McGraw-Hill Handbook of English Grammar and Usage, 2nd Edition
Perfect English Grammar: The Indispensable Guide to Excellent Writing and Speaking
Direction: Thoroughly examine each sentence. Write C for sentences you think are correct. Correcting an error could mean either taking a word/letter out or changing it to its correct version. In correcting the sentence, do not change the context/ meaning of the sentence. There is more than one error for items that have ** at the end.
1. Sally, from what province are you from? 2. That group of agents, are complaining about pay. 3. Casey and Brittany take up ballet last 1998. 4. Take advantage to our big, big discounts. 5. I explain to the police why did I make an illegal u-turn. ** 6. Please let me know if I miss any thing. ** 7. Had I not save my files, I would've been dead-meat on the presentation.** 8. The gift of having genuine people in my life is one of my greatest treasure. 9. We have 9 suites that has king-sized beds. 10. Our organization's goal is to save the planet Earth. Click here for answers:
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