English Grammar

1. You should read problem books to pass the test.
2. I watch TV on the sofa leaning against the back of the sofa.
3.You should make your Father shoes shined.
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Are the three sentences all grammatical?

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  1. 1. What are "problem books"?

    2. Delete "on the sofa."

    3. "You should shine your father's shoes." OR "You should make your father's shoes shine!"

    Questions?

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  2. 1. You should read reference books to pass the test.
    2. I watch TV leaning against the back of the sofa.
    3. You should make your father's shoes shined.

    Thank you, Writeacher. I corrected my sentences. Do they look correct now?

    What is the English words for the books which has many test problems which were used for taking tests?

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  3. In sentence 3, it should be "shine" not "shined."

    Those books could be test-prep books, textbooks, or reference books, as you said.

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  4. I would suggest that you use - Leaning back against the sofa, I watch the TV.

    This indicates that it is you leaning against the sofa, not the TV.

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