Sentence correction

English language learning: Grammar, Composition, Vocabulary & Pronunciation

 

Read the examples of sentence correction below.

  • Friend you need is out of the city.
    Person you need is out of the city.
  • Still I like you.
    Yet I like you.
  • He who does not fear death die only once.
    He who does not fear death dies only once.


  • If you don’t feel well go and lay down.
    If you are not feeling well go and lay down.
  • They are cutting jokes to me.
    They are cutting jokes on me.
  • I heard my teacher to say so.
    I heard my teacher saying so.
  • The condition of the patient is very bad today.
    Condition of the patient is worse today.
    Condition of the patient is bad today.
  • He enjoys to hurt others.
    He enjoys hurting others.
  • Ten miles are long distance.
    Ten miles is a long distance.
  • The judge passed order for his release.
    The judge ordered for his release.
  • Let her and I do this work.
    Let her and I do this work.
  • The rain will cease after a little while.
    The rain will stop after a little while.
  • Rich are happy but poor are unhappy.
    Richs are happy but poors are unhappy.
  • The girl is very poor to pay her dues.
    The girl is too poor to pay her dues.
  • Everybody will get their share.
    Everybody will get his share.
  • The sun rises from the east.
    The sun rises in the east.
  • He cannot read and write.
    He can neither read nor write.
  • I have read the Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
    I have read Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
  • Umar is the most tallest boy in the class.
    Umar is the tallest boy in the class.
  • Do not find faults with everybody.
    Do not find faults in everybody.
  • The teacher enquired who went out.
    The teacher enquired who had gone out.
  • Who did you meet on the way?
    Whom did you meet on the way?
  • The master as well as the servant were drowned.
    The master as well as the servant was drowned.
  • The oil and the water don’t mix.
    Oil and water don’t mix.
  • Lahore is London of Pakistan.
    Lahore is the London of Pakistan.
  • He is taller than me.
    He is taller than I.
  • He told me that he is going to college.
    He told me that he was going to college.
  • Why you are still here?
    Why are you still here?
  • He is very obliged to me.
    He is obliged to me.
  • The rose smells sweetly.
    Rose smells sweet.
  • It will not be long till the college re-opens.
    It will not be long that the college re-opens.
  • From which hand do you write with?
    Which hand do you write with?
  • She was trembling with cold.
    She was shivering with cold.
  • I asked him that what he was doing.
    I asked him what he was doing.
  • Zahid took revenge from his enemy.
    Zahid revenged his enemy.
  • The water is changed into steam by heat.
    Water changes into steam by heat.
  • Each of the five students were present.
    Each of the five students was present.
  • Neither of us like him.
    None of us likes him
  • He hanged the calendar by the wall.
    He hung the calendar by the wall.
  • None of us like the idea.
    None of us likes the idea
  • The car together with all its spare parts are sold.
    The car and its spare parts are sold.
  • He aims to please everybody.
    He aims to please everyone.
  • The boy and the girl sings.
    The boy and the girl sing.
  • I am a teacher who seek my student’s welfare.
    I am a teacher who seeks student’s welfare.
  • Ninety rupees are quite a large sum for this book.
    Ninety rupees is quite a large sum for this book.
  • The news of his death were a shock for his friends.
    The news of his death was a shock for his friends.
  • He absented from the class.
    He was absent from the class.
  • I have no objection against this scheme.
    I have no objection on this scheme.
  • The wages of sin are death.
    The wages of sin is death (from Bible)
  • This is the most perfect film.
    This is the perfect film.
  • I doubt that he will pass.
    I doubt he will pass.
  • Good many boys were there.
    Many boys were there.


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