What’s the difference between MOST OF and MOST? Use MOST OF THE to talk about a specific group. Example sentence: Most of the children in my class are French. USE MOST to make a generalisation or to talk about the majority. Example sentence: Most children like ice-cream.
Mixed Adjectives & Adverbs – B1 Intermediate Level ING or ED? Confusing Adjectives Exercise Grammar Rules: Adjective Order in English
Multiple-Choice Exercise to practise the difference between SO & VERY Grammar Rules: SO vs VERY
Multiple Choice Exercise to practise the difference between SO & SUCH USE SO: before an adjective to make it stronger. Example: The movie was so good. USE SUCH: before a noun to make the phrase stronger. Example: It’s such a good movie. PRACTICE EXERCISE SO or SUCH (A2 / Pre-Intermediate Level) SO, VERY, SO THAT Grammar Rules
Mixed Modals of Obligation and Deduction Exercise Multiple Choice Exercise