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    A= adjective B= adverb C= auxiliary verb D= conjunction E= definite article F= determiner G= indefinite article
    H= gerund J= modal verb L= personal pronoun M = preposition N= superlative adjective

    From this sentence I have to label all the words A to N and distinguish between general determiners and the definite and indefinite articles.

    Many people think that grammar is boring, but when you understand how language works, it can become one of the most interesting things you can study.
    1 Many F 15 it
    2 People 16 can
    3 think 17 become
    4 that 18 0ne
    5 grammar 19 of
    6 is 20 most
    7 boring 21 interesting
    8 but 22 things
    9 when 23 you
    10 you 24 can 11understand 25 study
    12 show
    13 language
    14 works

    This sentence to do the same.
    Students of grammar are usually good teachers and often enjoy working hard for long hours. A to N

    Which of the following sentences use the infinitive form of the verb (A) and which don’t (B)

    1. I went Japan for three and a half years.
    2. I eat sushi every time I got to Japan.
    3. I prefer to get to work early.
    4. I like to do something different every year.
    5. I listen to music every day.
    6. What do you want to do when you graduate?
    7. I play squash every week.
    8. I like to play squash every week.
    9. I like playing squash.
    10. To boldly go where no man has gone before.

    Present conditional (A) first conditional (B) second (C) third (D)

    1. If I knew where he lived, I’d visit him.
    2. If you heat water to 100 Celsius it boils.
    3. If you go out alone at night, you will get into trouble.
    4. If I had studied Spanish last year, you would have been fluent by now.
    5. If I eat chocolate all the time, I get fat.
    6. If I were you, I’d buy the red dress.
    7. If she had looked where she was going, she wouldn’t have had an accident.
    8. If you come to the party tonight, you’ll meet Tom.
    9. If you build it, he will come.
    10. If I were you, I wouldn’t touch that.
    I have done some answers for these but it’s a lot to type out. Can you help please if you need more credits please say.

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    1 Many F 15 it
    2 People 16 can
    3 think 17 become
    4 that D 18 0ne F
    5 grammar 19 of M
    6 is 20 most N
    7 boring H 21 interesting A
    8 but D 22 things
    9 when B 23 you ...

    Solution Summary

    A= adjective B= adverb C= auxiliary verb D= conjunction E= definite article F= determiner G= indefinite article
    H= gerund J= modal verb L= personal pronoun M = preposition N= superlative adjective

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