Grammar Quiz

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What does the phrasal verb “get on” mean in the following sentence:

“Get on the bus.”

A. To arrive at

B. To board

C. To delay

D. To stop

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A:Hey, I got a good grade on the science test. B:That’s great. A:I think(覺得)I could do well(好地)on the test all ___ you.

A. through

B. because of

C. because

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We used it to indicate that you are not sure of the statement, and you may be wrong

A. as long as

B. as far as i know

C. as far as i´m concerned

D. as far as i concern


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