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Fill in the blanks. Answers The hall is large enough to seat all guests. The bananas are ripe enough to be eaten. We haven’t got… Continue reading Source link
Fill in the blanks. Answers There was too much noise for me to work. Sahara is so dry that people cannot live there. He is… Continue reading Source link
Fill in the blanks with much or many. Answers Much time is needed to complete that project. There weren’t many students in the class. I… Continue reading Source link
Sentences are given in the active voice. Change them into passive voice. Answers They are cleaning the room. / The room is being cleaned by… Continue reading Source link
Large and small businesses alike struggle with poor internal communication. In fact, as many as 86% of working professionals cite it as a primary cause of workplace failures.  Improving communication within your company can directly increase workflow efficiency as...
If you grew up attending American schools, at some point you probably received the advice to “write in the active voice.” Although English instructors tend to hold passive-voice statements in lesser esteem, many English...
Fill in the blanks with an appropriate positive, comparative or superlative adjective. 1. This is …………………………. than that. Correct! Wrong! Use a comparative adjective before than. 2. She is ………………………….. than you. intelligent more intelligent most intelligent 3. He is the …………………………. boy...
A phrase is a small group of words that communicates a concept but isn’t a full sentence. You use phrases in your writing and your speech every day. There are lots of different kinds of phrases, some of...
A simple sentence contains only one independent clause.An independent clause is a group of words that has a subject and a verb and can stand alone as a complete thought. These kinds of sentences have only one independent...
Improving and fortifying your employees’ business vocabulary is a critical yet ambitious goal.  Every message sent can strengthen or weaken a business partnership or risk the loss of a customer relationship. So, getting all employees—both seasoned and new—up to...
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