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Quiz: Which of these is grammatically correct?

Last updated on: November 20, 2014 18:28 IST

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Myself Mahesh Mistry' or 'My name is Mahesh Mistry'

'Whose book is that?' or 'Who's book is that?'

Which of these above sentences is grammatically correct?

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English Quiz: Pick the correct sentence

1. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) I was stuck in traffic.
2) I was struck in traffic.
3) I was stuck up in traffic.

 

2. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) Anyways, he's not coming to office.
2) Anyway, he's not coming to office.
3) Anyway, he will be not coming to office.

 

3. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) She'll return back the book tomorrow.
2) She'll return the book tomorrow.
3) She'll return off the book tomorrow.

 

4. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) Mahesh and I have been discussing the project.
2) Mahesh and I have been discussing about the project.
3) Mahesh and I have been discussing regarding the project.

 

5. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) What is the difference between this and that shirt?
2) What is the difference between this shirt and that one?
3) The difference between this shirt and that one is what?

 

6. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) You're tired, please try to rest.
2) You're tired, please try and take some rest.
3) You're tired, please have some rest.

 

7. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) Ramesh and Suresh's phones were stolen at the party.
2) Ramesh's and Suresh's phones were stolen at the party.
3) Ramesh and Suresh, both phones were stolen at the party.

 

8. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) I and Deepak will come tomorrow.
2) Deepak and I will come tomorrow.
3) Deepak and myself will come tomorrow.

 

9. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) At the end of the event, everyone was asked to submit their form.
2) At the end of the event, each one was asked to submit their forms.
3) At the end of the event, everyone was asked to submit his/her form.

 

10. Which of these is grammatically correct?
1) The man who's holding a bunch of roses have a car.
2) The man who's holding a bunch of roses has a car.
3) The man who's holding a bunch of roses have cars.

 

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