Irregular verbs Exercises
here are tests about irregular verbs in English. you can practice your level of irregular verbs with this quiz…
1.the preposition “beside” usually means next to something/somebody’, or ‘at the side of something/somebody':
– sit here beside me.
– There is a big tree beside our house.
2. Besides means “in addition to something.”:
– What other sports do you play besides hockey?
– Where do you go besides home
– I do not think I ‘ll come on Saturday. I have a lot of work to do. Besides, I do not like parties.
A Usage of SO
There are two negative forms of SO.
1. Negative verb + SO
Ex: Would you marry me? I don’t expect SO.
2. Positive verb + NOT
Ex: Would you marry me? I expect NOT.
With EXPECT, THINK & IMAGINE, we generally form the negative with SO.
Is she fine? I don’t think SO. OR I think NOT. (Note: This is rather formal.)