Since ve For Konu Anlatımı ve Örnekler

Posted by on Mar 01, 2012 | Leave a Comment

SINCE & FOR Since and for both introduce periods of time. Since refers to the time period when something began. For is used to express the duration, or length, of the activity. Examples: We have been living in San Francisco for ten years. We have been living in San Francisco since 1996. I’ll be in Paris for a week. I’ve been in London since last Tuesday, and I’m leaving tomorrow. Expressions and idioms with... 

Grammer Test 3 – İngilizce Online Test

Posted by on Kas 29, 2011 | Leave a Comment

GRAMMAR TEST – 003 1) “How long has your husband been away now?” “Well, next Saturday he …………… for three weeks.” a. will have been     b. will be going     c. will have been going d. has gone     e. will have been gone 2) “He’s been working very hard just recently.” “So …………… ! He has an exam coming... 

Grammer Test 2 – İngilizce Online Testler

Posted by on Kas 28, 2011 | Leave a Comment

GRAMMAR TEST – 002 1) I’m simply surprised at your lack of authority on him. Why can’t you …………… him eat his dinner? a. persuade     b. ask     c. make     d. tell     e. force 2) “You took the wrong bus.” “It ………….. the wrong one. It has brought me to the right place, hasn’t it? a. must have been     b.... 

İngilizce WORKSHEET TO BE İngilizce Çalışma

Posted by on Kas 27, 2011 | Leave a Comment

WORKSHEET  1 SUBJECT : Subject Pronouns and Verb “ To Be “ A) Fill in the blanks using “HE, SHE, IT, WE, THEY”: cat and horse………… Mary…………… Tom …………… Jack and I ………….. books …………. sister …………. You and Dave ……….. plane …………. sunshine ………. cheese ……………… cactus ………… parents ………….. Pamela ……………… news... 

Grammer Test 1 – İngilizce Online Test

Posted by on Kas 27, 2011 | Leave a Comment

GRAMMAR TEST – 001 1) Oh, I’m exhausted. ………….. you give me a hand with this heavy box and help me carry it upstairs? a. Please     b. Should     c. If     d. Do     e. Would 2) Let’s forget all about it for the time being, ………….. . a. won’t we     b. will we     c. don’t we     d. shall we     e. do we 3) “Now,...