HESI Grammar practice
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_______ the best friends to have.
___________ went to the movies last weekend.
A.) She and I
B) She and me
C.) Her and I
D.) Her and Me
She & I
The student felt that the final exam was _________ than the mid term.
B.) Most Hard
d.) More Hard
The child has always been afraid of __________ to the dentist.
I want ______ to win the trophy.
They have lived in an apartment __________ they arrived in Chicago.
he had to choose _________ 6 ties for the interview.
When will you be able to go to dinner with ___________?
I am going ______________ my workout now.
She chose ___________ blue and purple for her nail color.
Among versus Between
- Use among to show a relationship involving more than two
- Use between to show a relationship involving two
Amount versus number
- Amount is used when referring to things in bulk
- (The nurse had a huge amount of paperwork)
- Number is used when referring to individual countable units.
- (The nurse had a number of charts to complete)
Good vs Well
good is an adjective. Use good before nouns (He did a good job) and after linking verbs (she smells good)
well is usually an adverb. (She plays softball well.) Well is used as an adjective only when describing someones health ( She is getting well)
is a word or group of words that names a person, place or thing.
is the general, no the particular name of a person place or thing
(nurse, hospital, syringe)
- official name of a person, place or thing
- (Fred, Paris, Washington, University)
- Proper nouns are always capitilized
- name of a quality or general idea
- (persistence, democracy)
- represents a group of persons, animals ot things
- (family, flock, furniture)
pronoun & antecedent
The students wanted their test paper graded and returned to them in a timely manner
- is a word that takes place of a noun, another pronoun, or group of words acting as a noun.
- The word or groups of word which a pronoun refers to is called the antecedent
- students is the antecedent
- their & them are pronouns
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