Make Sentence Perfect and Complete

  1. Combine the sentence as indicated in the bracket.
    He is lazy. He is clever. (Compound)
    (a) He is lazy and clever.
    (b) He is lazy but clever                                                                                (c) He is both and clever
    (d) He being clever is lazy.
  2. Correct the following sentence.
    Either of the two boys have stolen my pen.
    (a) Two boys have stolen my pen.
    (b) Either of the two boys has stolen my pen
    (c) Either of the two boys stole my pen.
    (d) Either of the two boys will steal my pen.
  3. Identify the plural form which is incorrect.
    (a) Commanders-in-chief
    (b) Mice
    (c) Son-in-laws
    (d) Men
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 21st October 2015 in English.
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  • 1 Answer(s)
    1. Answer: (b) He is lazy but clever

      The compound sentence:-
      He is lazy but clever.
      Hence, the answer is (b) He is lazy but clever.

    2. Answer: (b) Either of the two boys has stolen my pen

      The correct sentence:-
      Either of the two boys has stolen my pen.
      Hence, the answer is (b) Either of the two boys has stolen my pen.

    3. Answer: (c) Son – in – laws

      Plural incorrect:-
      Son- in – law
      Hence, the answer is (c) Son-in-laws.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 21st October 2015.
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