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OET Grammar Mixed 1

If you are here on this page by chance, you are fortunate, because, grammar is the backbone of any language exam. Just know this, an OET assessor is not a medical professional. Then? Just an English language expert with some working medical knowledge. Being English experts, these assessors primarily see the grammatical errors you commit. That means, any “silly” linguistic error you commit is seriously taken!

Learn Grammar with Ease! No rules, no definitions!

English Melon Grammar has no heavy rules and definitions. You will see examples from medical work-places that are familiar to you!

  • Question of

    Mr Parker ______ the above mentioned surgery two days ago.

    • has undergone
    • underwent
    • had undergone
  • Question of

    Ms Lee is _____ discharged today.

    • be
    • been
    • being
  • Question of

    Well, Ms Steffie, _____ reduce smoking by half for a month?

    • can you able to
    • can you
    • are you can
  • Question of

    During the postoperative period, Mr Parker _____ weight.

    • gained
    • had gained
    • has gained
  • Question of

    Since he refused to comply with ____, his doctor refused to treat him.

    • advise
    • advice

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