Grammar for law by Tim Aghotor

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About the Lecture

The lecture Grammar for law by Tim Aghotor is from the course Legal English (EN). It contains the following chapters:

  • The Usage of Articles
  • The Usage of Prepositions
  • The Usage of Pronouns
  • The Usage of Adjectives and Adverbs
  • The Usage of Nouns
  • The Present Tenses
  • The Past Tenses
  • The Usage of For and Since
  • Explaining Conditional 1 and 2
  • The Explanation of the Sentence Structure
  • The Usage of Relative Pronouns
  • Summary

Included Quiz Questions

  1. person.
  2. place.
  3. thing.
  4. country.
  5. meaning of a word.
  1. Legally
  2. Expeditiously
  3. Tediously
  4. Solely
  5. Reasonly
  1. ... bigger ...
  2. ... big ...
  3. ... biggest ...
  4. ... being like ...
  5. ... before ...
  1. Man
  2. Black
  3. Big
  4. Tall
  5. Red
  1. Later
  2. From
  3. To
  4. Between
  5. After
  1. It is used when something has been mentioned before.
  2. It is used to express something that is unique.
  3. It is used when mentioning something for the first time.
  4. It is used when there is a vowel sound.
  5. It is used when there is a consonant sound.
  1. Wealth
  2. Time
  3. Jury
  4. Government
  5. Committee

Author of lecture Grammar for law

 Tim  Aghotor

Tim Aghotor


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