Correct words in bracket

English language learning: Grammar, Composition, Vocabulary & Pronunciation

 

Correct form of the words in the bracket. There may either be inflection or derivation.

  • (imagine) evils are incurable.
    Imagined evils are incurable.
  • Wrong life cannot be lived (right).
    Wrong life cannot be lived rightly.
  • I really get (frustrate) if people not smile.
    I really get frustrated if people not smile.
  • The important thing is not to stop (question).
    The important thing is not to stop questioning.
  • Youth is (easy) deceived.
    Youth is easily deceived.



  • She is (wear) a new felt hat.
    She is wearing a new felt hat.
  • Most of the wars are (fight) only for loaves and fish.
    Most of the wars are fought only for loaves and fish.
  • We have (have) our tea.
    We have had our tea.
  • As soon as I saw he had (leave) the room.
    As soon as I saw he had left the room.
    .
  • Your parents are (worry) about you.
    Your parents are worried about you.
  • I once saw a man (walk) on the rope.
    I once saw a man walking on the rope.
  • Books (read) in childhood seem like old friends.
    Books read in childhood seem like old friends.
  • Here are your shoes. I just (cleaned) them.
    Here are your shoes. I just cleaned them.
  • Did you think you (see) me before?
    Did you think you saw me before?
  • When he (have) his dinner he went to bed.
    When he had his dinner he went to bed.
  • I (receive) your letter yesterday.
    I received your letter yesterday
  • It (be) Eid the next month.
    It is Eid the next month.
  • These cars are (solid) made.
    These cars are solidly made.
  • There are some (irregular) in the accounts.
    There are some irregularity in the accounts.
  • He grasped him (firm) by the arm.
    He grasped him firmly by the arm.
  • I shouldn’t do it if I (be) you.
    I shouldn’t do it if I were you.
  • The sun (shine) when we went out.
    The sun was shining when we went out.
  • The (offend) driver received a large fine.
    The offensive driver received a large fine.
  • I (grateful) took the cup of coffee she offered me.
    I gratefully took the cup of coffee she offered me.
  • He is the (old) player in the team.
    He is the oldest player in the team.
  • Does he (enjoy) pop music?
    Does he enjoy pop music?
  • These old houses are (build) of stones.
    These old houses are built of stones.
  • Tom (practice) music since morning.
    Tom had been practicing music since morning.
  • I (shock) to see him in such a condition.
    I was shocked to see him in such a condition.
  • I have been (play) tennis since last year.
    I have been playing tennis since last year.
  • The exercise (comprise) three questions.
    The exercise comprises three questions.
  • A man (run) a thorn into foot.
    A man ran a thorn into foot.
  • You mustn’t get up until your temperature (go down).
    You mustn’t get up until your temperature goes down.
  • This information is of a (late) than that.
    This information is of a later than that.
  • His leg (hurt) in an accident.
    His leg are hurt in an accident.
  • He sat on (earth) floor.
    He sat on earthen floor.
  • I have been very tired (late).
    I have been very tired lately.
  • (Does) my sister and I look alike?
    Do my sister and I look alike?
  • I took you that you (will) find it difficult.
    I took you that you would find it difficult.
  • (Do) he take you with him to the zoo last time?
    Does he take you with him to the zoo last time?
  • I am (worry) about it.
    I am worried about it.
  • The thief was brought to (booked) by the police.
    The thief was brought to book by the police.
  • She (behold) the fist (rise).
    She beheld the fist rise.
  • He (fell) the tree.
    He had fellen the tree.
  • The water level has (fall) in the dams.
    The water level has fallen in the dams.
  • I (work) in this university since 2001.
    I have been working in this university since 2001.
  • We (not pay) the shopkeeper last month.
    We did not pay the shopkeeper last month.
  • It scorched my face as if it (be) fire.
    It scorched my face as if it was fire.
  • Ethics (be) the science of duty.
    Ethics is the science of duty.
  • I asked her if she (will) come to the pictures.
    I asked her if she would come to the pictures.
  • He made (force) entry into my room.
    He made forced entry into my room.
  • Akram has a (ghost) figure.
    Akram has a ghostly figure.
  • Inam had to (fled) to his country.
    Inam had to flee to his country.
  • His vision is (defect), he can’t see clearly.
    His vision is defective, he can’t see clearly.
  • (Jealous) is an evil passion.
    Jealousy is an evil passion.


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