The same form for all persons The form of should is the same for all persons: I/you/he/she/it/we/you/they should see a specialist.
must/mustn’t Use must + infinitive without to Must is a modal verb, and modal verbs are followed by infinitive without
Read the text and choose the most appropriate answer.
For the following questions (1 to 15), choose the right option.
Read the following text about child marriage in Nepal, and decide if statements 1 to 6 are true or false. Child marriage in Nepal Nepal has made important
Watch a video about Mars. For questions 1 to 6, choose the correct answer. Exercise:
go + -ing We use go + -ing verb for many sports, and also some other activities like shopping, dancing, clubbing, etc. I want to go shopping this afternoon.
Verb + to-infinitive Some verbs can be followed only by a ‘to’-infinitive: Some verbs with this pattern: verbs of thinking and feeling: decide, expect
Read a text about home design and answer the questions. For questions 1 to 7, choose the correct answer. Welcome to the home of the future The 2009 British
most We use most (without the/this/that/my/etc.) with nouns to mean ‘the majority of’ something. Most people can’t work from home. (NOT most of people)