Sentence Correction Part 2 Online Test

The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes I hope to show you that neither ducking nor disgust have spoiled my appetite.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes : Perhaps a word or two is added on the dignity of the persons or the boldness of style.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes Everybody were packing up, prepared to fly at once.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect; there may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes Please excuse John’s absence from school being kept at home on account of a bad cold.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes Having seen the remarkable phenomenon of a total solar eclipse as well as that of the mid night sun a letter on these subjects may be acceptable to your readers.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes He slipped and fell, twisting his legs causing a serious fracture to one of them.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes Provisions grew extravagantly dear and being unattainable by the poorer people starvation reigned in the homes of thousands.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes Opening the bag instead of a hare a cat jumped out.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes The ass stumbled in water and most of the salt melted, this making the load lighter.
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The following sentence is grammatically incorrect. There may be more than one mistake. Examine the sentence and mark:- (a)If there is one mistake (b)If there are two mistakes (c)If there are three mistakes (d)If there are four mistakes (e)If there are five mistakes One of the most distinguished men of his times, his life was a life of deep seclusion.
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An AP Course in English Language and Composition engages students in becoming skilled readers of prose written in a variety of rhetorical contexts, and in becoming skilled writers who compose for a variety of purposes. This test is to enable students to read complex texts with understanding and to write prose of sufficient richness and complexity to communicate effectively with mature readers. While the AP English Language and Composition course assumes that students already understand and use Standard English Grammar, it also reflects the practice of reinforcing writing conventions at every level. Therefore, this test contains multiple-choice questions on usage to reflect the link between grammar and style. The intense concentration on language use in the test enhances students’ ability to use grammatical conventions appropriately and to develop stylistic maturity in their prose. With the help of this test an AP student shall greatly benefit and can evaluate his level as far as English language is concerned. This short test is prepared in the multiple choice format, specially designed for students taking AP test in English Language.

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Thanks for the patience
Wow! The Englishteachersvn team is obliged to you all for attempting this test. For those who need improvement reach us at (Vinodita Sankhyan) vinoditasankhyan@yahoo.com and (Namrata Arora) namrataaro@gmail.com

3411 days 3 hours 26 minutes ago

anju joshi

dis test needs a lot of patience......

3458 days 17 hours 32 minutes ago

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