ISC Grammar exercise 3

Grammar exercise 

Some of the sentences below might have grammar errors. Correct them.

  1. In summer, wherever you will go in Uttar Pradesh, you will find luscious mangoes.
  2. The disciple told his Guru, “I will go, wherever you will go.”
  3. As soon as I will arrive, I will phone you.”
  4. My father had told me, “You will find all the schools will be closed tomorrow.”
  5. After we’ve sold the car, we will be going to commute to our office by public transport.
  6. In a really free country like India, you could say anything that you would want to.
  7. The husband would never do anything that made his wife unhappy.
  8. It would be nice if she asks before she borrowed things.
  9. In a perfect world, you would be able to say what you think.
  10. I would always try to help anybody who was in trouble, whether I knew them or not.

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ANSWERS..

  1. In summer, wherever you will go in Uttar Pradesh, you will find luscious mangoes.

Corrected.  In summer, wherever you will go in Uttar Pradesh, you find luscious mangoes.  (Omit ‘will’.)

 

  1. The disciple told his Guru, “I will go, wherever you will go”

Corrected .. The disciple told his Guru, “I will go, wherever you go.” (Omit ‘will’.)

  1. As soon as I will arrive, I will phone you.”

Corrected ..  As soon as I arrive, I will phone you.”  (Omit ‘will’.)

 

  1. My father had told me, “You will find all the schools will be closed tomorrow.”

Corrected .. My father had told me, “You will find all the schools are closed tomorrow.”   (Put ‘are’ in place of ‘will be’.)

  1. After we’ve sold the car, we will be going to commute to our office by public transport.

Corrected …  After we’ve sold the car, we are going to commute to our office by public transport.   (Put ‘are’ in place of ‘will be’.)

  1. In a really free country like India, you could say anything that you would want

Corrected…  In a really free country like India, you could say anything that you wanted to.  (Put ‘wanted’ in place of ‘would want’.)

  1. The husband would never do anything that made his wife unhappy. No change.
  2. It would be nice if she asks before she borrowed things.

Correct .. It would be nice if she asked before she borrowed things. (Put ‘asked’ in place of ‘asks’.)

  1. In a perfect world, you would be able to say what you think. No change.
  2. I would always try to help anybody who was in trouble, whether I knew them or not. No change.
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