|In racket sports, the service line is: The line which runs parallel to the baseline and it is halfway between this one and the net. The line which defines two equal service boxes. A little mark which divides the baseline into two halves. The most external and lateral limit of the tennis court.
The table tennis uses: A racket with a solid and perforated surface. A racket with strings with a 21-25 kg of tension. A racket with a solid surface made of wood and rubber. A racket with strings.
Sport that uses a racket to smash a shuttlecock: Table tennis. Paddle. Tennis. Badminton.
Defensive shot which passes by the opponent at the net. Drive. Passing shot. Smash. Slice.
Set: Smallest unit of scoring during a match. Scoring term indicating zero. Scoring unit consisting of six games. Scoring situation when a player wins the first point after a deuce.
In a game, score of 40-40: Match point. Tiebreak. Deuce. Advantage.
Movement of the ball after hitting on the ground: Spin. Bounce. Deuce. Return.
Surface made of crushed shale, stone, brick or grained natural rock: Tartan court. Grass court. Ash court. Clay court.
We _________ paddle tennis every Tuesday. Have been playing. Plays. Had been playing. Play.
They _________ in Tokyo for three years when he lost the final match. Lived. Have been living. Had been living. Live.
We _________ since 7 o'clock. Had practised. Has been practising. Have been practising. Practise.
She _________ in the tennis club for five years and she wants to retire. Worked. Works. Had been working. Has been working.
I _________ all day, so I didn't want to go out. Had train. Was training. Train. Had been training.
To emphasise the duration or the continuous aspect of an action that started in the past and is still valid in the present, we used: Present perfect continuous. Past perfect continuous. Present perfect. Present continuous.
To talk about repeated activities which started in the past and still continue now, we use: Present continuous. Past perfect continuous. Present perfect. Present perfect continuous.
The past perfect continuous is used: To talk about repeated activities which started in the past and still continue now. To talk about something that started in the past and continued up until another point in the past. To talk about an activity that started in the past and is still valid at the moment. To talk about a finished activity in the recent past, but focusing on the activity.
The preposition in is used: With countries, cities, towns and villages. With specific locations, some buildings (bank, hospital?) and events. To express a floor in a house. To mark an exact position.
The preposition on is used: To express a floor in a house. With enclosed natural spaces. With countries, cities, towns and villages. With specific locations, some buildings (bank, hospital?) and events.
The preposition at is used: With specific locations, some buildings (bank, hospital?) and events. With countries, cities, towns and villages. To express a floor in a house. With water masses.
My name is _________ the top of the page. Into. In. At. On.
I live _________ to the train station. In. At. Next. On.
The ball is _________ of you. After. On. Front. In.
We rented an apartment _________ Bilbao. In front of. At. In. On.
Cats love to sit _________ boxes. Next. Into. Until. Before.
If you agree with the terms, please, sign the form _________ the end of the page. Into. At. On. In.