At present many people want to study or to work abroad, or to work for a foreign.


İf your plans are connected with working or studying in the USA, you have to pass the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language).

The TOEFL is a timed test that consists of four sections:
I. Listening Comprehension (50 questions — 40 minutes);
II. Structure and Written Expression (40 questions — 25 minutes);
III. Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension (50 questions — 55 minutes).
IV. Writing (30 minutes).
The maximum total score is 300 points.

It is assumed that students have studied grammar prior to reviewing for the TOEFL, and that they are relatively fluent. The purpose of blog then, is to provide students with a detailed review of the language skills for the Structure and Written Expression section of the TOEFL, to sharpen these skills and to improve accuracy.
TOEFL Grammar Review is divided into five parts covering the most frequently tested problems necessary to pass Section 2 of the TOEFL. Part I shows differences between American and British English. Parts II-IV include practice exercises designed to improve the ability to recognize grammar and correct style in Written English. Two
TOEFL Structure and Written Expression Practice Tests included in Part IV will allow to measure their ability to answer grammar questions in the TOEFL format. Part V contains exercises testing American idioms. The TOEFL Grammar Review includes answer keys which enable to use this work blog as a self-study guide for independent out-of classwork




aluminium aluminum axe ax
cheque check gaol Jail
goodbye goodby grey gray
judgement judgment kerb cerb
pyjamas plow through thru
tyre tire copies copys
leaves leafs



accumulator battery pavement sidewalk
autumn fall petrol gas, gasoline
barrister attorney pictures movie
biscuit cake, cookie post mail
block of flats apartment house puncture blow- out
chemist’s drugstore queue line
chips French fries return round trip
cinema movie theater ring up call up
cooker oven rubber eraser
curtains drapes rubbish garbage
flat apartment shop store
garden yard spirits liquor
grain corn (cereals) surname last name
handbag purse sweets candy
holiday vacation tap faucet
hostel dormitory telegramme wire
ill sick timetable schedule
label tag toilet bathroom
letterbox mailbox torch restroom
lift elevator trousers flashlight
lorry track underground pants, slacks
luggage baggage undershirt subway
mark grade wardrobe vest
million billion closet


British English American English
Present Perfect Past Simle
I have just had lunch
I have already posted the letter. I haven’t told them
I just had lunch.
I already mailed the letter.
I didn’t tell them about it yet.
Future Perfect (Progressive) Future Simple
What will you have done by the
time you go to bed tonight?
How long will you have been
doing that?
What will you do by the time
you go to bed tonight?
How long will you do that?
I’ve got
I haven’t got
Have you got?
I have
I don’t have
Do you have?
Do you know anything?
Have you ever been to London?
Do you need a job?
You know something?
Ever been in London?
Need a job?
in a team
at the week-end/at week-ends
different to
write to someone
the hospital
on a team
on the week-end/on week-ends
different than
write someone
Irregular Verbs
burn- burned-burned
I demand that I should be
I demand that I be released.


Yes Yep, Yup, Yeah want to wanna
No Nope, Naw, Hah have got (have) gotta
You Ya let me lemme
have to hafta out of outta
don’t you don’tcha give me gimmie
going to gonna I don’t know I dunno

Match the words in American English on the left with their British equivalents on the right.

American English British English
1. apartment
2. candy
3. cookies
4. drapes
5. elevator
6. eraser
7. faucet
8. flashlight
9. French fries
10. garbage
11. purse
12. vest
1. lift
2. chips
3. handbag
4. undershirt
5. rubber
6. rubbish
7. sweets
8. biscuits
9. tap
10. flat
11. torch
12. curtaines

Match the words in American English on the left with their British equivalents on the right.

American English British English
1. baggage
2. blow-out
3. gasoline
4. round trip
5. line
6. sidewalk
7. subway
8. tag
9. truck
10. vacation
11. wire
12. yard
1. holiday
2. telegramme
3. garden
4. pavement
5. luggage
6. label
7. petrol
8. underground
9. queue
10. puncture
11. lorry
12. return


Identify the subject, verb, compliment, and modifier in each of the following sentences.

1. Our neighbor’s dog barked all afternoon.
2. Our walking group meets at seven o’clock in the morning.
3. The band played all evening.
4. June speaks at almost every staff meeting.
5. Mrs. Perez bought a new rug for her dining room.
6. Some cough medicines contain alcohol.
7. Bill carried his tools in a five- gallon plastic bucket.
8. Linda often buys snacks at the university store.
9. All of the buses are equipped with safety belts.
10.Paulette wore the same brand of blue jeans for twenty years.
11. Several inches of water flooded the basement of the library during the night.
12.Martin orders all his clothes from catalogues.
13.A typical supermarket sells more than 18,000 products.
14. One flea can lay 500 eggs.
15.A dangerous situation exists in the Near East.
16.Elliot first met Olivia in the snack section of a supermarket.
17.Mr. Pandolfo wrote his own will.
18.My new English class meets three times a week.
19.Ellain wanted to get a new hat at the store.

Identify the part of speech of each word in the following sentences: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, article,
conjunction, preposition, pronoun

1. The tiny island is surrounded by a spectacular body of water.
2. My pen is running out of ink.
3. I always wanted to go to that show.
4. Did you enjoy the party the other night?
5. My computer program is faulty.
6. The costumes in the pageant are almost as beautiful as the contestants.
7. The Paseo Del Rio runs along the San Antonio River in the heart of the city.
8. A beautiful photograph is a wonderful souvenir of an event.
9. You don’t need to read all the information to get the question right.
10. My sister was thrilled to be invited.
11 .In addition to being weatherproof, the new camera features a remote control.
12. The largest film festival in the world, the Houston International Film Festival,
boasts 3,500 entries.
13. The main attraction of the new restaurant is the salad bar.
14. After deciding to go out and play, Gwen located her jacket.
15.The arboretum in our town has some beautiful pine trees.
16. Unlike those in the neighboring school, our teachers are quite flexible.
17. The bus was so late that we missed school.
18. The county fair is a lot of fun.
19. Leslie hid the dirty dishes in a cabinet before her mother came into the kitchen.
20. Pay’s recipe for baked beans is famous in our neighborhood.


Count (C) or Non -Count (N)

Irregular Plurals
1- Words with Two Acceptable Plural Forms

Singular Plurals
antenna antennae antennas
apparatus apparatus apparatuses
appendix appendices appendixes
beau beaux beaus
cactus cacti cactuses
cargo cargoes cargos
criterion criteria criterions
curriculum curricula curriculumus
formula formulae formulas
fungus fungi funguses
index indices indexes
medium media mediums
memorandum memoranda memorandums
radius radii radiuses
sanatorium sanatoriums sanatoria
scarf scarfs scarves
tornado tornadoes tornados
vertebra vertebrae vertebras
volcano volcanoes volcanos
wharf wharfs wharves
zero zeroes zeros

2) Common Irregular Plurals

Singular Plural Singular Plural
addendum addenda mosquito mosquitoes
alga algae nucleus nuclei
alumna alumnae oasis oases
alumnus alumni ox oxen
analysis analyses parenthesis parentheses
axis axes phenomenon phenomena
basis bases potato potatoes
bacterium bacteria psychosis psychoses
child children quiz quizzes
crisis crises self selves
datum data series series
deer deer sheep sheep
elf elves stimulus stimuli
foot feet terminus termines
goose geese thief thieves
hero heroes thesis theses
hypothesis hypotheses tomato tomatoes
leaf leaves tooth teeth
live lives wife wife
loaf loaves wolf wolves
louse lice woman women
mouse mice yourself yourselves


Exercise-5. Identify the types of nouns underlined in the sentences below Count (C) – Non – Count (N).

1. Ethan can operate his camera with only one hand
2. Whipped butter contains fewer calories per serving than ordinary butter.
3. Randy installed a dashboard fan that runs on the power from his car’s cigarette
4. His childhood was ordinary, if a little lonely.
5. The jacket is long enough to wear as a dress.
6. Fish and chicken are good for people with high cholesterol.
7. I didn’t have much luggage – just two small bags.
8. Some people who have every pillow fluffed and in its proper place in their rooms
never make an effort to organize their closets.
9. For her class Juanita created a gigantic collage that included old shoes, silverware,
and clippings from newspapers.
10. Interesting baskets can be made of straw, bark or roots.
11. Osteoporosis is the abnormal loss of bone.
12. Vera’s salsa was delicious and contained very few calories
13. Customers are not in the mood to accept major changes in styles of clothing.
14. Shorter campaigns make voters more interested in politics.
15. After a long, lonely winter, the ugly duckling emerged as a beautiful swan.
16. Clutter can make a room seem smaller.

Give the plurals of these nouns.

1. sand 5. accountancy
2. decision 6. electricity
3. furniture 7. architecture
4. age 8. soap
  1. decisions 4. ages


Identify the incorrect noun form.

1. She was extremely fond of cat, especially Siamese and Burmese ones.
2. When making those cookies, you should use two cups of butters.
3. Electricities is expensive these days.
4. The populations of that town is very diverse.
5. She was concerned about delivery of her furnitures.
6. The interviewer was not empressed with Maria’s honesties on her application.
7. The American court system is known for its concept of blind justices.
8. The recipe calles for one part of flour to two part of sugar.
9. The city museum houses examples of works by artist of many different schools of
10. Drinking two glasses of milks every day will satisfy your need for calcium.
1.cats 2.butter 3.electricity 4.population
6.honesty 7.justice of sugar 9.artists 10.milk


Most of these sentences have a mistake in them. Write TRUE (T) or FALSE (F).

1. I believe it’s very difficult to find a cheap accommodation in London.
2. We’re looking for a place to rent.
3. We’re late because they’re re-surfacing the motorway and the traffics are terrible.
4. He was asked to leave the college because of a bad behavior at the end of the term party.
5. I’m going to call my brother to wish him good luck for his driving test.
6. I think it’s a pity Rebecca had her hairs cut short because she looked much more attractive before
7. It’s not a bad room, but the furnitures take up too much space.
8. As an old friend, may I give you an advice?
9. If we don’t have up-to-date information, how can we make sensible decisions?
10. Fortunately, the check-up was less unpleasant experience than I had expected.
11. The happiness means different things to different people.
12. Bread are expensive in the grocery store on the corner.
13. Dr. Brydley will receive special honor at the graduation.
14. My neighbor dislikes a noise.
15. George had good luck when he first came to State University.
16. There was a very interesting news on the radio this morning about the earthquake in Italy.
1. F, cheap accommodation 9. T
2. T 11. F, happiness 10. F, a less unpleasant experience
3. F, the traffic is 11. F, happiness
4. F, bad behavior 12. F, is expensive
5. T 13. T
6. F, hair 14. F, noise
7. F, the furniture takes 15. T
8. F, some advice interesting news 16. F, very interesting news / some



Fill in the blanks with a or an.

1. __ one-eyed monster 5. __ only child
2. __ university graduate 6. __ house cell
3. __ used car 7. __ eager student
4. __ hurricane 8. __ usual mistake
1. a 2. a 3. a 4. a 5. an 6. a 7. an 8. a


Choose the article that correctly completes each sentence below.
1. Beyond the ranch is (a, an) desert that gets only six or seven inches of rain each
2. If you’re stumped for (a, an) answer in today’s crossword puzzle, call 1-800-500-
3. A head-on collision between two cars is much less likely to occur than (a, an)
off-center collision.
4. Colonel Lurie wore a blue striped shirt and (a, an) yellow polka dotted tie.
5. By sitting next to (a, an) exit on public transportation, you make it easier for a thief to escape with your belongings.
6. (A, An) kitchen decorated in American Country style is often crowded with baskets, primitive furniture, and other collectibles.
7. Walter stores his extra cash in (a, an) empty cereal box.
8. Sheila always wears (a, an) uniform to work.
9. Each year (a, an) cowbird can lay as many as forty eggs in other bird’s nests.
10. It is (a, an) honor to be chosen to attend the convention.
1-a 2-an 3-an 4-a 5-an 6-a 7-an 8-a 9-a 10-an


Fill in the blanks with a, an, the, or leave the blank.
1. Al is making fifteen dollars __ hour at Chambers’ Turkey Products.
2. Jill makes it __ habit to buy clothes on sale.
3. To tell __ truth, a bank savings account may not be the best place for your money.
4. Helen showed __ initiative when she decided to start a business of her own.
5. Losing as little as __ quart of blood can result in shock and unconsciousness.
6. Over __ last 20 years, more than 3 million people have attended the Country Dinner Playhouse.
7. Major changes have taken place in __ financial services industry.
8. Dr. Richards predicts __ extinction of the whooping crane.
9. Most people believe that __ liberty is very precious.
10. Taking a hot bath is __ good way to relax.
11. Lower programming costs raised the net income reported by __ major television
networks this week. 2.a 3.the 4.- 5.a 6.the 7.the 8.the 9.- 10.a 11.the

Supply the article the if it is necessary.

1. — Andes 13.— Antarctic Continent 25.— Antiles
2. — Arctic Ocean 14.— Asia 26.— Bahamas
3. — Baikal 15.— Belgium 27.— Bay of Bengal
4. — Caucasus 16.— Central America 28.— Corsica
5. — Crimea 17.— Dublin 29.— English Channel
6. — Everest 18.— Gibraltar 30.— Great ?ear Lake
7. — Hague 19.— Havana 31.— Hawaiian Isles
8. — Hudson Bay 20.— Kalahari Desert 32.— Ladoga
9. — Lenin Peak 21.— Maldives 33.— New Zealand
10.— Netherlands 22.— North Pole 34.— Pacific Ocean
11.— Panama Canal 23.— Persian Gulf 35.— Philippines
12.— Sahara 24.— Sakhalin 36.— Urals


1. the 2. the 3. – 4. the 5. the 6. – 7. the 8. the 9. –
10. the 11. the 12. the 13. – 14. – 15 – 16 – 17. – 18. the
19 – 20. the 21. the 22. the 23. the 24 – 25. the 26. the 27. the
28 – 29. the 30 – 31. the 32. – 33. – 34. the 35. the 36. the


Supply the article the if it is necessary.

1. — Thanksgiving 9. — Cooper’s Art School 17. —University of Florida
2. — President Kennedy 10. — Hyde Park 18. — Crimean War
3. — Christmas 11. — Waterloo Bridge 19. — Queen Elizabeth
4. — President 12. — Cambridge University 20. — Tower of London
5. — Trafalgar Square 13. — Piccadilly Circus 21. — Eiffel Tower
6. — Vatican 14. — Buckingham Palace 22. — Westminster Abbey
7. — London University 15. — Kremlin 23. — St. Paul’s Cathedral
8. — White House 16. — British Museum 24. — Houses of Parliament
1. – 2. – 3. – 4. the 5. – 6. the 7. – 8. the 9. – 10. – 11. – 12. –
13. – 14. – 15. the 16. the 17. the 18. the 19. – 20. the 21. the 22. – 23. – 24. the


Supply the articles a, the if they are necessary.


1. all of — sudden — sunset
2. to play — violin — loud voice
3. as — result watch—TV
4. in — conclusion 19. at — first sight
5. in — demand listen to — radiov
6. at — time 21.— day before yesterday
7. to tell—truth 2 be in — bed
8. to be in — hurry 23. after — lunch
9. to be at — loss 24. for — example
10. from — time to — time 25.two times — day
11 .once — week tell — time — mistake—fact
13. from — head to — foot 28. by — bicycle
14.— other day 29. to have — good time
15. as — matter of fact take — seat
1. a 2. – , the 3. a 4. – 5. – 6. a 7. the 8. a 9. a 10. – , –
11. a 12. – 13.-,- 14. the 15. a 16. – 17. a 18. – 19. – 20. the
21. the 22. – 23. – 24. – 25. a 26. the 27. – 28. – 29. a 30. a

Choose the correct variant.

1. It is washed by the waters of __.
(A) an Atlantic Ocean
(B) Atlantic Ocean
(C) the Atlantic Ocean
2. The Queen of Great Britain is not __.
(A) the absolute
(B) absolute
(C) an absolute
3. __ is the main modern art museum.
(A) Tate Gallery
(B) A Tate Gallery
(C) The Tate Gallery
4. __ drive on the left-hand side in their country.
(A) the British
(B) British
(C) A British
5. They are __.
(A) a nice people
(B) the nice people
(C) nice people
6. The acting was poor, but we enjoyed __.
(A) music
(B) a music
(C) the music
7. She simply loves __ and dancing.
(A) music
(B) a music
(C) the music
1. ? 2. ? 3. ? 4. A 5. ? 6. ? 7. A

Fill in the blanks with a, an or the, or leave blank.

1. __ Alaska is the largest state in __ United States.
2. She was driving at a speed of ninety miles __ hour.
3. Abraham Lincoln was President of__ United States during __ Civil War.
4. __ corn is the most important of all American crops.
5. __water in this glass is not good.
6. Jane and I had __ lunch at __ school cafeteria.
7. __ Rocky Mountains stretch all the way from __ Mexico to __ Arctic.
8. Richard wants to study __ Computer Engineering at __ Ohio State University.
1. -,the 3. the, the 4. – 5. the 6. -,the 7. the,-, the 8.-,-

Fill in the blanks with a, an or some, or leave blank.

1. Have you got __ camera?
2. Would you like to be __ actor?
3. Bill’s got __ big feet.
4. Do you collect __ stamps?
5. Tom always gives Ann __ flowers on her birthday.
6. Those are __ really nice trousers. Where did you get them?
7. What __ beautiful garden?
8. What __ lovely children.
9. __ birds, for example the penguin, cannot fly.
10. Jack has got __ very long legs, so he’s __ fast runner.
11. You need __ visa to visit __ foreign countries, but not all of them.
12. I’m going shopping. I want to buy __ new clothes.
13. Jane is __ teacher. Her parents were __ teachers too.
14. When we reached the city centre, __ shops were still open but most of them were already closed.
15. Do you enjoy going to __ concert?
16. When I was __ child, I used to be very shy.
1. a 2. an 3. – 4. – 5.some/– 6. – 7. a 8. –
9.some 10.–,a 11.a,some 12.some 13.a,– 14.some 15.– 16.a

Fill in the blanks with a, an or the.

1. Would you like __ apple?
2. Could you close __ door, please?
3. We live in __ small flat near __ centre of the city.
4. Have you finished with __ book I lent you last week?
5. We went out for __ meal last night. __ restaurant we went to was excellent.
6. Did __ police find __ person who stole your bicycle?
7. This is a nice house. Has it got __ garden?
8. It was warm and sunny, so we decided to sit in __ garden.
9. This morning I had __ boiled egg and __ toast for breakfast.
10. __ President of United States is elected every four years.
11. As I was walking along the street, I saw __ 10$ note on __ pavement.
12. I went into the shop and asked to speak to __ manager.
13. Have you got __ car? — No, I’ve never had __ car in my life.
14. There’s no need to buy any milk. __ milkman brings it every morning.
1. an 2. the 3. a, the 4. the 5. a, the 6. the, the 7. a
8. the 9. a,- 10. The 11. a, the 12. the 13. a, a 14. the


Fill in the blanks with a, an or the, or leave blank.

1. I wrote my name at __ top of the page.
2. __ moon goes around __ earth every 27 hours.
3. The Soviet Union was __ first country to send a man into space.
4. Did you see the film on __ television or at __ cinema?
5. After __ lunch, we went for a walk by __ sea.
6. I’m not very hungry. I had __ big breakfast.
7. John was __ only person I talked to at the party.
8. Tim lives in __ small village in __ country.
9. Peru is __ country in South America. __ capital is Lima
10. I never listen to __ radio. In fact I haven’t got __ radio.
11. It was __ beautiful day. __ sun shone brightly in __ sky
12. I’ve invited Tom to __ dinner next Wednesday.
13. What is __ highest mountain in __ world?
14. We don’t go to __ theatre very much these days. In fact, in __ town where we
live there isn’t __ theatre
15. It was a long voyage. We were at __ sea for four weeks.
16. I prefer swimming in __ sea to swimming in pools.
17. Can you turn __ television down, please? It’s a bit loud.
1.the 2.The,the 3.the 4.– the 5.–the 6.a 7.the 8.a the
9.a, the 10.the, a 11.a,the, the 12. – 13. the, the 14.the, the, a 15. – 16. the 17. the


Choose the correct form in the parentheses.

1. (Apples / The apples) are good for you.
2. Look at (apples / the apples) on that tree! They’re very large.
3. (Women / The women) are often better teachers than (men / the men).
4. In Britain (coffee / the coffee) is more expensive than (tea / the tea).
5. We had a very nice meal in that restaurant. (Cheese / The cheese) was especially
6. (Most people / The most people) still believe that (marriage / the marriage) and
(family life / the family life) are the basis of our society.
7. They got married but (marriage / the marriage) wasn’t successful.
8. I know someone who wrote a book about (life / the life) of Gandhi.
9. (Life / The life) would be very difficult without (electricity / the electricity).
10. (Skiing / The skiing) is my favourite sport but I also like (swimming / the swimming).
11. (Second World War / The Second World War) ended in 1945.
12. Do you know (people / the people) who lived next door?
13. Are you interested in (art / the art) of (architecture / the architecture)?
14. (All books / All the books) on the top shelf belong to me.
15. Don’t stay in that hotel. (Beds / The beds) are very uncomfortable.
16. Two of the biggest problems facing our society are (crime / the crime) and  (unemployment / the unemployment).
17. I hate (violence / the violence).


1. Apples 10. Skiing, swimming
2. the apples 11. The Second World War
3. Women, men 12. the people
4. coffee, tea 13. art, architecture
5. The cheese 14. All the books
6. Most people, marriage, family life 15.The beds
7. the marriage 16. crime, unemployment
8. the life 17.violence
9. Life, electricity

Correct the sentences where necessary.

1. Last year we visited Canada and United States.
2. Africa is much larger than Europe.
3. South of England is warmer than north.
4. We went to Spain for our holidays swam in Mediterranean.
5. Tom visited most countries in Western Europe.
6. A friend of mine used to work as a reporter in Middle East.
7. Next year we are going skiing in Swiss Alps.
8. Malta has been a republic since 1974.
9. The Nile is longest river in Africa.
10. United Kingdom consists of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
11. When an university formulates new regulations, it must relay its decisions to the students and faculty.
12. Jim was upset last night because he had to do too many homeworks.
13. There are some scissors in the desk drawer in the bedroom if you need them.
14. The Board of Realtors doesn’t have any informations about the increase in rent for this area.
15. When Keith visited Alaska, he lived in a igloo, in the winter months as well as in the spring.
16. Is the Everest the highest mountain in the world?
17. This school has quite a large campus.
18. The news that you brought was great shock.
19. Is Malta in the Mediterranean?
20. The good books have good examples.
1. the United States 8. T 15. an igloo
2. T 9. the longest 16-Everest
3. the south … the north 10.The United Kingdom 17.T
4. the Mediterranean 11. a university 18. a great shock
5. T 12.much homework 19.T
6. the Middle East 13.T 20.good books
7. the Swiss Alps 14. information


Define whether the following sentences are TRUE (T) or FALSE (F). Correct mistakes.

1. John’s friends had a farewell party for him last Friday.
2. He tried hard to get good grade on the test.
3. It is always difficult to make the decisions.
4. When he lived in Paris he went to parties every weekend.
5. They gave me a electric typewriter for my birthday.
6. Paul began to think that he would never find the happiness.
7. The old man no longer believed that money was the most important thing in life.
8. He wanted to try on pair of jogging shoes at the store.
9. In all his life he had never wanted to try the wine.
10. She does not have an understanding of the subject yet.
11. I just saw boys from Africa that I met at the International House party last week.
12. Teachers usually spend many hours correcting papers.
13. Some people believe that frankness is the best policy in any situation
14. The man who fixed my air-conditioning unit accidentally broke the fan.
15. The doctors have to go to school for many years to complete their education.
1. T 6. F, happiness 11. F, the boys
2. F, a good grade 7. T 12. T
3. F, make decisions 8. F, a pair 13. F, frankness
4. T 9. 14. T
5. F, an electric typewriter 10. T 15. F, Doctors


Underline the word or words that correctly complete each sentence below.

1. Lightning is a rush of electrical current from a cloud or from one cloud to (another / other).
2. A ballet dancer’s techniques and skills are very different from those of (another /
other) dancers.
3. No (another / other) state produces as much corn as does Iowa.
4. The legal surrender of a criminal suspect from one state or country to (another / other) is called extradition.
5. Rocky Mountain spotted fever is one type of disease that is carried by ticks, and Colorado tick fever is (another / other).
6. The art of photography has often been influenced by — and has influenced — (another / other) fine arts.
7. William O. Douglas was a Supreme Court justice for 36 years, longer than any (another / other) justice in the history of the Court.
8. In physics, diffusion is the spread of one substance’s molecules or atoms through those of (another / other).
9. A basketball player may advance the ball by dribbling it or by passing it to (another / other) player.
10. Limpkins are water birds that eat snails and (another / other) mollusks.
11. Of the two new teachers, one is experienced and (another / the other) is not.
12. Because the first pair of pants did not fit properly, he asked for (another / other) pair.
13. Some bacteria are extremely harmful, but (other / others) are regularly used in producing cheese, crackers, and many (another / other) foods.
1.another 2.other 3.other 4.another 5.another 6.other 7.other
8.another 9.another 10.other 11.the other 12.another 13.others, other


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