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3. partly sunny
15. clear sky
Phrasal Verbs with Go
than vs. then
your vs. you’re
farther vs. further
its vs. it’s
later vs. latter
everyday vs. every day
Commonly Confused Words
Demonstrative Pronouns are words that point to specific things. If they point to a particular noun, we use this or that. If they point to nouns in plural, we use these or those. Look at the chart for a better clarification. The same words are used as demonstrative adjectives if they change nouns or pronouns.
Examples of demonstrative pronouns:
- These are my favourite pies.
- That is something that bothers me a lot.
- Those are the things you need to think about.
Examples of demonstrative adjectives:
- This apple (n.) is excellent!
- That boy (n.) is very rude.
- Those people (n.) will attend the meeting.
|Is||he? she? it?|
|Are||we? you? they?|
- Are you students?
- Is he an engineer?
- Are you ok?
- Is there a post office in the village?
- Are police officers at the scene?
- Why are you still here?
- Where is the nearest shop?
- How much is this pencil?
- How much money is on the table?
Quiz – Verb to BE- questions
|I||am not||(I’m not)|
|He She It||is not||(He isn’t)|
|We You They||are not||(We aren’t) |
- I‘m not a student.
- He isn’t a policeman.
- Susan isn’t outside.
- They aren’t my parents.
- Pete isn’t interested in politics.
- It isn’t warm today.
- You aren’t alone.
Quiz -The verb to BE- negative form
Choose the right option: