Monday, October 15, 2012

Prepositions after particular words and expressions

October 15, 2012

Bad at He is not bad at badminton. Believe When believe means accept as true it is used without a preposition. I won’t believe a word you say. Believe in Do you believe in ghosts? Belong in / on (= have its place in / on) Those books belong on the top shelf. Belong to […]

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Collective nouns worksheet

October 15, 2012

Read the following sentences. A large crowd gathered in the street. The hungry fox saw a bunch of grapes hanging from the vine. We were attacked by a swarm of bees. Here the words crowd, bunch and swarm stand for a collection of people, a collection of grapes and a collection of bees. Nouns which […]

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