he got up early. 2. Getting ready for the game, he got up early. (Does #1 grammatical? What about #2? Are both the same if they are grammatical?) 3. He ran away seeing me. 3-1. He ran away
1. I got up early getting ready for the game. 2. I got up early while I was getting ready for the game. (Is #1 grammatical? Does #2 mean #1?) 3. I helped my friends with teaching them math. (What about this one? Is this also
1. You grew so much the last few days. 1-1. You grew so much for the last few days. (Was 'for' omitted in #1? Are both OK?) 2. I am ready to go abroad. I am ready for going abroad. I am ready for the trip. I am ready for soccer. I
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