INTERMEDIATE Test 6

INTERMEDIATE Test 6



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VocaGram English Grammar Vocabulary Tests Exercises

Intermediate English Grammar Tests
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4 thoughts on “INTERMEDIATE Test 6”

  1. Question 5: a verb “to encourage” can also be followed by a Gerund or an Infinitive without changing their meaning. So both variants are correct (as to me I prefer to use Infinitive, but the system didn’t accept my answer). Even in question 56 you use Infinitive – “to encourage people to start”. So please correct the mistake.

    • Hello, Yana!
      Actually, the verb “encourage” is used only with “to infinitive” as “encourage somebody to do something”. So the only correct answer is the variant “to set up”. And now the system will accept option B as the correct answer.

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