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Hello teachers! I ask you to check my answers. My answers are blue. Thanks in advance!

1. Have you still got (yestarday newspaper\yestarday's newspaper\yestardays' newspaper\the newspaper of yestarday/yestarday newspaper)?

2. Which/whom/whose/where the students in your group work hardest of all? [Should I use 'the'?]

3. She (may not know\may not have knew\might not knew\might not have known).

4. I expect the weather (is being\being\be\to be) good today.

5. The question was brought (out\in\over\down) at the conference.

6. Choose the correct sentence:

1. He just has left the room.

2. He has just left the room.

3. He has left the room just.

4. He has left just the room.

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Your answers are correct.

Yestarday Yesterday.

red train 5202. Which the students in your group work hardest of all? [Should I use 'the'?]

You can't use the by itself here. You could write "Which of the students in your group works hardest of all?" though it would change the meaning slightly.

red train 5203. She (may not know\may not have knew\might not knew\might not have known).

May not know and might not have known are both possible.

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I do not understand this task. Don't I need context and more details?

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№3:

I do not understand this task. Don't I need context and more details?

Yes. There are two grammatically possible answers, with different meanings.

Thanks a lot.

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