A century ago, there were approximately 100,000 wild tigers worldwide.
Today, there are only about 3,500 remaining and they face persistent threats due to habitat loss and wildlife trafficking.
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The correct answer is (b) loses - congratulations to everyone who got it right! 'Loses' is a verb, pronounced /luːziz/ with the past tense 'lost' /lɒst/. 'Loose' is an adjective, pronounced /luːs/ - and it means the opposite of tight, so it can't be used to complete this sentence
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The answer to this quiz was (b) which. This is an example of a non-defining relative clause. We use a relative pronoun or adverb to start a non-defining relative clause: who, which, whose, when or where (but never 'that').
The answer to this quiz was (b) over. 'Over the moon' means very, very happy. It's an old expression, and can be found in this 18th century nursery rhyme:
'Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle,
The cow jumped over the moon....'
The answer to yesterday's quiz was (b) historic. Did you get it right? 'Historic' means important in history, whereas historical just means related to history - a historical event could be anything that happened in the past, whether it was important or not.
🌠A _______ is a bright object in space that has a tail of gas and dust.
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I'm so tired. I wish I _____ home earlier last night.
b) would have gone
c) had gone
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