Unit: Theme 01 | English exercises

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Adjectives used only in Attributive Position

Some adjectives are only used in the attributive position.

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Adjectives used only in Predicative Position

Some adjectives are only used in the predicative position.

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Attributive and Predicative Adjectives

Adjectives can be attributive or predicative, depending on their position.

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Cinema and theatrical arts: Cinema

Internationally Renowned Films; Internationally Renowned Film Directors; Internationally Renowned Actors and Actresses; The Importance of Alfred Hitchcock and His...

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For and Since with the Present Perfect

We use the prepositions for and since to locate an event in a time frame and add information about...

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Music: Classical music

Internationally renowned composers; Internationally renowned classical music performers; Internationally renowned opera singers.

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Music: Traditional and popular music

International singers and musical groups.

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Nationalities

Origin; nationality.

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No and Any

We find quantifiers such as no and any with countable and uncountable nouns.

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Non Progressive Verbs

Non progressive verbs are related to mental processes, emotional states, possession, sense perception, and some others.

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Past Participle

The past participle is a verb form which is used in the formation of many tenses. It is made...

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Past Perfect

We use the past perfect tense to talk about actions or events that took place earlier than other past...

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Personal identification: Identity documents

Official Documents; Non-official Documents; Data which is often included in Personal Identity Document.

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Personal identification: Names and surnames

Most Common Names and Surnames; Social Conventions and Behaviour.

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Present Perfect Affirmative

The present perfect is a tense used to express completed actions which have occurred in the past, are connected...

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Present Perfect Continuous

Present perfect continuous is a tense used to talk about actions and situations which started in the past and...

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Present Perfect Interrogative

The present perfect is a tense used to express completed actions which have occurred in the past, are connected...

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Present Perfect Negative

The present perfect is a tense used to express completed actions which have occurred in the past, are connected...

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Present Perfect vs Past Simple

The present perfect is used to express completed actions which have occurred in the past, but are connected to...

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Present Simple Affirmative

The present simple is the tense used to express permanent situations or events that regularly repeat or always occur.When...

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Present Simple Interrogative

The present simple is the tense used to express permanent situations or events that regularly repeat or always occur.When...

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Present Simple Negative

The present simple is the tense used to express permanent situations or events that regularly repeat or always occur.When...

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So and Such

So and such are used to emphasise feelings or opinions.

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Split Infinitives

Split infinitive is a phrase where an adverb is put between to and infinitive.

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Such

Such is used to emphasise feelings or opinions.

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There has been and There have been

We use there has/have been to talk about a situation that started in the past and lasted until the...

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There, It

There and it can be used as subjects in a sentence where there is no other subject.

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Time Adverbs with Present Perfect

Time adverbs are often used with the present perfect and function as modifiers of other elements in the clause.

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