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Find the missing word

In each of the following sentences one word is missing. Find the missing word and indicate its position by writing the word that comes before and after it. 1. His suits are made of...

Which, what or who | Grammar exercise

There is hardly any difference between which and what. They are often both possible with more or less the same meaning. Which/what is the largest island in the world? Which/what is your favourite colour?...

Good or well | Grammar exercise

These words are often confused. Good is an adjective. It is used to modify a noun. Well is an adverb. It is used to modify a verb. Complete the following sentences using good or...

Abysmal

Abysmal (uh BIZ mul) (Adjective) An abyss is a bottomless pit. Abysmal means hopeless or wretched. Abysmal despair is despair so deep that no hope seems possible. The company’s financial problem is abysmal; they...

Abstract and abstruse

Abstract (AB strakt) (Adjective) Abstract means theoretical or impersonal. When you like something in the abstract, you like the idea of it. I liked oysters in the abstract, but when I actually ate one,...

Abstinent

Abstinent (AB stuh nunt) When you are abstinent, you stop doing something voluntarily. This could be a harmful habit like smoking. A smoker enjoys smoking, but it is bad for him so his doctor...