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How do you correct the following sentence?

How do you correct the following sentence?

Correct the following sentences

  1. I have seen him yesterday.
  2. We had gone to the movies last night.
  3. I had spoken to them about my holiday.
  4. You must attend your teacher’s instructions.
  5. The hen has lain six eggs.
  6. I have seen him a moment ago.
  7. They discussed about the whole matter.
  8. We are playing tennis every day.

Is it correct to say which?

Good question! The answer to this is that it depends. If the subject is singular, then we need “which is”, but if it is plural, then “which are” is correct.

Is there is no grammatically correct?

There are no has to be followed by a plural. There is no has to be followed by a singular. There is no is used with uncountable nouns too, of course, because they are always singular.

Where are my luggage correct the sentence?

“Where is your luggage?” makes more sense. Luggage does not have a plural form and can be addressed as one single thing. If you expressed luggage as, for example, a suitcase, then 2. would be correct.

Is it grammatically correct to say me and my friend?

5 Answers. The difference between “I and my friends” and “my friends and I” is purely a matter of courtesy – they are both grammatically correct. I would tend to stick to the latter though, as it a) is more commonplace, b) is considered more polite, c) seems to flow better.

Are both of them correct?

“Both of them are correct” is right if you’re referring to two things. “Both of them is correct” is right if you’re choosing “Both of them” over some other phrase. In this unlikely case “both of them” is singular.

Is Don T proper English?

Don’t is a contraction of do not, while doesn’t is a contraction of does not, and they both act as auxiliary verbs. In English, don’t is used when speaking in the first and second person plural and singular and the third person plural (“I,” “you,” “we,” and “they”).

Is no different proper English?

No difference is a noun phrase, whereas no different is an adjective phrase. Compare: This candidate’s agenda is no different from that one’s. There is no difference between the agenda of the two candidates.

Do you believe doctors don’t know what’s wrong?

While the problems described below exist in all models of care, they’re far less prevalent in direct primary care, especially here at ImagineMD where our physicians are specifically trained to avoid them. Believing a wacky idea isn’t wacky in and of itself. Believing a wacky idea without proof, however, most certainly is.

Is it psychosomatic if your doctor doesn’t know the reason?

Just because your doctor doesn’t know the physical reason your wrist started hurting today doesn’t mean the pain is psychosomatic.

Is it normal for a doctor to ignore your symptoms?

That a doctor may ignore or dismiss your symptoms unconsciously (as I did with my first-ever patient) is no excuse for doing so. Just which of the above approaches a doctor will take when confronted with symptoms he or she can’t figure out is determined both by his or her biases and life-condition—and all doctors struggle with both.

Do you have to be a doctor to know novice thinking?

In order to do this, you first need to know how doctors are trained to think. Medical students typically employ what’s called “novice” thinking when trying to figure out a diagnosis.

Is the Dr.Phil Show a good doctor?

The good doctor may have some skeletons in his closet, to say the least, but most central to any review of Dr. Phil’s $70 million business is the real question: Is he a good doctor? Well first of all he’s not a medical doctor nor a licensed therapist.

Is the word neither always paired with nor?

Either is always paired with or, and neither is always paired with nor.

Do you use either, neither, or nor correctly?

If you prefer to use a negative, then you want to use either. Jay had seen neither the snake nor the wasp’s nest on the next tree, and was preparing to stake his tarp in that less-than-safe location. Jay had not seen either the snake or the wasp’s nest on the next tree, and was preparing to stake his tarp in that less-than-safe location.

Who was able to help neither Carol or Kim?

Neither Jackie nor Sandy were able to help their friend Kim solving her problem. Neither Jackie nor Sandy were able to help their friend Kim solve her problem. Neither Jackie nor Sandy were able to help their friends Kim and Carol solve either of their problems. I have not seen that boy. Neither at home nor at school.