For each of the following questions, choose letter A-F of the grammatical term
that describes each of the underlined words...
Preview Task1.B
In the sentence:
We couldn’t buy anything because none of the shops were open.
none is an adjective that d...
EXAMPLE SENTENCE
2 I couldn’t sleep in spite of being
exhausted!
GRAMMATICAL TERMS
A relative pronoun
B superlative adject...
In the sentence:
I couldn’t sleep in spite of being exhausted.
in spite of is a conjunction that links the dependent claus...
EXAMPLE SENTENCE
3 The boy handed in the homework that
was due yesterday.
GRAMMATICAL TERMS
A relative pronoun
B superlati...
In the sentence:
The boy handed in the homework that was due yesterday.
that is a relative pronoun that connects an adject...
EXAMPLE SENTENCES
4 That was the best movie I’ve ever
seen!
GRAMMATICAL TERMS
A relative pronoun
B superlative adjective
C...
In the sentence:
That was the best movie I’ve ever seen!
best is a superlative adjective that describes the degree of a no...
EXAMPLE SENTENCES
5 He’s lived here since he was born.
GRAMMATICAL TERMS
A relative pronoun
B superlative adjective
C dete...
In the sentence:
He’s lived here since he was born.
He’s lived is the present perfect tense because it indicates an action...
On the grammar part of the Module 1 exam, you can expect questions
that will test your knowledge of:
The parts of speech a...
ONCE YOU ARE READY,
CONTINUE TO THE NEXT LESSON
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M1 1.B

  1. 1. For each of the following questions, choose letter A-F of the grammatical term that describes each of the underlined words in the example sentences. Use each letter only once. There is one extra option you will not need to use. EXAMPLE SENTENCE 1 We couldn’t buy anything because none of the shops were open. GRAMMATICAL TERMS A relative pronoun B superlative adjective C determiner D preposition E conjunction F present perfect tense Preview Task1.B
  2. 2. Preview Task1.B In the sentence: We couldn’t buy anything because none of the shops were open. none is an adjective that describes the number of shops that were open. The sentence contains a determiner. The answer is letter “C”. A determiner contextualizes a noun, usually in quantity and possession. Some other determiners are a few, many, and several.
  3. 3. EXAMPLE SENTENCE 2 I couldn’t sleep in spite of being exhausted! GRAMMATICAL TERMS A relative pronoun B superlative adjective C determiner D preposition E conjunction F present perfect tense Preview Task1.B
  4. 4. In the sentence: I couldn’t sleep in spite of being exhausted. in spite of is a conjunction that links the dependent clause to the independent clause. The sentence contains a conjunction. The answer is letter “E”. A conjunction links words, phrases and clauses. Some other conjunctions are although, once and since. Preview Task1.B
  5. 5. EXAMPLE SENTENCE 3 The boy handed in the homework that was due yesterday. GRAMMATICAL TERMS A relative pronoun B superlative adjective C determiner D preposition E conjunction F present perfect tense Preview Task1.B
  6. 6. In the sentence: The boy handed in the homework that was due yesterday. that is a relative pronoun that connects an adjective clause to the independent clause. The sentence contains a relative pronoun. The answer is letter “A”. A relative pronoun is a connector word that introduces a dependent clause. Some other relative pronouns are which, who, and when. Preview Task1.B
  7. 7. EXAMPLE SENTENCES 4 That was the best movie I’ve ever seen! GRAMMATICAL TERMS A relative pronoun B superlative adjective C determiner D preposition E conjunction F present perfect tense Preview Task1.B
  8. 8. In the sentence: That was the best movie I’ve ever seen! best is a superlative adjective that describes the degree of a noun to its group. The sentence contains a superlative adjective. The answer is letter “B”. A superlative adjective describes the maximum degree of an adjective in contrast to its group. Some other superlative pronouns are easiest, most beautiful and worst. Preview Task1.B
  9. 9. EXAMPLE SENTENCES 5 He’s lived here since he was born. GRAMMATICAL TERMS A relative pronoun B superlative adjective C determiner D preposition E conjunction F present perfect tense Preview Task1.B
  10. 10. In the sentence: He’s lived here since he was born. He’s lived is the present perfect tense because it indicates an action that began in the past and continues to the present. The sentence contains the present perfect tense. The answer is letter “F”. The present perfect tense is used to describe an action or situation which began sometime in the past and is still happening in the present; an action or event which happened in the past and may happen again, or an event that took place in the past where the time of the event is not specified or clear. Preview Task1.B
  11. 11. On the grammar part of the Module 1 exam, you can expect questions that will test your knowledge of: The parts of speech and their subcategories Functions of the parts of speech The forms and use of grammatical structure. At the end of this lesson, you will have the opportunity to complete 6 practice activities and 5 grammar focused tasks that will prepare you for this section of the TKT Module 1 exam. Preview Task1.B
  12. 12. ONCE YOU ARE READY, CONTINUE TO THE NEXT LESSON

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