ACT Elite 36. Elite Prep for Advanced Students by Princeton Review
7. Which of the following alternatives to the underlined portion would NOT be acceptable? A. retired, Lilac pieces B. retired; Lilac pieces C. retired. Lilac pieces D. retired—Lilac pieces hundreds of dollars. Dismissing all Fiesta as too expensive,8 but Homer Laughlin China has stayed true to its roots with brand-new sets for sale in department stores for modest prices.
Part II ACT English 4 Introduction to the ACT English Test 5 The 4 C’s 6 Rhetorical Skills 7 Advanced English 8 English Test 9 English Test: Answers and Explanations Chapter 4 Introduction to the ACT English Test To pursue a perfect or near-perfect score on the English Test, you have to apply a basic approach to correctly answer every question that tests an identifiable rule. But you must also be able to crack the trickiest questions. Even for the most difficult questions, you do not need to know every rule of English grammar that you either forgot or never learned.
The dog is drooling on my leg. Present participles can also function as adjectives. I love a drooling dog. Present Perfect: A tense used to describe an event that began in the past and continues into the present, or to describe an event that was completed at some indefinite time before the present. The dog has lived with me for 10 years. The dog has attended obedience school. The helping verb to have works with the past participle of the main verb to form the present perfect. Present Perfect Progressive: A tense used to describe an ongoing event that began in the past and continues into the present, or to describe an ongoing event that was completed at some indefinite, recent time before the present.