Unit: Unit 8.2 | English exercises

B1 - Unit 8.2

Another vs Other vs The other

Another, other and the other look similar but they have differences in meaning.

B2 - Unit 8.2

Changes of Modal Verbs in Reported Speech

Some modals in reported speech also shift back in time just like tenses do.

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Changes of Pronouns in Reported Speech

While using reported speech, we change the first person pronouns according to the subject of the reporting verb.

A1 - Unit 8.2

Comparisons with Adjectives and Adverbs

The comparison of adjectives and adverbs is used to compare things, people or actions, expressing the equalities or inequalities...

B1 - Unit 8.2

Each other and One other

We use the reciprocal pronouns each other and one other to refer to subjects that are related.

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Irregular Comparatives and Superlatives

There are some adjectives and adverbs with irregular comparative and superlative.bad (adj.); badly (adv.); worse; the worst

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May: Modals of Possibility

May is a type of auxiliary modal verb used to express the possibility for something to happen and also...

B1 - Unit 8.2

No vs Not

No and not convey a negative meaning for clauses, words and expressions.

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One and Ones

One and ones are replacing words that are used to avoid repetition.

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Questions in Reported Speech

Questions in reported speech don’t have inverted order, we use the normal word order.

A2 - Unit 8.2

So that vs So … that

So that and so…that are two different, though similar, constructions which express different things.So that highlights the consequences of...

A1 - Unit 8.2

Superlative of Adjectives and Adverbs

The superlative adjectives/adverbs are used to make a comparison between things, people or actions, expressing the superiority of one...

A2 - Unit 8.2