Test your grammar – Exercise 2

Point out which of the following sentences are right and which ones are wrong.

  1. Like her predecessor, Radhika enthralled the audience.
  2.  Like her predecessor did, Radhika enthralled the audience.
  3.  As her predecessor did, Radhika enthralled the audience.

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  1. Gopal’s essay, like his brother, is florid and verbose.
  2. Gopal’s essay, like his brother’s is. florid and verbose.
  3. Gopal’s essay, like that of his brother, is florid and verbose.
  4. Gopal, like his brother, writes florid  and verbose.

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  1. Raj Kapoor’s films, which rose to new heights in the box office, could, however, not equal Dilip Kumar.
  2. Raj Kapoor’s films, which rose to new heights in the box office, could, however, not equal Dilip Kumar’s.
  3. I like doing Physics experiments more than I enjoy dissecting frogs in Biology laboratory.
  4. I like doing Physics experiments more than dissecting frogs in biology laboratory.

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  1. Whereas I run five kilometers every morning, my younger brother runs just two kilometers..
  2. I sing more songs every day than my friend.
  3. I swim as fast now as (I swum) when I was younger.
  4. Vivek eats more chapatis now, than Dosas.

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