Grammar is very important to all nurses. When a patient’s life is on the line, a simple slip of the tongue can make all the difference. Understanding grammar is a key part of having good communication skills for any job, but in the role of a nurse as the patient advocate, communication is especially important.
As ___, he forgot to bring his notebook to school.
He speaks neither English __ French.
___ do you call that in English?
The teacher explained ___
a. the lesson to the student.
b. the student the lesson.
He was charged ___ murder.
The storm prevented ___ on a picnic.
a. us to go
b. us from going
The students have no difficulty ___ the exercise.
a. in doing
b. to do
The committee comprises ___ with widely different views.
b. of men
A man’s concept of liberty is different from ___.
a. a woman
b. a woman’s
He objects ___ treated like a child.
a. to be
b. to being
I ___ here for three years.
a. am teaching
b. have been teaching
a. Can you give me ___ details, please?
Hijacking is considered a ___ serious crime than kidnapping.
Does he ___ his mother or father?
a. resemble to
The boy ___ father is a famous scientist has won the prize.
___ is a great virtue.
a. The wisdom
He typed ___
a. the report carefully.
b. carefully the report
___ he didn’t like her, he invited her out.
We ___ the pictures on the wall.
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