PRACTICE MATERIAL FOR THE CORRECTION OF ERRORS

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PRACTICE MATERIAL FOR THE CORRECTION OF ERRORS

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:15 am

NOUN


1. The hairs of his head are white. (hair is)
2. There are plenty of fishes in this pond. (fish)
3. He gave us good advices. (pieces of advice)
4. She said her prayer in the morning. (prayers)
5. Furnitures are being taken out of the room. (furniture)
6. The news are not true. (is)
7. I have learnt two poetries by heart. (poems)
8. Foods are necessary for life. (food is)
9. He had a bag of rices. (rice)
10. Americans are clever peoples. (people)
11. Politics are my chief interest. (is)
12. Many gold is found in Africa. (much)
13. The sceneries were very charming. (scenery was)
14. The hunter killed four deers. (deer)
15. This cattle is mine. (these are)
16. He had forty heads of cattle. (head)
17. These cattles are mine. (cattle)
18. He gave me many advices. (pieces of advice)
19. He bought some fruits at Murree. (fruit)
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PRONOUN

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:17 am

PRONOUN


1. Every one did their duty honestly. (his)
2. It was Ali that did it. (who)
3. Many villagers cannot write his own name. (their)
4. Kalim is more honest than us. (we)
5. Give some books to him and I. (me)
6. One should do his duty honesty. (one’s)
7. The boy you met in the cafeteria he is my cousin. (--)
8. He is the man who you can trust. (whom)
9. You are as tall as him. (he)
10. It is me. (I)
11. These pens are for you and for I. (me)
12. I am your sincerely. (yours)
13. Who do you want to see? (whom)
14. Many soldiers lost his life. (their)
15. Little children love each other. (one
another)
16. He should keep one’s promise. (his)
17. You are taller than him. (he)
18. All passengers must show his ticket. (their)
19. Of the two men lying in the hospital, every one is recovering.
(each)
20. I and he are business partners.
21. I have no objection to your going there. (on)
22. This is the bird who sings. (that)
23. I know the boy who you suspect. (whom)
24. Let each do their duty. (his)


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25. He placed the chair in the corner of the room which he had
bought for Rs.600.
26. It was Ahmad that did it.
27. Let I and you go there.
28. Every one raised their hands.
29. He absented from the class yesterday.
30. I should avail of this chance.
31. This is the same mistake which you made before.
32. This is the same man who came yesterday.
33. This is the same book which is yours.
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ADJECTIVE

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:19 am

ADJECTIVE

1. He is senior than Akram.
2. Give me a ten rupees note.
3. Health is more preferable than riches.
4. You must help the poors.
5. He is more cleverer than his friend.
6. This pen is more superior than that.
7. This horse is the most swiftest of all.
8. He is the cleverest of any boy in the class.
9. You are his older brother.
10. He bought two dozens eggs.
11. He is senior than you.
12. He is the most best student in the class.
13. He is more stronger than your brother.
14. He has not got some bread.
15. He is stronger of the two.
16. Bring me any water to drink.
17. Rich should help poor.
18. Your brother was junior than Saleem.
19. This cloth is inferior than that.
20. He is senior than me.
21. Of the two he is the best.
22. This is the most ideal house.
23. Socrates was one of the wiser men who ever lived.
24. Are you the taller girl in the class.
25. The job is more worse than I expected.
26. He is more cleverer than his friend.
27. The student who want to win a prize they should work hard.
28. She is more wiser than I.
29. He is my older brother.
30. Knowledge is more preferable to riches.
31. Zaki and Arshad both play cricket.
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ARTICLE

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:20 am

ARTICLE

1. True Muslims read Holy Quran every day.
2. The man is mortal.
3. He got a first prize.
4. Sun rises in the east.
5. He slept whole night.
6. He ordered servant to leave room.
7. The health is the wealth.
8. The mankind should love the nature.
9. Indus is the largest river in Pakistan.
10. She got a second prize.
11. He is a best boy in the class.
12. Did you like Pakistan Times then?
13. Your friend is a M.A.
14. He wrote a best book.
15. He is a S.D.O.
16. Horse is a useful animal.
17. Do not make noise.
18. I play the hockey.
19. The honesty is the best policy.
20. Sun warms earth.
21. A ship sank in Indian Ocean.
22. More we get, more we desire.
23. Will you stay here for few days?
24. Jehlum flows through a lovely valley.
25. Little money is better than none.
26. I am glad I have little time left.
27. He is richest person in city.
28. Do you have appointment with doctor?
29. He said that she was silly woman.
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PREPOSITION

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:24 am

PREPOSITION

1. I congratulated him for his success.
2. The train will arrive on 11 a.m.
3. There are many birds on this tree.
4. Dr. Arshad presided on the function.
5. I have been working for two hours.
6. The dacoits set the house to fire.
7. He has a decent house to live.
8. He resembles with his father.
9. He sat on a tree.
10. He lives at Lahore.
11. Come in my house with me.
12. Have you applied the post of the inspector?
13. I pitied on him.
14. He is senior than me.
15. Our school is built by bricks.
16. He walked ten miles by foot.
17. In the way I met an old friend.
18. He comes off a noble family.
19. Saleh lives in Samanabad at Lahore.
20. Do not write with ink.
21. We met him in the way.
22. He was ill from fever.
23. He is like a brother for me.
24. Divide the money between three persons.
25. A noble man prefers death than dishonour.
26. The patient has been operated.
27. My claim is prior than yours.
28. The door is being knocked.
29. It is half past eight in my watch.
30. A nurse attended to her when she was in hospital.
31. The beggars live for charity.
32. To where are you going?
33. A knife is to cut.
34. They divided the money between themselves.
35. He died from cancer.
36. He lives at Lahore.
37. He is blind from one eye.
38. He was very kind on me.
39. Mr. Merryweather was angry on his daughter.
40. She was getting late from college.
41. He goes on his work.
42. Send this letter on my address.
43. They are called with different names.
44. Are you connected in this new scheme?
45. He entered in an argument.
46. Every one should pray God.
47. He has a family to work.
48. I ordered for a cold drink.
49. I have been reading for over six hours.
50. No one can depend his work.
51. It is dangerous to overtake on a corner.
52. She is sick of fever.
53. He has left the place with baggage and baggage.
54. They named the baby as Babur.
55. She called him as a coward.
56. The subject of my paper is about Air Pollution.
57. Our exam begins from Wednesday.
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VERB

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:25 am

VERB

1. Iron finds in many places.
2. The group is consisted of ten members.
3. He asked me did I know him?
4. Since when you have been sitting here?
5. How you managed to come here?
6. I ran as fast as I could run.
7. I do not know where was he at that time.

SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT

1. Neither he nor his friend have done their duty.
2. The enemy were advancing at a great speed.
3. A number of houses has collapsed.
4. Nothing but poems please him.
5. None but the experts knows this.
6. Five miles are a long distance for an old man.
7. He is one of those who always succeeds.
8. A man and his wife has come here just now.
9. Each of the students were fined.
10. Love beget love.
11. Two and two makes four.
12. One of the students is absent.
13. None of the speakers have come.
14. The United Nations have done nothing to help the people of
Kashmir.
15. Gold and silver is precious metals.
16. Neither of them were invited to the party.
17. Drinking and gambling ruin one’s life.
18. The pizza and the sandwich looks good.
19. The decreasing number of births have been attributed to family
planning.
20. Evil and suffering has always troubled man.
21. There was a man and a woman waiting for you.
22. None but the brave deserve the fair
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TENSES

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:27 am

TENSES

1. It is raining since noon.
2. I am sitting here for hours.
3. I have received your letter yesterday.
4. When you will come I will vacate your room.
5. I would do it if I was you.
6. If she would have worked hard, she would have passed.
7. I am ill for two days.
8. Valentina had been born in 1927.
9. We went to Lahore tomorrow.
10. If he will come, I shall help him.
11. Babur has founded the Moghal Empire.
12. I did not yet finish the work.
13. The man who lived here had died yesterday.
14. We have swam for over one hour.

SEQUENCE OF TENSES
1. He said that honesty was the best policy.
2. He asked me what is my name.
3. I asked you whether you will join our party.
4. I did not know what he is doing.
5. He told me that he cannot help me.
6. He said that he will play.
7. The witness swore that this is false.
8. She is here yesterday.
9. I thought he has his notebook.
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ADVERB

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:29 am

ADVERB

1. I am too glad to meet you.
2. He is too happy today.
3. I am much grateful to you.
4. He speaks loud.
5. I shall come much early.
6. It is much hot today.
7. Prince Ali Khan was so rich.
8. I am too tired of reading this book.
9. He is working good.
10. I am very surprised at the news.
11. I am much sorry to hear this.
12. I was little vexed at having failed.
13. You are not clever to do it.
14. There are many accidents because people drive fastly.
15. She knows how to play the piano.
16. They know to swim.

INFINITIVE

1. Let him to go there.
2. He dares not to speak against me.
3. He told me to stop to work.
4. The ailing patient had better to go to the doctor.

GERUND

1. I cannot help but laugh.
2. She could not help to go there.
3. Pakistanis are desirous to go to Bosnia.
4. He is addicted to smoke.
5. Let us aim to do it.
6. He persisted to go there.
7. He is not capable to do this job.
8. I am looking forward to see Europe.
WRONG WORD
1. Two boys sank in the river.
2. The picture was hanged on the wall.
3. He denied to do what he was told.
4. The principal made a speech.
5. Children should be taught to say the truth.
6. He asked for some blotting.
7. See this word in the dictionary.
8. The hen has lain an egg.
9. Do not speak a lie.
10. He laid in the bed till late in the morning.
11. I want to lend your book.
12. Please borrow me your book.
13. I hope he will die.
14. Time and tide wait for no man.
15. My father found this school.
16. Have you taken admission?
17. The choice of our new home was selected by my mother.
18. The teacher gave us a test.
19. His wife delivered a male child.
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CONJUNCTION

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:31 am

CONJUNCTION

1. Either you or he have cheated me.
2. Either he is wrong or his friend.
3. Unless you do not walk fast, you can’t catch the train.
4. Neither he comes nor writes
5. He cannot pass until he does not work hard.
6. She could not help to shed tears.
7. He either eats apples or oranges.
8. Men work because they may earn a living.
9. Until the world lasts, the earth will go round the sun.
10. He took medicine because he might get well.
11. Either the clerk nor the clerk failed in their duty.
12. He took medicine because might get well.
13. Unless you do not work hard, you will fail.

PARTICIPLE
1. Barking furiously he led the dog out of the room.
2. Being a little boy my father often whipped me.

MISCELLANEOUS

1. Do not take parts in politics.
2. He made friends with a bad boy.
3. Please put your sign here.
4. He took out his shoes.
5. Mr. M.A. Jinnah Esq.
6. He is our mutual friend.
7. I asked him how you were and he replied that I am feeling
feverish.
8. He stopped on the way for taking lunch.
9. I have not any money to buy books.
10. He who seeks finds.
11. He is my cousin brother.
12. The house’s doors have been painted green.
13. I hate these kinds of men.
14. I am hopeless to pass.
15. He told the judge Sir I am not guilty.
16. Of what you are talking?
17. I have no any money to buy books.
18. The two brothers love one another.
19. Hindus are no good people.
20. The cows are grazing there.
21. He went directly to the principal.
22. Rex did not know swimming.
23. I was went directly to my officer.
24. I like reading and to write .
25. Do you sing? Yes, I don’t.
26. I shall be able to go after a week.
27. Is the principal in? Yes, he is out.
28. She was plucked up in English.
29. Who the gods love die young.
30. Whatever you are doing?
31. The plane crashed soon after taking off.
32. The officer ordered a rounding up of the miscreants.
33. His house is as well furnished as his friend.
34. The wages of an American worker are higher than his
counterpart in England.
35. My friend writes that he will help me in his last letter.
36. He finished his day’s work the same time as always.
37. He did not say nothing.
38. The voice of a woman is softer than a man.
39. He looked at the tree he had felled with his hands in his pockets.
40. The method of selection was by questioning the candidates
carefully.
41. His habits are like his friend.
42. I do not know where was he at that time.
43. He applied to his studies.
44. Why you went there without prior permission.
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