ESL-EFL Test - 95

Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles for English as a Second Language (ESL), English as a foreign language (EFL), Teaching EFL (TEFL), Test of EFL (TOEFL), English for speakers of other languages (ESOL), Teaching ESOL (TESOL), TOEIC.


1. There were _________ people there.


2. The dinner was terrible so I ________ ate a little.


3. There wasn't ________ space for everybody


4. Ever'and 'never'are adjectives.


5. I'll do it ________ it kills me.



6. There weren't _________ them.


7. He refused to admit he was wrong, ________ he was shown the evidence.


8. There weren't ________ to go round


9. They couldn't make them ________ to cope with demand


10. People say that the new law isn't ________


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Benefits of Star Anise

Star Anise vs Anise

Star anise is sometimes confused with standard anise or Pimpinella anisum or the plants are thought to be closely related. In fact anise plants are a small wispy green plant resembling dill with tiny white flowers. The plants are not closely related (though both are native to Southwest Asia) but are compared to one another because the flavoring imparted by their seeds is remarkably similar. This is because both plants contain the organic compound anethole a natural oil that flavors both these plants as well as fennel licorice and basil.

Centre and Middle - Centre

Don't Say:
Stand in the middle of the circle.

Say:
Stand in the centre of the circle.
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