Monday, 25 March 2019

English Grammar Check: Common Errors in Adjectives(#englishgrammar)(#eduvictors)

English Grammar Check
Common Errors in Adjectives

English Grammar Check: Common Errors in Adjectives(#englishgrammar)(#eduvictors)

Qualifying words known as adjectives. 

Following sentences have adjective related errors. Identify the error(s) and write the correct sentence.

1. I have any milk.

2. He is wiser than his brother.

3. He is wiser than shrewd.

4. Any Ms Nitika is waiting for you.

5. My sister is elder than me.



6. He did not give me some milk.

7. I have no any money.

8. The speed of this car is greater than the old one.

9. He has much money.

10. He wants an another chair.

11. He is better than any student of his class.

12. This is highest mountain.

13. Any other girl in that family is as good as as Anju.

14. The minster became tough and tough.

15. The flowers smell sweetly.



Answer:
1. any ----> some

2. He is more wiser than his brother.
   (Note: If a single quality is used between two persons, more or most are used. )

3. He is more wise than shrewd.
   (Note: When two qualities of a single person or a single thing are compared MORE is used with first adjective, even if it is a single syllabled word.)

4. Some Ms Nikita is waiting for you.

5. My sister is elder to me.

6. some ---> any

7. I have not any money.

8. The speed of this car is greater than that of the old one.

9. He has a lot of / plenty of money.

10. He wants another chair.

11. He is better than any other student of his class.

12. This is the highest mountain.

13. No other girl in that family is as good as as Anju.

14. The minister became tougher and tougher.

15. The flowers smell sweet.

☛See Also:
Parts of Speech Online Quiz
Nouns Online Quiz 
Pronouns Online Quiz
Nouns Quiz on Animals and Birds Cries  or  (Online Quiz)
Plurals with Different Meanings
Comparative Idioms
Colours in Idioms
Numbers in Idioms
Jumbled Up Sentences (Set-1)
Jumbled Up sentences (Set-2)
Jumbled Up Sentences (Set-3)
English Grammar (Quiz on Verbs and Tenses)
Online Quiz on Tenses 
Tenses Worksheet

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