Category: English

Civil Service Exam Vocabulary Review 12

This is the twelfth part of the Civil Service Vocabulary Review series of Ph Civil Service Reviewer. In this series, we discuss the words that commonly appear in English vocabulary examinations. The other parts of this series can be found in this...

7 Tips in Answering Reading Comprehension Questions

Reading comprehension questions is one of the types of test in the Civil Service Examination and is usually included in many Standard English tests. Reading comprehension questions are not very difficult, but they take...

Idiomatic expressions – Line

Written by Nigina Dustova This is the third part of our series on idiomatic expressions.  The first part is about idioms containing the word back and the second part is about idioms containing the...

Idiomatic expressions – Ground

Written by Nigina Dustova Meanings The ground is one of the most basic things we know. It is not surprising then if ground rules are basic rules. In a similar way, if you have...

Idiomatic expressions – Back

Written by Nigina Dustova An idiomatic expression is a phrase or a fixed expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning. An idiomatic expression’s figurative meaning is different from the literal meaning. In...

A Summary of the Perfect Progressive Tenses

Written by Leny Ortega Now that we are done with the discussion on the perfect progressive tenses: past perfect progressive, present perfect progressive, and future perfect progressive. Below are practice exercises to test your...

Grammar Tutorial: Future Perfect Progressive Tense

Future perfect progressive is used to state an action that is perceived to be continuously happening when a certain time comes. Form: will have been + present participle Examples: 1. By this afternoon, the...

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