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IELTS Grammar Exercise

Modal verbs: possibility We use must, may, might, could, couldn’t and can’t when there is some evidence, information or belief that something is probably or possibly true (or not true). The modal verb we choose depends on the strength of the evidence we have to support our ideas. very likely: must possible: might, may, could, may not, might not very unlikely: can’t, couldn’t Here is a model answer. Complete it with…

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5 Grammar Rules that every test taker must know

Exams such as the GMAT, SAT and CAT can be quite tricky in the way they test English Grammar Rules in their Verbal Ability Sections. The fact is that some English grammar rules can be un-intuitive and misused frequently by even proficient users of the language. Tests such as the GMAT and SAT quite cleverly…

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