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Common uncountable nouns There are 10 questions in this quiz. Complete these sentences using comparatives.   Start Quiz Question Your answer: Correct answer: Next You got {{SCORE_CORRECT}} out of {{SCORE_TOTAL}} Your Answers Show explanation Uncountable Nouns Use:        Some nouns are countable – you can count them. These include: apples, books, cars, trees Some nouns are
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Going to There are 10 questions in this quiz. Complete these sentences using comparatives.   Start Quiz Question Your answer: Correct answer: Next You got {{SCORE_CORRECT}} out of {{SCORE_TOTAL}} Your Answers Show explanation be going to Use:  Use be going to to talk about your personal plans for the future. I’m going to see my sister at
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Superlatives There are 10 questions in this quiz. Complete these sentences using comparatives. Start Quiz Question Your answer: Correct answer: Next You got {{SCORE_CORRECT}} out of {{SCORE_TOTAL}} Your Answers Show explanation Superlatives Use:  Use the superlative form to describe something that is greater than any other thing. The Amazon is the longest river in the
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Comparatives There are 10 questions in this quiz. Read the grammar explanation below.   Start Quiz Question Your answer: Correct answer: Next You got {{SCORE_CORRECT}} out of {{SCORE_TOTAL}} Your Answers Show explanation Comparatives Use:  Use the comparative form to talk about how two things are different. I am taller than you. This book is thicker
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Adverbs of frequency There are 10 questions in this quiz. Read the grammar explanation below. Start Quiz Question Your answer: Correct answer: Next You got {{SCORE_CORRECT}} out of {{SCORE_TOTAL}} Your Answers Show explanation Adverbial phrases of frequency, time and place   Use:  An adverbial phrase is a group of words which always go together. they