Elementary Grammar Test 54
Test # 54
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Benefits of Swiss Chard
A Few Quick Serving Ideas
Toss penne pasta with olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and cooked Swiss chard. Add zest to omelets and frittatas by adding some boiled Swiss chard. Use chard in place of or in addition to spinach when preparing vegetarian lasagna. Swiss chard is not indigenous to Switzerland, but is named after the Swiss botanist, Koch, who first gave it its scientific name.
Quantitative Aptitude Test
Sleep and wake are verbs (although we usually use "wake up" for when you stop sleeping, and "go to sleep" for the moment when you begin sleeping): My kids go to sleep at 10 PM. I slept during the 6-hour flight. I wake up at 7 AM and I have to be at work by 8. Yesterday I woke up late because my alarm didn't go off.
You can also use wake up for the action of making someone else stop sleeping: Don't talk so loudly! You'll wake up the baby! Your sister is taking a short nap. Can you wake her up in about 20 minutes? Awake and asleep are adjectives. Use them with the verb to be: He's awake. = He isn't sleeping. He's asleep. = He is sleeping.
It's common to use the expressions stay awake / stay up (to continue awake) and fall asleep (to begin sleeping): On New Year's Eve, my children stay awake until midnight. I always fall asleep in history class - it's so boring!
Verbal Reasoning Quiz - Mind Game