Efel. File Test 5 - Grammar 1: Make Present Continuous Sentences And Questions. Use Contractions Where Possible.

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Efel. File Test 5 - Grammar 1: Make Present Continuous Sentences And Questions. Use Contractions Where Possible. - Quiz


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What / you / do / at the moment ?

    The given correct answer accurately rephrases the question "what / you / do / at the moment?" into a grammatically correct and more natural sentence structure: "What are you doing at the moment?" This answer maintains the same meaning and effectively communicates the question being asked.

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  • 2. 

    We / run / because it’s late 

    The given sentence is a complete sentence with a subject "we" and a verb "run". The reason for running is stated as "because it's late". The correct answer restates the sentence by using the contraction "we're" for "we are" and includes the reason for running.

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  • 3. 

    Why / Dave and his wife / argue ?

    The given answer is correct because it restates the question in a grammatically correct and coherent manner. It asks about the reason behind the argument between Dave and his wife, which aligns with the original question.

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  • 4. 

    They / not wait / for a taxi

    The given correct answer accurately reflects the sentence structure and meaning. It states that "they" are not waiting for a taxi, indicating that they are not currently in the process of waiting for a taxi. The use of the contraction "aren't" also adds clarity to the statement.

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  • 5. 

    You / use / this computer ?

    The given answer "Are you using this computer?" is correct because it is a grammatically correct and complete sentence that accurately conveys the meaning of the original question. It follows the correct word order and uses the appropriate verb tense to inquire about someone's current use of the computer.

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  • 6. 

    Paul / get dressed ?

  • 7. 

    I / not wear / a jacket today

    The given answer is the correct one because it accurately conveys the information in the original sentence. It states that the speaker is not wearing a jacket today, which matches the information given in the incomplete sentence.

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