1st PUC English Workbook Answers Articulation Correction of Sentences

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Karnataka 1st PUC English Workbook Answers Articulation Correction of Sentences

Identify the mistake sin the following sentences and correct them.

I. Articles:

1. This is a best thing to do
This is the best thing to do.

2. You can fool some people all a time, but not everyone.
You can fool some people all the time, but not everyone.

3. The huts were already occupied by a jungle lords
The huts were already occupied by the jungle lords.

4. The old woman reduced a self esteem of the speaker.
The old woman reduced the self esteem of the speaker.

5. An European came to visit India.
A European came to visit India.

6. This is the story of a unusual medicinal creeper.
This is the story of an unusual medicinal creeper.

II. Prepositions:

1. The pinheaded duck is the resident in the swampy forest.
The pinheaded duck is in the resident in the swampy forest.

2. I have another piece of work to you
I have another piece of work for you.

3. The huts are already occupied from the jungle lords.
The huts are already occupied in the jungle lords.

4. I am protecting my delicate skin by the hailstorm.
I am protecting my delicate skin from the hailstorm.

III. Subject verb agreement:

1. Children is still sleeping in the hut.
Children are still sleeping in the hut.

2. On the face of it, this does not seems an impossible task.
On the face of it,this does not seem an impossible task.

3. Habitat destruction are the primary reason for the disappearance of our wild life.
Habitat destruction is the primary reason for the disappearance of our wild life.

4. This were the result of large-scale clearing of the forests.
This is the result of large-scale clearing of the forests.

5. The world have more evil than good.
The world has more evil than good.

6. You is wondering around far away from home.
You are wondering around far away from home.

7. Someone have picked my pocket and taken away my wallet.
Someone has picked my pocket and taken away my wallet.

IV. Word order:

1. When he had met his friend?
When had he met his friend?

2. Where the fruits are?
Where are the fruits?

3. Why he has taken my book?
Why has he taken my book?

4. I have not told you to keep away from here?
Have I not told you to keep away from here?

5. Which way he went?
Which way did he go?

6. Where he is now?
Where is he now?

7. What you command it?
What is your command?

8. You are jealous that the Goddess comes to me rather than you in dream?
Are you jealous that the goddess comes to me rather than you in dream?

V. Redundancy:

1. The cricket team returned back to India yesterday.
The cricket team returned to India yesterday.

2. I get up at 6 a.m in the morning.
I get up at 6 in the morning.

3. Man is more better than animals.
Man is better than animals.

4. He is my most best friend.
He is my best friend.

VI. Wrong use of words:

1. I am reading a new poetry
I am reading a new poem.

2. My hairs are black.
My hair is black.

3. He took his sheeps to graze.
He took his sheep to graze.

4. The teacher gave me good advise.
The teacher gave good advice

5. The thiefs escaped before the police arrived.
The thief escaped before the police arrived.

6. The childrens were weeping. There mothers pacified them.
The children were weeping, their mothers pacified them

VII. Tense:

1. I am thanking you for your help.
I thank you for your help.

2. The pen is belonging to me.
The pen belongs to me.

3. The lady is resembling her mother.
The lady resembles her mother.

4. She is liking sweets.
She likes sweets

5. My friend drunk milk.
My friend drank milk

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