Flashcards on English as a Second Language

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What is the difference between 'there', 'their', and 'they're'?

'There' refers to a place, 'their' is possessive, and 'they're' is a contraction for 'they are'.

What is the proper use of articles (a, an, the) in English?

Articles are used to indicate whether a noun is specific or nonspecific. 'A' and 'an' are used with nonspecific nouns, while 'the' is used with specific nouns.

What is the past tense of the verb 'go'?

The past tense of 'go' is 'went'

What is the difference between 'much' and 'many'?

'Much' is used with uncountable nouns, while 'many' is used with countable nouns.

What is the proper order of adjectives before a noun?

Adjectives are usually placed in the order of opinion, size, age, shape, color, origin, material, purpose.

What is the difference between 'do' and 'did'?

'Do' is the present tense of the verb, while 'did' is the past tense.

What is the proper way to use 'either' and 'neither'?

'Neither' is used to indicate that none of the options are correct, while 'either' is used to indicate that one of the options is correct.

What is the difference between 'to' and 'too'?

'To' is used as a preposition or infinitive marker, while 'too' is used to mean 'excessively'

What is the difference between 'few' and 'a few'?

'Few' means almost none, while 'a few' means a small number.

What is the difference between 'good' and 'well'?

'Good' is an adjective, while 'well' is an adverb.

What is the difference between 'its' and 'it's'?

'Its' is possessive, while 'it's' is a contraction for 'it is' or 'it has'.

What is the proper order of a sentence in English?

The proper order is subject-verb-object.

What is the difference between 'affect' and 'effect'?

'Affect' is a verb meaning to influence, while 'effect' is a noun meaning a result.

What is the difference between 'farther' and 'further'?

'Farther' is used to indicate physical distance, while 'further' is used to indicate metaphorical distance.

What is the difference between 'who' and 'whom'?

'Who' is used as a subject pronoun, while 'whom' is used as an object pronoun.

What is the difference between 'there', 'their', and 'they're'?

'There' refers to a place, 'their' is possessive, and 'they're' is a contraction for 'they are'.

What is the proper use of articles (a, an, the) in English?

Articles are used to indicate whether a noun is specific or nonspecific. 'A' and 'an' are used with nonspecific nouns, while 'the' is used with specific nouns.

What is the past tense of the verb 'go'?

The past tense of 'go' is 'went'

What is the difference between 'much' and 'many'?

'Much' is used with uncountable nouns, while 'many' is used with countable nouns.

What is the proper order of adjectives before a noun?

Adjectives are usually placed in the order of opinion, size, age, shape, color, origin, material, purpose.

What is the difference between 'do' and 'did'?

'Do' is the present tense of the verb, while 'did' is the past tense.

What is the proper way to use 'either' and 'neither'?

'Neither' is used to indicate that none of the options are correct, while 'either' is used to indicate that one of the options is correct.

What is the difference between 'to' and 'too'?

'To' is used as a preposition or infinitive marker, while 'too' is used to mean 'excessively'

What is the difference between 'few' and 'a few'?

'Few' means almost none, while 'a few' means a small number.

What is the difference between 'good' and 'well'?

'Good' is an adjective, while 'well' is an adverb.

What is the difference between 'its' and 'it's'?

'Its' is possessive, while 'it's' is a contraction for 'it is' or 'it has'.

What is the proper order of a sentence in English?

The proper order is subject-verb-object.

What is the difference between 'affect' and 'effect'?

'Affect' is a verb meaning to influence, while 'effect' is a noun meaning a result.

What is the difference between 'farther' and 'further'?

'Farther' is used to indicate physical distance, while 'further' is used to indicate metaphorical distance.

What is the difference between 'who' and 'whom'?

'Who' is used as a subject pronoun, while 'whom' is used as an object pronoun.

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