correct the mistakes
Fix the mistake in each of the sentences: I can’t choose among the red one or the blue one. Jimmy wakes up at 5:30 all mornings–I don’t know how he does it! Believe me, that new Adam Sandler movie is not worth to watch. I don’t like chocolate. That’s because I always get flan for […]
Correct the mistakes in these sentences:
Yesterday, I said Mary that I we really need to buy a new car
I was thinking to go and visit my aunts for the holidays.
The most of New Yorkers will be at Times Square for New Year’s.
People has to use public transport more—that way, there’s more room on the freeway for me!
The most part of Adele’s songs are really depressing.
Choose the correct form of the verb.
It was / has been six years since I last saw / have last seen you, Daria—how are you?
Phillip worked /has worked in the company from 1999 until 2007.
I spent /have spent August lying on a beach in Cadiz. Now I’m spending January in the rain!
Barbara made / has made some carrot cake last night—would you like to try some?
Who told / has told you my news? I wanted it to be a surprise!