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Using prepositions correctly in legal documents is always a challenge. Put your skills to test based on a contracting agreement.ObligationsObligations - B2
Obligations can be expressed in many different ways. Choose which of the following phrases are correct to describe an obligation in a contract.
This exercise is intended to practice terms related to construction. Match the nouns with the verbs to create a correct collocation as used in contracts.OppositesOpposite using in-un-il-dis - C2
Find the opposite of the adjective.
The usage of articles can be tricky in corporate documents. This test is designed to practice the usage of articles. Determine which article is necessary, if any.CollocationsMatching property law collocations - C1
Which verb collocate with the given noun? You have TWO choices in each case.
This set contains sentences you are likely to use for introducing yourself either personally or in a letter. Choose the most appropriate preposition.Here, There+prepositionHere/there+preposition - B2
You will see phrases where a part of it has to be replaced by "here/there+ preposition". Fill in the most appropriate one.
This exercise will help you learn and practice the typical time and money expressions. Set the right sequence to arrive at the time expression as used in contracts.oppositesOpposites Fill in the opposite - B2
Fill in the opposites of the term. For example, a person who is not aware of something is said to be unaware of it.
You will find phrases used with "basis" referring to frequency. Insert the right term to express the required frequency.Active - passivePassive-active - B2
English language contracts often use the passive voice. Transform the following sentences from active into passive as used in contracts
This is a letter of complaint concering some contstruction works. Please choose whether simple past of present perfect should be used in the sentences.GerundGerund-infinitive - B2
This is a letter of complaint concering some contstruction works. Please choose whether simple past of present perfect should be used in the sentences.
Determine which of the word connectors is correctusage of commaUsage of comma - C1
The comma may be missing in the following sentences. Decide if it is necessary and learn correc to use them correctly.
The usage of "to" or "for" may cause difficulties even to advanced users of legal English. Choose the right one in this quiz.TensesPresent perfect simple past - B2
This is a complete letter, subdivided to segments. Please choose whether simple past of present perfect should be used in the sentences.
This exercise will practice how to make references in text to a statement or information before or after the sentence in question. Find the best choice.ConditionUsage of if, in the event and in case - B2
Look at the differnce between the usage of "if", "in the event" and "in case". Choose the most appropriate one.