|1||A preposition is always followed by a "noun".|
TRUE, if by "noun" we include noun groups, pronouns, proper nouns etc.
|2||Phrasal verbs always consist of two words.|
FALSE "I can't put up with people who are always right. I just can't get on with them."
|3||The past tense of "must" is "musted".|
FALSE Must has no past tense. "I had to go to hospital yesterday."
|4||The verb "to think" is never used in continuous tenses.|
FALSE "I was thinking about what you said. I think you're right."
|5||Questions always use an auxiliary verb.|
FALSE "Am I right or am I right?"
|6||"Used to doing" and "used to do" mean approximately the same thing.|
FALSE "When I came to France I was not used to driving on the right but I soon got used to it. I am also used to driving on the left because I used to live in England."
|7||The word "people" is always uncountable.|
FALSE "The Germans and the French are two great peoples."
|8||The shortest possible sentence contains a subject, a verb and an object.|
|9||The main verb and the direct object are not normally separated.|
TRUE "He drives his car fast."
|10||The auxiliary verb "to do" is never used in the present simple affirmative.|
FALSE "I do apologise for being right."