These two adjectives (and their equivalent adverbs) are so difficult to use correctly.
I hope you have had a chance to read my vocabulary sheet.
In today’s exercise, you are going to practise making sentences using either efficient or effective.
Efficient or effective?
|be responsible for
Above is your smorgasbord of options for creating sentences. Your task is to pick one noun and one verb, and craft five sentences (or ten, if you’re feeling keen). Each sentence must contain either the word effective, or the word efficient, depending which one is appropriate in context.
For example, your sentence might be:
The UK does not have a very efficient transport system.
Of course you can make your sentences far longer and more elaborate than that!