1.Can you say "I'm off home off now" meaning I'm not at home? Does that make sense? The second off is unecessary.
2.When do you use can and when do you use could?
could is a more polite form of modal verb. Example: Could you do me a favor?
3. Do you say "ought not to" or "ought to not"? ought not to
4. Does a couple of years necessarily mean that they are only two?
No. It means pair. It can be several pairs, Example: Can you lend me a couple of dollars?
5. 1. I will go to the country tomorrow if it.....fine.
(B) will be
(D) had been
I think this one is either a or b
6. 2..........a lion, he would be frightened.
(A) If he sees
(B) If he had seen
(C) Unless he see
(D) Were he to see
I know that c is wrong but where is the right one in the other three?
7. The match....yet.
(A) didn't start
(B) hasn't started
(C) doesn't start
(D) won't start
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