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Reply Wed 4 Mar, 2015 12:51 pm
1. My aunts earnings are/is very low
2.My parents wouldn't let me (to go/go) to piano lessons so i taught (me/myself)
3.She always arrives half an hour late,(who/which) makes me mad.
4. the concert was a sell-off,sell out, sell-up two days after it was announced
5.Once i (tidy up) my room I (begin) reading this book
6. He has absolutely no hesitation___ recommending her___the job(use prepositions)
7.I (not take) what he says at face value if I(be) you.

My version.
1. are (because its a plural noun)
2. wouldn't let me go , (used as an expression) , myself(not sure wny)
3. which because its a thing
4.sell out
5. once i tidy up my room, i will begin reading this book, not sure
6.He has absolutely no hesitation___ recommending her FOR the job(use prepositions)
7. I would not take what he says at face vale if i were u
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Reply Wed 4 Mar, 2015 02:00 pm
@jonnywalker00,

Very good, all correct as far as I can see, except for this one:

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6.He has absolutely no hesitation___ recommending her FOR the job(use prepositions)


He has absolutely no hesitation in recommending her for the job.

jonnywalker00
 
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Reply Thu 5 Mar, 2015 02:03 am
@McTag,
thanks, English language is so complex . Even though I am teaching it to beginners in Eastern Europe, i still have doubts when solving more grammaer exercises. This post is for one of my friends who is in highschool in the 12th grade.
McTag
 
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Reply Thu 5 Mar, 2015 03:08 am
@jonnywalker00,

Thanks, and so congratulations to you both over the subjunctive in 7.!
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