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English Quiz: Can you choose the right sentence?

Last updated on: June 27, 2014 23:50 IST

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In an online quiz with readers, Andrew Brown offered tips on how to speak correct English.

It is not uncommon for most of us to be influenced by our regional language while communicating in English.

The last time, we told you about the 10 classic Indianisms that are just so wrong!

For the benefit of our readers, we'd organised an online English quiz with Andrew Brownprogramme director, Kings Learning to help you improve your English skills.

For those who missed the session, we reproduce the quiz here.

Pick the correct option for each of these questions and check your final score at the end of the slideshow.

Are you ready for the quiz?

Question 1. Which sentence is best?
A. Can I know the problem?
B. Can you tell to me what is the problem?
C. Can you tell me what the problem is?
D. Can you know me the problem?

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Question 2. Which sentence is best?
A. I did not got that.
B. I did not get that.
C. I did not getting that.
D. I did not got this.

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Question 3: Which sentence is best?
A. My team members will mind that.
B. My team members will have a problem with that.
C. My team members will mind their businesses.
D. My team members will mind with that.

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Question 4. Which sentence is best?
A. She said that she will come on time.
B. She was saying she will come on time.
C. She was saying she comes on time.
D. She said she will coming on time.

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Question 5. Which sentence is best?
A. I have many works to do.
B. I have a lot of work to do.
C. I have a lot of works to do.
D. I have many work to do.

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Question 6. Which sentence is best?
A. We reached to that place.
B. We reaching that place.
C. We reached that place.
D. We reached to place.

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Question 7. Which sentence is best?
A. Something and all, he was telling me.
B. A lot of things, he was telling me.
C. He said a lot of things to me.
D. Something and all, he said to me.

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Question 8. Which sentence is best?
A. Today morning , I got late to work.
B. Today morning I was late to work.
C. This morning, I got late to work.
D. I got to work late this morning.

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Question 9. Which sentence is best?
A. He is very much positive in his approach.
B. He is very positive in his approach.
C. He is too much positive in his approach.
D. He is too very positive in his approach.

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Question 10. Which sentence is best?
A. We are from Bangalore itself.
B. We are coming from Bangalore.
C. We are coming from Bangalore itself.
D. We are from Bangalore.



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