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English Grammar MCQ Test With Answers Advanced – 14

English Grammar MCQ Test With Answers Advanced - 14



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2 thoughts on “English Grammar MCQ Test With Answers Advanced – 14”

  1. Hello, I hope you can help me with question 10. The key is C, but I chose B. I always remember that would rather + an original verb form. Am I right?

    For question 19, the key is B. Is it even better to use ” to have had seen”?

    Thank you very much!

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  2. Question 10: Study the explanation below:

    Would rather
    • I would rather (‘I prefer’, ‘I would prefer’) is used as a modal auxiliary verb. It is followed by the infinitive (without ‘to’) when its subject is the same as the subject of the next verb. This happens when we talk about what we would prefer to do.

    • I would rather (or I’d rather) stay with you. I would prefer to stay with you.
    • What would you rather do instead? What would you prefer to do instead?
    • She’d rather not see me. She’d be happier not to see me.
    • Wouldn’t you rather stay on the beach? Wouldn’t you like it better if we stayed on the beach?

    • Would rather is followed by a past subjunctive when its subject is different than the subject of the following verb. This happens when we talk about what we want someone else to do. (The past subjunctive is conjugated in the same way as the simple past, except for ‘to be’.)

    • I’d rather (that) you came another time. I’d prefer you to come another time.
    • She would rather (that) he weren’t so angry. She would prefer him to be less angry.
    • Bruno would rather (that) Icarus didn’t stay so late at the office. Bruno would be happier if Icarus didn’t stay so late at the office.

    Question 19: No, you can not use ” to have had seen”. There is no such structure.

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