That is a matter between you and ______.
none of these.
The past simple and past participle forms of the verb swear are....
sweared and sworn
swore and swore
sweared and swore
swore and sworn
Add question tag. You have tea for breakfast, __________?
Choose the correct form of the verb given in brackets. The train __________ before we reach the station. (arrive)
will be arriving
will have arrived
I am not angry ______ you.
Supply the correct preposition. He is fond ____ tea.
Choose the correct form of the verb in the brackets. I found a man _________ a knife at me. (point)
What is the meaning of the idiom, "You will have to eat your words".
You will have to explain your words.
You will have to take back what you have said.
You will have to repeat your words.
None of these.
Change to past tense. The wind blows furiously.
The wind blew furiously.
The wind blowed furiously.
The wind blown furiously
________ cricket,I enjoy watching foot ball and tennis.