As usual, I've got all your work cut out for you (check the meaning and origin of this phrase at BBC Learning English) these two days, so be ready.
Do you know what a 'tailor' is? But what is the meaning of 'tailor' as a verb 'to tailor', as in this example: "The school tailors the course to each student's needs." ?
Interesting video to watch. Pay attention to the pronunciation of certain words:
On the way to SELECTIVITY >>> GRAMMAR & USE OF ENGLISH.
52. 1. Julius Caesar, who was a Roman general, came... 2. a prayer, which nobody understood and which he must composed himself. 3. the book I left on the table where there's a nice vase / which there's a very nice on ? 4. several houses, most of which were quite unsuitable. 5. his car, which broke down, for the first time.
53. 1. if she had been to the party. 2. why did you get lost if.. 3. you study more 4. if you want to have a great time
5. , I would ask her to dance.
54. 1. That car is no longer made in Britain. 2. Dinner is being cooked by my mother. 3. That can't be done.
4. People believed that his cabinet did not totally accept the Prime Minister's policy.
5. People say that Albert is going to buy a new car. 6. Nobody should kill anybody for any cause.