Charming Collocation Quiz

Collocation Quiz

A collocation is a group of words that usually go together. For example, in English, we usually say ‘heavy rain’. It’s correct grammatically to say ‘strong rain’ or ‘big rain’, but both of these sound completely strange. A native English speaker would never say ‘big rain’. … Collocations are very, very important. Few Examples: Collocation Examples Deep: Deep feeling, deep … Read more Charming Collocation Quiz

Vocabulary Quiz

Vocabulary quiz

vocabulary nounpl. -·lar·ies a list of words and, often, phrases, abbreviations, inflectional forms, etc., usually arranged in alphabetical order and defined or otherwise identified, as in a dictionary or glossary all the words of a language all the words used by a particular person, socioeconomic group, profession, full active vocabulary all the words recognized and understood, … Read more Vocabulary Quiz

Magnificent Modal Verbs Quiz

Modal Verb Quiz

Modals (likewise called modular action words, modular helper action words, modular assistants) are exceptional action words which carry on unpredictably in English. They are unique in relation to typical action words like “work, play, visit…” They give extra data about the capacity of the principle action word that tails it. What Is a Modal Verb? … Read more Magnificent Modal Verbs Quiz

Prepositions of time Quiz

Prepositions of time Quiz

What is a Preposition? A Preposition indicates relationships between two nearby words (between a noun or pronoun and other parts of the sentence) in a sentence and usually appears before a noun or a pronoun. Example: Let’s meet near the shopping mall. (Near is a preposition; shopping mall is its object) Forms of Prepositions: a) Prepositions of Place tell you where something … Read more Prepositions of time Quiz