Lunch will be being cooked by Tom at 10.00 tomorrow.
A. Tom will be cooking lunch at 10.00 tomorrow.
B. Tom will be cooked lunch at 10.00 tomorrow.
Pronoun vs. PronounsConditional Sentence Type 3Cue vs. QueuePast Simple TenseIrregular AdjectivesAdverbial ClausesPresent Simple and Present Continuous TenseFamily Members and Present SimplePresent Simple: affirmative, negative, interrogative
Other quiz: Similes and Body Idioms
A simile COMPARES 2 things using the words ____ or _____.
A. and, or
B. like, as
C. and, like
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