Spot Grammatically Correct Sentence : Grammar Series

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Direction:-

1. 
a. No sooner did the child saw the dog, it ran away.
b. No sooner did the child see the dog then it ran away.
c. No sooner did the child see the dog than it ran away.
d. No sooner the child saw the dog, it ran away.



2. 
a. He is the man whom met me yesterday.
b. He is a man who met me yesterday.
c. He is the man who met me yesterday.  
d. He the man is who met me yesterday.  


3. 
a. I asked my mother if I can go out with my friend.
b. I asked my mother if I could go out with my friend.
c. I asked my mother whether I could go out with my friend.
d. I asked my mother whether I can go out with my friend.


4. 
a. Had there been no rains, there would had a drought.
b. Had there been no rains, there would had been a drought.
c. Had there been no rains, there would have been a drought.
d. Has there been no rains, there would have been a drought.


5. 
a. I had hardly reached home when it would start raining.
b. Hardly had I reached home then it started raining
c. Hardly had I reached home and it started raining
d. Hardly had I reached home when it started raining


6.
a. As soon as the bell rang, the boys rushed out of the classroom.
b. As soon as the bell rang and the boys rushed out of the classroom.
c. As soon as the bell did ring, the boys rushed out of the classroom.
d. As soon as the bell rang than the boys rushed out of the classroom.


7.
a. He told them that he could not attend the office as he is sick.
b. He told them that he cannot attend the office as he was sick. 
c. He told them that he could not attend the office as he was sick.
d. he told that he might not attend the office as he was sick.


8. 
a. Now that you had deserted me, I shall have nothing to do with you in future.
b. Now that you have deserted me, I shall have nothing to do with you in future.
c. Now that you will have deserted me, I  have nothing to do with you in future.
d. Now that you have deserted me, I  have nothing to do with you in future.


9.
a. The plea for a separate state is too serious a matter to be treated lightly.
b. The plea for a separate state is too serious  matter to be treated lightly.
c.  The plea for a separate state is too serious a matter to  treated lightly.
d.  The plea for a separate state is too serious matter to be treated lightly.


10.
a. Some of the deadly diseases was controlled.
b. Some of the deadly diseases were controlled.
c. Some of the deadly diseases were control.
d. Some of the deadly diseases was control.

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