OET Serious Mistakes Part 61

OET Serious Mistakes Part 61 by Tjiu Antony
OET Serious Mistakes Part 61

OET Serious Mistakes Part 61

Topics:

  • Is the noun heart attack is countable or uncountable?
  • In specific contexts, uncountable nouns can become the uncountable plural nouns.
  • Do diseases need to be capitalised?
  • In general, do not capitalise the names of diseases, disorders, therapies, treatments, theories, concepts, hypotheses, principles, models, and statistical procedures.
  • How to hyphenate a compound adjective?
  • Use of apostrophe to show possession. It is essential to put the apostrophe in the correct place, either before the ‘s’ or after the ‘s’, depending on whether the subject is singular or plural.
  • When to use ‘could you possibly?’
  • Which preposition should you use after the verb ‘prefer’?
  • Use of ‘to infinitives’.
  • Use of Non-continuous verbs or verbs that cannot be used in continuous forms.
  • Use of V3 after ‘be’.
  • Difference of woman and women.

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Q.1

  1. He had a heart attack for 2018.
  2. He has had heart attack since 2018.
  3. He had a heart attack in 2018.
  4. He had had  a heart attack in 2018.

Q.2

  1. The risk of heart attack is more than doubled for women with diabetes.
  2. The risk of a heart attack is more than doubled for women with diabetes.
  3. The risk of heart attack is more than doubled for woman with diabetes.

Q.3 

  1. He has had Dementia and Stroke since 2010 and 2012 respectively.
  2. He has had dementia and stroke since 2012 and 2010.
  3. He has had dementia and stroke since 2012 and 2010 respectively.

Q.4

  1. This condition requires urgent treatment.
  2. This condition requires an urgent treatment.
  3. This condition requires a urgent treatment.

Q.5  

  1. She may require follow-up treatment.
  2. She may require follow up treatment.
  3. She may require a follow-up treatment.
  4. She may require the follow-up treatment.

Grammar Challenge 295

  1. Nothing could heal the pain of her son’s death.
  2. Nothing could heal the pain of sons’ death.

Grammar Challenge 296

  1. Could you possibly tell me the way to the station.
  2. Could you tell me the way to the station.

Grammar Challenge 297

  1. I prefer to use herbal remedies when I have a cold.
  2. I prefer  using herbal remedies when I have a cold.
  3. I prefer to using herbal remedies when I have a cold.

Grammar Challenge 298

  1. You look cold.
  2. You are looking cold.

Grammar Challenge 299

  1. He seems to be immune to colds.
  2. He seems to immune to colds.

Grammar Challenge 300

  1. The vaccine would make infants immune to bacteria that can be cause middle ear infections.
  2. The vaccine would make infants immune to bacteria that can cause middle ear infection.
OET Serious Mistakes Part 61

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