Learn English – Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi 

Learn English by filling in the gaps:

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi _ responded to the infamous “Trump handshake” with _ own diplomatic tool of choice, the bear hug. A series of awkward greetings and handshakes between Mr Trump and other world leaders has left many wondering who could “_” his approach.
But for many observers, Mr Modi, an experienced _, has outdone that.
The Indian prime minister’s _ to hug global leaders goes back a long way.

He has been described as the most physically _ Indian leader in years”.

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5. demonstrative, has, propensity, hugger, his, beat

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Barack Obama – learn English

Barack Obama – learn English by filling in the gaps.
Barack Obama and _ family are enjoying a holiday in Indonesia, spending time white-water rafting _ visiting temples.
He arrived _ his wife and two daughters on the island of Bali before visiting an ancient Buddhist temple _ Java on Wednesday.
Mr Obama is a popular figure in Indonesia where his holiday _ received saturation press coverage.

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Regular verbs versus irregular verbs.

Learn English – regular verbs versus irregular verbs.

You add -ed to a verb to put it in the past tense; “talk” becomes “talked” “park” becomes “parked,” and “offend” becomes “offended”. When you make a verb past tense by adding -ed, it’s a regular verb. It’s the usual way we make things past tense.
English also has verbs that don’t follow this pattern: verbs such as “am,” which becomes “was”; “tell,” which becomes “told”; and “sing,” which becomes “sang.” These are called irregular verbs because they don’t follow the usual pattern.

British English uses irregular verbs more than American English, which is why they say “dreamt,” “burnt,” and “learnt” in Britain, and “dreamed,” “burned,” and “learned” in America.
There are over 370 irregular verbs used in modern English.
The verbs have, go, do, and be are irregular.
have has
go goes
do does
be is

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Learn English – fill in the gaps:

She’s _ global pop icon, they _ G20 leaders. So what happened when Rihanna tweeted some _ the world’s most powerful men _ talk about their commitment _ education _ the developing world?

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