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This English grammar test package will help you learn new phrases, idioms, expressions and grammar structures every single day. And you won't even have to cram any grammar rules or vocabulary words into your head. Instead, you will be absorbing bits and pieces of the English language almost without realizing it.
You will see 10 complete sentences.

Each sentence contains 3 or 4 underlined parts.
In one of the underlined parts there is an error.
The underlined parts are again listed below each sentence.

Your task is twofold:

  • Click on the error — (a) (b) (c) or (d).

  • In the box marked «Your entry» you should insert the correct word or phrase.

Example: I went to the library to get as many information as I could.

(a) to
(b) as many — This is the error.
(c) as

Your entry: as much

Answer: I went to the library to get as much information as I could.

(The word «information» is an uncountable noun and should be used with «much» not with «many»).

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