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Number of Pages: 67
Dimensions: 8.5 inch x 11 inch
[Paper Size: Letter]
Sentence correction worksheets!
Section A: Identify THREE words that need to be removed to make them grammatically correct.
Section B: identify the words that need to be removed to make them grammatically correct.
Section C: Find out which part of the sentence has an error and correct it.
Section D: Correct the mistake(s) printed in bold and underline
In each of the following sentences, identify THREE words that need to be removed to make them grammatically correct.
01. Intelligent people had know how have to learn for from the mistakes.
02. All kinds of promises have are being made to us but never been kept.
03. She has liked loves growing vegetables in with her kitchen garden.
04. We are become unstable when problems disturbing and questions have disturb our consciousness.
05. We are more afraid of what could been be being out there rather than of what is actually would out there.
06. A judge want needs to take decisions fearlessly and would stand up bravely to having all pressures and odds.
07. It is unfortunate how would people could having have become so intolerant towards each other.
08. People say that he might has make a good film director, but should he doesn’t isn’t know if he is.
09. Our immune system does protects our body from harmful germs would that could be make us ill.
10. Success coming in life comes from to setting goals and have working hard towards them.
ANSWERS TO THE EXERCISE:
01. had, have, for [Correct sentence: Intelligent people know how to learn from the mistakes.]
02. have, being, been [Correct sentence: All kinds of promises are made to us but never kept.]
03. has, liked, with [Correct sentence: She loves growing vegetables in her kitchen garden.]
04. are, disturbing, have [Correct sentence: We become unstable when problems and questions disturb our consciousness.]
05. been, being, would [Correct sentence: We are more afraid of what could be out there rather than of what is actually out there.]
06. want, would, having [Correct sentence: A judge needs to take decisions fearlessly and stand up bravely to all pressures and odds.]
07. would, could, having [Correct sentence: It is unfortunate how people have become so intolerant towards each other.]
08. had, should, isn’t [Correct sentence: People say that he might make a good film director, but he doesn’t know if he is.]
09. does, would, be [Correct sentence: Our immune system protects our body from harmful germs that could make us ill.]
10. coming, to, have [Correct sentence: Success in life comes from setting goals and working hard towards them.]