English: Sentence Corrections Set 50

Directions: Each of the question below contains a sentence written in three/four different ways. Choose the option which contains the sentence written in most appropriate way.

  1. Make haste or you will be late.
    Make haste and you will be late.
    Make haste yet you will be late.
    You will be late or make haste.
    Option A

     

  2. I have a lot of work; therefore I must do it now.
    I have a lot of work for I must do it now.
    I must do it now yet I have a lot of work.
    I have a lot of work which I must do now.
    Option A

     

  3. Though the man is poor, he is happy.
    The man is poor, he is happy.
    The man is poor and happy.
    The man is poor, therefore he is happy.
    Option D

     

  4. You may stay here or go home.
    you go home but stay here.
    you may stay here and go home.
    you may stay here yet go home.
    Option A

     

  5. The teacher is neither regular nor sincere.
    The teacher neither is regular nor sincere.
    Neither the teacher is regular nor sincere.
    The teacher is not neither regular or sincere.
    Option A

     

  6. The old man neither drinks coffee nor drink tea.
    The old man drinks neither coffee nor tea.
    Neither the old man drink coffee nor tea.
    The old man does not neither drink coffee nor tea.
    Option B

     

  7. The boy is not only very healthy but also very happy.
    The boy not only is very healthy but also very happy.
    Not only the boy is very healthy but also very happy.
    The boy who is very healthy is also very happy.
    Option A
    Very healthy = adjective phrase ; very happy = adjective phrase.

     

  8. Not only the artists will sing for us but also dance for us.
    The artists will not only sing for us but also dance for us.
    The artist will not sing not only for us but also dance for us.
    All are correct.
    Option B

     

  9. I have left either my mobile on the bus or in the office.
    I have left my mobile either on the bus or in the office.
    Either I have left my mobile on the bus or in the office.
    All are correct.
    Option B
    Qualifying adverb phrase “on the bus” and “in the office.”

     

  10. Socrates was both arrested and put in prison.
    Socrates both was arrested and put in prison.
    Both Socrates was arrested and put put in prison.
    All are correct.
    Option B

     




 

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6 Thoughts to “English: Sentence Corrections Set 50”

  1. prashant vishwakarma

    socrats??

  2. Bad girl 😎 😎

    tanku 🙁

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