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[ Grammar ]

You __________ ask whatever questions you have.

A. can

B. may

Select your answer:
         


Tenses

Future Continuous Tense Future Perfect Continuous Tense Future Perfect Tense Past Continuous Tense Simple Past Future Tense Past Perfect Continuous Tense Past Perfect Tense Present Continuous Tense Present Perfect Continuous Tense Present Perfect Tense Simple Future Tense Simple Past Tense Simple Present Tense Tenses

Vs. / Or

Abstract vs. Concrete Accept vs. Except Active vs. Passive Voice Adjective vs. Adverb Advice vs. Advise Afraid vs. Scared Some vs. Any Start vs. Begin Lend vs. Borrow Brake vs. Break Bridal vs. Bridle Broach vs. Brooch Cannon vs. Canon Cleanup vs. Clean Up Click vs. Clique Come vs. Go Complement vs. Compliment Cue vs. Queue Desert vs. Dessert Direct vs. Indirect Speech Do Vs. Does Each or Every Everyday vs. Every Day Everyone vs. Every One Farther vs. Further Few vs. Little Flesh out vs. Flush out Gerund vs. Infinitive Good vs. Well Have Been to vs. Have Gone to Home vs. House I vs. Me If vs. Unless If vs. Whether Independent vs. Subordinate Clause Intensive vs. Reflexive Pronoun Its vs. It’s Later vs. Latter Lay vs. Lie Leach vs. Leech Lets vs. Let’s Loose vs. Lose Look, See or Watch Many vs. Much Past Simple Vs. Present Perfect Phenomenon(s) vs. Phenomena Present vs. Past Participle Precede vs. Proceed Principal vs. Principle Pronoun vs. Pronouns Regular vs. Irregular Verb Sit vs. Set There vs. It Too / Very / So When vs. While Yoke vs. Yolk

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Adjective Adjective Clause Adjective Order Adverb Adverb of Manner Antonyms Appositive Phrase a, an, the, Zero Article Causative Verb Comparative Adjective Comparative Adverb Conjunction Coordinate Conjunction Correlative Conjunction Conditional Sentence Type 0, 1, 2, 3 Conditional Sentence Type 1 Conditional Sentence Type 2 Conditional Sentence Type 3 Comma Countable Noun Definitions, Synonyms Degrees of Comparison Despite, In Spite Of, Although, Even Though, However Embedded Questions Expressing Wishes Grammar Homonyms Homophones Idioms Imperative Sentence Indefinite Pronoun Indirect Question Interrogative Pronoun Irregular Verb Linking Verb Modal Auxiliary Verb Mixed General Quiz Noun Clause Participle & Appositive Parts of Speech Passive Voice Past Participle Plurals Polite Request Possessive Adjective Prepositions Pronoun Pronoun Cases Personal Pronoun Question Tags Question Words Quotation Marks Reflexive Pronoun Regular Verb Relative Pronoun Reported Speech Run-on Sentences Simile, Metaphor or Personification Spelling Still, Yet, Already & Just Subject – Predicate Subject-Verb Agreement Subject, Verb & Object Complement Subjunctive Superlative Degree (Adjective) This, That, These, Those Third Conditional Time Transition Words And Phrase Type of Sentences Used To, Be Used To, Get Used To Verb Verb Phrase Vocabulary Yes-No Question Zero Conditional

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-ed and -ing Adjectives 1st and 2nd Conditionals 3rd Person Singular Action, Helping & Linking Verbs Active and Passive Adjective + to + Verb Adjective / Noun + to Infinitive Adjective ending with ED & ING Adjective or Adverb Adjectives Ed and Ing Adverbial Clauses Adverbs of frequency Adverbs of Manner, Likes and Preferences All, Both, Neither, None, Either Along & Against Analogy Articles and Demonstratives Asking & Giving Attention Asking & Giving Opinion Basic Grammar BASIC GRAMMAR - PRONOUNS Be Going To vs. Will Cardiology Services City Places Common & Proper Nouns Common Error Common Grammar Mistakes and Spelling Tips Comparative - Superlative Comparative Adjectives Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Comparative and Superlative Adverbs Comparatives Comparatives - Superlatives Comparatives or Superlatives Comparatives, Superlatives & Equatives Comparision Comparisions Comparisons Compound Adjectives Conditional Conditional Sentence Conditionals Type I Conjunction Conjunctions Connectives Correlative Conjunction & Complex Sentences COUNT - NONCOUNT NOUNS Countable & Uncountable Nouns Definite & Indefinite Pronoun & Conditionals Definite, Indefinite and Zero Articles DEGREE COMPARISON Describing Words Descriptions Direct Object and Indirect Object Do not- Does not Ed and Ing Endings English for Tourism Es and S Family Vocabulary First Conditional Food Vocabulary Formal & Informal Words Future or Past Future Tense Gerund or Infinitive Gerunds Gerunds and Infinitives Going To Be and Will Grammar Grammar & Vocab Grammar & Vocabulary Grammar (Adjectives) Grammar (want to/ need to/ have to) Grammar - Capitalization and Possessive Nouns Grammar - Future Grammar - help/have/let/make Grammar - Wh Questions Grammar and Vocabulary Grammar Assessment Grammar Clauses Grammar Elementary Grammar Past and Future Tense Grammar speak,talk,say,tell Grammar, adverbs of frequency placement Has and Have Has Got & Have Got Have vs. Has Homophone & Homonym Homophones Idioms IN, ON & AT In/On/At + Time Infinitive Infinitives Infinitives and ING Forms Intermediate Intermediate Grammar Intermediate Prepositions Interrogative Pronouns Irregular Adjectives Irregular Plural Nouns Irregular verbs Jobs Let & Be allowed to Linking Words & Phrases Mesopotamia Vocabulary Miscellaneous Grammar Usages Mixed Conditionals Modal Auxiliaries Modal Perfect Modal Verbs Modal Verbs and Conditionals Modals Noun, Verb, Adjective Nouns - Word Form-ION Nouns Formation Numbers Object Pronouns On, At, By Opinion / Agreement Participle Adjectives Passive Sentence Passive Voice Passive Voice Present Simple Past Continuous Past Continuous vs Past Simple Past Participle Past Simple Past Simple (Questions) Past simple - Irregular Verbs Past Simple Tense Past Tense Perfect Modals Personal Pronouns Persuasive Text Phrasal Verbs Phrases Phrases and Clauses Places in Town Poetry Possessive Adjectives & Possessive Pronouns Possessive Nouns Pre-intermediate Prefixes Suffixes Prepositions Prepositions Of Place Prepositions of Time Prepositions of Time and Place Prepotitions Present and Past Tense Present Continuous Present Continuous Tense Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Used to Present Perfect Present Perfect - Just, Already, Yet Present Perfect Tense Present Simple Present Simple & Continues Present Simple & Present Continuous PRESENT SIMPLE - CHILDREN Present Simple Affirmative and Negative Present Simple and Continuous Present Simple and Present Continuous Tense Present Simple Passive Present Simple Progressive Present Simple Tense Present Simple Tense Passive Present Simple VS Continuous Present simple, Present continuous, Singular, Plural Present Simple: affirmative, negative, interrogative Present Tense Present, Past, and Future Time Present/Past/Past Particple Pronouns Pronouns ( Interrogative ) Pronouns and Antecedents Pronouns and Quantifiers Proverbs Punctuation Quantifiers Quantifiers Mix Quantifiers: too many, too much & enough Question Tag Question Words Regular and Irregular Verbs Regular Plural Nouns Relative Clauses and Past Perfect Reported Speech Root Word Sentence and Fragment Sentences and Non Sentences Should and Shouldn't Similes Similes and Body Idioms Simple Past Simple Past Continuos Simple Past Tense Simple Present Simple Present and Present Continuous So or Such Spelling Subjunctive Superlative Adjectives Synonym and Antonym TAG Questions Take or Put Tenses Tenses and Pronouns There is or There are Things in English Third Grade Exam Time and Calendar Time Clauses of Future Time Expressions TOEIC TOEIC Grammar and Vocabulary Review Too or Enough Transitional Words Used to Verb BE Verb Patterns Verb Patterns / Ing Verb to be Verbal Communication Verbs and Possessive Adjective Verbs of movement Verbs: Action, Linking, and Helping Vocab and Grammar Vocabulary Vocabulary & Grammar Vocabulary and Grammar Vocabullary Test Was and Were Western Europe Countries Who am I? Who or Whom Will or Going to Wish + Verb 2 Zero & First Contidional

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