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English Sentences Correction with Examples

December 4, 2020

Here is the English Sentences Correction with Examples for preparation of job tests and exams.

English Sentences Correction with Examples
English Sentences Correction with Examples

Here is the English Sentences Correction with Examples for preparation of job tests and exams.


Wrong: I have visited Niagara Falls last weekend.
Right: I visited Niagara Falls last weekend.

Wrong: The woman which works here is from Japan.
Right: The woman who works here is from Japan.

Wrong: She’s married with a dentist.
Right: She’s married to a dentist.

Wrong: She was boring in the class.
Right: She was bored in the class.

Wrong: I must to call him immediately.
Right: I must call him immediately.

Wrong: Every students like the teacher.
Right: Every student likes the teacher.

Wrong: Although it was raining, but we had the picnic.
Right: Although it was raining, we had the picnic.

Wrong: I enjoyed from the movie.
Right: I enjoyed the movie.

Wrong: I look forward to meet you.
Right: I look forward to meeting you.

Wrong: I like very much ice cream.
Right: I like ice cream very much.

Wrong: She can to drive.
Right: She can drive.

English Sentences Correction with Examples

Wrong: Where I can find a bank?
Right: Where can I find a bank?

Wrong: I live in United States.
Right: I live in the United States.

Wrong: When I will arrive, I will call you.
Right: When I arrive, I will call you.

Wrong: I’ve been here since three months.
Right: I’ve been here for three months

English Sentences Correction with Examples

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Wrong: My boyfriend has got a new work.
Right: My boyfriend has got a new job. (or just “has a new job”)

Wrong: She doesn’t listen me.
Right: She doesn’t listen to me.

Wrong: You speak English good.
Right: You speak English well.

Wrong: The police is coming.
Right: The police are coming.

Wrong: The house isn’t enough big.
Right: The house isn’t big enough.

Wrong: You should not to smoke.
Right: You should not smoke.

Wrong: Do you like a glass of wine?
Right: Would you like a glass of wine?

Wrong: There is seven girls in the class.
Right: There are seven girls in the class.

Wrong: I didn’t meet nobody.
Right: I didn’t meet anybody.

Wrong: My flight departs in 5:00 am.
Right: My flight departs at 5:00

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