In this exercise you are supposed to fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions of movement.
Here is another exercise on Present Perfect Continuous:
WOULD RATHER - EXERCISE would.rather Read more
- Do we have to use the exact grammar we learn in the books? Not really. Actually, probably most English teachers would answer the same. However in the schools many teachers insist on one correct rule, this is a way of making the students feel more secure about the subject that is being covered at that time in the class, Read more
WHOEVER / WHOMEVER: any person WHEREVER: any place HOWEVER: any way (manner) WHENEVER (any time) WHICHEVER / WHATEVER (any thing) Note: You use “which” when you have limited choices, but in “what” you don’t have a limit. Examples: Well, it doesn’t matter. You can give these letters to Read more
1st first 2nd second 3rd third 4th fourth 5th fifth 6th sixth 7th seventh 8th eighth 9th ninth 10th tenth May is the fifth month of the year. 11th eleventh 12th twelfth 13th thirteenth 14th fourteenth 15th fifteenth 16th sixteenth 17th seventeenth 18th eighteenth 19th Read more
Talking about war He was killed in friendly fire: He was accidentally killed by his own side. There were several civilian casualities: Several innocent members of the public were injured or killed. There was collateral damage: Buildings were destroyed as an indirect result of the operation. Behaviour/lifestyles It Read more
Simple Present Tense Simple present tense is used to tell about the actions that usually happen or the things we do habitually. Functions: Talking about permanent situations The things that happen time and time again For the scheduled plans Sentence form: In positive sentences, there is no auxiliary verb. Read more