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10/10 Countables and Uncountable. Nice!

2 years ago

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10 out of 10! Woo Hoo!

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Tricky words in English. 14/19 (for the record, I did not use spell check or google. This was fresh and raw brain power.

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Subject Verb agreement. 12/14 second attempt. 3.) A lot of Scottish folk culture still has/have quite a strong position in the Highlands. Solution have. 13.) The states along the north-eastern coast no longer dominates/dominate the nation's cultural life. Solution dominates 

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8/10 second attempt Restrictive relative clause or not.

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Restrictive Relative Clause or Not was difficult. 6/10 first attempt.

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Another perfect score on the first try! Thanks Present, Continuous or Simple Present.

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Plural, Singular or Unaccountable. 21/23. 18.) Gymnastic/gymnastic is fun to watch. Gymnastics was the solution.
22.) Movies are/is the name of the new cinema. Is was the solution

2 years ago

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Second attempt, From Adjective to Adverb- 13/18. It would be nice if Grammar would reveal the correct answers in the end so I can see where I went wrong. I'm almost 99% sure that I selected the correct answer with no misspellings. 

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First try "From adjective to adverb", i did not do so well. 11/18

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93/100 for the Continuous Form-ing.
And the one I missed was Lie- lying. lol go figure

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Another one bites the dust. 100%

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I wanted more clarification on the Fill in the Blank have/has part, " Does he have/has to walk around looking like that? Because the subject was singular (he) I selected has, although Have sounds and feels better, I thought I ought to be sticking to my grammar rules. Have was the correct answer. 

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I've mastered knowing the difference. Let's goo..!

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