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Error Detection Nouns and Pronouns Exercise Part-1 English Grammar

NOUNS AND NOUN PHRASES 01. INCORRECT - We have received no Information’s. 01. CORRECT - We have received no Information. 02. INCORRECT - Politics are not meant for me. 02. CORRECT - Politics are not meant for me. 03. INCORRECT - He was troubled by this news. 03. CORRECT - He was troubled by this news. 04. INCORRECT - We saw beautiful scrivener in Kashmir. 04. CORRECT -  We saw beautiful scenery in Kashmir. 05. INCORRECT - I will take care of your luggage’s. 05. CORRECT - I will take care of your luggage. 06. INCORRECT - Gymnastics are given a lot of importance in our school. 06. CORRECT - Gymnastics is given a lot of importance in our school. 07. INCORRECT - There were no breads in the shop. 07. CORRECT - There were no bread in the shop. 08. INCORRECT - We have bought some new furniture’s. 08. CORRECT - We have bought some new furniture. 09. INCORRECT - Please excuse the troubles. 09. CORRECT - Please excuse me for the trouble. 10. INCORRECT - The blinds need our support. 10. CORRECT -

May, Might, Used To, Ought to, Must, Need, Dare - English grammar | Part- 2

May, Might, Used To, Ought to, Must, Need, Dare - English grammar | Part- 2 (7) Use of ‘May’ 1. To grant or seek permission formally. ‘May’ is more formal and polite  than ‘can’. For Example :  You  may  leave now. May  I come in, Sir? 2. To express a wish (benediction or malediction) For Example : May  God bless you! May  God curse you! 3. To express a factual possibility: For Example :  The road  may  be blocked today due to the procession. They have started and  may  arrive here any moment. It is cloudy today. It  may  rain. Important Note :  ‘Can’ indicates a theoretical possibility whereas ‘may’ indicates a factual possibility. For Example :  During monsoon, it  can  rain any time. (theoretical  possibility) The sky is overcast, it  may  rain today. (factual  possibility) 3. To express a purpose in a subordinate clause: For Example :  He is building his body so that he  may  join the army. He is working hard so that he  may  pass with good  marks. (8) Use of ‘Might’ 1. To express

Can, could, would, should, shall, will - English grammar | Part- 1

Use of Can, Could, Will, Shall, Would, should Part-1 (1)      Use of ‘Will’ Will is used : 1. To indicate simple futurity or simple future plan when the subject is Pronoun of the second or third person: For Example :  My friend will come tomorrow. You will go to school at 7 a.m. 2. To indicate prediction: For Example :  It will rain tomorrow. 3. To express future intentions that are decided at the time of speaking (offer, promise,decision,determination,threat,willingness) when the subject is Pronoun of the First Person: For Example :  Since you are very tired, I will do the dishes. (Offer) I will lend you some money. (Promise) I will wear my orange shirt. (Decision) I will complete the task by 6 p.m. (Determination) I will teach you a lesson. (Threat) I will do the washing-up. (Willingness) 4. To express a  request, invitation or order  in yes/no question with ‘you’ as subject: For Example :  Will you please accompany me home? (Request) Will you shut up? (Order) Will you have a cup of

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