- Auxiliary verbs
- Personal Pronouns
- Relative Pronouns
- Possessive Adjectives
- Either the verb or the particle of phrasal verbs
- Linking words or phrases
- Fixed expressions
You will pass the exam, as __________ as you study hard.
(a) What type of word is missing? Is it an expression? In the context of the sentence, which word is most appropriate? See below for the answer.
- Each question is worth one mark.
- Complete each gap with ONE word.
- Read the text quickly to get an idea of what it is about before starting to complete it.
- Decide what type of word is needed (preposition, pronoun, etc.) in each gap.
- Check that the sentence makes sense.
The missing word is "long" from the expression "as long as". This expression has three meanings depending on the context:
- During the time that: I'll study as long as I need to.
- Since: As long as I study, I'll pass my exams.
- On the condition that: You will pass your exams as long as you study hard.