Errors In the Use of Adverbs : English Grammar

Incorrect Correct
Actions sometimes speak loudly than the words. Actions sometimes speak louder than the words.
Please kindly help me in my work. Kindly help me in my work.
We entirely draw out intellectual and cultural heritage from the Mediterranean’s. We draw out intellectual and cultural heritage entirely from the Mediterranean’s.
Of course, you will succeed in your mission. You will certainly succeed in your mission.
Kamlesh is somewhat intelligent for his age. Kamlesh is somewhat more intelligent for his age.
You only are responsible for my misfortunes. Only you are responsible for my misfortunes.
I am quite sorry to hear of your losses. I am very sorry to hear of your losses.
He was here presently. He was here just now.
I am very disturbed to hear that his services have been terminated. I am much disturbed to hear that his services have been terminated.
He was fortunately not hurt. Fortunately, he was not hurt.
We overpowered the culprit at length. At length We overpowered the culprit.
He is very fat that he cannot walk fast. He is so fat that he cannot walk fast.
This is the same shirt which I bought yesterday. This is the same shirt I bought yesterday.
I scarcely go to the pictures. I rarely go to the pictures.
I have not heard from my son for long. I have not heard from my son since long.
Firstly, he insulted me; secondly, he asked me to leave his room at once. First he insulted me; then he asked me to leave his room at once.
She is too beautiful. She is very beautiful.
I am too glad to see you looking so well. I am very glad to see you looking so well.
I am very interested in the deal. I am much interested in the deal.
This story is much amusing. This story is very amusing.
The patient is very better today. The patient is much better today.

Join 40,000+ readers and get free notes in your email

0 comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for commenting. It's very difficult to answer every query here, it's better to post your query on IBPSToday.com