Easy English Grammar Learning-Homophones 11
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1. aloud. 2. genes. 3. farther. 4. tied. 5. piece. 6. sea. 7. whether. 8. ewe. 9.poor, pore. 10. nun. 11. here. 12. flaw. 13. buy. 14. serial. 15. vain.
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1. d) 2. b) 3. a) 4. d) 5. c) 6. c) 7. a) 8. d) 9. b) 10. d) 11. c) 12. d) 13. c) 14. b) 15. a) 16. b) 17. d) 18. b) 19. a) 20. c)
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Easy English grammar learning;
If…… = Then…..
Results depend on condition
It is about real and possible things happening.
About the future.
It is about impossible things happening or unreal things.
About the present.
About the past.
It is about real and true things happening, like facts for example.
First cond = ‘if+present’ – ‘will’.
Example; ‘If it rains, I will get wet.’
Second cond= ‘if+past’ – ‘would’.
Example; ‘If he came, I would explain to him.’
Third cond = if+past perfect’ – ‘would have’.
Example; ‘If you had taken your medicine, you would have a healthy body.’
The ‘if’ clause is the conditional clause. The other is the main clause or the result, (will, would, would have).
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The use of ‘Let’.
Let can be used as a noun. For example, a ‘holiday let’.
Let as a verb, refers to something, that an individual would be willing to do.
It is used for permission to do something, or allowing something.
It is also used to make a suggestion like ‘let us make this or that’.
It is also used to make something possible. For example, ‘If you use your money right, it will let you buy something nice.’
Let indicates, something to happen.
Let is a verb, which causes results.