Proofreading 4

KumarYash 2018-10-13 03:43:53
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This is a proofreading exercise for levels grade 4 and above. There are no suggested answers for this but it is relatively easy to mark because most of the mistakes are grammatical errors or spelling.

The present printable, downloadable handout was created for at Elementary (A1) and Intermediate (B1) level. It is great for revising Adjectives, Adjectives with –ed or -ing, Adjectives: Order of adjectives, Adverbs, Adverbs of degree, Adverbs of frequency, Adverbs of manner, Adverbs of place, Adverbs of time, Adverbs: Intensifiers, Adverbs: Order of adverbs, Apostrophe S, Articles, Articles: definite articles (the), Articles: indefinite articles (a/an), Articles: zero article, Backshift in time (e.g. WILL/WOULD), BE (auxiliary verb), BE + infinitive structures (e.g. he was to become famous), BE ABLE TO, BE: WAS or WERE, CAN, CAN or BE ABLE TO, CAN or COULD, Causative, Clauses of contrast (e.g. although, while), Clauses of purpose (e.g. in order to, so that, so as to), Clauses of reason (e.g. because, because of, due to, as, since), Clauses of result (e.g. so), Commands (imperatives), Comparison (comparative and superlative), Comparison: Comparative adjectives and structures, Comparison: Superlative adjectives and structures, Comparisons: AS or THAN, Conditional 0 (zero), Conditional 1 (first conditional), Conditional 2 (second conditional) - would, Conditional 3 (third conditional), Conditionals, Conditionals - I wish / If only, Conditionals - Mixed conditionals, Conditionals: Conditional phrases (e.g. unless, provided that, as long as), Conjunctions (aka connectives, e.g. and, but, or, so, then), Contractions (shortened forms, e.g. don't, aren't, etc.), Countable and uncountable nouns, Determiners (words that can come before nouns), DO or DOES, FEW or A FEW, LITTLE or A LITTLE, Figures of speech, metaphors, metonyms, Formal and informal English (politeness or colloquial language), Future continuous tense: (will be V+ing), Future perfect continuous (progressive) tense, Future perfect simple and continuous (progressive) tense, Future perfect simple tense, Future phrases (e.g. be about to, bound to, likely to, due to, set to + INF), Future simple vs future continuous, Future tenses, Gerunds, Gerunds and Infinitives, Gerunds: Perfect gerund, Infinitive structures, Infinitive: Bare infinitive, Infinitive: Perfect infinitive, Infinitive: Progressive infinitive, Infinitive: Split infinitive, Irregular verbs, Linking verbs (aka copulas, e.g. I am a student), MAY or MIGHT, Modals, MUCH or MANY and MUST or HAVE TO (obligation) in English, and is excellent for improving your students' Writing skills.
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Upload date: 2018-10-13 03:43:53

Author: KumarYash

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KumarYash is from/lives in Hong Kong and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2017-09-24 08:25:00. KumarYash last logged in on 2019-11-02 15:05:35, and has shared 5 resources on iSLCollective so far.

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